New York City

Smoke From West Coast Wildfires Reaches NYC Area

Smoke from the devastating western wildfires has spread across the nation and is affecting the skies all the way on the East Coast. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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VIDEO: Woman Cuts Down Beloved NYC Birdhouses, Throws Them in Trash

A woman cut down and then threw away more than a dozen hand-painted birdhouses that were placed on Upper East Side trees in New York City to bring joy during the coronavirus pandemic.
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10 NYC School Buildings Closed Due to Ventilation Issues as Teachers Return to Classrooms

New York City public schools don’t start classes until Sept. 21, but teachers are going back on Sept. 8 to start preparing for the new year.
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8 Arrested for Damaging NYC Stores During Protest: NYPD

Eight people were arrested for damaging stores in New York City during a protest on Friday night. The New York Police Department announced the charges.
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NYC Teachers Could Vote to Authorize Strike to Delay In-Person Classes

The United Federation of Teachers could vote to authorize a strike to delay in-person classes. The executive board of the public school teachers’ union voted to authorize further negotiations over reopening schools in New York City.
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New Outdoor Learning Plan Unveiled for NYC Schools

Mayor de Blasio unveiled the city’s new outdoor learning plan for schools. The mayor of New York City released a new outdoor learning plan for schools.
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NYC Restaurant Owners Ask for Plan to Begin Indoor Dining

New York City restaurant owners say everyday is a struggle to stay afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic and are begging lawmakers for a break.
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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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