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The annual tasting event and fundraiser will feature greasy, crunchy bites from eateries like FryGuys, Veselka and The Norm. [Read More]
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The man unsuccessfully attempted to remove the victim's underwear under her dress. [Read More]
The man unsuccessfully attempted to remove the victim's underwear under her dress. [Read More]
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We remember them for their comedy (Jerry Lewis, Dick Gregory), the music that will remain in rotation (Steely Dan's Water Becker, Glen Campbell), their impact... [Read More]
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The melodrama of "Downton Abbey" has come to New York City. [Read More]
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Head to the North Pole without leaving town. [Read More]
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The four-alarm at 565 W. 144th St. sent thick, black smoke into the air. [Read More]
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"Instead of a second chance, probation ends up being a land mine..." [Read More]
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The weeklong production at City Center is a "welcome treat," our critic says. [Read More]
David Pologruto was suspended without pay, the education department said. [Read More]
When conversation starts to veer toward the president's tweets, try bringing up one of these topics instead. [Read More]
Five panel members listened to the speakers in an atrium at Queens Borough Hall. [Read More]
Five panel members listened to the speakers in an atrium at Queens Borough Hall. [Read More]
Amazon is already investigating allegations of harassment leveled against the actor by his former assistant on the show. [Read More]
Those who need good music in a confusing world thank the returning Winter JazzFest, and those who need a good bar crawl, SantaCon is on... [Read More]
Roughly 50.9 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more away from home Nov. 22-26. [Read More]
Working with Wonder Woman and Batman on set was "like Christmas every day," the actor said. [Read More]
The man knocked over the statue twice in the last three weeks, police said. [Read More]
The man knocked over the statue at the Blessed Sacrament Church twice in recent weeks, police said. [Read More]
NYPD cops would need to identify themselves and offer business cards to people they stop during adversarial encounters that don't lead to arrests or summonses,... [Read More]
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