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Mayor Adams inaugurates MNN's new 38th Street location! The Mayor and other city officials cut the ribbon on MNN's new studios on the west side.
More from this special event here: https://www.mnn.org/blog/MNN-celebrates-west-side-location
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The Etiquette Show
Editing Film & TV with Jennifer Lee
In this episode we'll take a deep dive into Jennifer’s approach to editing, storytelling and crafting narratives through her work on projects like Rosaline, the pilot for the Golden-Globe winning show, Ramy, and the The Fallout, which won the Grand Jury Prize at SXSW.
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Spring Classes Now Available!
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We've got an all-new slate of programs just for you.
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Effort to 'Defund the NYPD' Appears Stalled Ahead of De Blasio's Final Budget
Even though cutting NYPD funding has become a popular position among many candidates running for mayor, City Council, and other offices this year, the city’s current leadership seems unlikely to embrace any significant cuts to the police department in the upcoming budget amid a sustained increase of...
NYCHA’s Latest Rescue Plan Needs State Approval But That Won't Be Coming Anytime Soon
With a week left in the legislative session, New York lawmakers shelved a city-backed plan that aimed to revamp 25,000 NYCHA apartments.
Corey Johnson Discusses His Run for Comptroller
Executive Editor of Gotham Gazette, Ben Max, sits down with NYC Comptroller candidate Corey Johnson.
This Week on MNN
This Week on MNN we kick off Pride Month!
Manhattan's Best Election Coverage
MNN is home to Manhattan's most comprehensive election coverage.
We believe that democracy is best served by introducing you to every candidate in every race: who they are, what they stand for, and how their decisions will impact you, our borough, and our city.