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Spring thaw reveals new obstacle for drivers
Bedbugs received plenty of attention last year, but this spring, a different menace is terrorizing New York. Pavement’s Nick DeSantis […]
Broadway finds new ways to go green
The Broadway Green Alliance encourages environmentally friendly practices at city theaters.
Queens mechanic holds workshops for women
Mechanic Audra Fordin of Flushing, Queens, teaches other women the essentials of auto repair.
For Easter on Fifth Avenue, faith is optional
Hundreds made their way along Fifth Avenue Easter Sunday in the Bonnet Festival at St. Patrick's Cathedral.
In new job market, older women struggle to find work
Some women say they're being judged not by their resumes but by their age.
Despite historical tensions, Koreans raise funds to aid Japan
Relations between the countries have improved since the March 11 earthquake.
Green Taxis Act paves way for hybrid fleet
The Green Taxis Act would allow city officials to set higher fuel efficiency standards.
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.