The Madison Avenue Bridge, which links East Harlem with Mott Haven in the Bronx, is one of six Harlem River crossings set to get a dedicated bike lane.
Ramon Fabian at his home in Manhattan this month. A New York State inquiry found that while he was incarcerated at an upstate prison last year, a corrections officer there, Michael Bukowski, used excessive force against him and then lied about doing so.
Water damage has forced the months-long closing of the 21 Club, the Midtown Manhattan restaurant that is famous for its clubby atmosphere and celebrity regulars.
Jasmin Walker, left, and Maechi Aharanwa portray a 30-something couple in “The Call.”
City Councilman Peter Koo, center, addressed a rally to protest the city’s plan to revamp admissions to the city’s specialized high schools, which draw many Asian-American children.
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At the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, works like “The Architect’s Dream,” by the painter Thomas Cole are on view in the New Studio.
Andrea McArdle with the cast of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes” at the Gateway Playhouse in Bellport.
PLEASANTVILLE “Shut Up and Play the Hits” (2012), a documentary about LCD Soundsystem featuring the producer James Murphy, will be screened on Aug. 19 at 9:45 p.m. at Jacob Burns Film Center, 364 Manville Road. Tickets: $8, members; $13, nonmembers. Information: 914-747-5555; burnsfilmcenter.org.
Michael Grimm after casting his ballot in the New York Republican primary in June. The former congressman, who served time in prison for tax evasion, was seeking to regain his seat. He lost.
The race organized by Orchard Street Runners is no jog in the park: runners fight traffic, and only the elite are asked to join in.
Dean Haspiel, a cartoonist, created “New Brooklyn,” a free web comics series.
Zephyr Teachout, who is running for Attorney General in the Democratic primary, campaigns on the Upper West Side.
The mayor of Danbury, Conn., Mark D. Boughton, second from right, who is running for governor of Connecticut as a Republican, talked with friends outside a diner in Bethel, Conn.
Dr. Mitchell H. Katz, the new president of NYC Health & Hospitals, is the system’s third leader in four years.
A hurricane protection project of the Army Corps of Engineers is creating disharmony on the beach of Montauk, N.Y.
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