The Mortician’s Daughter

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NYC Developers Rely on Amazon Hardwoods

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South Street Seaport is getting a new pier.

Housing Project Residents Feel Left Out

New hotels, including this Howard Johnson, are changing the face of the neighborhood but not bringing many jobs.

By Jason Shaltiel
As Long Island City has undergone gentrification, many residents of the nation’s largest housing project feel left out.

From Stage to Pulpit, a Rabbi’s Journey


By Jason Shaltiel
Jessica Kate Meyer, who put aside an acting career, believes a woman’s voice in the pulpit empowers women.

Farming Tradition at English County Fair


By Ben Long
Prize sheep, vintage tractors and military air shows helped attract 60,000 people to the Lincolnshire Show in England.

Post-Storm, Financial District Recovers

Alex Cohen in front of 1 West Street in lower Manhattan, from which tenants were evacuated after Hurricane Sandy.

By Lisa Olson
Three years after, Hurricane Sandy, rents have increased in the parts of lower Manhattan that were flooded.

The Chinese Are Leaving Chinatown


By Richard Ng
New condos and hotels are driving out the Asian population and the businesses that cater to longtime residents.

Small Shops Adapt on Boroughs’ Border


By Rebecca Ungarino
Call it Quooklyn or call it Ridgewick, longstanding businesses feel the pressure of affluence.