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Mapping NYC's underground infrastructure

CrainsNewYork.com (Economy) 10/17 9:10A
On the surface, New York City's infrastructure gleams brightly. Investor dollars are flowing, with many megaprojects completed, underway or planned. New York state is...
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Mapping NYC's underground infrastructure

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 10/17 9:00A
On the surface, New York City's infrastructure gleams brightly. Investor dollars are flowing, with many megaprojects completed, underway or planned. New York state is...

Another man is arrested in probe of Giuliani associates

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 10/16 10:59A
A Florida man wanted in a campaign finance case involving associates of Rudy Giuliani is in federal custody after flying Wednesday to Kennedy Airport in New York City to turn...

Foods, drinks still sold with CBD in city, despite ban

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 10/14 10:56A
Food and drink are still being sold with CBD in New York City, months after health officials banned restaurants and cafes from selling edibles spiked with or accompanied by...

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NYC Banished Cars for Buses — Your City Can, Too!

StreetsBlog.org 10/17 5:43A Aaron Short
New York’s wildly successful experiment banning cars on a crosstown thoroughfare shows that cities don’t need to dither for years over dedicated bus lanes. The new 14th Street Busway has won over...

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Overnight Chocolate-Hazelnut Breakfast Buns

Serious Eats (Recipes) 10/17 2:58A Stella Parks
If you've tried our overnight cinnamon rolls , the dough for these breakfast buns will be familiar. But the experience itself will be all new, thanks to a filling of homemade Nutella , made from dark...

27 Hit Harlem Restaurants to Try

Eater NY 10/16 7:04A Dana Givens
Black-eyed peas salad and sweet potato and black-eyed pea stew at Teranga | Alex Staniloff/Eater From the soul food the neighborhood has become known for to Michelin-starred sushi Harlem is a...

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Mapping NYC's underground infrastructure

CrainsNewYork.com (Retail & Apparel) 10/17 9:03A
On the surface, New York City's infrastructure gleams brightly. Investor dollars are flowing, with many megaprojects completed, underway or planned. New York state is...

This art installation brings Swiss mountains to Miami

NYPost.com (Fashion) 10/17 2:45A Laurie Kahle
As an Art Basel associate partner since 2013, Audemars Piguet has devoted years to supporting the arts around the globe. For this year’s Art Basel events in Hong Kong,...

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Mapping NYC's underground infrastructure

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 10/17 9:03A
On the surface, New York City's infrastructure gleams brightly. Investor dollars are flowing, with many megaprojects completed, underway or planned. New York state is...

Another man is arrested in probe of Giuliani associates

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 10/16 11:01A
A Florida man wanted in a campaign finance case involving associates of Rudy Giuliani is in federal custody after flying Wednesday to Kennedy Airport in New York City to turn...

The can’t-miss New York City high school sports events

NYPost.com (Sports) 10/15 7:00A Joseph Staszewski
Another high school sports season is upon us, jam-packed with must-see games and unforgettable experiences. For anyone looking to run the gamut this year, our experts have...

Cardinal Hayes keeps grinding its way to football glory

NYPost.com (Sports) 10/15 1:00A Elio Velez
Cardinal Hayes High School stands as a wide, four-story edifice on the Grand Concourse in a busy section of the South Bronx. Behind it, one of New York City’s most successful...

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Mapping NYC's underground infrastructure

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 10/17 9:07A
On the surface, New York City's infrastructure gleams brightly. Investor dollars are flowing, with many megaprojects completed, underway or planned. New York state is...

What does the future hold for the East River waterfront?

Curbed NY 10/17 5:43A Nathan Kensinger
“Other people can go to the Hamptons; we go to East River Park” All along the coast of New York City, hard decisions are being made about how to address the inevitability of sea level rise. An...

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Juul Suspends Online Sales of Flavored E-Cigarettes

NYTimes.com (Health) 10/17 8:32A Sheila Kaplan
Facing multiple inquiries into its marketing practices and its role in the rise of teenage vaping, the company suspended internet access to mango, cucumber and other pods.

Born to Trot

NYTimes.com (Health) 10/17 8:07A Christopher McDougall
The best-selling author of “Born to Run” thought he knew almost everything about running. Then he met a donkey named Sherman.

Can Personality Affect Dementia Risk?

NYTimes.com (Health) 10/17 5:31A Nicholas Bakalar
Extroversion, an energetic disposition, calmness and maturity were associated with a lower risk of dementia 50 years later.

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