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Edible Weed’s Literal Poster Child

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd’s experience with edible marijuana will live in infamy.

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Maureen Dowd: ‘I Love’ My Pot Billboard

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd’s experience with edible marijuana will live in infamy. Now, her likeness stars in a “Consume Responsibly” billboard.

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Smoking Is Cool Again In New York

According to new data released this week, New Yorkers are back to smoking in record numbers.Read more…

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Why Jimmy Breslin Was Jimmy Breslin

Two stories about the legendary New York newsman.

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The Resilient City

9/11 and toughest months in New York’s history through the eyes of a Rudy Giuliani speechwriter.

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The Flying Fireman Who Shined on 9/11

He defied death and gravity to selflessly protect New Yorkers until his final moments in the Twin Towers. Why Ronald Bucca’s legacy still reverberates—even at the hardest core of ISIS.

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Rudy on 9/11 and the Rise of ISIS

New York’s former mayor looks back on holding a city together in a time of darkness.

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Andrew Cuomo Can’t Ignore It Now

Zephyr Teachout clocked the governor Tuesday in big, progressive stretches of New York, taking 35 percent of the primary vote. Is this the wakeup call the Democratic Party needs?

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Why You Should Put $19.05 on Your MetroCard to Outsmart the MTA

We’ve all been there. The train is coming into the station, and you grab your MetroCard and quickly try and swipe it at a turnstile. Read more…

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Populist Dems Go Down on Primary Night

Though the result was closer than Andrew Cuomo would have liked, the New York governor survived a challenge from liberal Zephyr Teachout, while Rhode Island rejected labor favorites.

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The Cop Who Transformed New York

One New York cop made the city safer for all

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The Hottest Fashion Show—With No Fashion

Can you have a fashion show without catwalk, models, and actual clothes? At New York Fashion Week, British designer Gareth Pugh showed off a new kind of “show.”

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The Worst Airbnb in the Universe: 22 Beds in One Apartment

Airbnb is the best friend of Hurricane Sandy victims , single mom entrepreneurs trying to make ends meet, and, of course, high-class Manhattan slum lords who reserve the right to search your bags while you sleep.Read more…

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Get Ready for “Dangerously Hot” Subway Platforms, MTA Warns

A report soon to be issued by the MTA warns of what any New Yorker who took the train to work yesterday already knows: on a sticky summer day, subway platforms get really fucking hot.Read more…

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New York Fashion Week’s Power Players

Aside from the stellar names of Anna Wintour and Victoria Beckham, New York Fashion Week has a less well known but extremely influential cast list of movers and shakers.

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Why the Upper East Side Just Got Cool

Forget the complicated beards and artisanal obsessions of Brooklyn. The Upper East Side, long dismissed as New York’s drabbest, dullest ‘hood, is having a fashionable renaissance.

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Senate Pigs Called Her ‘Porky’

No woman, no matter how powerful, is immune from unprompted body appraisal, it seems—in a new interview, the New York senator says colleagues on Capitol Hill told her things like ‘you need to be beautiful again.’

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The Ghost Hotels of the Catskills

From ‘Dirty Dancing’ to plain dirty: Sullivan County—100 miles from New York City—once had over 500 resorts. Today, all that remains of these Jewish holiday centers is a constellation of derelict buildings.

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The Bin Ladens’ Michelangelo Connection

Osama’s family business has bought into the Carrara quarries, which supplied the marble for some of Christianity’s greatest icons—and for the Freedom Tower in New York City.

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The End of Beyonce and Jay Z?

The New York Post claims (again) that music’s First Couple, Beyoncé and Jay Z, are no longer crazy in love and about to split up. Here are the biggest reveals from their doozy of a story.

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