Listen up: Your future's talking

    Listen up: Your future’s talking

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    Sometimes younger people — not older ones — are hard of hearing.

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    Chelsea lacks free after-school programs

    Chelsea lacks free after-school programs

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    As Chelsea gentrifies, some children are getting left behind.

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    Public transit in Midtown West often a 'nightmare' for the disabled

    Public transit in Midtown West often a ‘nightmare’ for the disabled

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    Just under half of the subway stations in Midtown West are accessible, which often makes commuting miserable for workers and residents who cannot use stairs.

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    27 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act passes, advocates push MTA for change

    27 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act passes, advocates push MTA for change

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    New York City disability advocate organizations speak up about MTA’s lack of accessibility.

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    Chelsea activists demand more vouchers for low-income mothers

    Chelsea activists demand more vouchers for low-income mothers

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    Chelsea activists demand more WIC access for low-income mothers and infants.

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    City Council passes bill to mandate safety training for construction workers

    City Council passes bill to mandate safety training for construction workers
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    A bill that requires a minimum of 40 hours of safety training for construction workers passed the City Council on September 28th.

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    Bryant Park West: San Francisco borrows a park plan

    Bryant Park West: San Francisco borrows a park plan
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    San Francisco reimagines Bryant Park.

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    With an eye on the future, Mood Fabrics plans to relocate

    With an eye on the future, Mood Fabrics plans to relocate
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    Project Runway’s go-to fabric merchant in the Garment District, Mood Fabrics, is moving.

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    Todd English food hall faces a wary Chelsea

    Todd English food hall faces a wary Chelsea
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    Celebrity chef Todd English is in talks to open a mini food hall in a restaurant space in Chelsea, but first he has to earn the support of a community tired of noise and disruption.

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    Target to open its first location in Midtown

    Target to open its first location in Midtown
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    Target will open its first Midtown store on 34th Street near Herald Square on October 20.

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