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The city will also install an air conditioning system in the school's auditorium, Gale Brewer said.

Chelsea »

Running 30 sewing machines inside classrooms without AC "becomes unbearable," a fundraising page says.

Bed-Stuy »

From sprinklers to pools and community centers, check out a map of where to stay cool this summer.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Here's where to find the most rental units with central air conditioning in the city.

Financial District »

During the steamy days of summer, some New Yorkers choose to live without air conditioning.

Prospect Heights »

No artwork was damaged during the closure, museum staff said.

Midtown »

Guide to sprinklers in each borough, where to take your dog swimming, sweat-proof makeup tips and more.

Rego Park »

Temperatures are climbing. DNAinfo wants to know how you deal with the heat. 

New York City »

The new piece of legislation changes a 2008 law to include all NYC businesses, regardless of size.

Midtown »

People with illnesses like asthma were advised to stay in air conditioned places Monday. 

Midtown »

It's illegal for many stores to keep their outside doors open in this weather. That's not stopping them.

Civic Center »

A high heat advisory will remain in effect through 8 p.m. Thursday.

New York City »

Are May AC users monstrous energy gluttons, or sensible folk deserving of reasonable temperatures?

Claremont »

Friedrich is donating 150 air conditioners to 38 NYCHA Community Centers across the city.

East Village »

Con Edison is giving out free devices to control air conditioning remotely and monitor energy use.