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Possible new holidays for NYC schools
The New York Department of Education will consider adding more scheduled school holidays.
Pete Seeger’s church honors him with sing-along
But more than a memorial to the late musician, the afternoon became a spiritual experience for many who connect music with community healing.
Terrorism in Nigeria causes heartbreak here
Suicide bombings started in 2009 and the number of killings and attacks increased last year.
Aspiring gay priest “Lives out Loud”
The journey was not easy for seminarian Tommie Watkins
Underage models restricted on the runway
A new child labor law signed by New York’s Governor Cuomo would restrict fashion designers from having underage models.
Polar Vortex has found a home in New York City
Frigid temperatures are not going away.
Counting the homeless
HOPE, the Homeless Outreach Population Estimate surveys the number of homeless people on the street of New York City.
Sales of fro-yo dip as city settles into deep freeze
The wait for a customer can sometimes be long.
Cold weather hurts food vendors
Extremely cold weather has taken a toll on outdoor food vendors.
Business heats up as Super Bowl temperatures drop
Super Bowl Boulevard near Times Square will draw large crowds this week.