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Attorneys, Politicians and a Bitcoin Entrepreneur: The 23 People Running for Public Advocate A whopping 23 people are running for New York City public advocate, including a bitcoin entrepreneur who is known for heckling Mayor de Blasio.
A 32-Year Journey to Hell’s Kitchen MCC Theater, an influential but itinerant Off Broadway nonprofit, has finally found a home.
A Subway to Staten Island? How a Transit Dream Died Deep under the New York Bay near Brooklyn, there is the start of a tunnel with the potential to change the lives of thousands of New York City commuters. So…
A Museum for K.G.B. Aficionados? Da! The new K.G.B. Spy Museum houses artifacts that tell the story of the rise of the Soviet Union’s intelligence agency.
New York Finally Passed a Ban on ‘Conversion Therapy’ After Years-Long Efforts As other jurisdictions approved laws barring mental health professionals from working to change a minor’s sexual orientation, the state’s attempts languished.
Metropolitan Diary: ‘We Decided to Meet for a Drink Near Her Office One Friday Night After Work’ On the way to the Rainbow Room, a surprise at the movies and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s…
Blackface Video Has Elite New York Private School in an Uproar Students and parents are angered at administrators at Poly Prep Country Day School for the school’s reaction to a video of two students in blackface making racist gestures.
At El Chapo Trial, a Potential Star Witness: El Chapo If Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the drug kingpin known as El Chapo, testifies, it would a remarkable moment in a trial already filled with stunning developments.
Grace Notes: Two New Jobs, One Mission: Fighting the Trump Administration Julie Menin brought the Grammys to New York. But now she is overseeing the city’s role in the 2020 census and defending it against federal actions.
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Expands Residencies and Announces Recipients The “Extended Life” program has been expanded thanks to a large grant from the Mellon Foundation.
Harvey Weinstein Is on the Market for a ‘Dream Team’ Defense The Hollywood producer and his lawyer parted ways last week. Now Mr. Weinstein is searching for top litigators to defend him against rape charges in May.
Drama Book Shop Hosts Its Final Event Before Closing On Friday, as the beloved store’s shelves approached emptiness before it relocates, it brought in the playwrights Annie Baker and Amy Herzog for a reading.
Long Island mom arrested for telling cops fake kidnap story A Hempstead, Long Island, mother has been arrested for concocting a kidnapping story for police as a cover for an injury suffered by her little boy, WPIX reported Saturday. Jeymi…
Handcuffed perp escapes police custody in Brooklyn Cops were hunting Saturday night for a handcuffed prisoner who slipped out of custody near the Brooklyn House of Detention. The prisoner, identified by cops as Jose, Bisono, 31, bolted from police at…