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Check Out What Upper East Siders are Wearing to Beat the Heat

Residents on Friday kept cool with light and airy clothes.

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Local Artist Scrawls Colorful Chalk Messages on UES Sidewalks

Artist Hans Honschar writes inspirational messages on the sidewalks of the Upper East Side.

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10 Units of Affordable Homes to Buy Planned for York Avenue

Individuals making roughly $48,000 or a family of three making $62,000 would be eligible, HPD said.

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Man Gropes Woman in front of Her East 89th Street Home, Police Say

The suspect groped the woman and fled toward York Avenue at about 4 a.m. on July 18, police said.

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Relocation of Hampton Jitney Stop Clogs Busy UES Corner, Residents Say

The 86th Street Hampton Jitney stop was moved temporarily to Lexington Avenue.

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La Maison Du Chocolat Opens Pop-Up Next to Flagship During Renovation

The store's facelift is happening in its 25th anniversary of opening in the U.S.

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Disability Group Short Funds to Finish FDR Memorial 3 Years After Approval

The Roosevelt Island Disability Association has not been able to raise enough to install the memorial.

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Off-Duty FDNY Employee Arrested For Punching Man in Face on UES, Police Say

After he threw a punch, he threatened the victim with a chair leg, police said.

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Gluten- and Dairy-Free Bakery to Open Second Outpost on the UES

All of By The Way's goods including its cookies and layered cakes are made without dairy and gluten.

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Pols Push For Zoning Change That Would Put Cap on Height of UES Towers

The influx of tall towers has grabbed the attention of residents.

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El Paso Taqueria Shuttered by Health Department for Fly Infestation

The restaurant flunked its inspection on Wednesday because of a fly infestation, records show.

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Hospital for Special Surgery Pitches In to Build East River Esplanade

Private institutions like the hospital and Rockefeller University will help improve the waterfront.

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Aussie Coffee Chain Bluestone Lane Opens Cafe in UES Church

The Australian coffee roasters opened its sixth cafe in the city.

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Councilman Hosts Forum to Discuss Blocking Shadow-Making 'Superscrapers'

Elected officials and community groups will discuss how to stop tall towers from rising in the area.

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We Measured Subway Station Temperatures and Barely Survived

Union Square subway station felt like 110 degrees when we calculated the heat and humidity.