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  1. new york city
    Random Stabbing of Asian NYC Man Results in Hate-Crime ChargesThe attack happened just days after city officials vowed to do more to protect Asian New Yorkers from racial targeting amid the pandemic.
  2. coronavirus
    Everything We Know About the Coronavirus Variant Spreading in New York CityTwo new studies suggest that the variant B.1.526 detected in New York City could dampen the effectiveness of some vaccine candidates.
  3. labor fights
    After the StrikeFear and tension inside the Hunts Point Produce Market.
  4. the grub street diet
    Andrew Yang Campaigns With Empanadas and Ramen“I was just ordering whatever I wanted.”
  5. vaccinations
    Should Restaurant Owners Require Staff to Get Vaccinated?A controversial firing addresses a difficult question.
  6. the city politic
    Maya Wiley, the Crisis CandidateShe believes a traumatized city deserves a progressive mayor — and she is certain she’d be better at it than her former boss Bill de Blasio.
  7. covid-19
    Lights, Camera, Testing! What It’s Like to Swab the StarsEntrepreneurs race from set to set, turning snot into gold.
  8. reopening
    How NYC’s Bars and Restaurants Are Preparing for the Return of Indoor Dining“We’re not thrilled about it.”
  9. coronavirus
    How COVID Accelerated a Fight Against Food DesertsA push for healthier food options for one of New York’s hardest-hit populations.
  10. covid-19
    Andrew Yang Tests Positive for COVID-19The New York City mayoral candidate said he is “experiencing mild symptoms” but “in good spirits.”
  11. the city politic
    Why Is Eric Adams Getting Snubbed by the Black Political Establishment?In a volatile mayoral race, the Black front-runner is struggling to attract key support.
  12. covid-19
    ‘I Vaccinated 3 People’: NYC Stopped Workers From Giving Out More ShotsThe Department of Health even told volunteers they could not reach out to communities to fill available slots. Inside the snafu.
  13. debates
    New York Loves Its Bodegas, But What Are They Officially?How the city keeps track of its most beloved stores.
  14. public policy
    Should You ‘Wait Your Turn’ for the COVID-19 Vaccine?Amid a disastrous vaccine rollout, is it wrong to take advantage of technicalities and glitches?
  15. coronavirus
    I Work in a Restaurant. When Will I Get Vaccinated?Am I “essential,” or not?
  16. coronavirus
    How New York Plans to Fix Its Sluggish Vaccine RolloutOfficials are attempting to ramp up the pace by opening pop-up clinics and clearing a wider range of health care workers for vaccination.
  17. new york city
    Homicides Surged in NYC in 2020The city is part of a national trend in surging violent crime that has been blamed on everything from an anti-police backlash to the pandemic.
  18. off like a shot
    The Vaccine Is Coming. When Will New Yorkers Get It?The largest vaccination campaign in the city’s history begins. Here’s what to know.
  19. bundle up!
    How Does Outdoor Dining Work in the Snow?New York City’s Department of Sanitation has issued some important new guidelines.
  20. covid-19
    New York City Indoor Dining Will Shut Down AgainThe moment restaurants and bars feared is finally here.
  21. intelligencer chats
    How Does NYC’s Crisis Compare to Past Moments of Peril?The city was in a very different kind of danger in the 1970s than it is today.
  22. coronavirus
    A Quarter of NYC’s COVID Fatalities Come From Staten IslandThe borough, which only makes up 5 percent of the city’s population, now accounts for a quarter of all COVID deaths in New York City.
  23. new york city
    Andrew Yang Is Reportedly Feeling Out a Run for NYC Mayor in 2021The 2020 candidate and universal-income advocate is reportedly asking New York politicians about supporting him next year in the Democratic primary.
  24. crime scenes
    Staten Island Bar Manager Who Flouted COVID Rules Hits Sheriff’s Deputy With CarDaniel Presti reportedly attempted to flee arrest after once again opening Mac’s Public House and ignoring COVID restrictions.
  25. vision 2020
    Trump Bashed New York City, But He Did Better There in 2020The president may hate his hometown and renounced his residency, but he won more votes across the Big Apple than he did four years ago.
  26. coronavirus
    What You Need to Know About the Mac’s Public House ControversyHow a Staten Island tavern became an epicenter for pandemic fatigue.
  27. new york city
    New York City to Begin Phased Reopening of SchoolsPre-K and elementary-school students will be able to return on December 7, and the city is overhauling how it manages its schools amid the pandemic.
  28. streeteries
    What Happens If Outdoor Dining Pauses in New York?People need spaces to gather. Do we want to see what happens when those go away?
  29. new york city
    David Dinkins, New York’s First and Only Black Mayor, Has Died at 93Dinkins, who served as mayor from 1989 to 1993, was reportedly found at home in Lenox Hill on Monday and appears to have died from natural causes.
  30. covid-19
    NYC Public Schools Ordered to Close Tomorrow Due to VirusA sudden, crushing blow to the city during a new wave of the pandemic.
  31. new york city
    De Blasio Warns New York Is ‘Dangerously Close’ to a Second COVID WaveThe city has experienced over 1,000 new coronavirus cases per day over the last five days, a level that hasn’t been seen since May.
  32. new york city
    ‘A Wave of Joyful Optimism’Photographer Dina Litovsky captured Saturday night’s ongoing celebration of Biden’s victory on the streets of New York.
  33. new york city
    ‘New York Was Celebrating Together Today’Photographer Steven John Irby captures images of the citywide joy following President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump.
  34. 2020 elections
    Watch: New York City Erupts in Celebration After Race Is Called for BidenNew Yorkers honked horns, banged pots and pans out of apartment windows, and flooded into the streets to mark the end of Trump’s presidency.
  35. new york’s finest
    The NYPD’s Top Anti-Harassment Cop Might Be a Racist TrollThe head of the department’s Equal Employment Opportunity Division is alleged to have frequently posted vitriol on an anonymous message board.
  36. scenes from your election day
    Scenes From Your Election DayNew York readers share images of their election experiences, including portraits from East Harlem, a voter’s very patient cat, and some free pizza.
  37. scenes from your election day
    Scenes From Your Election DayNew York readers share images of their election experiences, including PPE in Sacramento, an early-voting reflection, and some very happy waiting.
  38. scenes from your election day
    Scenes From Your Election DayNew York wants to see what your election experience looks like in this unprecedented, emotionally charged year.
  39. vision 2020
    New Yorkers Brave Depressingly Long Lines on First Weekend of Early VotingThe crowds were both a testament to intense voter sentiment and an ever-backward election system.
  40. new york city
    How Democrat Max Rose Is Still Taking a Stand for His Trump Country SeatHis point-blank, anti-politician campaign might make him the first Democratic congressman to win reelection in Staten Island since 1978.
  41. in conversation
    Andrew Cuomo on His Pandemic Response and New York’s FutureAlternately combative and reflective, the governor tries to make sense of the last seven months.
  42. covid-19
    A Brooklyn Protest Against Lockdown Measures Turns ViolentAt a mask-burning in Borough Park, a crowd beat a man so badly he was hospitalized.
  43. covid-19
    Cuomo Closing Schools in 9 NYC Zip Codes on TuesdayThe governor did not approve the city’s plan to shutter nonessential businesses or indoor dining, but that might still happen on Wednesday.
  44. new york city
    Councilmember: De Blasio’s School Reopening Was ‘Designed to Fail’It was obvious from the beginning there wouldn’t be enough teachers for students in classrooms, says a Democratic critic of the mayor.
  45. vision 2020
    100,000 Brooklyn Voters Possibly Got Ballots With the Wrong Names on ThemWith the first ballots arriving in New Yorkers’ mailboxes, serious concerns and potential errors are already popping up.
  46. coronavirus
    New York City COVID-19 Numbers Are Suddenly Rising After Months of StabilityJust as public schools finally open their doors and restaurants prepare for indoor dining.
  47. outdoor dining
    De Blasio Says Expanded Outdoor Dining Will Be ‘Permanent’ and ‘Year-round’The city’s Open Restaurants initiative will not only continue, but expand.
  48. reopening
    Let’s Just Make Expanded Outdoor Dining PermanentIt’s almost shockingly lovely.
  49. reopening
    Can Anyone Really Solve New York City’s Indoor-Dining Problem?“At this point, I just need to know.”
  50. housing
    The Eco–Yogi Slumlords of BrooklynHow did a couple who built an empire of yoga studios, vegan restaurants, and homes with “living walls” end up as pandemic villains?
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