Families believe newly empowered superintendents will be more responsive to complaints about schools.
The 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, L, Q and Times Square Shuttle are all affected.
At least 15 Brooklyn and Manhattan community gardens could be bulldozed, advocates said.
A discussion with Darryl Pinckney and the Film Forum's Orson Welles festival are among the week's picks.
Tech will still be a big player in the office market, and spaces will reflect its culture of free lunch.
Children who were born in 2010 can apply to kindergarten from Jan. 7 to Feb. 13.
Hernan Vega was arrested for crashing into a cab Pamela Pimentel was riding in, police said.
Armani Gonzalez, 21, was shot in the head outside Xtreme Lounge in Fordham, police said.
Take the kids out on the town, then attend one of the city's many New Year's Eve parties.
Fast-food chains, coffee shops and mobile dealers are some of the city's largest national retailers.
DNAinfo New York used city data to show how public schools break down along racial lines.
Check out these new-to-market apartments with their first open houses this Sunday.
The memorial took place on Tuesday at the Parkchester R.G. Ortiz Funeral Home.
Dual language programs are on the rise in the city's schools. Here's what you need to know about them.
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