"To a man, they have longed for the day when their ship would be found, solving their final mystery."
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Community land trusts — now getting a boost from state funds in New York — have the opportunity to increase affordability in expensive cities and promote development in struggling markets.
In the upcoming "Mario" game, the stubby plumber visits "New Donk City," a metropolis populated by normally-proportioned people. Tim Rogers asked the people of New York what they think.
Rather, experts say what Kim is searching for can be summed up in one word: survival.
As if our world wasn’t as messed up as we already know it to be, NYC’s Transport Workers Union is claiming that the MTA stores dead bodies cleaned up off of subway tracks in worker break rooms.
Millions of bananas arrive every week in New York City. It takes a lot to get them from the boat to the bodega.
You've probably never heard of U Thant island, and you've definitely never been there.
To give an example of how quickly affordable housing can vanish, between 2007 and 2014, 25 percent of the rent-stabilized apartments on the Upper West Side of Manhattan were deregulated.
Subway stations’ complex tunnel systems are a mystery even to most regular riders. Architect Candy Chan's new x-ray maps demystify the paths in and around them.
"I do believe the system has gotten worse this year," says Rich Barone, vice president of the Regional Plan Association. "I wouldn't disagree with that."
The 2-seater "smart" car is tiny. Firetrucks are large. New York City streets can be a little cramped. That's how you end up with four men bouncing an itty-bitty car on the job.
The famed chef and famed author talk New York living over some quality dumplings.
When Alicia Keys and Jay-Z described New York as a "concrete jungle," they weren't joking.
It's right in front of City Hall, too.
For 77 years the culprits behind a July 4, 1940, terror bombing at the New York World's Fair have never been found. Is this the answer?
Whales have returned to New York City's coastline after a long absence.
Is New York City's nearly century-old Cabaret Law currently being enforced? Not under DeBlasio, but without repeal it leaves the door open for the same kind of selective racist enforcement that spurred its creation in the first place.
From the creators of "The Wire,"Maggie Gyllenhall plays a sex worker opposite James Franco's roles as twins in this show about the NYC porn industry of the 1970s. It premieres on HBO on September 10th.
A doctor opened fire with an assault rifle Friday inside a New York City hospital where he used to work, killing a woman and wounding six people before turning the gun on himself.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo also pledged to direct an additional $1 billion for capital improvements on the system, which has been plagued with accidents and delays.
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