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From helicopters to fireworks: ż’s noise pollution may be harming your health

Tanya Bonner couldn’t sleep again. The noise surrounding her Washington Heights apartment was loud, and Bonner, a St. John’s University professor, needed rest. She left her neighborhood for a hotel on the Upper West Side. “I knew I could go to the Upper West Side, near Columbus Circle, or go somewhere else where there’s wealthy…

Rent on the mind

In an annual ritual that features protests, counterprotests, and the odd arrested demonstrators, the Rent Guidelines Board voted this week to increase rents at the city’s roughly 1 million rent-regulated apartments by 2.75% for one-year leases and 5.25% for two-year leases. The body, formed of mayoral appointees representing owner, tenant, and general public interests, is…

Free & low-cost summer fun for ż teens

Summer is around the corner, and we all know how expensive everything is. If you have a teen who will be looking for free or low-cost things to do this summer with friends, send them this list.  Get Active Movies Concerts and Broadway shows Museums, zoos, and more For more fun summer ideas, check out…

A whimsical garden at Madoo Conservancy in the Hamptons

The secret gardens of the Hamptons are plentiful. We’ve written before about some of them, and are back to report on another must-see: the Madoo Conservancy. “Garden” feels almost too formal a word for the whimsical, expansive canvas that is this two-acre estate in Sagaponack village in the Hamptons. It was established in 1967 by…

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