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In the last months, homeless advocates and city officials have seen an array of steps forward - and back
Last Updated (Tuesday, August 26, 2014 01:44 PM)
Photo (cc) Mr. 119th StreetHousing in New York is so expensive partly due to building expenses.
Even as the housing market falters in much of the nation, houses and apartments in
Photo by Joe Woolhead, courtesy of WTC Documentary Arts Project
On the seventh anniversary of 9/11, the public hand-wringing about delays in the rebuilding effort offers yet the latest evidence that
The burst of cool air aimed at luring impulse buyers off of city streets will now come with a cost.
The City Council approved legislation Thursday that would fine businesses for
Last Updated (Tuesday, August 26, 2014 01:45 PM)
Map courtesy of Jim Manning's Our Old NeighborhoodA 1950s snapshot from the heyday of the Bronx Beach and Pool Club, now closed.
Touring the Urban Riviera:An audio slide show of New
Photo by Gail RobinsonAbove, participants in last month's Mermaid Parade pay homage to Coney Island landmarks.
In a city with its share of eccentrics, Coney Island's annual Mermaid Parade is like
Photo (cc) Joe Gratz
Question: Why it is safer to be accused of a crime and face prison, than to be a tenant facing eviction?
Answer: Because all criminal defendants have a
Photo (cc) Richard Alexander CaraballoPublic housing in the New York, home to over 400,000 people, faces rising costs and federal cutbacks. Should the city step in?
Public housing that works is
This is part of a series of articles on the issues and candidates in the city's 2008 elections for state legislature and other offices. These stories, along with maps, links
Photo (c) Susan Sermoneta
In Washington Heights, street vendors flourish, as do small stores and restaurants.
With its four Tony Awards, including the one for best musical, "In the Heights" has not