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3 hrs ago | New York Daily News

New M12 bus headed to Manhattan's West Side

A $4.9 million bus service expansion will take effect on Sunday, including the addition of an M12 route on West Side, Manhattan.


7 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

5 Pointz down: NYC demolishes storied graffiti shrine

Last week, developers took a wrecking ball to the storied graffiti shrine. It has been decades since the underground art of graffiti went mainstream, giving some of its renegade aerosol painters a Picasso -like worldwide fame.


11 hrs ago |

Dialogue with Three Chords Kicks Off 4th Season on 08/28

Dialogue with Three Chords kicks off their fourth year of staging original theatre by presenting a season of unproduced plays from its first three years.


16 hrs ago | Hotel Business

Real Hospitality Group Adds 12 New Construction Hotels

Real Hospitality Group has grown its portfolio of hotels in 2014, representing a 25.9% growth in guestroom inventory.


20 hrs ago | Hyperallergic


One of the works by Marilia Destot that will be part of the Art Bridge Gowanus project This week, we wanted to remind you that there are a lot of exhibition you should catch before August comes to a close, including an exploration of censorship at Parsons The New School of Design, a survey of James Lee Byers, a fantastic show of paintings by Joan ... (more)


Yesterday | New York Daily News

August 26: Terror ransom, Meredith VIeira and helicopters

Spring Lake, N.J.: I was sorry to read that a woman walking through Central Park at midnight was hit in the head with a pellet gun, causing serious injury, and then assaulted with racial insults .


Mon Aug 25, 2014

Wall Street Journal

Cooper Union Tuition Battle Centers on Founder's Words

The interpretation of a more than 150-year-old document ensconced in a Greenwich Village library is causing a furor in academia as its author's intention is battled over in court.


NBC New York

A Train Goes Wrong Way in Downtown Manhattan: Officials

An A train went the wrong way on a set of tracks through downtown Manhattan earlier this month because of an apparent miscommunication with the train operator, MTA officials say.


New York Post

A birds-eye view of Manhattana s drunkest day drinkers

Tipsy New Yorkers who appear to have had one too many mimosas at brunch have been caught on camera in broad daylight in all their drunken glory.


Spiritual Home of Crown Heights Rabbi Inspires Replicas Across the World

A three-story Gothic revival brick building at 770 Eastern Parkway that serves as the physical and spiritual center of the Chabad-Lubavitch Orthodox Jewish community and once served as the workplace of Grand Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson has spawned a mini-architectural boom across the globe.



Chloe Sevigny Exits Greenwich Village

A couple of fun media strands to note in Marlow Stern 's solid Daily Beast Q&A with actress Chloe Sevigny , whose Amazon series The Cosmopolitans debuts August 28. Shortly after departing SoHo restaurant Balthazar, where she had sat down last week for lunch with the reporter, Sevigny was snapped and her outfit turned into a Daily Mail summer item .


Stray young dog at N.Y. shelter desperately trying to find her newborn puppies

Poor Lady is desperate to find her puppies. Please help this dog find her way out of a high kill shelter in New York.


The New York Observer

On the Market: 'Walking Around the East Village, I just Wanted to Cry'

In an interview with The Daily Beast, Chloe Sevigny talks about fleeing the East Village for Park Slope "the dorkiest, hokiest neighborhood": "Walking around the East Village, I just want to cry at the state of it.


Grub Street

26 New Restaurants Opening This Fall

Marta 29 E. 29th St., nr. Madison Ave.; 212-651-3800. Even in Italy, Naples-style is not the last word on pizza - just don't mention it to a Neapolitan.


The Lebanon Daily News

Back in spotlight, Sharpton seizes the moment

Stepping to the pulpit at Greater Grace Church - minutes from where a suburban St. Louis police officer shot and killed an unarmed black 18-year-old - the Rev.


Sun Aug 24, 2014

Grub Street

Fall Preview: Mexican-Restaurant News

With Alegre , Chopped judge AarA3n SA nchez pays tribute to the cooking of the pioneering Mexican chef Zarela Martinez, who happens to be his mother .


Washington Square News

Musicians flock to new outdoor music venue

When the historic Roseland Ballroom closed in April, the New York music scene took a hit, as it was forced to relinquish a venue that was a favorite for many artists since 1958.


New York Daily News

New Yorkers and celebs are giving their kids unique names

Local environmentalist/model/entrepreneur Summer Rayne Oakes, 30, shares her unconventional name with singer Christina Aguilera's newborn daughter, Summer Rain.


Times Herald

NYC transit hub: Bold statement or boondoggle?

The saga of what may be the city's biggest boondoggle, or what could be its greatest public building since Grand Central Terminal, or both, began at a news conference 10 years ago.


CBS News

a Living large: The market for super luxury homes

The number of billionaires is expected to increase in the next decade - and so are market prices for ultra-high-end residences.



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