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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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New York Photos of the Week: April 15-21
In this week’s photos from around New York, the fruit of a search for the perfect doughnut, the latest in the Etan Patz case, a look at one of the city’s oldest Dixieland-style jazz band, and more.

The scene at Wooster and Prince streets in Manhattan on Thursday after FBI agents and NYPD personnel descended on the area. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and New York Police Department are looking for clues in the unsolved 1979 disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)

Friends mourned outside the home of Joanne Brown at 45-08 189th street in Queens Sunday after she died in a house fire. (PJ Smith for The Wall Street Journal)

Tom Farrington and Luis Recinos of Tom Farrington Designs in Stamford, Conn., arranged a display at the New York Flower Show, hosted Tuesday at the Horticultural Society of New York. This year’s theme was ‘Couture en Fleur.’ (Emily Berl for The Wall Street Journal )

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly showed off a knife used to stab Officer Eder Loor in the skull Tuesday. Officer Loor was hospitalized and had emergency surgery; he is expected to make a full recovery. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)

Limbo dancers from the UniverSoul Circus put on a brief performance at Super Wings NY II on Utica Ave in Brooklyn on Tuesday, to promote the group’s upcoming shows at Floyd Bennett Field, running April 18-29. (Emily Berl for The Wall Street Journal)

Engineers removed three fighter jets from the flight deck the USS Intrepid, docked on Manhattan’s West Side, in order to make room for the Space Shuttle Enterprise, arriving on April 23. (CS Muncy)

Sweet sour seitan with basmati rice pilaf at Candle Cafe West, 2427 Broadway in Manhattan. (Byron Smith for The Wall Street Journal)

Joe Licari, 78, on the clarinet with The Grove Street Stompers at Arthur’s Tavern, 57 Grove St. in Manhattan. For the past half-century, the same Dixieland-style jazz band has held the same weekly slot at the same Manhattan nightclub. (Andrew Hinderaker for The Wall Street Journal)

Art students from Bloomfield College worked on a mural under an overpass on Broad Street in Bloomfield, N.J., Wednesday. A mixed-use plan intended to revitalize the main business district in Bloomfield has yet to begin, nearly a decade after it was proposed. (Emily Berl for The Wall Street Journal)

Members of the I.S. 318 Chess Club played a practice match at their Brooklyn middle school Wednesday. (Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal)

A drink called the Eastern Block at Bourgeois Pig, 387 Court St. in Brooklyn. (Byron Smith for The Wall Street Journal)

Caitlyn Girdusky, daughter of New York Police Officer Michael Girdusky, held her father’s hand as she greeted a police dog at the opening of a new NYPD K9 transit facility on Northern Boulevard in Queens Wednesday. (Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal)

Hakeem Jeffries, a Democratic front-runner in the upcoming congressional election, paused for a photo after greeting some young men around the corner from his campaign office on Fulton Street in Brooklyn Monday. (Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal)

A carrot-flavored cake doughnut at the Doughnut Plant bakery in Chelsea, New York. (Ramin Talaie for The Wall Street Journ)

Richard Hell, known for his stints in seminal New York bands Television and the Voidoids, will introduce a screening of Robert Bresson’s 1977 film ‘The Devil, Probably,’ at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. (Ramin Talaie for The Wall Street Journal)

Beachgoers enjoyed unseasonably warm weather at Coney Island in Brooklyn on Monday. (Emily Berl for The Wall Street Journal)

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MIDAIR SALUTE MIDAIR SALUTE: A South Korean special forces soldier participated in parachute jump drills in Gyeryong, south of Seoul, Monday. The drills were part of a rehearsal ahead of Armed Forces Day, which falls on Oct. 1. (Reuters)

HOCKEY BRAWL HOCKEY BRAWL: The Vancouver Canucks’ Antoine Roussel and the San Jose Sharks’ Douglas Murray, right, fought during the second period of their NHL pre-season hockey game in Vancouver Sunday. (Andy Clark/Reuters)

CARRYING A CHILD CARRYING A CHILD: A man ran carrying an injured child after an explosion in the central Iraqi city of Karbala Sunday. Back-to-back bomb blasts ripped through the city, killing at least 10 people (Mohammed Sawaf/AFP/Getty Images)

MATCHING TROUSERS MATCHING TROUSERS: American golfer John Daly practiced with his eight-year-old son, John Daly Jr., before the start of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at The Old Course Monday in St. Andrews, Scotland. (Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)

A PIG FLIES A PIG FLIES: An inflatable pig floated above Battersea Power Station in London Monday to promote the release of re-mastered versions of Pink Floyd’s 14 studio albums. The image of the pig over the Battersea station is famous from the cover of Pink Floyd’s 1977 album, ‘Animals.’ (AFP/Getty Images)

HIGH WATER HIGH WATER: Villagers carried relief supplies as they walked through flood waters at Rasulpur village in India. India’s monsoon season, which runs from June through September, brings rains that are vital to agriculture but also can cause floods and landslides. (Biswaranjan Rout/Associated Press)

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Firefighters responded to a four-alarm fire on 4th Avenue in Brooklyn Friday, at the Danken Auto Supply Commercial Building. (PJ Smith for The Wall Street Journal )

Dignitaries attended a dedication ceremony for ‘The Kneeling Fireman,’ at the headquarters of Emigrant Savings Bank on East 43rd Street in New York on Thursday. Commissioned by the Firefighters Association of Missouri and cast in Parma, Italy, the statue landed at JFK Airport as the 9/11 attacks were unfolding. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)

Members of HUGE installed 96 portraits on the exterior walls of the Chambers Paper Building in Brooklyn on Wednesday as part of the DUMBO Arts Festival. The piece is part of artist JR’s Inside Out Project and features DUMBO residents. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)

Pedestrians walked in the rain in Times Square Friday. (Daniella Zalcman for The Wall Street Journal)

Rescue personnel worked at the scene after parts of a five–story building collapsed onto a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus traveling along 125th Street Tuesday morning. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)

Joseph Sisca Jr. and his wife Diane own a New Canaan, Conn., estate, complete with their own 6,000-square-foot natural history museum to hold the animals Mr. Sisca has hunted over the past 35 years. (Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal )

An aerial performer hung from a ring at the 2011 Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science in Flushing Meadows, Queens, on Sunday. (Philip Montgomery for The Wall Street Journal )

City Winery’s new Barrel Room, a nook within the winemaking and concert complex located at 155 Varick Street, serves 11 wines on tap. (Lauren Lancaster for The Wall Street Journal)

WNYU DJ Tim Sweeney, the host of ‘Beats in Space,’ returns to the radio studios on the NYU campus in Manhattan every Tuesday night to broadcast his show. (Philip Montgomery for The Wall Street Journal)

The 1/2 Chicken, at John Brown Smokehouse, located at 25-08 37th Avenue in Long Island City, Queens. (Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal)

Chorus girls sat backstage during rehearsals for the upcoming opera, ‘Anna Bolena,’ by Donizetti, at the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center on Tuesday. The opera premiers Sept. 26. (Philip Montgomery for The Wall Street Journal )

Students from Fordham University performed Shakespeare in the Park(ing) Spot on the corner of Ninth Avenue and 60th Street in New York last Friday. (Rob Bennett for The Wall Street Journal)

Executive Chef Kevin Lasko plated a shrimp Cobb salad at Park Avenue Autumn. (Nick Brandreth for The Wall Street Journal)

Mambo Marie Carmel danced with her dress, which was specially made for the Spirit Ezili Dantor, at a voodoo ceremony in Flatbush, Brooklyn, on Sept. 17. (Stephanie Keith for The Wall Street Journal)

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SHOT OUT: An Afghan police officer examined a shattered wall Wednesday during a visit to a Kabul building occupied by Taliban militants earlier in the week. After a full day of fighting, security forces killed the last of the insurgents Wednesday morning. (Kamran Jebreili/Associated Press)

SEEKING SHELTER: A family by floods took cover under a tarp Wednesday during a downpour at a camp for flood victims in the Badin district in Pakistan’s Sindh Province. Floods have killed more than 200 people and left 200,000 homeless in Pakistan this year. (Akhtar Soomro/Reuters)

GETTING READY: Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Rabbi Yehuda Mutzafi examined a collection of ram’s horns in his house in Jerusalem Wednesday. The ram’s horn, known as a shofar, is blown during the prayers for Rosh Hashanah, which Jews will to celebrate this year on Sept. 29. (Abir Sultan/European Pressphoto Agency)

SAFE: An injured man sat on his bed at the Kenyatta National Hospital Wednesday in Nairobi. More than 100 people were hospitalized in Monday’s explosion of a leaky fuel pipeline; at least 75 people died. (Simon Maina/AFP/Getty Images)

NICE WORK: Jim Hamilton of Scotland won a line-out in a Rugby World Cup match Wednesday against Georgia in Invercargill, New Zealand; Scotland won, 15-6. (Paul Harding/Zuma Press)

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BOY WITH THE MASK: Wang Gengxiang, known as ‘Masked Boy,’ played with a balloon in Shanxi Province, China, Thursday. The 6-year-old was severely burned last winter in an accident involving a pile of burning straw. (Jason Lee/Reuters)

TAKING A HIT: Spc. Marcus Clay rode in a mine-resistant vehicle as an improvised explosive device detonated in Paktika Province, Afghanistan, Friday. No one was injured. (Johannes Eisele/Aence France-Presse/Getty Images)

HUDDLED TOGETHER: Players were locked in a scrum during the IRB 2011 Rugby World Cup Pool A match between New Zealand and Tonga at Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealand, Friday. (Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

ALL ABOARD: Officials rode a train during the inauguration Friday of the second metro rail network in Dubai, which opened after a two-year delay. (Karim Sahib/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

SHIELDED: Police took up positions as protesters pulled down a concrete wall in front of the Israeli Embassy in Cairo Friday. Since Hosni Mubarak’s ouster, calls have grown in Egypt for ending a 1979 peace treaty with Israel. (Amr Abdallah Dalsh/Reuters)

FLOATING ALONG: Rob Hewitt floated past flooded buildings in Port Deposit, Md., Friday. Officials ordered a mandatory evacuation as the Susquehanna River, swollen with rain from the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee, continued to rise. (Patrick Semansky/Associated Press)

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