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Wi-Fi service comes to an end on NYC buses: MTA

PIX11.com (News) 1/29 10:20A Aliza Chasan
NEW YORK (PIX11) --- The bus system in New York City is now a little less connected. The MTA turned off free Wi-Fi on buses on Jan. 14, an agency spokesperson confirmed...

Mild temperatures, rain on tap in NYC area

PIX11.com (News) 1/29 3:17A Video: Byron Miranda
NEW YORK (PIX11) --- A storm system is expected to make its way to the New York City area on Sunday. While most of the day will be dry, a shower could develop in some areas...

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25+ Best Things To Do in NYC February 2023 with Kids

Mommy Poppins 1/28 11:51P Drew Kristofik
Whether sending valentines or planning a Presidents Day weekend getaway—there is plenty to love about February! Don’t miss our favorite kid-friendly events and activities in New York City this month....

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Restaurants for a Romantic Night Out in NYC

Eater NY 1/26 9:33A Eater Staff
Bison au poivre at Le Rock. | Le Rock High ceilings, low lighting, and some of the best food New York City has to offer When looking for a romantic restaurant or bar, words like “cozy,” “intimate,”...

Here Are NYC’s 2023 James Beard Award Semifinalists

Eater NY 1/25 3:23A Emma Orlow
Chef Ayo Balogun of Dept of Culture, a semifinalist in the best new restaurant category. | Alex Staniloff/Eater NY The nominees include the Michelin-starred Al Coro and Bed-Stuy’s Dept of Culture And...

Seven Food Businesses on the UWS Were Burglarized This Week

Eater NY 1/25 2:54A Emma Orlow
A location of Joe Coffee in NYC. | Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images Plus, Bushwick’s vegan Champs Diner is closing — and more intel Seven food businesses on the Upper West Side were burglarized within the...

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The Zen of Falling Over and Over in Public

NYTimes.com (Sports) 1/26 6:33A Cole Louison
There have never been as many official skateboard parks in New York City as there today. But there’s just something about an empty plaza and a distracted security guard.

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How Albany is dealing with its 1K vacant buildings

The Real Deal New York 1/29 10:00A By TRD Staff
As New York grapples with a housing shortage, Albany is dealing with the nearly 1,000 vacant buildings, many of which have sat empty for years, the Albany Times Union...

Average American tenant is rent-burdened

The Real Deal New York 1/29 8:00A By TRD Staff
The average American renter is cost-burdened like never before. The typical renter is paying 30 percent of their median income for an average rent, according to a...

Steph Curry shoots his NIMBY shot

The Real Deal New York 1/29 7:00A By TRD Staff
Steph Curry, the Golden State Warriors’ all-world guard, is famous for draining 3-pointers on the basketball court. But now he and his wife, Ayesha, are going for a monster...

Lee & Associates announces Midwest expansion

The Real Deal New York 1/29 6:00A By TRD Staff
The largest broker-owned commercial real estate firm in North America is expanding. Lee & Associates announced it was opening a new office in Kansas City that will specialize...

They said what now? Real estate quotes of the week

The Real Deal New York 1/29 5:00A By Ted Glanzer
Here’s a roundup of the prescient, colorful, sobering or simply interesting quotes from the past week across the real estate industry. “If they want to try to suck our blood,...

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Senior Housing That Seniors Actually Like

NYTimes.com (Health) 1/28 10:00P Paula Span
“Granny flats” are popping up in backyards across the country, affording Americans a new housing option. Some communities are not happy about it.

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