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Transportation: Census Bureau Public Employment and Payroll Data for March 2016 and March 2006 (And Related Private Employment)

One of the depressing aspects of reading the book Greater Gothamnis seeing, summarized in one place, how a generation built much of the infrastructure and created most of the institutions that make New York City what it has been and is today.   5,455 more words

Talk About A Five Dollar Foot-Long

In a few short years, Rudy Giuliani renovated and revitalized New York City from a cesspool of sex and drugs to a place where you could take your children. 133 more words

What The Hell?

Vik Muniz Changes Lives With Art

Stories impact society.

Think of any event that ever has ever happened, for example 911 or Watergate. These two events shook the foundation of society in the United States. 644 more words

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The War for New York: What the Cuomo-De Blasio Feud Means for Real Estate

There has been much ink spilled over the origins of the Cuomo-de Blasio feud.

Last month The New York Times devoted a 3,200-word story to how a longtime friendship between two allies soured into the most bitter mayor-governor rivalry in generations. 2,423 more words

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MTA Facing $2.5 Million Lawsuit After Employee Allegedly Assaults 13-Year-Old Girl

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A 13-year-old girl in Brooklyn says she was assaulted by a Metropolitan Transportation Authority employee.

Two months later the teen and her mom are suing the MTA, claiming the surveillance video backs up their story. 321 more words

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Forget that trolley plan

Queens Chronical

Western Queens Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer probably summed up the status of Mayor de Blasio’s waterfront streetcar plan as best as anyone could when he told us on Tuesday, “I personally thought this was dead already.” 306 more words

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