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Gov. Cuomo scraps 15-month full L train shutdown plan

BY SYDNEY PEREIRA “L-pocalypse” no more! Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is scrapping its L train shutdown plan. Instead, the M.T.A. will close a single tube at a time over nights and weekends. The work is still expected to begin around the end of April. The new scheme could only […]

A Village man was fatally shot inside his apartment at 110 Bedford St. on Sun., Dec. 31, around 4:56 p.m., police said.

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BY GABE HERMAN | Corey Johnson can add the title of public advocate to his impressive résumé, though he will only hold this role for the next two months. By law, City Council Speaker Johnson became the city’s public advocate on Jan. 1, when Letitia James left the post to become New York State Attorney […]

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Landlord always wins To The Editor: Re “At last, small business bill has a champion” (talking point, by Sharon Woolums, Dec. 20): Small businesses desperately need rights — especially during the lease-renewal process. We at RedEye Coffee just got booted out by our landlord, another small business who was subleasing space to us. Subleases are […]

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BY SYDNEY PEREIRA | East River Park is expected to undergo massive changes in the coming years. As early as March 2020, the city could begin burying the park with 8 feet of soil, closing it for three-and-a-half years, in order to rebuild the park anew to protect thousands of nearby residents from coastal flooding […]

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Landlord always wins To The Editor: Re “At last, small business bill has a champion” (talking point, by Sharon Woolums, Dec. 20): Small businesses desperately need rights — especially during the lease-renewal process. We at RedEye Coffee just got booted out by our landlord, another small business who was subleasing space to us. Subleases are […]

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BY MICHELE DeMIZIO [Sponsored Content] | The breathtaking backdrop of beautiful Battery Park City is the perfect place to immerse your child in a nurturing, natural and peaceful environment.  As a first introduction to school and society,  Preschool of America at 2 South End is specifically designed and suited to inspire children and connect them […]

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BY PAUL DERIENZO  |  Another troubling mishap at the Indian Point nuclear power plant last Saturday prompted a shutdown, or “trip,” of one of the two reactor units and the dispatch of inspectors from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Office made the announcement that the reactor was “forced to shut down,” but New Orleans-based […]

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BY ALBERT AMATEAU  |  You may not have noticed that the giant urn that has graced the Rector’s Garden at the landmarked Grace Church for the past 130 years has been gone since last May. Noticed or not, the 5-foot-tall urn, dating as far back as 2,000 years to the Roman Empire, returned on Thurs., […]

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Holy night, dirty night: Filmmaking legend John Waters did not disappoint at his sold-out “A John Waters Christmas: Holier and Dirtier” show at City Winery Sunday evening. Not to give away his material, but in one of his nuggets, he said being transgender isn’t a big deal anymore — what he’d really like to see […]

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