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From key educational policies and prominent local election races to the ripple effects of Superstorm Sandy and the Connecticut school shooting, Gotham Gazette continued to report on the issues that
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Round and round it goes.
A number of our pundits made some big bets last year, pushing all their chips into the center of the table, only
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Congressional candidates David Weprin and Bob Turner faced a raucous crowd at a debate in Howatrd Beach last week.
In May, Democrats pulled off a major upset in
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Barnard College put a greenhouse on one of its campus buildings several years ago. A bill passed by City Council yesterday aims to encourage more rooftop
Last Updated (Monday, June 03, 2013 03:58 PM)
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In a change from the original design, hundreds of trees will create a canopy of leaves on the plaza of the National September 11th Memorial.
Michael Arad, who
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo marches in the Puerto Rican Day parade.
To a number of advocates and lawmakers, the end of legislative session this week
Last Updated (Monday, June 03, 2013 03:09 PM)
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Yesterday Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced his 'People First Tour' to rally support for his legislative agenda.
With 19 days left in the legislative session
Last Updated (Monday, June 03, 2013 03:02 PM)
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Disco Pop Concrete Jungle Hip Hop by Matt Trumino, with references to the Bronx, was shown at the Longwood Art Gallery in 2006.
Artist and educator Hatuey