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  1. Tower Planned for Upper West Side May Be Too Tall and Too LateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | The New York Times

    In a city seemingly exhausted by a long-running construction boom, the number of pitched battles over new developments appears to be growing. Community groups and elected officials are challenging a planned 668-foot condominium skyscraper at 200 Amsterdam Ave., as well as a trio of towers in the Two Bridges neighborhood in Lower Manhattan.

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  2. List of Five: Bobby Flay's Recipe for Looking TailoredRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | The New York Times

    The chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay, 52, often appears on television in his chef coat, but off screen he's found a reliable style that's part cozy, part tailored. It helps that he stays trim, too, which is no small feat for a chef who travels so much.

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  3. Up Next: Wiki, Formerly of the Hip-Hop Collective Ratking, Strikes Out on His OwnRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | The New York Times

    Claim to Fame Mr. Morales, better known by his stage name Wiki , is a gaptoothed rapper whose effusive verses chronicle the intricacies and exploits of growing up in New York. "You got this freedom - from the moment you can go home on your own, you can go anywhere," Mr. Morales said.

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  4. The High End: Micro Units That Come With a Lending LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | The New York Times

    With a nod to the millions of New Yorkers who live alone, studio apartments of less than 400 feet are setting new standards for efficiency. Now tiny living has arrived at the Brooklyn Cultural District with Caesura , a mixed-used building developed by Jonathan Rose Companies .

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  5. Want Fewer Crowds on the Brooklyn Bridge? You're Not AloneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | The New York Times

    The Brooklyn Bridge has become as famous for its outsize crowds as its sweeping views of the New York skyline - earning it the distinction of the "Times Square in the Sky." The elevated promenade of the iconic bridge is clogged with selfie-posing tourists, vendors hawking water and souvenir knickknacks, and harried commuters just trying to get to work or back home.

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  6. Sunday Routine: How Peter Zaharatos, Chocolate Artist, Spends His SundaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | The New York Times

    Peter Zaharatos, the owner of SugarCube , a dessert and coffee shop in Long Island City, Queens, has recreated company logos, the ruins of the Greek Temple of Apollo, and the Empire State Building, all in chocolate. A violinist-turned-architect and now a chocolate artist, Mr. Zaharatos, 45, uses his 3-D printer to design chocolate molds and plates for specific desserts, complete with moats that catch drizzled syrup and fillings.

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  7. Prewar, With a TwistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | The New York Times

    Prewar buildings have long had cachet in New York, but with decades of wear and tear, apartment layouts that have been cut up over time, and systems that are often outdated, living in them doesn't always stand up to the romanticized ideal. Still, for buyers like William and Nazak Savitt, living in a postwar building would be out of the question.

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  8. Nonfiction: She Breaks Rules While Expecting Students to Follow ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | The New York Times

    How would Eva Moskowitz have fared as an impudent young girl in one of her own charter schools? This is just one of the many unplumbed questions prompted by her new memoir. Founder of the extensive Success Academy charter-school chain, former New York City councilwoman, mother of three, Moskowitz has famously made a virtue - one might even say a brand - of her defiance.

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  9. Bobby Cannavale, Tough Guy, 'Can Handle a Pink Couch'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | The New York Times

    He charms Martin Scorsese and thrills his co-stars, so isn't it time you recognized that Mr. Cannavale isn't "the guy you went to high school with"? Bobby Cannavale answered his own door. There was no assistant hovering.

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  10. F.Y.I.: Different Boroughs, Different Library SystemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | The New York Times

    That's not to say there haven't been attempts to merge Brooklyn and Queens into the New York Public Library network. But we'll get to that.

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  11. Juggling Family Matters in 2 States, and Still Squeezing In ClassRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | The New York Times

    Darius Cummings drove through the night, his mother's ashes and her dog, Pistol, in the seat beside him. He made the 18-hour journey from his mother's funeral in Port Charlotte, Fla., back to New York City in his uncle's red Hyundai Santa Fe.

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  12. Renovations Shutter Subway Stations for Months. Some Ask, for What?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | The New York Times

    For more than eight years, Mohammad Rahman has sold fruit at 36th Avenue and 31st Street in Astoria, Queens, relying on the customers streaming from the train station nearby. But since the station closed in October, he said business has all but dried up.

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  13. The Hunt: Back Home in WilliamsburgRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | The New York Times

    Alison and Adam Sadel met in 2011 at the Equinox health club in Grand Central Terminal, where she worked and he was a member. They later moved in together, living with two roommates in a rental building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

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  14. Editorial: Let's Limit the Term-Limit DebateRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | The New York Times

    Horror film devotees are well acquainted with Chucky, the doll possessed by an evil spirit that refuses to die. It's kind of like the issue of extending term limits for New York City elected officials.

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  15. Herbs From the UndergroundRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | The New York Times

    Farm One just opened an indoor rare herb and flower garden in a TriBeCa basement, and many prominent chefs are flocking to it. In the basement of a loft-style building in TriBeCa that houses a vet, a dog swimming pool, an eye-and-ear infirmary, and a two-Michelin-starred restaurant, there is a working farm.

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  16. He's 22. She's 81. Their Friendship Is Melting Hearts.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | The New York Times

    Spencer Sleyon, a 22-year-old rapper and producer from East Harlem, and his friends were going around the room in October, talking about who their closest friends were. When it was his turn, he said: "My best friend is an 81-year-old white woman who lives in a retirement community in Florida."

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  17. Living In: Two Bridges: Once Quiet, Now at the Edge of ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | The New York Times

    In the 1930s, about 100 buildings considered slums were razed to make way for Knickerbocker Village , a red-brick, 12-building, middle-income complex that was among the first in the country to be subsidized by the federal government. Even larger undertakings followed, including sprawling public-housing developments.

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  18. Leader of American Folk Art Museum to Step DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | The New York Times

    The American Folk Art Museum announced today that its executive director, Anne-Imelda Radice, has informed its board of trustees of her intent to retire early in 2018. Dr. Radice, 69, has been director for just over five years, but during her tenure, she guided the museum through a near-death experience.

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  19. What to See in New York Art Galleries This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | The New York Times

    Through Dec. 20 at Jack Shainman Gallery, 513 West 20th Street, Manhattan; 212-645-1701, jackshainman.com. Through Dec. 22 at Mary Boone Gallery, 541 West 24th Street, Manhattan; 212-752-2929, maryboonegallery.com.

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  20. Planetarium Opens in New Jersey, Ushering in a New Kind of Star WarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | The New York Times

    Bigger is better when it comes to planetariums - a bigger dome to make the audience ooh and ahh, more pixels to make the stars and planets sharper, more colors to make them more realistic, more windows on intriguing but distant nebulas, more images of Earth as a shimmering jewel against the dark drape of space. This is especially true when the planetarium in question is in New Jersey, a state that perpetually has a chip on its shoulder.

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