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  1. climate change
    ‘That’s What Hurt the Most: The Things You Can’t Replace’Five East Elmhurst residents on what they lost to Hurricane Ida.
  2. neighborhoods
    Twilight of the LiveaboardsA renovation that’s also an eviction looms at the 79th Street Boat Basin.
  3. neighborhoods
    Going Back to the Office Means Long Island City’s Rent Deals Are OverLong Island City rents are sharply on the rise as white collar workers flood back into the city. They’re up 5.82 percent in May over April.
  4. neighborhoods
    The Free Food Pantry Gets the Subscription Box TreatmentWellfare is delivering jackfruit chips, grass-fed turkey jerky sticks, and other snacks and drinks to NYCHA residents in Williamsburg and Bushwick.
  5. neighborhoods
    The Lower East Side’s (Not Very Well Known) Black HistoryAn exclusive look at the Tenement Museum’s new walking tour.
  6. neighborhoods
    What Are Those Purple Pantries Popping Up Around Central Brooklyn?“There’s joy in fruit snacks. There’s joy in the little things.”
  7. neighborhoods
    Upper East Siders Embrace a Homeless Shelter, Unlike Their Crosstown Neighbors“No fanfare, no problem. The men can stay,” said one local official.
  8. neighborhoods
    A Phoenix Is Coming to Coney IslandDeno’s Wonder Wheel Park plans to return post-COVID with a new roller coaster.
  9. neighborhoods
    A Coney Island Baptism Spot Might Be Declared a Superfund SiteA survey of local waterways once declared it the top “fecal hotspot” in the city.
  10. neighborhoods
    When NIMBY Met MAGA on the Upper West SideA group of liberal residents wanted to oust hundreds of homeless men from a local hotel. Then Tucker Carlson took up their cause.
  11. neighborhoods
    Heshy Tischler Wants to Be Borough Park’s Donald TrumpOrthodox Brooklyn’s most visible agitator, shortly before his arrest this past weekend: “You just wait for round two.”
  12. neighborhoods
    New Yorkers Step in to Keep City Parks From Turning Into ‘Junkyards’The city is neglecting its parks in the pandemic, just when we need them most.