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6 Cooper Hewitt Trustees Resign After Director’s Removal  16h58 17 février
The board members said they should have been consulted before the Smithsonian asked Caroline Baumann to resign after an investigation.
The Place Was Decrepit, but the Price Was Right  10h00 17 février
They didn’t mind renting a fixer-upper, but three years later they’re still working on it.
David Byrne’s American Utopia’ Will Return to Broadway Next Fall  21h30 16 février
The theatrical concert has been a critical and commercial success. A film version by Spike Lee is also on the way.
Homes That Sold for 450,000 or Less  10h00 16 février
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
A Bus Pulled Up and Parked, Obstructing Our View of the Sky  08h00 16 février
Stargazing in Fort Tryon Park, leading a tour group and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
A. E. Hotchner, Writer and Friend of the Famous, Dies at 102  21h06 15 février
His diverse body of work included novels, plays and a memoir about Ernest Hemingway. He was also a partner with his friend Paul Newman in business and charity.
Tessa Majors Killing: 14-Year-Old Boy Charged With Murder  17h26 15 février
The teenager, the second suspect arrested in the case, is believed to have wielded the murder weapon.
Taming the Wild West’ of New York’s Dangerous Private Trash Trucks  08h00 15 février
A sweeping overhaul aims to make commercial garbage pickup safer for pedestrians, workers and the environment.
Developers of Upper West Side Condo Tower May Have to Deconstruct 20 Floors  04h19 15 février
A judge has ordered that the city revoke the building permit for 200 Amsterdam Avenue.
A New York Councilman Faces Ethics Charges. For a Third Time.  00h14 15 février
If Andy King is found guilty, the Council speaker said that city lawmakers should move to expel him.