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Even before the 2016 presidential campaign put fake news front and center, a Brooklyn middle school saw a need for news literacy. [Read More]
Ten works commissioned by Cardinal Francesco Barberini in 1643 and depicting scenes from the life of Christ are hanging again in a Manhattan church. [Read More]
The Landmarks Conservancy offers loans to homeowners who need to do work that will pass muster with New York City's Landmarks Preservation Commission. [Read More]
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Matt Smith never met a shot he didn't like. [Read More]
The Hell Gate Bridge opened on March 9, 1917, a moment that will be celebrated by bridge fans. [Read More]
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Architects Without Borders, Seattle and the University of Washington are condensing fog into water in Lima, Peru. It is then used to irrigate 50 household... [Read More]
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Emergency workers respond to the site of a crash in which a car drove into the popular Jambo Café on Thursday. Tripp Stelnicki/The New Mexican... [Read More]
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While all the talk of budget cuts and deficits with the state government dominating New Mexico, the topic also seeps into the athletic realm. [Read More]
Several street artists were enlisted to bring their spray paint and stencils to a corporate setting: the 69th floor at 4 World Trade Center in... [Read More]
Yair Shahak, who shared first place, and Yaelle Frohlich were the first married couple to take part at the same time. They said they benefited... [Read More]
Chuck Piekarski has been the pastry chef for God's Love We Deliver, a charity that prepares meals for people who are too sick to shop... [Read More]
The Revolutionary War-era Baxter House, now a charred ruin, was in disrepair and caught in a tug of war between preservationists, local officials and the... [Read More]
Construction for an apartment building revealed four underground vaults, believed to have been used by a 19th-century brewer, Sebastian Schnaderbeck. [Read More]
Brad Meltzer sees his series of children's books as antidotes for a society that has mistaken fame for heroism. [Read More]
Amtrak disconnected the board, which has been replaced by video monitors. Its demise prompted nostalgia from some commuters, though not all. [Read More]
If you don't remember this story from two years ago, a pair of players from San Antonio (Texas) John Jay High hit an unsuspecting referee... [Read More]
The TV show, about nine people in pursuit of sand, surf, sun and sex on the east end of Long Island, is reminiscent of "Jersey... [Read More]
Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, who made headlines standing up for nuns and refugees, was installed on Friday as the leader of the Archdiocese of Newark. [Read More]
An exhibit at the Jewish Museum about Pierre Chareau, a French designer, transports visitors by way of virtual reality. For one visitor, it recalled cherished... [Read More]
When Miles Wood was 11 years old, he sent a hockey card of Alexander Ovechkin to the Washington Capitals star with a self-addressed return envelope... [Read More]
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