Monday, February 6, 2012

NYT: City Room

Unless state legislation is quickly enacted, dozens of New York City religious groups will have to find new places for worship services.

By Revealing Man’s Past, Lawyer Tests Court Secrecy

A civil racketeering lawsuit was sealed because documents revealed that one of the principals had a criminal past and had helped prosecutors convict dangerous criminals.

To Salsa Class, a Giant Has All the Right Moves

On Super Bowl Sunday, the end-zone celebrations of Victor Cruz resonated with dancers in Midtown Manhattan.

On Education
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