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  1. democratic primaries
    It Looks Like the Left Had a Very Good Primary Night in New YorkEliot Engel turned out to be the new Joe Crowley after all.
  2. reopening
    Is It Time to Get Rid of Menus for Good?Many people are wondering why we still cling to the idea of unsanitary, wasteful paper.
  3. vulture sports
    New York City Marathon Officially Canceled Over Ongoing Coronavirus ConcernsDetails about a virtual race will be announced in July.
  4. ooh ahh
    Macy’s to Set Off Fireworks Across New York City, With No Warning, for a WeekThe displays will be “unannounced” to prevent gatherings.
  5. local news
    Mayor de Blasio Announces Task Force to Crack Down on Illegal FireworksA team of officers and fire department members will go after the suppliers, the mayor said.
  6. new york city
    Boss of the BeachFor 40 years, the city’s lifeguard corps has been mired in controversy, and for 40 years it’s been run by one man: Peter Stein.
  7. reopening
    NYC Releases Safe-Dining Guidelines for Reopened RestaurantsAs outdoor dining returns, the city is promoting ways to limit exposure.
  8. politics
    How Bill de Blasio Lost New YorkWeeks into the George Floyd protests, the mayor has alienated his constituents, the police, and even his own staff.
  9. black lives matter
    Joyous Scenes From This Year’s Juneteeth CelebrationsSee images from Friday’s events throughout the country commemorating the end of slavery in America.
  10. reopening
    NYC Restaurants Can Open for Outdoor Dining on Monday. Here’s How It Will Work.Phase two officially begins on Monday — and restaurants can reopen with outside dining.
  11. reopening
    Governor Cuomo Says Outdoor Dining Could Start Next Week in NYCBut Bill de Blasio has other ideas.
  12. chains
    No, Shake Shack Did Not Intentionally Poison Police OfficersAn investigation was launched after NYPD officers fell sick.
  13. police reform
    The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy of the Police Protest MovementPolice unions are making it clear they won’t be part of any meaningful reform — and undermining their own political and moral support in the process.
  14. labor issues
    Mayor de Blasio Announces Plan to Help Some of NYC’s Family-Run RestaurantsOwners will be required to pay workers a subsidized $20-per-hour wage, prompting criticism from the NYC Hospitality Alliance.
  15. reopening
    New York’s Restaurants Are Going to Feel Weird for a WhileThe state has released official reopening guidelines for restaurants.
  16. diary of a hospital
    How One Brooklyn Hospital Survived Its Deadliest SpringCOVID-19 hit Mount Sinai Brooklyn early and hard. Now, the staff reflects on what they learned in a crisis.
  17. george floyd
    See George Floyd Protest Photos From Around the U.S.Scenes from demonstrations in cities around the country.
  18. street vendors
    NYPD Will No Longer Be Involved in Street Vendor Enforcement“Moving vendor enforcement away from NYPD is a welcomed decision, but we await further details of the replacement plan.”
  19. coronavirus
    Scenes From Phase One of NYC’s ReopeningIt’s day one of phase one in New York City’s gradual reopening. Here’s what that looks like.
  20. rip
    She Was a Godmother for New York’s Vietnamese Restaurant CommunityRemembering Anh-Tuyet Nguyen.
  21. protests
    ‘The Next Thing I Remember, I’m on the Ground.’City Council candidate Marti Gould Cummings on being arrested for protesting.
  22. george floyd
    Who Will You Believe, de Blasio or Your Lying Eyes?The mayor would like you to believe the NYPD has “shown a lot of restraint” in cracking down on peaceful protests.
  23. first person
    ‘There’s a High Probability I Would Have Marched’: On Being Black and NYPDA black NYPD officer discusses fear, tokenism, and what police and George Floyd protesters have in common.
  24. food delivery
    Delivery Workers Are Doing Their Jobs. The Police Aren’t.A video shows one Caviar courier being arrested by six officers.
  25. the grub street diet
    Artist Stephanie H. Shih Eats Between Protests“I knew it was going to be bad, but it was a lot worse than I expected.”
  26. george floyd protests
    De Blasio: I Have Not Seen Videos of NYPD Attacking ProtestersThe mayor praised the NYPD for showing “restraint” at protests, despite viral clips to the contrary. He was later booed at a George Floyd memorial.
  27. reopening
    Mayor Announces Plan for Expanded Outdoor Dining in NYCRestaurant reopenings could begin in early July.
  28. street vendors
    Street-Vendor Organizations Declare Support for Black Lives Matter“We condemn the violence and brutality police are using against those fighting for the right to exist.”
  29. george floyd
    Over 10,000 Americans Have Been Arrested at George Floyd Protests: Live UpdatesOn Wednesday night, New York police cracked down on peaceful protesters who had defied the citywide curfew.
  30. george floyd
    Photos: Following a George Floyd Protest Through ManhattanThousands of protesters marched peacefully through the streets of New York, calling for justice.
  31. protests
    Food Delivery Under CurfewRestaurant owners are moving quickly to keep their workers as safe as possible.
  32. new york city
    Cuomo Claims He Could Remove de Blasio — But We’re ‘Not at That Point’The governor said Mayor Bill de Blasio’s handling of looting in NYC Monday was a “disgrace.”
  33. new york city
    More Chaos and Looting on First Night of NYC CurfewAfter an 11 p.m. curfew was ignored by looters Monday, an 8 p.m. curfew was put in place for Tuesday.
  34. george floyd
    As Protests Continue, Chefs Pledge Solidarity“Our window can be replaced. George Floyd can’t”
  35. new york city
    Looters Hit Luxury Retailers in Lower Manhattan After a Day of Peaceful ProtestsMayor Bill de Blasio blamed the looting on a “small number of violent protesters” who will be handled “very, very aggressively.”
  36. protests
    Brooklyn’s Protest Amid a PandemicThousands of people came out to demand justice for George Floyd.
  37. george floyd
    Scenes From the Brooklyn Protest of the Death of George FloydPhotographer Chris Facey documented the tense and emotional demonstration, which took place outside the Barclays Center on Friday night.
  38. george floyd
    Powerful Images From Friday’s Protests Over the Death of George FloydPhotos from demonstrations in multiple cities over the deaths of Floyd in Minneapolis and Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky.
  39. coronavirus
    Coronavirus in New York: Latest UpdatesMayor De Blasio is warning New Yorkers that they may have to “improvise” when it comes to their transportation.
  40. the bigger picture
    Photographing the New New YorkCheryl Dunn captures the city’s suddenly quiet streets.
  41. the grub street diet
    Author Bill Buford Likes a Late Dinner“It was now officially a school night but for some reason it was 10 p.m. before dinner was served.”
  42. the longest lives
    One of the Last Greenwich Village Bohemians Turns 100 in QuarantineVincent Livelli once seduced Anaïs Nin and is why Clement Greenberg knew the rumba. He’s still holding court off Washington Square Park.
  43. art
    See New York Through the Eyes of Hockney, Warhol, and O’KeeffeA much-needed love letter to the city.
  44. food we miss
    In Praise of the Walking CoffeeWalking doesn’t improve the taste of coffee, but coffee improves the experience of being in the world.
  45. the longest lives
    ‘Those Were Memorable Times. But I Don’t Want to Live There.’Jazz musician Reggie Workman played with John Coltrane, won a Guggenheim at 82, and can’t wait to get back to rehearsal.
  46. documentary
    Inside Brighton Beach’s Babushka Beauty PageantFor the past 19 years, the Your Highness Grandmother pageant has culled the best and the brightest of Brooklyn’s grandmas.
  47. food politics
    New York City Caps Delivery Fees at 15 PercentThe law is one of seven meant to provide relief for restaurants and other commercial establishments.
  48. coronavirus
    What If Nobody Wants to Save New York’s Restaurants?Two months into the government-mandated shutdown, any real “help” seems even less likely to arrive than it did at the outset.
  49. life in pictures
    The Brooklyn Borough President Sleeps at His DeskEric Adams, encamped at Borough Hall.
  50. reopenings
    McSorley’s Returns With To-Go GrowlersEven Peter Luger is delivering food now.
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