New York City

Subways Can Filter Air Better Than Office Buildings, Schools: Report

A new report from the New York Times published Monday showed subway cars circulate and filter air better than office buildings and schools.
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REMEMBERING THE MUDD CLUB

REMEMBERING THE MUDD CLUB

The Mudd Club was rebellious and adventurous, where notable celebs co-mingled with the city’s avant-garde.
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NYC to Step Up Enforcement At Bars, Restaurants to Prevent Overcrowding

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday addressed the “troubling overcrowding” that was seen at Astoria bars and restaurants over the weekend. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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NYC Enters Phase 3 of Reopening Without Indoor Dining

Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed that New York City will enter Phase 3 of its reopening on Monday without indoor dining. Cuomo made the official announcement on his Twitter.
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New York City Council Passes Budget That Cuts $1B From NYPD

The City Council in New York City approved early Wednesday an $88.1 billion city budget that includes $1 billion in cuts to the New York City Police Department.
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Woman Hosts Pandemic Parties Using Plastic Pods for Social Distancing

A woman in New York City thought of a smart way for people to socialize while social distancing. She hosts pandemic parties while people stay in plastic pods.
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Crowd Steals $750,000 in Fur From Manhattan Store Amid Protests

The New York City Police Department reported that a group of people stole $750,000 worth of fur from a Manhattan business as protests were happening.
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About 200 Arrested As Thousands Flood Streets on Day 6 of Protests in NYC

The NYPD arrested about 200 people Tuesday night on the sixth day of protests in New York City. While isolated looting was reported in Manhattan, it didn’t reach the severity of the nights before.
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5th Night of Protests in NYC: Some Loot, Others Peacefully Protest Ahead of Curfew

Protesters calling for justice for George Floyd took to the streets of New York City for a fifth day in a row on Monday. Protests took place in neighborhoods across New York City, including Times Square, the East Village, Bay Ridge and Crown Heights
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Police Shut Down Lemonade Stand in Violation of Social Distancing Guidelines

Police shut down a stand selling lemonade and popcorn in Brooklyn after a large group of kids and adults gathered on the sidewalk in violation of rules put in place over the coronavirus.
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