Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Editor’s Note: Grizzly subway fight is latest blow to MTA

The agency needs to get a grip on violence that keeps erupting on the rails.

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Editor’s Note: Happy dogs offer an alternative to troops in the subways

Canine companions, in increasing numbers, deliver a calming effect for many riding the rails.

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Editor’s note: If there’s one way to get straphangers angry, it’s a subway delay

A work stoppage after a grisly attack on a conductor made for a hellish morning commute that was totally unnecessary.

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Editor’s note: A subway train improvement creates a whole new breed of straphanger

Everyone going back-and-forth across the open gangways on the new R211T cars deserves the distinction of being called “Gangway Walkers.”

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Editor’s Note: Build affordable housing in the Penn Station neighborhood, not tennis courts and fashion runways

A proposal for a venue in the area that would host the U.S. Open and New York Fashion Week fails to address New York City’s greatest need.

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Editor’s note: It’s housing, stupid

New rental vacancy numbers should spur political leaders to act fast to build more units.

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Editor’s note: I want to be an Age Disruptor and inspire others

Here’s how New York power players 50 and over are defying stereotypes, age discrimination and encouraging new generations.

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Editor’s Note: New York City journalists boldly take a stand and keep their seats

Reporters at the Daily News staged a one-day strike over cost-cutting, while other reporters at a City Hall press conference ignored an attempt to make them stand.

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Editor’s note: Hornell is no longer overlooked as America’s high-speed rail manufacturing home

The tiny town in the Southern Tier is on a comeback building next-generation Acela trains as well as other trains for transportation systems across the country.

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Editor’s note: Latinos in New York’s government need to get loud about representing

The lack of attention over New York City Council Member Amanda Farías’ historic appointment as the first Latina majority leader shows why.

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Editor’s note: David Banks delivered a sobering message about his response to the Hillcrest High School protest

The New York City schools chancellor recognized that “schooling” wasn’t enough to bring context to the Israel-Hamas war.

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Editor’s note: Pablo Guzmán, through activism and journalism, made a difference

The Young Lords minister of communication became a fixture of New York’s press corps after the group disbanded in 1975.

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Editor’s note: I was left off the Gen X list

City & State somehow missed including its editor-in-chief from its newest, and possibly coolest recognition.

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Editor’s note: Eric Adams ditching Somos is his loss

Besides partying, the whole point of the conference is to support the relationship between the island territory and New York.

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Editor’s Note: I confess I too forgot Staten Island

I visited the borough as a teen and didn't return for years until I needed it as a place to live.

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Editor’s note: Is the NYPD’s K5 robot an example of friendly AI?

The robot has been working the midnight shifts and a recent holiday, which makes sense for keeping a watchful eye on crowds.