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Mark Adams

September 17, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Hitting the Road

As a cabbie strike made it easier to flag down a school bus than a yellow taxi last week, the Big Apple did its best to keep moving forward.

September 3, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Dark Skies

A stretch of freakishly cold and rainy August weather seemed all too appropriate for a week of unseasonably chilling news.

August 27, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Moving On

As the city draped itself in black last week to mourn the death of Brooke Astor, stock-market troubles aside, the summer’s darkest days otherwise seemed to have passed.

August 20, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Round Round

In a week in which a freak twister whipped through Brooklyn, downing trees and smashing cars, everything seemed like it was spinning.

August 13, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Flip-Flop Weather

Citizens left the city in droves as August began, apparently fleeing the cloud of uncertainty that seemed to have settled over the city.

July 30, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Steamed

The city was shaken last week when an explosion tore open the ground near Grand Central spewed scalding vapor into the midtown sky, but steam was being blown off everywhere.

July 30, 2007 | Feature
Broadway’s Test-Tube Babies

They got the lead parts in Grease via reality TV. But will they get voted off our island?

July 23, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Oven Fresh

Mother Nature cooked up a heat wave to celebrate last week’s 30th anniversary of the ’77 blackout, but GOP front-runner Rudy Giuliani was feeling hot under the collar.

July 16, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Home of the Brave

As the rockets’ red glare faded over New York Harbor and the city awaited the auspicious date of 7/7/07, residents had reason to feel lucky.

July 2, 2007 | It Happened Last Week
Road Trip

As the city was drenched alternately by rain and perspiration, Mayor Bloomberg fanned presidential-run rumors by announcing that he’d cooled on the Republican Party.

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