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From Our Publisher: Why We’re Pink

  A message from the new president of CNG: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a time for all of us to redouble…

Maimonides Breast Cancer Center pioneered treatment in New York

Maimonides Breast Cancer Center pioneered treatment in New York

BY SHAVANA ABRUZZO   |  Maimonides Medical Center has pulled off more than a few medical miracles in its illustrious, 103-year history. • It…

Brooklyn breast cancer center gets perfect score

Brooklyn breast cancer center gets perfect score

The Maimonides Breast Cancer Center has been granted a three-year-full accreditation designation, with a score of 100 percent by the National Accreditation Program…

Popular walk ‘Makes Strides’ towards breast cancer cure

Popular walk ‘Makes Strides’ towards breast cancer cure

BY SHAVANA ABRUZZO  |   Big-hearted New Yorkers raised nearly $6 million for the American Cancer Society in the Making Strides Against Breast…

A survivor’s story of hope

A survivor’s story of hope

BY SHAVANA ABRUZZO  |  Breast cancer survivor Lisa Malwitz is living proof of hope after a diagnosis. Malwitz, an office manager at Community…



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IN PICTURES View all

The Chelsea waterfront was even more picturesque than usual on October 6, when over two dozen vessels took part in the Parade of Boats. Sponsored by the Metropolitan…

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World Cup as National Pastime?

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YOUR LETTERS View all

Letters, Week of Oct. 9, 2014

Beyond affordable units To The Editor Rent-regulated housing constitutes 46 percent of the city’s rental units. Add in Mitchell-Lama rentals, Section 8, public housing, etc.,…

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‘Park’ it Here for Kid-Friendly Halloween Fun

‘Park’ it Here for Kid-Friendly Halloween Fun

BY SCOTT STIFFLER HAUNTED HIGH LINE HALLOWEEN Before it was your friendly neighborhood park, the High Line was a spooky and sometimes dangerous no-man’s land where trains ruled…

Rediscovered Film Gives Glimpse of Penn South’s Past

BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC  |  Serendipity played a starring role in the making of 1973’s “Domestic Tranquility,” a short film set in Chelsea’s Penn South that now gives…

Halloween Happenings to Frighten, Scar and Even Enlighten

Halloween Happenings to Frighten, Scar and Even Enlighten

BY SCOTT STIFFLER    HALLOWEEN ONBOARD  THE GHOSTSHIP FRYING PAN  Built in 1929, United States Lightship #115 is now enjoying life as the Lightship Frying Pan (open to…