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Ghosts of a Hospital Rise in the Village

Ghosts of a Hospital Rise in the Village

A new play about St. Vincent’s Hospital wanders across time to bring together figures and narratives from the hospital’s 161-year history.

Review: At Rosemary and Vine in Rye, Full-Flavor Vegetarian

Review: At Rosemary and Vine in Rye, Full-Flavor Vegetarian

Rosemary and Vine in Rye has Mediterranean and Middle Eastern offerings that employ delicate uses of flavor.

Key Witness in Percoco Case Admits to Violating His Plea Deal

Key Witness in Percoco Case Admits to Violating His Plea Deal

Cross-examination of a key government witness will continue next week in the federal corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, a former top aide and close friend to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Audit Finds Playground Perils in Housing Authority Developments

Audit Finds Playground Perils in Housing Authority Developments

A playground at the Riis Houses in Manhattan was repaired after an audit by the city comptroller found unsafe conditions there and at hundreds of other playgrounds at Nycha housing projects.

A Photo of a Bag, and a Fresh Push for Clues in Central Park Blast

A Photo of a Bag, and a Fresh Push for Clues in Central Park Blast

Connor Golden, who was 18 when he was injured by an explosion in Central Park, had his leg amputated below the knee and now uses a prosthesis. He is working this summer as a canoe guide in Minnesota.

Review: At 7T8 European Fusion in Northport, a Blended Menu

Review: At 7T8 European Fusion in Northport, a Blended Menu

7T8 European Fusion, which opened in late February, is owned by three first-time restaurateurs.

Prosecutor of Patz’s Killer Takes Over Weinstein Inquiry

Prosecutor of Patz’s Killer Takes Over Weinstein Inquiry

Joan Illuzzi, the prosecutor now overseeing the Harvey Weinstein inquiry, has expertise in cold cases in which there is little or no physical evidence and the credibility of witnesses is paramount.

Lawrence Stager, Creative Biblical Archaeologist, Dies at 74

Lawrence Stager, Creative Biblical Archaeologist, Dies at 74

Dr. Lawrence Stager in 1988 at Ashkelon, where he contributed to many important archaeological discoveries over the years.

Energy Executive Admits Lying About ‘Low-Show Job’ for Percoco’s Wife

Energy Executive Admits Lying About ‘Low-Show Job’ for Percoco’s Wife

After an earlier trial ended in a hung jury, Peter Galbraith Kelly Jr. pleaded guilty on Friday to fraud conspiracy. The charge that centered on his hiring of the wife of a former top aide to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.

Time Is Running Out for Puerto Ricans Sheltering in Hotels

Time Is Running Out for Puerto Ricans Sheltering in Hotels

Rafael Febres and his son John who have been living in a Red Roof Inn in Hartford, Conn., since Hurricane Maria forced them from their home in Puerto Rico.

Review: ‘The Call,’ in Hartford, Tackles Emotionally Complex Issues

Review: ‘The Call,’ in Hartford, Tackles Emotionally Complex Issues

Jasmin Walker, left, and Maechi Aharanwa portray a 30-something couple in “The Call.”

Todd Howe, Key Witness in Albany Corruption Trial, Is Jailed

Todd Howe, Key Witness in Albany Corruption Trial, Is Jailed

Todd Howe, center, the key witness in a federal corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, was rearrested on Thursday.

‘This Man Deserves What He Gets’: In Queens, a Nazi’s Long Flight From Justice Ends

‘This Man Deserves What He Gets’: In Queens, a Nazi’s Long Flight From Justice Ends

The home where Jakiw Palij, a former Nazi prison guard, lived in Jackson Heights, Queens, until Monday, when he was removed to be deported to Germany.

Blink and It’s Gone: A Farewell Column About Chasing the Ever-Changing New York City

Blink and It’s Gone: A Farewell Column About Chasing the Ever-Changing New York City

The New Yorker Bookshop on the day it closed for business, May 19, 1982.

Flatiron Building, Admired but Rarely Copied, Inspires Developers

Flatiron Building, Admired but Rarely Copied, Inspires Developers

A new corner building at 10 Sullivan Street in the SoHo section of Manhattan.

Taxi and Uber Drivers Are United in Backing a Cap on Ride-Hail Vehicles

Taxi and Uber Drivers Are United in Backing a Cap on Ride-Hail Vehicles

A taxi driver rests inside a cab while waiting for a fare at the taxi parking lot near Kennedy International Airport. Drivers complain that they sometimes have to wait as long as three hours before finally getting a passenger.


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