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Pedestrians walk past the art installation called "Wake" by artist Mel Chin, which is located in the middle of Manhattan's Times Square. "Wake," a sculpture that looks like the hull of a shipwreck will be placed next to the skeletal "remains" of a marine mammal. It will be active from July 11 to September 5 at the Broadway Plaza between 46th Street and 47th Street as part of Mel Chin: All Over the Place. Photographed by staffer @anthony.delmundo.photography
Widow Patricia Ann McDonald thanked the Mounted Unit officers at the plaque unveiling ceremony honoring her late husband Detective Steven McDonald in Central Park at 108th St, the location where he was shot in 1986. The ceremony was attended by McDonald's son NYPD Sergeant Conor McDonald, Mayor Bill de Blasio, Police Commissioner James O'Neill and former NYC Mayor David Dinkins on Thursday. “It’s a site where something horrible happened and that could have been the end of the story, but it was the beginning of a story that was so extraordinary and so inspiring,” Mayor de Blasio said his remarks honoring the late detective. Photographed by staffer @susanwatts3
Fans line up to watch NY Mets Noah Syndergaard warm up before pitching for the Brooklyn Cyclones at the MCU Park, Coney Island on Sunday. He made his first rehab start since landing on the disabled list in late May with a strained ligament in his right index finger. Photographed by staffer Andrew Savulich. “The first inning was a little rough,” Syndergaard said. “But I felt like I got in a good rhythm and a good groove as the game went on.”
Genesis Villella, center, and her twin siblings Peter, left, and Delilah Vega, the children of slain New York Police Department Detective Miosotis Familia during a street renaming ceremony outside the NYPD's 46th Precinct on Thursday, in the Bronx, N.Y. The NYPD marked the one-year anniversary of Detective Familia's death with a memorial and street renaming outside the Bronx precinct where she worked. As Villella spoke, she recalled her mother as a hero and “the embodiment of strength” who loved her family and her city. Photographed by staffer @jameskeivom . For more images, check out our Instagram stories.
Joey Chestnut, center, competes in the men's division of the 2018 Nathan's Famous Fourth Of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest on Wednesday, July 4. The king of competitive eating slammed down a record 74 franks in steamy Coney Island to easily capture his 11th Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog contest in the last 12 years. Photographed by staffer @jameskeivom . To see more images, check out Instagram stories.
Yeni Gonzalez, right is hugged by volunteer Janey Pearl Starks outside the Cayuga Center on Park Avenue in Manhattan on Tuesday, July 3. Gonzalez was reunited with her three children after being detained and separated from them at the U.S. border in May. “Thank God I found them in good conditions. They were happy to see me. When they saw me they hugged me and they cried. They told me they want me to take them home soon,” the immigrant mom said after the private meeting. Photographed by staffer @marcussantos1
Mourners packed into Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in the Bronx, on Wednesday to pay their last respects to Lesandro (Junior) Guzman-Feliz, the 15-year-old who was murdered last week at the hands of a machete-wielding street gang. Pallbearers, included the victim’s father, Lisandro Guzman, wore Yankees jerseys as they honored the innocent teen who had dreamed of someday becoming a police officer. Photographed by staffer @jameskeivom
People gather at a memorial for stabbing victim Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, 15, at Cruz and Chiky Grocery store in the Bronx on Monday. Police hauled five suspects into custody for the brutal mistaken-identity killing of the Bronx teenager in front of the grocery store. Photographed by staffer @jameskeivom . For more of the coverage, check out our instagram stories.
Sing for Hope, a non-profit organization that has been placing pianos in various places in New York City including "Broadway Melody", that was located in Times Square. This piano was designed by Playbill staffers to “celebrate the joy of the Broadway community with the Playbill’s past and present.” The 2018 Sing for Hope pianos will be on display until June 24. To see more images, check out our Instagram stories. Photographed by @samfuller.nef