New York

It’s Going to Be a Hot Summer. It Will Be Hotter if You’re Not Rich.

“We don’t own cars, so we can’t drive to lakes and beaches and stuff,” Jesse Amaro, a home health aide,…

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The Only Living Pay Phones in New York

SURFACING At one point in time, you couldn’t walk 30 feet on a New York City block without encountering a…

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The Stigma Attached to Housing Vouchers

Good morning. It’s Thursday. We’ll look at a lawsuit that accuses landlords and real estate companies of discriminating against people…

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Monroe, Conn.: A ‘Family-centric’ Community With a Small-Town Feel

Mike Korchinski, a branch vice president at Coldwell Banker Realty, cited a 16 percent increase in Monroe home prices last…

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Many Jewish World War II Soldiers Had Christian Burials. That’s Changing.

“There was a lot of concern among Jewish soldiers that if they were captured and their dog tag marked them…

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Buffalo’s Children Confront the Reality of Racist Hate

Good morning. It’s Monday. We’ll look at how students and parents in Buffalo are processing the supermarket massacre. And, with…

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Homes That Sold for Around $750,000

Each week, our survey of recent residential sales in New York City and the surrounding region focuses on homes that…

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How a Musician Turned Cosmetics Executive Spends Her Sundays

In 2019, Sandra Velasquez, a longtime musician most recently with the band Pistolera, visited her family in California and realized…

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Seeking Pills, Young People Head to Social Media, With Deadly Results

Now, when Snapchat users search for “fenta,” “xanax” or other drug language, the results are blocked. They are redirected to…

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Catskill, N.Y.: A Place Where ‘People Are Jazzed About Making Art’

Rob Spillman and Elissa Schappell closed on their Catskill, N.Y., house, an 1840s farmhouse on 6.4 acres, in the middle…

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