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  1. my favorite places
    74 of Our Favorite New Yorkers on Their Favorite Places in New YorkFrom a 24-hour Ukrainian restaurant to biking in the Rockaways.
  2. just asking questions
    Donald Trump Doomed a Football League, But He’d Have Been a Great NFL OwnerAuthor Jeff Pearlman on how Trump’s time as a USFL owner predicted so much of his presidential behavior, including his feud with the NFL.
  3. espys 2016
    Chance the Rapper Pays Tribute to Muhammad Ali at the ESPYsHe performed an original song in honor of the GOAT.
  4. espys 2016
    ESPYs Host John Cena Explains How Sports Are Just Like Pro WrestlingRoger Goodell is Vince McMahon.
  5. espys 2016
    NBA Stars Give ESPYs Speech on Racial InjusticeCarmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade, and LeBron James speak out.
  6. the sports section
    The Best Writing About Muhammad AliThe greatest boxer of all time has inspired some of the best sports writing ever.
  7. the sports section
    After His Worst Start Yet, the Mets Don’t Know What to Do About Matt HarveyHe got shelled Thursday night, and Terry Collins isn’t sure what happens next.
  8. tony bees
    Former NYPD Bee Guy Takes Swipe at DepartmentTony Bees left the NYPD amid accusations that he was keeping the bees he removed on the job to make honey that he sold for profit.
  9. Police Bust 14 People for Selling Fake Statue of Liberty TicketsThe alleged scheme wasn’t very complicated.
  10. the sports section
    Reports: Knicks to Hire Jeff Hornacek As New CoachThe future of the triangle offense remains unclear.
  11. buses
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  12. ‘Time Warner Cable’ Is No MoreSay hello to Charter Communications, New York.
  13. metro-north
    Fire Under Metro-North Tracks in Harlem Causes Major Commuter HeadachesLimited service has since been restored.
  14. nypd
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  15. office supplies
    Two Buildings on Canal Street Are Waging a Post-it War in Their WindowsThe elaborate designs demonstrate the creative talents of employees, as well as a rather impressive ability to put off doing actual work.
  16. blind thy neighbor
    Tribeca Resident Goes Nuclear in Dispute: Suit The suit claims a Tribeca woman positioned a spotlight, strobe lights, and a disco ball to shine into her neighbor’s apartment.
  17. This Week the NYPD Is Cracking Down on Cars That Block Bike LanesThrough Friday, at least.
  18. pedestrian plazas
    The Broadway Pedestrian Plazas Near Times Square Are Getting a MakeoverNew trees, new lighting, new water fountains.
  19. nypd
    NYPD Inspector Questioned in Corruption Probe Commits SuicideThe head of the department’s Highway Division was 44.
  20. Cops: Man Punched Subway Conductor in FaceThe NYPD is investigating.
  21. Skelos’s Nephew Arrested for Alleged AssaultWhat a family.
  22. Bombshell Report Details Russian Doping ProgramThe former director of the country’s anti-doping lab describes how it worked to the New York Times.
  23. new york state senate
    Dean Skelos Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison in Corruption CaseHe and his son had been found guilty in December on eight federal counts of bribery, extortion, and conspiracy.
  24. the sports section
    See Max Scherzer Strike Out 20 Batters to Tie a Major League RecordHe’s the fourth pitcher to do so.
  25. parking tickets
    Data Reveals NYPD Ticketed Legally Parked CarsA story with an encouraging ending.
  26. uber
    Uber Agrees to Recognize a New York Drivers’ Group — But It’s Not a UnionIt’s the first labor group the company has officially recognized.
  27. nypd
    Locations of NYPD X-Ray Vans Can Stay a SecretThe department will have to disclose some details about the vans, however.
  28. bridgegate
    Judge Rules That Names of Bridgegate Co-conspirators Must Be ReleasedA consortium of news organizations went to court to force the disclosure of the names.
  29. tombstones
    The NYPD Has Solved the Mystery of the Central Park Donald Trump TombstoneCops have identified a 33-year-old artist named Brian A. Whiteley as the person behind the stunt.
  30. the sports section
    Steph Curry Returns, Sets Record for OT PointsHe’s unreal.
  31. bad landlords
    Notoriously Terrible New York Landlord Charged With 20 FeloniesSteven Croman’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
  32. governors island
    Man-Made Governors Island Hills to Open in JulyThey weren’t supposed to open until May 2017.
  33. nail salons
    New York Nail Salons Ordered to Pay $2 Million to Ripped-Off WorkersThe governor’s task force has completed 383 investigations so far.
  34. investigations
    FBI Has Questions About Rat-Proof-Trash-Bag DealThe FBI showed up unannounced at the Parks Department headquarters last week.
  35. real esate
    New York’s Most Expensive Apartment Can Be Yours for Just $250 MillionThe apartment at 220 Central Park South would shatter the previous record.
  36. new york city council
    New Yorkers Will Have to Start Paying for Plastic Bags This FallFive cents a bag, starting October 1.
  37. the sports section
    Phil Jackson Running Search on Own ScheduleHe’s on his way to Montana.
  38. e-cigarettes
    Teens Will Soon Need to Ask a Cool Older Friend to Buy Them E-CigarettesThe FDA announced sweeping new rules for the previously unregulated industry today.
  39. the sports section
    NHL Team to Hire a 26-Year-Old Stats Junkie As General ManagerHe’s just two years removed from college.
  40. euros
    500-Euro Note to Be Phased OutThe European Central Bank is doing it to help fight terrorists, drug dealers, and money launderers.
  41. state politics
    Sheldon Silver Hoping to Serve His Time in a Cushy PrisonHe was sentenced to 12 years in prison Tuesday.
  42. east river skyway
    Real-Estate Executive Wants East River GondolaHe first proposed the idea in 2014.
  43. cathedral of saint sava
    Some Fear Church Fire Was Part of AttackThe FDNY says the fire wasn’t suspicious.
  44. crime
    A Body With ‘Cement Shoes’ Washed Up on Brooklyn’s ShoreThe NYPD’s chief of detectives says it’s “obviously a homicide.”
  45. the sports section
    Leicester City Wins English Soccer TitleThe players had gathered to watch an opponent’s critical game on TV.
  46. lawsuits
    Hulk Hogan Is Suing Gawker Again, Says It Leaked His Racist CommentsGawker denies the allegations.
  47. the sports section
    ESPN Edits Bloody-Sock Game Out of DocumentarySaid Schilling on Twitter: “Hmm #integritymuch?
  48. the sports section
    Leicester City on Verge of an Improbable TitleThe odds of Leicester City winning the English Premier League were 5,000-to-1.
  49. scare tactics
    ISIS-Related Group Releases Hit List With Thousands of Random New Yorkers on ItThe FBI is notifying everyone named.
  50. the sports section
    The Raiders’ Owner Wants to Move the Team to Las Vegas“We’re not using Las Vegas as a bargaining chip,” he said. “This is real.”
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