Midtown Faces Suicide Crisis Amid Pandemic

    Midtown Faces Suicide Crisis Amid Pandemic

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    At least eight people have died by suicide in Midtown this year, according to local news reports.

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    Doubts Over The Vessel’s Safety Remain

    Doubts Over The Vessel’s Safety Remain

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    After four people committed suicide by jumping from the Vessel, the reopening of the tourist attraction is uncertain.

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    Controversy Continues Over Vaccine Mandate for Public School Workers

    Controversy Continues Over Vaccine Mandate for Public School Workers

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    New York City public school employees who refuse the vaccine remain on unpaid leave.

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    Hell’s Kitchen Residents Upset By City’s Change of Plans for Housing Units

    Hell’s Kitchen Residents Upset By City’s Change of Plans for Housing Units

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    Hell’s Kitchen residents feel blindsided by city’s decision to erect supportive housing residence instead of planned median income building.

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    Chelsea Residents Rethink Open Streets Program

    Chelsea Residents Rethink Open Streets Program

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    As the city recovers from the pandemic, some residents question the need to continue the Open Streets program, while others want it to stay.

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    Midtown Record Stores Find Innovative Ways to Withstand Changing Industry

    Midtown Record Stores Find Innovative Ways to Withstand Changing Industry

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    Midtown record store owners introduced a variety of products in their stores to navigate the changing music industry.

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    Demonstration for Reproductive Justice Held at St Patrick’s Cathedral

    Demonstration for Reproductive Justice Held at St Patrick's Cathedral
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    With the recent passing of the Texas abortion law, reproductive rights advocates in New York City want unrestricted access to abortions.

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    Revel Scooter Accidents Leave People Questioning Bike’s Safety

    Revel Scooter Accidents Leave People Questioning Bike’s Safety
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    New Yorkers have mixed feelings about the safety of Revel scooters.

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    City Takes Steps to Accommodate Pets in Homeless Shelters

    City Takes Steps to Accommodate Pets in Homeless Shelters
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    The City Council approves two bills that aim to make homeless shelters more pet-inclusive.

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    New York City Council passes bird-safe glass bill

    New York City Council passes bird-safe glass bill
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    Since the end of the last Ice Age, birds have migrated between the Arctic tundra and the Caribbean along the Atlantic Flyway, a migration route that passes over New York City. Drawn by an evening glow, the birds often fly into the city by night, drop into green spaces to forage, and leave the city […]

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    Sandy Stewart: Singing the Song and Telling the Story

    Sandy Stewart: Singing the Song and Telling the Story
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    “Just sing the song and tell the story.” For singer Sandy Stewart, that is the task. “I’ve been doing this for 70 years. I know what works,” Stewart said, sitting on the red sofa bed in her one-bedroom apartment on the Upper East Side. On Oct. 31, Stewart will receive the Mabel Mercer Award at […]

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