On the Market: High Line Mechanic Out; Second Ave. Sinatra's Swan Song; Irene Uncovers Skeleton


Study finds cancer link with ground zero exposure. [Journal]

Depart of Ed debates teaching 9/11 in the schools. [NY Post]

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Thousands of trees brought down by Hurricane Irene. [NY Times]

If we actually invested in infrastructure, the storm damage would not have been so bad. [WNYC]

Receding flood waters turn up skeleton in Staten Island basement. [NY Post]

MetroNorth’s Port Jervis line will not reopen for months after Irene devastation. [NY Times]

Politicians want Con Ed to bury its lines, Con Ed says it will mean rate hikes. [Daily News]

High Line mechanic‘s last rent check rejected. [NY Post]

A look at the 34th Street Uniqlo. [Racked]

Singing ironworker known as Second Avenue Sinatra leaves the subway site for Queens [Daily News]

The five faces of Harry Winston’s. [NY Times]

Taking a look at the proposed Downtown Brooklyn skyscraper historic district. [Brownstoner]

Do bed bugs make us more of New Yorkers? [BrickUnderground]

Needing to move because the neighbor kids use your door as a soccer goal. [NY Times]

Inside Donny Deutsch’ renovated East Side townhouse. [Curbed]

Billion-dollar Flushing housing complex Sky View Parc stirs anew. [NY Times]