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Trump’s Name Was Once a Plus for Some on the Upper West Side. Now It’s a Minus.

Tenants at 200 Riverside Boulevard at Trump Place voted to remove the Trump brand from the building’s signage. A judge sided with their decision.

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Inquiry: D.O.I. Watchdog Showed ‘Lack of Concern for Following the Law’

An independent inquiry found that Mark Peters made statements to investigators that were inconsistent with a recording made by a whistle-blower.

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Bruce Springsteen Shared His Memories of the Stone Pony. Now It’s Your Turn.

The Times wants to hear from readers who have visited the music venue. What made the Stone Pony such a thrill?

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‘They Aren’t Coming Home’: Mourning 4 Daughters Lost in Limo Crash

Tom and Linda King’s four youngest daughters and three sons-in-law perished in the limousine crash that killed 20 people earlier this month.

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Boîte: Williamsburg Gets a Trinidadian Cocktail Bar With Indie Flavor

Clyde’s, which is partly owned by Major Lazer’s Christopher Leacock, spins modern mixes of reggae, calypso and soca.

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Living In: Middletown, N.J.: Plenty of Space, and a Slower Pace

Despite a wide range of housing options (and prices) and easy access to beaches and the city, Middletown is often overlooked. But residents like that.

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Bruce Springsteen on the Stone Pony: ‘Just a Very Down-Home Place’

The Times interviewed The Boss for its oral history of the Asbury Park music venue. Here’s everything he said.

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NPR Names The Houston Chronicle’s Nancy Barnes Its Editorial Director

Ms. Barnes will take over a position last officially held by Michael Oreskes, who resigned last November amid allegations of sexual harassment.

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Mayor de Blasio Wanted to Encourage Voting. He Also Sowed Confusion.

The city sent letters to 400,000 people telling them they were listed on voter rolls as inactive; many recipients feared a voter suppression scheme.

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