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Herbert Pardes, Who Steered the Growth of a Giant Hospital, Dies at 89

A psychiatrist, he ran New York-Presbyterian after a landmark merger, improving its patient care and finances and raising money to…


A New Wave of Appreciation for the Man Who Drew New York

A somber gathering of artists and illustrators took place at a gallery in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan on a…


How a ‘Hidden’ $1.4 Billion Tax Will Make N.Y.C. Water Bills Rise

Mayor Eric Adams is resurrecting a budget gimmick and charging rent to the city’s Water Board, which will pass on…


The 5 Boro Bike Tour: Tough to Arrange, Tough to Finish

The organizer of the event, which takes place on Sunday, says it’s harder to stage than the New York City…


How Hudson Yards Went From Bust to Boom

The planned neighborhood in the far west of Manhattan has rebounded, at least in terms of leasing office space.


Thursday Briefing

Arrests at U.S. campus protests.


Goodbye, Gas. The Future of New York City’s Pizza Is Electric.

And just in time for a new city ordinance regulating pollution emitted by wood- and coal-fired ovens.


N.Y. Criminal Justice Group to Push for More Scrutiny of Judges

The group, which led the fight against Gov. Kathy Hochul’s nominee to lead the state’s top court, argues that judges…


Robbi Mecus, Who Helped Foster L.G.B.T.Q. Climbing Community, Dies at 52

Ms. Mecus, a New York State forest ranger who worked in the Adirondacks, died after falling about 1,000 feet from…


What Weinstein’s Overturned Conviction Means for His California Case

Harvey Weinstein faced similar sex crimes charges in New York and California, but the arguments used to overturn one case…

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