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Finding Resilience, 25 Years After 1993 World Trade Center Bombing

Finding Resilience, 25 Years After 1993 World Trade Center Bombing

Carl Selinger, right, a survivor of the 1993 terror bombing at the World Trade Center, with the man who rescued him from a stuck elevator, retired Sgt. Timothy Farrell of the New York Police Department.

Review: At Lugano Wine Bar in Old Greenwich, a Long List of Fresh Offerings

Review: At Lugano Wine Bar in Old Greenwich, a Long List of Fresh Offerings

Lugano Wine Bar & Salumeria has reconfigured a space occupied by other restaurants in the past.

Kushner Company Sues Jersey City, Claiming ‘Anti-Trump’ Bent Stalled Project

Kushner Company Sues Jersey City, Claiming ‘Anti-Trump’ Bent Stalled Project

The Kushner company plans to develop this lot in Jersey City. In a lawsuit filed on Wednesday, Charles Kushner claims the mayor reneged on promises of tax breaks because of the family’s ties to President Trump.

Airbnb Drives Up Rent Costs in Manhattan and Brooklyn, Report Says

Airbnb Drives Up Rent Costs in Manhattan and Brooklyn, Report Says

Apartments in Chelsea. The city comptroller said Airbnb rentals take units off the market for full-time residents.

Judge Deals Blow to Council in Fight With Mayor Over Powers

Judge Deals Blow to Council in Fight With Mayor Over Powers

Ritchie Torres, center, is one of five City Council members whose bid to file an amicus brief challenging the de Blasio administration on its property tax system was rejected this week by a judge.

Review: A Farewell Kiss, in Changing Times

Review: A Farewell Kiss, in Changing Times

The rock star Conrad Birdie (Rhett Guter) performing for adoring fans in “Bye Bye Birdie,” a musical at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, Conn.

Why Is It So Hard to Find a Pool to Swim Laps in New York City?

Why Is It So Hard to Find a Pool to Swim Laps in New York City?

A public pool at McCarren Park in Brooklyn during July.

Mother of Long Island Gang Victim Invited to the State of the Union

Mother of Long Island Gang Victim Invited to the State of the Union

Evelyn Rodriguez and Freddy Cuevas with a memorial for their daughter Kayla Cuevas, in September 2016, in Brentwood, N.Y. Ms. Rodriguez has been invited to the White House and to the State of the Union address.

In Deadly Bronx Blaze, Responders Battled Fire and Ice

In Deadly Bronx Blaze, Responders Battled Fire and Ice

Firefighters’ efforts in the deadly Bronx fire on Thursday were complicated by below-freezing temperatures and whipping winds.

Music Therapy Offers an End-of-Life Grace Note

Music Therapy Offers an End-of-Life Grace Note

Beverly Herzog, 90, singing with Kaitlyn Kelly, a music therapist, during a session at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale in the Bronx last month.

Conquering Her Mobility Obstacles With an Upbeat Attitude

Conquering Her Mobility Obstacles With an Upbeat Attitude

Catherine Sanderson, 50, in front of her apartment building in Brooklyn.

How Jonathan Goldman, Professor and Musician, Spends His Sundays

How Jonathan Goldman, Professor and Musician, Spends His Sundays

Jonathan Goldman, center, on the trumpet, often has gigs on Saturday nights with his band, Spanglish Fly. So if he gets the chance to sleep in on Sundays, he takes it.

Things to Do in New Jersey, June 18 Through June 26

Things to Do in New Jersey, June 18 Through June 26

CAPE MAY From left, Justin Pietropaolo, Jesse N. Holmes and Anthony Simone are in Matthew Lopez’s “The Whipping Man,” through June 24, at the Robert Shackleton Playhouse, 405 Lafayette Street. Tickets: $18 to $38. Information: capemaystage.com; 609-770-8311.

In New York Budget, a Fusillade Against de Blasio

In New York Budget, a Fusillade Against de Blasio

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo speaking to reporters in Albany, where he and lawmakers agreed on a $168 billion spending plan that would require more state oversight of New York City.

For Disabled Subway Riders, the Biggest Challenge Can Be Getting to the Train

For Disabled Subway Riders, the Biggest Challenge Can Be Getting to the Train

Gabriela Amari, using a subway elevator, must take a circuitous route to work because the station she lives near is not accessible. Only about a quarter of the subway’s 472 stations have elevators.


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