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It’s been a long, hard year for businesses. But you don’t need to hear that from us. But how bad is it? That was the question the city’s planning department hoped to answer, exploring 24 corridors in the city — including Kingsbridge. more
A simple trip to the bank might not seem like much — a quick withdrawl from the ATM or cashing a check is a day-to-day-occurrence, and many customers do a lot of that without ever seeing a bank teller. more
Like how birds’ return to the American northeast each spring spells the end of winter, it wasn’t a stretch to believe the return of speed bumps to Independence Avenue would herald the end of drag racing in the surrounding neighborhood. But apparently that wasn’t the case. more
A woman refusing to give up her property to a would-be thief found herself rushed to the hospital. more
Five minutes. No more, no less. Read the prompt, then write down anything and everything that comes to mind. Don’t worry about grammar, punctuation or crafting a complex plot arc. Just write. more
Miriam Levine Helbok wrote her first letter convincing a total stranger to get out and vote on Sept. 21, 2019. A year later, she’s followed that up with nearly 5,000 more. more
New Yorkers are used to voting in-person on Election Day because, until last year, it was the only way most of us ever voted. more
I recently learned about a smallpox scare that occurred in New York City in March 1947. more
That’s the findings recently announced by city council Speaker Corey Johnson and his education chair, Councilman Mark Treyger, after a study of remote class attendance since the start of the academic year. more
In a number of recent letters to this paper from people like Isaac Geld, Ron Wegsman and Charles Moerdler, a tone is expressed — sometimes directly, sometimes indirectly — concerning anti-Israel statements. more
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