State Sen. Jeff Klein and Assemblyman Marcos Crespo are fighting Platinum Pleasures' reopening.
Noelia Bonilla and Charlie Amadiz offer a cuddle with no "pressure to take it to the next level."
Admission to the specialized high schools would be based on schoolwork rather than tests.
Improved rail spurs and a new rail platform should both be finished by the fall of 2016.
Workers who hand out flyers, patrol the streets and serve food have to stay outdoors in the cold.
The group has been working on a video game since the end of summer and hopes to have it ready by spring.
Hundreds of volunteers showed up at the Food Bank's distribution center in The Bronx.
Workers would get a $20 per week raise for the first year, followed by raises of $22 and $24 per week.
Workers are trying to get an extra $25 per week for the next three years.
"Bx46" will makes its New York premeire at the Museum of the Moving Image on Jan. 17 at 2 p.m.
The money is arriving from grants administered by the New York Community Trust.
The Tuesday before Thanksgiving is the market's busiest day of the year.
The reform comes in the wake of a Department of Investigation report that found problems with smuggling.
The Break Time Sports Bar and Grill owners are hoping to get a liquor license for the new bar.
The contest will include categories like architecture and economic development.
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