De Blasio marches in Columbus Day Parade despite protests, city not fulfilling homeless promises, more

By  | October 9, 2017 - 11:00AM

Amid controversy surrounding Columbus statues in the city, the mayor will march in the Manhattan Columbus Day parade (DNAinfo)

Renting instead of buying is increasingly popular for wealthy people round the country (CityLab)

New York officials are expecting an influx of Puerto Ricans in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria (amNewYork)

Here are five ways to de-clutter your apartment now (My First Apartment)

Speaking of de-cluttering, here's how to create storage in every room of your apartment (Apartment Therapy)

Despite officials' vows to stop the practice altogether, the city is still housing homeless people in hotels (DNAinfo)

A man's body was found in a shallow grave behind a house in Bushwick, and the former super is reportedly a person of interest (Pix11)

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