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Today: George Washington Bridge bus station opens, a music teacher accused of sex trafficking, and police ID remaining suspects in Bronx vendor attack.

Documenting the Demolition of Harlem’s Historic Lenox Lounge, Now Gone

Horrified bystanders watch as woman is killed by garbage truck

A 60-year old female was struck and killed by a garbage truck in front of horrified bystanders in Greenwich Village Tuesday night, police said. (New York Post)

‘Pot-Bellying’ Bed-Stuy Building Has Collapsed

A witness captured video of the collapse. (Gothamist)

‘Pot-Bellying’ Bed-Stuy Building Has Collapsed

Tragic teacher’s mom demands footage of fatal Oculus plunge

The mother of the woman who fell to her death from the Oculus transit hub at the World Trade Center is considering a wrongful death lawsuit against the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey over the tragedy — but first she needs a video recording of the incident. (New York Post)

GWB Bus Station Finally Opens, 2 Years Behind Schedule

The bus terminal — which features seating for 125 people and disability-compliant gates — was slated to open mid-May 2015, but was delayed after encountering several “construction challenges” that pushed the date back even further. (DNAinfo)

GWB Bus Station Finally Opens, 2 Years Behind Schedule

When Federal Agents Visit a Queens School, Outrage Flows

‘Tarzan’ and ‘Rebel’ Sought for Breaking Vendor’s Skull in Beating

Police are looking for two men, nicknamed “Tarzan” and “Rebel,” who were among a group of five that broke the skull of a street vendor after he stopped one of them from stealing a purse he was selling, officials said Tuesday. (DNAinfo)

When Federal Agents Visit a Queens School, Outrage Flows

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services fraud investigators visited Public School 58 in Queens on Thursday. On social media, they were mistaken for immigration agents. (New York Post)

Brooklyn drive-by shooting that killed unborn child still has tragic consequences for young woman

A young woman may have complications having a baby in the future after she was shot five times during a drive-by shooting in Red Hook that killed her unborn baby and left her seriously injured, according to trial testimony. (The Daily News)

New York City music teacher arrested for alleged sex trafficking of minors

The founder of a New York City music school for children was arrested this morning on federal charges alleging he had sex with teen girls and tried to arrange sexual contact with girls as young as 8 years old, authorities said. (ABC News)

Documenting the Demolition of Harlem’s Historic Lenox Lounge, Now Gone

It was known for hosting the greatest jazz musicians including John Coltrane, Billie Holiday, Dizzy Gillespie, and Miles Davis. (Untapped Cities)

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