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The Hunt: Searching for an Extra Hour of Sleep

Burdened with a 90-minute commute from Newark, a teacher scours Harlem and the Bronx for a place with outdoor space — and a shorter trip to work.

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Making a New York City River More Inviting to Cross, by Foot and Bike

The city said it plans to upgrade 13 crossings over the Harlem River with new bike lanes and pedestrian areas, better connecting Manhattan and the Bronx.

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Side Street: Gone With the Wind, a Puerto Rican Dream

December 10, 2017 Side Street By DAVID GONZALEZ There really ought to be a law about playing “En Mi Viejo San Juan” these days. Even in the best of times, the song’s melancholy lyrics about a native son…

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Mayor de Blasio’s Big Experiment: Making Police Officers Nicer

By J. DAVID GOODMAN and AL BAKER November 5, 2017 The grim campaign ads portended carnage to come: New York City, in the hands of a Democratic mayor, thrust back into the days of squeegee men, street prostitutes and 2,000 murders a year….

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