New metro website launches in January

    New metro website launches in January

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    CUNY adjuncts demand higher wages

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    Cannabis companies promote marijuana at AdWeek conference

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    environmental problems since 2010. But other neighborhoods have far
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    New Pace Gallery: ultra pricey art takes over Chelsea

    New Pace Gallery: ultra pricey art takes over Chelsea
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    The Pace Gallery opened in Chelsea. Only some of the mega gallery’s expensive art is for sale, and residents wonder how its opening will impact the neighborhood.

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    As they grow, recreational soccer leagues request more field space in New York City parks. But the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation can’t seem to meet their demands.

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    Aladdin Hotel: Notorious Hell’s Kitchen homeless shelter begins its shutdown

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    City begins busing residents to new homes, while others remain in rundown shelter not knowing when they will move.

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    High school seniors launch student-run café

    High school seniors launch student-run café
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    Seniors at Food and Finance High School hope their new student-run café will land them scholarships and culinary jobs.

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