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Daniel Reynolds likes to take his work home with him, and by home, he probably really means a nearby park. more
It only takes a few minutes, and it could change not only the lives of New Yorkers, but also those living along the Gulf Coast in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. more
Abdullah Abid spends his classroom time not at a school in the Bronx, but instead at an elite specialized institution, Stuyvesant High School, off Chambers Street in lower Manhattan. more
It was just after 1 on a Friday afternoon when worshippers started filing into a nearly empty room inside the Episcopal Church of the Mediator. more
How do you win a $10,000 scholarship? All 16-year-old Vera Zarubin had to do was demonstrate how to harness the heat generated by a device like a smartphone and turn that waste energy into electricity. more
A new tenant is about to move into the 5740 Broadway shopping center. more
Summer is coming to a close, but the threat from the mosquito-borne illness West Nile virus is still quite potent. more
His mission is to stop a transitional housing facility for the homeless from opening at 5731 Broadway, and with time running short, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz has one more trick up his sleeve. more
With more than 650,000 potential members and growing in the Bronx alone, Netflix might have a big competitor for its online streaming service. And it’s coming from the most unlikely place — the library. more
It’s finally a done deal. The New York Public Library finalized a deal Aug. 16 to purchase the land and vacant building for the Van Cortlandt Village branch at 3882 Cannon Place. more
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