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FDNY commish pushes for battery legislation

Queens Chronicle (Eastern/Southeast Queens News) 1/25 3:30A by Kristen Guglielmo, Associate
Though New York City has banned the use of unlicensed lithium-ion batteries, the fires they cause are still plaguing the metropolis.FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh last week...

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February Happenings Grade 2

PS 77 | The Lower Lab School 1/25 10:00P Lower Lab Teacher
Second Grade Happenings~ February 2024 Some celebratory moments: Math: Students learned how to organize data. They also learned how to create and interpret a variety of graphs, including bar graphs,...

JetBlue-Spirit deal blocked by judge on antitrust grounds

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 1/16 8:01A Madlin Mekelburg, Bloomberg
JetBlue Airways can’t complete its $3.8 billion acquisition of Spirit Airlines after a federal judge in Boston found that the deal would stifle competition and raise fares for...

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Watch It Again: “City of Yes” with George Janes

Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts 1/23 2:58A Nuha Ansari
Watch a recording of our online talk "City of Yes Explained" by urban planner and zoning expert George Janes held on January 18. The event was co-sponsored by FRIENDS of the...

Teens Can Apply Now for Summer Internships in NYC

Mommy Poppins 1/21 12:31A Alina Adams
Summer internships can make your average, high-achieving, New York City kid really stand out from the rest of the equally high-achieving pack when it comes time to apply to colleges. In an era when...

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The Best French Bistros and Brasseries in NYC

Eater NY 1/26 5:05A Eater Staff
A spread of dishes at Pastis. | Alex Staniloff Where to go for steak frites, onion soup, chocolate souffle, and more There’s something immensely satisfying about a great French bistro meal, from...

The Best Restaurants Open on Monday in New York City

Eater NY 1/22 8:40A Eater Staff
A selection from Changmai Diner. | Robert Sietsema/Eater NY Thai diner fare, updated Cantonese classics, and a longtime favorite pub Monday is one of the best nights of the week for dining out. The...

With a New Delivery Law, How Should You Tip?

Eater NY 1/18 2:48A Jaya Saxena
An NYC delivery worker in the winter. | Getty Images Delivery apps are making it tougher to tip — but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t Just as the new minimum wage law ensures delivery drivers can make...

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JetBlue-Spirit deal blocked by judge on antitrust grounds

CrainsNewYork.com (Retail & Apparel) 1/16 8:01A Madlin Mekelburg, Bloomberg
JetBlue Airways can’t complete its $3.8 billion acquisition of Spirit Airlines after a federal judge in Boston found that the deal would stifle competition and raise fares for...

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JetBlue-Spirit deal blocked by judge on antitrust grounds

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 1/16 8:01A Madlin Mekelburg, Bloomberg
JetBlue Airways can’t complete its $3.8 billion acquisition of Spirit Airlines after a federal judge in Boston found that the deal would stifle competition and raise fares for...

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JetBlue-Spirit deal blocked by judge on antitrust grounds

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/16 8:01A Madlin Mekelburg, Bloomberg
JetBlue Airways can’t complete its $3.8 billion acquisition of Spirit Airlines after a federal judge in Boston found that the deal would stifle competition and raise fares for...

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It’s Boom Times for Obamacare. Will They Last?

NYTimes.com (Health) 1/25 6:23A Noah Weiland
A record 21 million people signed up for marketplace plans for 2024, drawn in part by more generous federal subsidies. But the expanded subsidies are set to expire after next...

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