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Hundreds gathered for a march through the West Village Monday night in response to the murder of a gay man last weekend in what police are calling a hate crime.
Updated 05/20/2013 10:35 PM
Some adult students in Manhattan are worried about what will happen to their programs when a charter high school moves in with them in the fall, and a public hearing on the topic turned rowdy Monday night.
05/20/2013 11:58 PM
More than six months after Hurricane Sandy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg will soon be delivering a major address to unveil his plans for how the city can prevent a repeat of the flooding and devastation in a future storm, and what the mayor is proposing may surprise you.
05/20/2013 07:15 PM
After nine weeks of trial, lawyers on both sides of the federal case over the NYPD's stop-and-frisk program finally summed up on Monday, and now, it's up to the judge to rule on whether the tactic amounts to racial profiling.
Updated 05/20/2013 09:03 PM
A grassroots organization on the Lower East Side is working hard to reduce the high rate of suicide in the Asian American community, and for the first time in years, they believe they are making progress due to the highly publicized suicide of soldier Danny Chen.
05/20/2013 11:35 PM
Yahoo made several big announcements Monday, hoping to revitalize one of the oldest brands on the web.
05/20/2013 10:30 PM
The MTA says crews are working around the clock to rebuild 2,000 feet of damaged track, overhead wires, and signals from Friday's passenger train derailment in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Updated 05/20/2013 05:27 PM
Investigators are looking for a young man in connection with a robbery inside a Manhattan subway station.
05/20/2013 11:26 PM
In his latest "Sound Advice" piece, WFUV DJ Eric Holland spoke with soul singer Charles Bradley about what it means to finally make it to the Apollo Theater stage with his own material after years of making a living as a James Brown cover act.
Today's recipe calls for a vegetarian asparagus, sweet onion and spinach soup, topped with optional sautéed sliced Portobello mushrooms seasoned with fresh tarragon.
An annual push to bring rental cars up and away from their winter homes in Florida can make for a pretty sweet deal.
Conductor James Levine made a triumphant return to the stage Sunday, trying to put to rest many questions about his abilities and his future with the Metropolitan Opera's orchestra.
NY1 takes a look at what's in today's New York City newspapers.
hurston Moore has been part of the New York music scene for three decades, and he's still going, proving to be a rare example of lasting independence in the music industry.
Sam Roberts hosts the May 18, 2013 edition of The New York Times Close Up.
05/20/2013 08:41 PM
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