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April 20, 2013 Spring migration is getting underway in New York with more than 200 different species of birds swooping into the city on their journey north. It's a busy time for Bronx-born Dr. Robert DeCandido, aka Birding Bob, one of the nation's
A taste of the Big Apple For the first time in four decades, New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, which last year attracted 6.28 million visitors, will open seven days a week, starting in July...The extended hours will apply to the museum's main
Queens is discriminated against on an almost daily basis, Councilman Peter Vallone told Politicker last week at Dark Horse, a restaurant near his City Council office. Things happen to Queens that would never happen to another borough, he said,
Nearly four weeks since school bus drivers and matrons walked off the job over a dispute involving new bus contracts, striking bus employees are marching across the Brooklyn Bridge to rally in City Hall Park. Members of Amalgamated Transit Union
Borough President Scott Stringer outlined plans for a storm barrier on the Lower East Side on Thursday evening. In his final State of the Borough speech, Stringer described the devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy while presenting plans for the
In his final State of the Borough Address Thursday night, Manhattan Borough President Stringer revealed a comprehensive plan for the city to improve life by the shore while protecting the city from the next hurricane. The East River Blueway Project
Storm's Toll Creeps Inland, 4 Feet at a Time Julie Glassberg for The New York Times Manuel Medina sets up bait in a basement in Chinatown. He said the city's rat problem had gotten worse, because of construction and poorly stored garbage. Published:
The Brooklyn Nets unveil a team app presented by the tastytrade Financial Network. February 01, 2013 Barclays Center has launched an app that enhances the overall fan experience through groundbreaking technology. The Barclays Center app is
Updated: Sunday, January 27, 2013, 6:00 AM Alan Camuto Peter Kokis dressed as Brooklyn Ironhide; the costume weighs 164 pounds. While most see a toilet seat, toothbrush holder or doorstop for what they are, Peter Kokis envisions his next robot.
Former Times nightlife reporter Sarah Maslin Nir covered a modest anti-gun protest march over the Brooklyn Bridge for Tuesday's New York Times Metro section: " Marchers Urging Stricter Gun-Control Laws Take to the Brooklyn Bridge ." The text box: "