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Whether you want to dance early in the morning or watch stand-up comics vie for a bachelor, here are some events for you.

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1stdibs Inches Closer to the One Percent

A move from the New York Design Center to the fancy mall in the old Tunnel nightclub.

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At Charcuterie Masters, an event in Flushing, Queens, there will be more than 60 kinds of charcuterie.

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French cookies by the chef Marie-Aude Rose are available at La Mercerie in SoHo.

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The bakery chain from France, with more than 500 outlets, takes particular pride in its baguettes.

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‘Where the Hell Is HUD and Money?’ De Blasio’s Own Ally Pans Nycha Deal

Stanley Brezenoff, longtime public servant and Housing Authority chairman, broke with Mayor Bill de Blasio over a deal for federal oversight in New York City housing.

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Cuomo’s Approval Rating Drops to Lowest Level in 8 Years as Governor

Only 43 percent of those polled by Siena College reported having a favorable view of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, down from 51 percent last month.

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Watching two people meet on a downtown No. 1, left behind on New Year’s Eve and other reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

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Prosecutor Drops Abortion Charge in Queens Murder Case, Stirring Debate

The decision roused anti-abortion campaigners who are critical of a new law that decriminalized abortion in New York State.

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Tide Detergent to Clean the Subway? Cuomo Mocked It, but Riders Just Want Solutions

The dust-up between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the M.T.A. was barely noticed by riders who say all they want are cleaner and more efficient subways.

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