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A Brooklyn Landmark Holds Its Head High Again

Lewis introduced the restaurant’s diners to her style of Black Southern cooking — nuanced, seasonal and deeply particular about freshness.…

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How the Virus Unraveled Hispanic American Families

To a wide circle of friends and family, Jesse Ruby was the go-to guy. The father who would drop everything…

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Candidates’ Blueprints for Easing the Housing Crisis

The context Even before the pandemic, about half of the city’s households spent more than 30 percent of their income…

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With Cuomo Weakened, N.Y. Lawmakers End Session With Flex of Power

“It was a different dynamic, but it was productive nonetheless,” said Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz, a Democrat from Queens. “We passed…

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Long-Buried Secrets: The Serial Killer and the Detective

The inmate made it clear that pressure would not work. “‘Don’t think you’re going to mess with me and I’m…

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This is the Summer the Youth Own New York

For decades, certain corners of the city were so smoothed by money they seemed off-limits to those just starting out…

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Juilliard Students Protest Tuition Increase With Marches and Music

The Juilliard School, one of the world’s leading performing arts conservatories, is better known for recitals than picket lines. But…

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Herb Sturz, a Quiet Force in the Life of New York City, Dies at 90

Traveling in Europe, he met Elizabeth Lyttleton, with whom he wrote a well-reviewed novel about Spain, “Reapers of the Storm”…

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They Fought to Make ‘In the Heights’ Both Dreamlike and Authentic

Lin-Manuel Miranda still believes it was a miracle that “In the Heights,” the musical homage to Latino culture through the…

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Finally Making It to Manhattan

But how long will Manhattan rental prices remain where they are, with employers calling workers back to the office, schools…

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