Pictures of the Week: October 9th-October 15th

Cardinal Timothy Dolan greets Mayor Bill de Blasio outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral during the Columbus Day Parade on Fifth Avenue on Monday. Ed Reed/Mayoral Photography Office
People watch a dance performance during the Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration on Randall’s Island on Monday. Edwin J. Torres/ Mayoral Photography Office
NYPD recruits stand for their swearing-in ceremony at the Police Academy in College Point, Queens on Tuesday. The newest class of 700 has the second-highest percentage of women ever sworn-in by the NYPD, and 60 recruits who served in the military. Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office
Fauzia’s Heavenly Delight West Indian food cart owner Fauzia Abdur-Fahman assists Shariful Islam with a voter registration form in the Bronx. The de Blasio administration and the Urban Justice Center collaborated with 12 food trucks around the City to register voters as part of Bill de Blasio’s #NoshTheVote. Ed Reed/Mayoral Photography Office
The family of FDNY Deputy Chief Michael Fahy is honored during the annual FDNY Memorial Service, which honors fallen members of the FDNY. Edwin J. Torres/ Mayoral Photography Office
Mason Roberts, 4, son of fallen EMS Captain Timothy Roberts watches the formal review after the FDNY Annual Memorial Service. Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office
First Lady Chirlane McCray stands with members of the NYPD for the singing of the National Anthem during the 15th Annual Domestic Violence Training Conference at One Police Plaza. Ed Reed/Mayoral Photography Office.
First Lady Chirlane McCray receives a flu shot from New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Commissioner Dr. Mary T. Bassett in the Blue Room of City Hall to remind people to get a vaccine before the upcoming flu season. Edwin J. Torres/ Mayoral Photography Office.
Mayor Bill de Blasio reviews his remarks before taking the stage at the Association for a Better New York (ABNY) breakfast at the Midtown Hilton in Manhattan. Edwin J. Torres/Mayoral Photo Office
The Mayor outlines his vision for New York City’s schools titled, “Equity and Excellence For All” to a packed house during the ABNY breakfast. Edwin J. Torres/Mayoral Photo Office

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