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Federal Government Does Not ♥ Cuomo’s ‘I ♥ NY’ Signs

Federal Government Does Not ♥ Cuomo’s ‘I ♥ NY’ Signs

The Federal Highway Administration has given New York State until Sept. 30 to alter or remove its blue tourism signs or face a $14 million cut in federal funding.

After Cyclists Died, Safer Crosstown Bike Lanes Are Planned for Midtown Manhattan

After Cyclists Died, Safer Crosstown Bike Lanes Are Planned for Midtown Manhattan

New York City officials are moving to install the first protected bike lanes that would run nearly the width of Manhattan, from the East River to the Hudson River.

The Elegant Relic of Restaurant Row

The Elegant Relic of Restaurant Row

In the era of Apple Pay, the 1912 brass cash register behind the bar at Barbetta still springs open.

In Bryant Park, 3 Million Bees, Sold From the Back of a Truck

In Bryant Park, 3 Million Bees, Sold From the Back of a Truck

Three million bees were delivered to Bryant Park in Manhattan on Friday, most for sale but some for the park’s apiary.

How Thomas Page McBee, Questioner of Masculinity, Spends His Sundays

How Thomas Page McBee, Questioner of Masculinity, Spends His Sundays

Thomas Page McBee,with Jessica Bloom, his wife, and one of their dogs, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Did Robert Durst Kill His Wife? An Investigator’s Letter May Shed Light

Did Robert Durst Kill His Wife? An Investigator’s Letter May Shed Light

Robert A. Durst at a hearing in Los Angeles in December 2016. A former investigator called him “a wonderful liar.”

She’s Trying to Pull an Ocasio-Cortez. Her Target: Pete King.

She’s Trying to Pull an Ocasio-Cortez. Her Target: Pete King.

Liuba Grechen Shirley, center, a Democratic newcomer, is challenging the Republican Peter T. King, who has represented Long Islanders in Congress for 25 years.

Tracing the Origins of a Revolutionary War Spy Ring on Long Island

Tracing the Origins of a Revolutionary War Spy Ring on Long Island

Raynham Hall in Oyster Bay, which was the home of a lead spy, Robert Townsend. It has been a museum since the 1950s.

‘Coywolf’ Sightings Grip a Rural New York Community

‘Coywolf’ Sightings Grip a Rural New York Community

In rural Clarkstown, N.Y., residents have spotted large, wolflike coyotes that they have taken to calling “coywolves.”

Music Therapy Offers an End-of-Life Grace Note

Music Therapy Offers an End-of-Life Grace Note

Beverly Herzog, 90, singing with Kaitlyn Kelly, a music therapist, during a session at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale in the Bronx last month.

New York Detective Guilty of Lying About Drug Arrest

New York Detective Guilty of Lying About Drug Arrest

Detective Kevin Desormeau (right, with his partner, Sasha Neve) was convicted of perjury on Wednesday. Detective Neve was found guilty of official misconduct, but the judge threw out her conviction.

Barbara Underwood Approved as State Attorney General; First Woman to Hold Post

Barbara Underwood Approved as State Attorney General; First Woman to Hold Post

“I believe this job, at this moment in history, is the most important job I have ever had,” Barbara D. Underwood said after she was confirmed as New York State attorney general in Albany on Tuesday.

The Knicks Make It to the Finals — in an Alternate Reality

The Knicks Make It to the Finals — in an Alternate Reality

A recent N.B.A. 2K game between the New York Knicks and the Washington Wizards. The new esports league is a joint venture between the N.B.A. and the game developer Take-Two.

Congestion Pricing Plan for Manhattan Ran Into Politics. Politics Won.

Congestion Pricing Plan for Manhattan Ran Into Politics. Politics Won.

“It was a massive effort that didn’t work — and couldn’t work — because of the unalterable opposition of legislators in the outer boroughs and suburban areas,” Douglas Muzzio, a Baruch College professor, said about the congestion pricing plan that died in Albany.

Review: At Penguin Rep Theater, Lonely Neighbors Bust a Move

Review: At Penguin Rep Theater, Lonely Neighbors Bust a Move

Matthew Schmidt, as Ever Montgomery, and Kathleen Wise, as Senga Quinn, in Mark St. Germain’s “Dancing Lessons,” at Penguin Rep Theater.

Squirrel & the Bee in Short Hills Draws Those Gluten-Free and Not

Squirrel & the Bee in Short Hills Draws Those Gluten-Free and Not

Squirrel & the Bee, a gluten- and grain-free cafe, opened 18 months ago.


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