“Unlimited Edition — 1 of 6,227,020,800,” vase by Sharan Elran.
Talli Levine, 30, with her daughter Olivia, 1, and son, Harrison, in the playroom at the Brompton on the Upper East Side.
Eric Spencer wants to add an aquarium to the medians in a nine-block stretch of Park Avenue in Manhattan. “There’s a tongue-in-cheek connection,” he said. “You know, the classic stereotype, guys and gals on their phones, sharks, doing their thing.”
Claudia Ward with her daughter, Cleo Allan, in front of 15 Broad Street in Lower Manhattan, where they live. Ms. Ward opposes a plan to build glass elevators to provide access to a subway station, arguing that they could become a terror target.
Michael Guagno and Jenny Sheffer Stevens in “Animals Out of Paper.”
Israel Reyes, at Public School 69X in the Bronx, wanted to brighten the building for students. “There were no colors,” he said of what it looked like before. “It was like walking into a prison.”
A yellow-billed cuckoo.
Second from right, Kimberly Watkins, president of the District 3 community education council, a parent advisory group. She said the “recalibration” was “a first step toward meaningful change in our long-term District 3 segregation problem.”
Waves of motorists seeking to avoid George Washington Bridge traffic descend daily onto Leonia’s main thoroughfares. But a new ban will keep them off its side streets.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, left, and Carmen Fariña at City Hall on Thursday. Ms. Fariña announced that she was stepping down as head of the city’s schools after four years.
Eric Schneiderman, who resigned Monday as New York’s attorney general after claims that he had physically assaulted several women, in his office in December.
A Binghamton University student was fatally stabbed in his dormitory, Windham Hall, last week — the second murder of a Binghamton student in two months.
A playground at the Riis Houses in Manhattan was repaired after an audit by the city comptroller found unsafe conditions there and at hundreds of other playgrounds at Nycha housing projects.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who opposed marijuana legalization efforts in the past, said recently that “facts have changed” around the drug.
A detail from James Prosek’s “Tree of Life,” 2016.
This was the second trial for Norman Seabrook, who for two decades led the New York City correction officers’ union. He left the courthouse during his first trial, which ended in a mistrial, with a smile. But he was convicted on Wednesday of accepting a bribe.
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