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Live, From the Childrens Ward
At the KidZone TV studio at Mount Sinai childrens hospital, Dynasty Arenas-Concepcion, 9, sings with Yolanda the puppet and Yolandas friend Nicole Wood.

At the KidZone TV studio at Mount Sinai childrens hospital, Dynasty Arenas-Concepcion, 9, sings with Yolanda the puppet and Yolandas friend Nicole Wood. Benjamin Norman for The New York Times

By ANDY NEWMAN
At Mount Sinai Hospital, treatment includes medical bingo, making a TV show and writing and recording a song (once the instruments are sterilized).
Kimberly Lee started fishing around the city three years ago. Now she is the Manhattan president of the Brooklyn Fishing Club.
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By JOHN PEABODY
Many New Yorkers have taken to fishing the East River. One angler even melts plastic in his microwave to make striped bass jigs.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the day after her surprise win in the Democratic primary, went from a long shot to a leader of a new progressive wave of Democratic candidates.
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Big City
By GINIA BELLAFANTE
The results of local races, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortezs win, reveal a coalition fueled by the same economic anxieties that supposedly drove Trump voters.
How Scott Rogowsky, of HQ Trivia, Spends His Sundays
By LIRIEL HIGA AND GABRIELA BHASKAR

The comedian is a big believer in grocery shopping, a proper egg white-to-yolk ratio, Mets games and daily chats with his parents.

Works in Progress
Monetizing the Space Shuttle Cafe
By KAYA LATERMAN

Its a plane on wheels, with a new kitchen inside. Considering the rise of the food truck, who wouldnt want a piece of this? Plenty of people, it turns out.

Neighborhood Joint
Mini-Golf in a Red Hook Warehouse
By SARAH FIRSHEIN

At Shipwrecked in Brooklyn, visitors can play 18 different holes in themed rooms evoking jungles, oceans and even the Coney Island boardwalk.

Bookshelf
Central Park Love Song
By SAM ROBERTS

Reading Stephen Wolfs combined guidebook and autobiography of his time spent in Manhattans largest green space is the next best thing to being there.

Character Study
Manhole Impressionist
By COREY KILGANNON

Paul Carluccio, 47, paints canvas rubbings of manhole covers on the streets and sidewalks of New York City.

N.Y.C. Nature
Ghost on the Beach
By DAVE TAFT

The ghost crab isnt like the other crustaceans on the shore. For one thing, it doesnt really like the water.

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