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Mayor Bill de Blasio signed the executive order Tuesday in The Bronx and it takes effect immediately.
The Jackson Heights restaurant received the honor for the first time.
The controversial Dyckman Street venue will stay open all winter for the first time.
Seth Taylor comes to NoHo by way of the 82nd Street Partnership in Jackson Heights.
"Drawings Along Myrtle" will feature works by more than 20 Pratt students, alumni and local artists.
During a recent trip to Liberia, Mahmoud Ideraabdullah was in close contact with man who died of Ebola.
Longhorn Steakhouse, Olive Garden and Joe's Crab Shack are hiring for a slew of positions.
The City Planning Commission approved the 1,700-unit development. The City Council will vote next.
The funding would reopen a station shuttered 30 years ago.
Businesses and residents are upset that the Apple Store didn't do more to manage the lines at night.
Solar energy will be used to power lights and movie projectors, the theater's owner said.
It will be at least six months before the restaurant opens, the team behind the popular oyster bar said.
Freedom House shelter has been awarded a $16 million contract despite neighborhood opposition.
A 57-block stretch of The Bronx along Jerome Ave. near E. 167th Street could be renamed Cromwell-Jerome.
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