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In this week’s photos from around New York, dinosaurs are unloaded in New Jersey, handbell ensembles perform, activists release black balloons at an Apple store and more.

A model apatosaurus, left, and ankylosaurus, right, were unloaded from trailers Wednesday to be assembled and set in place at Field Station
A model apatosaurus, left, and ankylosaurus, right, were unloaded from trailers Wednesday to be assembled and set in place at Field Station: Dinosaurs in Secaucus, N.J. The dinosaur theme park is set to open in late May. (See related article.) (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal )


NASA’s 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, with space shuttle Enterprise mounted atop, flew up the Hudson River past the New York City skyline Friday on its way to JFK International Airport. (See related article.) (Timothy A. Clary/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)


Activists from Greenpeace released black balloons into the glass cube of the Apple store at Fifth Avenue near 58th Street on Tuesday to protest the absence of renewable energy fueling Apple’s cloud-based data storage service. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal )


Four handbell ensembles from New York and Virginia came together at Riverside Church on Sunday for the 34th Annual English Handbell Festival. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)


Ben Nguyen of Vietnam shook hands with U.S. Congressman Jose E. Serrano in an event organized by Citizenship and Immigration Services at a special Earth Day naturalization ceremony at the Bronx Zoo on Sunday. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)


The lap pool in the basement of a newly built townhouse on East 74th Street. (See related article.) (Andrew Hinderaker for The Wall Street Journal)


Police on Monday wrapped up the excavation of a basement on Prince Street, where law enforcement officers had been looking for clues in the 1979 disappearance of Etan Patz. (See related article.) (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)


Police arrested a member of AIDS activist group ACT UP at Wall Street and Broadway, near the New York Stock Exchange, on Wednesday. AIDS activists joined supporters of the Occupy Wall Street movement in a march through lower Manhattan. (See related article.) (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)


A group of Occupy Wall Street protesters were evicted from a Lower Manhattan space that had served as an informal headquarters on Monday. Here, the group gathered their possessions on the sidewalk while they figured out where to move next. (See related article (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal )


Nine people were injured and several trees, street signs, and newspaper stands were damaged in a car crash at the northwest corner of Bryant Park late on Saturday. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)


Donette Skinner, right, 13, cried as she walked home in Harlem. One of her best friends, Annie Fryar, was shot and killed early on Tuesday. Police said Steven Murray fatally shot his teenage half-sister as she slept, turned the gun on his mother and then confronted police in a frenetic shootout on a nearby street. (See related article.) (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)

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In this week’s photos from around New York, cheerleaders practice at the Northern Manhattan Uptown Games, a crane collapses at a construction site, getting the Great Lawn ready and more.


A crane collapsed on Tuesday at a construction site at 11th Avenue between West 33rd and 34th Streets in Manhattan, killing one worker and injuring three others. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)


Danh Ong, a grounds technician for the Central Park Conservancy, mowed the Great Lawn on Wednesday in preparation for this weekend’s opening to the public. (Mark Abramson for The Wall Street Journal)


Firefighters put out a blaze in the basement of Macy’s flagship store in Manhattan on Wednesday. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)


Mashed avocado on seeded bread, served with pickled carrot slaw and cherry tomato jam at Jack’s Wife Freda, 224 Lafayette St. (Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal )


Troy Flynn, vice president of operations for the Prudential Center, draped a New Jersey Devils banner over a World War II-era truck in Newark. (Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal)


A construction worker was killed after the second floor partially collapsed Tuesday at a home at 40 Frank Court in the Gerritsen Beach section of Brooklyn. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)


The Margherita D.O.P. pizza at Otto Enoteca Pizzeria, 1 Fifth Ave. (Byron Smith for The Wall Street Journal)


The ‘Rainbow Room’ at the Belasco Theatre, created for the cast of ‘End of the Rainbow.’ (Philip Montgomery for The Wall Street Journal)


The Truffle Mushroom Pizza with sheep ricotta, mascarpone goat cheese and arugula at Sons Of Essex, 133 Essex St. (Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal )


Cheerleaders from P.S. 189 practiced between events at the Northern Manhattan Uptown Games at the Washington Heights Armory on Sunday. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)

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In this week’s photos from around New York, people and pets enjoy the warm weather, a building collapses in Harlem, Cooper Union students drop eggs, and more.


A building in Harlem collapsed during demolition on Thursday morning, killing one worker. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)


A rally was held in Union Square on Wednesday in honor of Trayvon Martin, the Florida teen whose shooting death has stirred outrage among civil-right activists and some politicians. (Andrew Hinderaker for The Wall Street Journal)


Police examined a van believed to have been involved in an incident in which three people were shot at the corner of 129th Street and St. Nicholas Terrace in Manhattan Monday. (Kevin Hagen for The Wall Street Journal)


Beachgoers walked along Brighton Beach under heavy fog on Thursday. (Bebeto Matthews/Associated Press)


David Katz, 18, a freshman at Cooper Union, watched as Daniel Bach, also a freshman and his teammate, launched their entry in the school’s annual ‘egg drop’ competition Tuesday afternoon on East Seventh Street. Messrs. Katz and Bach won. (Andrew Hinderaker for The Wall Street Journal)


A runner took off her top layers Sunday before the New York Road Runner’s Half Marathon, which started in Central Park and ended at the South Street Seaport. The winner for the women’s division was Firehiwot Dado of Ethiopia, and Kenya’s Peter Kirui won the men’s race. (Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal)


Scientist Jason Head stood Thursday at Grand Central Terminal with a model of the Titanoboa, a giant prehistoric snake, believed, at 48 feet long, to be the largest that ever existed. The model was constructed from Styrofoam, fiberglass, textured epoxy and paint. (Andrew Hinderaker for The Wall Street Journal)


In Washington Square Park Wednesday, New York University student Melissa Cronin, center, 21, assembled one of 45 new bicycles that the university is adding to its bike-share program. (Claudio Papapietro for The Wall Street Journal)


Over the past 13 months, Paul Archer, Leigh Purnell and Johno Ellison have traveled more than 32,000 miles around the globe in a 1992 LTI 2.7 liter diesel FX4TK, better known as a London Black Cab. Earlier this week, they were in Times Square. (Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal)


Chris Jansing, the anchor of ‘Jansing & Co.,’ at the NBC studios in Midtown Manhattan on March 16. (Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal)


Edwin Bellanco, chef at Vitae, 4 E. 46th St. in Manhattan, prepares a country salad at the restaurant. (Byron Smith for The Wall Street Journal)


Helene Alonso, director of exhibition interactives and media at the American Museum of Natural History, played with part of the ‘Creatures of Light’ bioluminescence exhibit. The exhibit opens March 31. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)


New Yorkers—including Taylor Stanley and his Shiba Inu, Theodore—enjoyed the city’s warm weather in Central Park Tuesday. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)

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Abel Ferrara, director of ’4:44 Last Day on Earth.’ The film arrives in theaters Friday. (Ramin Talaie for The Wall Street Journal)


Slices of kale, quinoa and herb quiche at Smile to Go, 22 Howard St. in Manhattan. (Byron Smith for The Wall Street Journal)


At the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere, the Frank Gehry tower at 8 Spruce St., left, the developers are gambling that wealthy New Yorkers will pay dearly for a trophy apartment with sweeping views—even if it is only a rental. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)


John Mark Rozendaal performed on the Wall Street 4/5 subway platform as part of Bach in the Subways Day on Wednesday. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)


A bird perched against a blue-sky background in Central Park Tuesday; New York saw unseasonably warm weather this week. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)

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