A quiet moment outside the New York State Assembly on Tuesday. After meeting briefly, lawmakers adjourned for a two-week winter break.
A view of Murray Kushner’s Journal Square tower in Jersey City. His estranged brother, Charles, has plans to build right nearby, but has yet to break ground.
Helen Moses, 93, on her bed. She is followed by Ruth Willig, 94; Jonas Mekas, 95; and Ping Wong, 92.
Tessa Grady, center, with the ensemble of “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” directed by Drew Humphrey, at the John W. Engeman Theater at Northport.
A group of family and friends dined at La Caye last month while their children were at the prom. The restaurant serves typical Haitian dishes like grilled conch, Creole-style broiled red snapper, stewed goat and pen patat, a sweet potato bread pudding with a rum-raisin sauce.
These sharks at the New York Aquarium find themselves corralled, hoisted, trucked, poked and prodded before finally reaching their new home at the “Ocean Wonders: Sharks!” exhibit.
Geneith Turnbull says that she was demoted from her post as a deputy commissioner at the Department of Citywide Administrative Services, in retaliation for repeatedly voicing concerns about the pay raise given to a subordinate.
Commenting on his electoral losses, Mark Green, center, writes in his memoir “that someone couldn’t rise in New York politics unless they got by me first.”
Joseph Percoco, center, is accused of taking $315,000 in bribes in return for official actions that helped companies receive hundreds of millions of dollars in state contracts and other benefits.
Patrons watched a horse race at the William Hill Sports Bar, which is part of Monmouth Park, a racetrack in Oceanport, N.J.
Mr. Cailan and Dashi, his American Bully, both recent transplants from Los Angeles.
Michael Grimm after casting his ballot in the New York Republican primary in June. The former congressman, who served time in prison for tax evasion, was seeking to regain his seat. He lost.
Cynthia Nixon has challenged Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo from the left. On Saturday she won the endorsement of the Working Families Party, a small but influential progressive group.
Ben Flambert, 42, left, at a Haitian-owned barbershop in Brooklyn, supports the idea of a Little Haiti district. “The Haitian presence out here is real strong,” he said. “It makes sense.”
Pablo Villavicencio Calderon was arrested last week by immigration authorities while making a pizza delivery in Brooklyn. On Friday, his lawyers asked that his deportation be halted.
Magnifiers at Clairmont Nichols Opticians, which has been in business since 1885.
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