New York Times : New York
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Homes That Sold for 450,000 or Less  10h00 16 février
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.