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The legacy of the civil rights leader lives on in New York City. Pay homage this weekend.

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Activists say they're using Tea Party tactics to pressure the influential Democrat.

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Brad Lander started organizing his constituents against Trump just days after the November election.

Gowanus »

Advocates want stiffer penalties for landlords who harass tenants into leaving low-rent buildings.

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The legislation would clamp down on nonprofits like Mayor Bill de Blasio's Campaign for One New York.

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A 103-year-old water main will be replaced as part of efforts to reduce flooding on Ninth Street.

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The message was found scrawled on a bench in the Fort Hamilton Subway stop.

Financial District »

Activists were blocking traffic to call for a higher minimum wage for fast food workers, police said.

Park Slope »

Even small steps can help Park Slope residents get more involved in their neighborhood.

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City Councilman Brad Lander has told his Democrat-leaning constituents, "don't just mourn, organize."

Carroll Gardens »

Councilman Brad Lander and others refused to stand during the Pledge of Allegiance in September.

Park Slope »

The annual Girls Read For Girls read-a-thon raises money for the Malala Fund.

Park Slope »

New York Methodist Hospital will let locals park for free while its new building is under construction.

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Advocates say the 70 steps are too much for some people at the stop near New York Methodist Hospital.

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Locals will also get a say in which supermarket moves into the Key Food space at 120 Fifth Ave.