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Headed Down Under Second Avenue

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The 200-ton cutter head of the subway tunnel boring machine was delivered April 21. The MTA released video of construction crews lowering the cutter head into the 815-foot long launch box, on Second Avenue between East 92nd and 96th streets–to the sound of ambient music, for some reason. (Video below the cut)
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Doing Double

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It’s Friday night at 9 p.m. and Jay Williams is still at the office. While his colleagues have packed up and left for weekends of socializing, sleeping in and spending time with families, Williams, a PR manager at Weber Shandwick, is still hard at work and facing a weekend of more of the same: finishing [&hellip
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Waitlist Drama

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What do you get when you mix waitlists, gifted programs and one of the most sought-after kindergartens in the city? Our guess is one group of ticked off parents, who seem to be spoiling for a fight with the Department of Education officials attending tonight"s meeting at Wagner Middle School
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Students’ Vision Will Shape New MLK Campus Plaza

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Walking by the Martin Luther King High School campus, it’s hard to tell that there are actually six different theme-based high schools housed in the same complex, at 122 Amsterdam Ave. and West 66th Street. In its current dilapidated condition, not many people use the plaza outside the building, but faculty and students of Manhattan [&hellip
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Students’ Vision Will Shape New MLK Campus Plaza

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Walking by the Martin Luther King High School campus, it’s hard to tell that there are actually six different theme-based high schools housed in the same complex, at 122 Amsterdam Ave. and West 66th Street. In its current dilapidated condition, not many people use the plaza outside the building, but faculty and students of Manhattan [&hellip
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