Miko Mercer, 30, with the tiny home she is building in a warehouse in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
The bar at Salt & Barrel Oyster and Craft Cocktail Bar in Bay Shore, which opened at the end of March.
A Diamondback terrapin.
Connor Golden, who was 18 when he was injured by an explosion in Central Park, had his leg amputated below the knee and now uses a prosthesis. He is working this summer as a canoe guide in Minnesota.
William Arroyo, 57, is among a handful of homeless men who stay overnight in the basement of a bodega in Brooklyn.
SOUTHPORT “Daughter’s Love” (2016), acrylic on canvas by Katy Ferrarone, will be on view in “Mind Maps” from June 24 through Aug. 20 at Southport Galleries, 330 Pequot Avenue. For further information: 203-292-6124 or southportgalleries.com.
At Le Moyne College, a private Jesuit-run school in Syracuse, applications are up 14 percent this year, after the school introduced a $10,000 scholarship for New York students.
Students passed by a new development, Stanley Commons, in East New York, Brooklyn, near an intersection within the 75th Police Precinct once known as the “four corners of death.” There has not been a single murder in the precinct this year.
PLEASANTVILLE “Shut Up and Play the Hits” (2012), a documentary about LCD Soundsystem featuring the producer James Murphy, will be screened on Aug. 19 at 9:45 p.m. at Jacob Burns Film Center, 364 Manville Road. Tickets: $8, members; $13, nonmembers. Information: 914-747-5555; burnsfilmcenter.org.
On Thursday, students at Lenox Academy in the Canarsie neighborhood of Brooklyn struggled with the news that a teacher had been arrested on charges he sexually abused a boy at the school
The home where Jakiw Palij, a former Nazi prison guard, lived in Jackson Heights, Queens, until Monday, when he was removed to be deported to Germany.
Lt. James Darcy with the revolver he was issued when he joined the New York Police Department in 1987. The department is phasing out the revolvers.
Steepletop, the former home of the poet Edna St. Vincent Millay in Austerlitz, N.Y., is overseen by a society that said it does not have enough money to maintain the site and keep it open to visitors.
“Unlimited Edition — 1 of 6,227,020,800,” vase by Sharan Elran.
Beth Kennedy hugs her daughter after a meeting at a drug-treatment program. Ms. Kennedy tried to buy naloxone at a pharmacy but was discouraged by the druggist’s response.
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