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Felix Zeltner and Christina Horsten will chronicle their monthly moves for their project NYC 12 x 12.

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The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, A, C, E, F, G and N lines will all be impacted.

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The restaurant will have its final brunch and a farewell party Sunday.

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Henry Maldonado stabbed himself in the chest inside the burning apartment, police said.

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The cafe at 26-25 Jackson Ave. will be the company's first in Queens and fifth in NYC.

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The school had been struggling with low graduation rates and low enrollment, according to the DOE.

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The man was slashed and robbed aboard a Manhattan-bound 2 train, police said.

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The city plans to close the Foreign Language Academy of Global Studies at the end of the school year.

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The Jackson will contain 56 apartments, including two penthouses that will start at $4 million.

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The museum announced the winning installation of its annual Young Architects Program.

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Drivers said Uber's decision to cut fare prices by 15 percent means they won't earn enough.

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Mayor de Blasio allocated nearly $30 million this year to reconstruct streets in Hunters Point and LIC.

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The chain is also planning to open a location in Jackson Heights this fall.

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The DOT is asking residents to share their ideas for a plan to redesign streets in the neighborhood.

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Its owner hopes the Queens location is the first in what will eventually be a "global chain."