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Despite historical tensions, Koreans raise funds to aid Japan
Relations between the countries have improved since the March 11 earthquake.
MLB could see smaller crowds again this season
Major League Baseball has seen a decline in overall game attendance.
Pawnshops see a boost in business
The economic recession, high unemployment and rising gold prices have meant booming business for pawn shops.
New cab law could mean cleaner air for NYC
Mayor Bloomberg proposed the Green Taxis Act last month, which could mean cleaner air for New Yorkers.
City fitness program gets New Yorkers to shed the pounds
Shape Up NYC, a new program with the Department of Parks and Recreation, is encouraging New Yorkers to slim down and tone up.
Roller-skating rink celebrates 60 years of keeping kids fit
Guptill's Arena in Colonie, N.Y. draws in families looking for fun and fitness.
As tenant blacklist grows, more renters denied housing
Lawsuit seeks to put an end to the so-called tenants blacklist.
Smokers looking for new spots to light up
Smoking will be prohibited in parks, marinas and beaches May 23 as part of the Smoking Ban signed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg last month.
Transgender rights still uncertain after DADT repeal
Even after DADT repeal, transgender status is still grounds for disqualification.
Lawmakers propose regulations for curbside bus industry
Members of the city and state legislature are considering legislation to regulate New York's curbside bus industry.