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Editor’s Note: A beloved Upper West Sider is frank about pandemic isolation

Brigitta “Brig” Ortner, a friend of local politicians and a Holocaust survivor, uses a dry sense of humor to keep up her morale.

Opinion

NYCHA needs big money for major progress

Here’s why the federal government should double the amount allocated in the American Jobs Plan for public housing to $80 billion and help bring much-needed change to the housing authority in New York City.

Opinion

How extreme heat is driving a call for policy changes in New York

It’s time to revise the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program to provide a greater safety net for residents, especially low-income people of color, with little or no access to air conditioning.

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Editor’s note: “Da Homeless Hero” makes a splash

How Shams DaBaron stood out among the VIPs at City & State 15th anniversary celebration.

Opinion

Time to shine sunlight on public authorities

Incoming Gov. Kathy Hochul should work to add transparency to these independent government bodies.

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Editor’s Note: Driven by excellence for 15 years

Our staff has consistently shown why they are among the best in journalism, as we mark a major anniversary.

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Editor’s Note: De Blasio’s free vaccine money a hit while Cuomo is down

Who knew the mayor’s idea to offer a financial incentive in the fight against COVID-19 would get picked up by President Joe Biden.

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Editor’s note: What shadows the milestone of traveling to space

COVID-19 and homelessness are among the unresolved issues that left a space geek unimpressed when Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos blasted into space last week.

Commentary

The promise and peril of Cure Violence in NYC

A network of programs seek to provide pathways out of criminal behavior for at-risk youth.

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Here’s how to reform the NYC Board of Elections

The state Legislature should replace the political cronies with professionals.

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Editor’s Note: A Kmart loved by punks and bohemians closes

The department store’s Astor Place location did what no one thought possible: It made its mark on the neighborhood.

Opinion

Latinas poised to be a force on the City Council

A record 10 Hispanic women won recent New York City Council Democratic primaries.

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Editor’s note: Why ticker tape parades are so important in New York

Last week’s procession in honor of essential workers proves that this long-standing tradition should last.

Announcements

City & State gets a new look

The go-to source for policy-driven coverage and analysis of New York City and state politics unveils its new website.

New York State

MTA leadership should be on the same page

The MTA needs clear lines of authority to address immediate challenges.