The Giants were never going to be in the Super Bowl. But did it have to be Philadelphia? And that other team?
A lock of what is purportedly President George Washington’s hair was found inside an almanac in the library at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y.
TiA, a Japanese pop singer who goes by a uniquely spelled single name, rehearsed a gospel song with the Rev. Terrance L. Kennedy, of New Hope Community Church on West 126th Street in Manhattan.
As one would expect, steak is the main attraction at American Cut Bar & Grill.
The federal trial for Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, is now set to start in September. He arrived in the United States last January.
Max Rose, the Democratic candidate in the 11th Congressional District, said he was “tired of this misconception of Staten Island as a conservative place,” expressing confidence that voters would choose “the person, not the party.”
Jonathan Cohen, a graffiti artist who came to an agreement with Jerry Wolkoff to allow artists to paint at 5Pointz, in front of one of his paintings in Brooklyn. “A federal judge said that the act of lettering is a valid art,” he said. “That’s amazing, that’s groundbreaking.”
Yu Mein Chow, a 56-year-old taxi driver who lived in Queens, died in an apparent suicide. Family and friends gathered on Sunday for a vigil near where his cab was found a block from the East River.
Jonathan Biss’s residency will take place over three days at the Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts in Katonah.
Talli Levine, 30, with her daughter Olivia, 1, and son, Harrison, in the playroom at the Brompton on the Upper East Side.
New York City officials are moving to install the first protected bike lanes that would run nearly the width of Manhattan, from the East River to the Hudson River.
Erik Bohen, a newly elected assemblyman from Buffalo, found himself seated in an unusual place in the Assembly: neither with the Democrats nor with the Republicans.
WESTHAMPTON BEACH The dog behaviorist Cesar Millan will train rescue dogs on stage at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main Street, on July 24 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: 100 to $250. For more information: 631-288-1500; whbpac.org.
The Working Families Party backed Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo in 2010 and 2014, but its endorsement this year is far less assured.
Dean G. Skelos, the former majority leader of the New York State Senate, and his wife, Gail, leaving Federal District Court in Manhattan on Tuesday after he and his son Adam were convicted a second time of bribery, extortion and conspiracy charges.
Libelle Polaki, 28, a Satmar exile, studies at Borough of Manhattan Community College.
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