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The Week Ahead in New York Politics, January 26

New York City Hall What to watch for this week in New York politics: As this week begins, we’re watching the following storylines, with others sure to emerge (oh, and if you haven’t heard, there’s some snow coming – please keep in mind that any events listed below are subject to cancellation!): The latest in […]

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Just Do Art, Week of Jan. 22, 2015

BY SCOTT STIFFLER MRS. MAYFIELD’S FIFTH-GRADE CLASS OF ‘93 20-YEAR REUNION Created in collaboration with the original 2013 cast — five of whom got back together for this current production — this self-professed “party play” has its own tale to tell about the reunion of a once-tight ensemble. “When you’re in fifth grade, childhood becomes […]

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A karaoke bar is your fourth and final stop, when the audience joins a cast of intersecting characters at “The Golden Toad.”  Photo by Suzanne Opton

Just Do Art, Week of Jan. 22, 2015

Former fifth-grade classmates reunite, in an actual East Village apartment. The immersive, interaction-optional party play happens through Feb. 8, at a location revealed only to ticket buyers. Photo by Kacey Stamats BY SCOTT STIFFLER MRS. MAYFIELD’S FIFTH-GRADE CLASS OF ‘93 20-YEAR REUNION Created in collaboration with the original 2013 cast — five of whom got […]

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Police say this suspect is wanted for three recent recent burglaries at Lower Manhattan restaurants. Photo courtesy of NYPD.

Restaurant-smashing burglar: Police Blotter, week of Jan. 22, 2015

Restaurant burglar strikes again A thief is hitting restaurants in Tribeca and the Financial District, working Police say this suspect is wanted for three recent recent burglaries at Lower Manhattan restaurants. Photo courtesy of NYPD. in the dead of night to steal from registers — his latest strike yielding around $ 1,600, police say. The […]

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Transit Sam, week of Jan. 22, 2015

Thurs., Jan. 22 – Wed., Jan. 28 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE SUSPENDED ALL WEEK The trial of Khalid al-Fawwaz began on Tues., Jan. 20 and will continue through the week. Heavy security around Foley Square for the trial will make for slow traffic on Lafayette and Centre Sts. All Manhattan-bound lanes of the Brooklyn […]

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How to get Broadway Week discounts

Broadway Week has officially begun. Through February 5, many Broadway shows are offering two-for-one tickets and other promotions. Some popular shows have already sold out of the discounted seats, but many others are still available.  myfoxny.com – Local News

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Transit Sam, Week of Jan. 15, 2015

Thurs., Jan. 15 – Wed., Jan. 22 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE SUSPENDED MONDAY FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY Monday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, is a Summons Alert Day! It may be a three-day weekend for schools and most offices, but it’s no three-day weekend for parking rules. Only alternate side parking is suspended on […]

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“Wild Kratts Live” will be at the NYU Skirball Center this weekend.

Youth Activities, Week of Jan. 15, 2015

“Wild Kratts Live” will be at the NYU Skirball Center this weekend. BY VICTORIA GRANTHAM    |  My 4-year-old keeps asking me what there is to do in the winter. I’m tempted to answer “hibernation,” but since I can’t really do that I’ve dug up some mostly indoor activities to keep us all entertained until […]

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Arrests in New York City Increased Significantly Last Week

Arrests in New York City Increased Significantly Last Week A NYPD patrol vehicle is seen near the Marcy Houses public housing development in the Brooklyn A New York Police Department patrol vehicle is seen near the Marcy Houses public housing development in the Brooklyn borough of New York January 9, … Read more on TIME

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The Week Ahead in New York Politics, January 11

New York City Hall What to watch for this week in New York politics – we’re taking you through next Monday, the Martin Luther King Day holiday (we’ll publish our next Week Ahead Monday night (the 19th) instead of Sunday): This week is likely to be dominated by the following three storylines, perhaps among others […]

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For Second Week, Arrests Plunge in New York City

For Second Week, Arrests Plunge in New York City For two straight weeks, New York City police officers have sharply cut back on making arrests and issuing summonses throughout the five boroughs, magnifying the growing divide between the city's police force and its mayor, Bill de Blasio. Officers made … Read more on New York […]

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Transit Sam, Week of Jan. 1, 2016

Thurs., Jan. 1 – Wed., Jan. 7    |  ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE SUSPENDED THURSDAY FOR NEW YEAR’S   Happy New Year, Lower Manhattanites! Here’s the deal with parking rules on New Year’s Day: alternate side parking is suspended, meters are suspended, and all signs without the word “Anytime” are suspended. Public schools are back in session Monday and […]

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Police Blotter, week of Jan. 8, 2015

Brazen thief smashes into Coach One thief’s New Year resolution must have been to steal more — and he wasted no time sticking to it. On New Year’s day at 6 a.m., a man flung a metal garbage can into the front window of the Coach store at 143 Prince St. He stole expensive purses […]

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Transit Sam, week of Jan. 8, 2015

Thurs., Jan. 8 – Wed., Jan. 14, 2015 ALTERNATE SIDE PARKING RULES ARE IN EFFECT ALL WEEK Temperatures are dropping to below-freezing this week and the city has officially issued the first snow alert of the new year. Avoid driving if at all possible during snow alerts, but if you must drive, use extreme caution! […]

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Letters, Week of Jan. 1, 2015

“Seaport Report, Week Of Dec. 18, 2014: On Howard Hughes’ Plans” (POSTED, Dec 18): Three cheers for saying so clearly what many of us have been struggling to express for so long. As a long-time resident of the neighborhood and participant in the Seaport Working Group, I feel we have a precious historic legacy to […]

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