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Irene Lynch on living in an NYC women’s shelter.
Downsizing Con Ed’s in-person payment offices may be inconvenient for its customers, but it’s a boon to check cashing businesses.
Developers getting a break from Jersey City have to put up more than buildings: their contracts now require them to cough up cash for an affordable housing fund.
See your tax dollars at war in this breakdown of the NYPD’s $700 million counterterrorism budget.
Plans to eliminate school boards are garnering plenty of attention, but some parents are calling for not only keeping the boards, but strengthening them.
The Lower East Side Tenement Museum, dedicated to showcasing the lives of tenants of times past, may be evicting contemporary ones.
Culture wars have a whole different meaning in the city’s Indo-Caribbean nightclub scene, where ethnicity, music and sex collide and blend to the beat of the new New Yorker.
Incentives to keep companies in New York have failed miserably, but other governments have shown it’s possible to hang on to good jobs without giving away the store.