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Law and Disorder: A View on Broken Windows from Journal Square

The supposed link between disorder and serious crime is as controversial as the policing strategies based on the assumed connection between the two. In one New Jersey city, disorder is common—and rarely threatening—in a public square. City Limits – News

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1,580 troubled kids ran away from city housing facility

Troubled kids ran away from a crammed, city-operated housing facility in Manhattan more than 1,500 times in just over a year, law-enforcement sources told The Post on Monday, quoting recently… | Metro | New York Post

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How Do We Stop LGBTQ Youth From Killing Themselves?

In Recognition of September as National Suicide Prevention Month How do we stop LGBTQ youth from killing themselves? Might literature be one answer? During the spring semester of 2002, while I was teaching my creative-writing class at Sheepshead Bay High School in Brooklyn, New York, a student — let’s call him “Paul” — finally shared […]

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Out From Behind The Wheel: New York City Taxi Drivers – New York City Video

A day in the life of a New York City cab driver. http://beta.wnyc.org/thegreenespace/events/2010/apr/12/next-new-york-conversation-out-behind-wheel/ WNYC and… Video Rating: 4 / 5

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NY Giants vs. Arizona Cardinals: Live scoring from Week 2 at MetLife Stadium

The Giants welcome the Cardinals in their 2014 home opener at MetLife Stadium. New York News – NY Daily News

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Yankees rebound from doubleheader sweep with win over Orioles

The morning after perhaps the most deflating day of the season, Joe Girardi said his club had no choice but to soldier on. Sports stories from Newsday

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Roger Goodell says Ray Rice’s version ‘starkly different’ from video

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell notified the NFL Players Association in a letter Friday that the reason he changed Ray Rice’s two-game suspension to an indefinite one was because Rice’s description of his February fight with then-fiancee Janay Palmer was “starkly different” from what appeared on a video that was released Monday by TMZ Sports. Sports […]

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Doctor Who Did Joan Rivers’s Endoscopy “Ousted” From Clinic

The doctor at the Upper East Side clinic where Joan Rivers got her endoscopy was “ousted” from the facility, according to TMZ. Rivers went into cardiac arrest during the procedure and died a week later, after being put into a medically induced coma. [ more › ] Gothamist

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16 Of The Best Moments From New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

New York Fashion Week might only last eight days, but so much happens in that short amount of time. Kendall Jenner struts down the runway, new beauty trends crop up and of course, A-listers sit front row to watch it all unfold. With all the tweets, posts and Instagrams clogging up your feeds, it’s easy […]

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Yankees come back on Rays, get HRs from Brian McCann, Chris Young in 8-5 win

Will the Yankees’ biggest comeback win of the season be the one that sparks an epic September comeback? New York News – NY Daily News

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Advocates: NYS Must Simplify Laws Barring Felons from Voting

Right now, New York prevents prisoners and parolees from voting. Civil rights watchdogs say the system is so confusing it deprives legally eligible people from actually casting ballots. City Limits – News

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La Dolce Musica: The New Season of the New York Philharmonic Opens With a Unique Selection of Music From Italian Films

Photo courtesy of Sugarmusic. The Philharmonic’s 2014-15 season is opening on September 16 with “La Dolce Vita: The Music of Italian Cinema.” Presented in collaboration with Sugarmusic, the concert will be conducted by Music Director Alan Gilbert; feature violinist Joshua Bell, soprano Renée Fleming, and singer/songwriter/actor Josh Groban; and include video projection combining animated graphics […]

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De Blasio backs away from Bratton’s cop expansion plan

A day after NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said he wants to expand the NYPD by at least 1,000 cops, Mayor de Blasio said not so fast. “I think he was… | Metro | New York Post

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Can Broad Housing Coalition Get Real Change from Albany?

Real Affordability for All is bringing an unusually broad coalition to press the state for changes to rent regulations and other policies to preserve affordable housing. City Limits – News

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Astronauts Spot Cities From Space For A Geography Lesson That’s Out Of This World

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are taking sightseeing to new heights. In the video above, viewers are invited to join Expedition 38 crew members Mike Hopkins and Rick Mastracchio as they pick out various cities on the planet’s slowly spinning surface. The footage was taken from the station’s Cupola, a multi-windowed observation module that’s […]

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