New York Daily News
April 21: Charter schools, carriage horses and pop culture
Manhattan: On April 16, the Daily News published "School isn't child's play," about a Democracy Prep school that is colocated with the Mid-Manhattan Adult Learning Center.
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Sun Apr 20, 2014
Annual Joey Ramone Birthday Bash announced for 2014
On Thursday, it was announced that the annual Joey Ramone Birthday Bash will be scheduled for May 19, 2014.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Popular Austin Street Gastropub To Change Name and Decor, Owners Say
The Flying Pig will soon be called "Austin Public," said Declan Morrison, 35, one of the founders of the pub.
Group to Spruce Up Kew Gardens Park for Springtime
A local group plans to beautify a Kew Gardens park, which residents say needs to be cleaned up after the long winter months.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Forest Hills Concert Organizers to Address Residents' Concerns at Meeting
With a series of six concerts expected to draw about 80,000 people to Forest Hills Stadium this summer, organizers are planning to hold a meeting to address residents concerns about street closures, crowds and traffic jams caused by the performances.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Signature Bank Adds Two Private Client Banking Teams to Network
Tamara Gavrielof was named Group Director and Senior Vice President heading a five-person team, all joining from HSBC.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
New York Daily News
March 31: Religious freedom, Chris Christie and carriage horses
Manhattan: Re "Religious Freedom First" : I speak for the 70% of Americans who believe that women should be able to make reproductive health-care decisions without interference from politicians or our bosses in voicing my displeasure at the Daily News supporting Hobby Lobby in the case before the Supreme Court.
Sat Mar 29, 2014
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Fri Mar 28, 2014
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Rego Park Residents Say CVS Tarnishes Their Neighborhood With Trash
Garbage from a local CVS store has been littering the neighborhood, often ending up in a nearby community garden, a problem that has been going on for years but worsened recently, residents said.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Wrightsville Beach Magazine
One hundred years ago, Wilmington, then as now, was one of North Carolinas five largest cities.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Zip Line and Giant Slide Among Ideas Considered for Proposed QueensWay
A zip line, dog park and ping-pong table are being eyed for the proposed QueensWay , which would turn rusty train tracks into a public park.
Forest Hills Subway Station Renovation to End in March, MTA Says
A long-awaited $25 million project to improve access to one of the busiest subway stations in Queens is nearing completion, the MTA said Monday.