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NYC Curbside Composting Is Back

In NYC, millions of residents are throwing food scraps and other plant waste into the trash, leading to larger landfills. To protect the environment,...

Ghosts of War at the Old Bermuda Inn

Staten Island is the southernmost borough of New York City and is often either forgotten or the butt of many local jokes. With its...

Climate Change on Nassau County’s South Shore

On September 21, 2021, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers—a segment of the Army charged with, among other things, designing flood management systems—released a...

A Closer Look at Traffic Safety: Mayor de Blasio’s Failed Promise

Upon entering office nearly eight years ago, Mayor de Blasio vowed to curb traffic deaths and make streets safer for pedestrians.  Sadly, this promise...

Tiger Mom Amy Chua’s New Haven Home Is Still For Sale

Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfield’s New Haven home hit the market on September 25th for $1,080,000. The 6,880-square-foot property has five-bedroom and five-baths, ample...

The Northern Dispensary Finds Its First Tenant in 30 Years

Erected in 1831, the Northern Dispensary was initially built to treat the sick residents of what was once the northernmost part of New York...

The Passionate Spirits of The Dakota

The Upper West Side of New York is filled art, culture, and great views of Central Park if you’re lucky enough to live in...

Controversial Congestion Pricing is Coming to New York City

New Yorkers might be paying even more for getting around the city. In major cities such as London, Singapore, and Stockholm, congestion pricing charges...

Do You Know the Story Behind these 5 Buildings in Chelsea?

You may think of gallery hopping or walking the High Line down to the Whitney when you think of Chelsea, but many of the...

The Legacy of Doris Diether and Greenwich Village

Local Legend Every day she could, a legendary but down-to-earth woman made her way through Washington Square Park, where residents and locals treated her like...

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