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Once upon a time, kids devoured egg creams whipped up in luncheonettes, as if it was written right out of an “Archie” comic book. more
A woman checking out a thrift shop in Kingsbridge may have been so enthralled by the offerings, she momentarily forgot about stuff she owned. more
Bicycle enthusiasts and carbon footprint-conscious commuters have joined forces to take on a common threat— the 19-month closing of the pedestrian access to the Henry Hudson Bridge. more
A cherished piece of Spuyten Duyvil’s past could be in jeopardy. And while the Villa Rosa Bonheur might not be completely obliterated, it could be fundamentally changed. more
Van Cortlandt Park is home to acres of greenery, America’s first public golf course, and the unmarked burial ground of slaves and settlers. more
Before there were buildings, roads and hundreds of thousands of people, there was Tibbetts Brook. Its marshes and wetlands stretched from what is now a park in Yonkers to Spuyten Duyvil Creek. more
For some New Yorkers, water knowledge can sometimes be a mystery. more
Yetta Lazri pours her soul into running her salon. Yet, showing up to work at a shopping strip dotted with empty storefronts can be downright demoralizing. more
In a sprawling borough blanketed by parkland, maintaining all that green space is no small task. So it may come as no surprise that parts of Van Cortlandt Park — or smaller ones like Spuyten Duyvil’s Ewen and Shorefront — look a little rough around the edges. more
Gardening may be a fun pastime for some people, but for Rita Freed, it has far more importance. more
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