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  • Ways to Lose Your Rent Stabilized Apartment

    Mayor Bill de Blasio will have to preserve as many rent-stabilized apartments as possible to meet his ambitious affordable housing goals.

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  • All Quiet on the Seventh Floor

    A New York poet in search of solitude finds her secret sanctuary nestled deep inside the campus of Columbia University.

  • Crossing the Border Is Just the First Challenge

    Thousands of unaccompanied kids from Central America face new hurdles as they settle in New York, ranging from learning English to dealing with the trauma of the past.

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  • Church Meets State: De Blasio and Faith Leaders Powwow on NYPD Issues

    Mayor de Blasio and dozens of faith leaders conferred behind closed doors on ways to strengthen police and community relations.

  • Two Million Voters Have No Voice in Albany

    Some state legislators ran for other offices, some got other jobs — and some wound up in handcuffs, leaving 13 seats empty and millions of New Yorkers without representation.

  • No Lockout: Met and Stagehands Reach a Deal

    The Metropolitan Opera and the stagehands union have reached a deal on a new contract, ending the prospect of a work stoppage and assuring that the fall season will get underway.

  • The Ice Bucket Challenge And Other Good Causes: Do Stars Really Help?

    When actor Tom Hiddleston and Lady Gaga take the Ice Bucket Challenge, it makes a big splash. But do stars really make a difference in fund-raising and public awareness when they endorse a charity?

  • NYC Activist Shares Experiences in Ferguson

    Jesus Gonzalez met with members of Michael Brown's family, including his parents. 

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  • Check Ahead: Dry The River, 'Alarms In The Heart'

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    Following the success of its 2012 debut, Shallow Bed, Dry The River decamped to Iceland to record its new album, Alarms In The Heart. Known for its delicate folk songs that build to emotional climaxes, the London band's new songs cannot help but sound inspired by the country's grandiose landscapes. Stream the album in its entirety a week before its release on Aug. 26.

  • Pick Three: Matthew Weiner

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    Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner discusses the use of music in his new film, Are You Here, and picks three songs that he finds emotionally moving.

  • Olivier Messiaen's Turangalîla: Just an Old Fashioned Love Song

    Even for Messiaen, the Turangalîla-Symphony is weird. Stream the new recording by Hannu Lintu and the Finnish Radio Symphony and Angela Hewitt all week. 

  • Nina Simone: A Revolutionary Voice Of The Civil Rights Movement

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    New Yorker staff writer, Claudia Roth Pierpont, gives context for the recent Nina Simone film controversy and discusses the events that fueled the singer's darkest songs and most provocative performances.

  • Gem Club: Exquisite And Aching Pop Songs

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    Hear Boston chamber pop band Gem Club perform songs from its latest album, In Roses, in the Soundcheck studio.

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