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‘El Chapo’ Guzmán Sentenced to Life in Prison, Ending Notorious Criminal Career He sent hundreds of tons of drugs to the United States from Mexico and caused the brutal deaths of dozens of people.
6 Years Later, Citi Bike Comes to the Bronx. (What Took So Long?) The bike-share program has long been criticized for catering to wealthy New Yorkers.
Woodstock 50 Has No Venue, 30 Days Before It’s Supposed to Start The anniversary festival’s organizers were dealt another setback when town officials in Vernon, N.Y., rejected their appeal for permits.
The Sweet Hallmark of an Indian Celebration As a child, the cookbook author Hetal Vasavada longed for American cookies and cakes, but her family made burfi — ambrosial confections — instead.
How We Reported on the Blackout in Manhattan The scramble to get information and mobilize editors and reporters, as it played out in real-time internal messages.
Dine at Maxim’s Without Leaving New York City Black Tap in Herald Square, a food court at the New York State Fair, and more restaurant news.
Thai Box Lunches on the Lower East Side Little Wayla, from the owners of Wayla, serves favorites like massaman curry and chicken larb.
Born in the Pyrenees, Bred in New York Mistoa is a new cheese, made with sheep and goat milks, inspired by a Basque favorite and aged in Queens.
Landlords Strike Back, Suing to Dismantle Rent Regulation System Following new rent laws passed in Albany, real estate groups filed a lawsuit arguing that rent regulations are unconstitutional.
‘Waitress’ to Close in January 2020 The crowd-pleasing musical, with its popular score by Sara Bareilles, will wrap up after four years on Broadway.
Jack Viertel Stepping Down at Encores! After 20 Years as Leader A tenure that included 60 concert presentations of classic shows and led to several Broadway productions will conclude with “Thoroughly Modern Millie.”
‘The D.O.J. Has Failed Us’: Eric Garner’s Family Assails Prosecutors Elected officials and civil rights activists also expressed dismay at the decision not to pursue federal charges against a police officer.
Eric Garner’s Death Will Not Lead to Federal Charges for N.Y.P.D. Officer The decision came five years after Mr. Garner’s dying words — “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry.
Wrangling Begins in Queens D.A. Recount, Recalling Florida Intrigue in 2000 Only 16 votes separate the top two candidates in the race, which has national implications.