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The Real Deal
Manhattan vacancy rate lands at seven-year high
Manhattan rents continued to drop in November, as robust sales activity poached some renters and the vacancy rate edged up to the highest level since 2006, according to a monthly Douglas Elliman rental market report released today.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Jim Hall: jazz greata s guitar spoke fluency
Jim Hall, one of the leading jazz guitarists of the modern era, whose subtle technique, lyrical sound and introspective approach strongly influenced younger proteges such as Pat Metheny and Bill Frisell, died early Tuesday at age 83, his wife said.
New York Daily News
Cab victim Sian Green to file $27.5M suit against NYC
Cab driver Faysal Himon, shown after the collision on West 49th St. and 6th Ave. in Manhattan that claimed British tourist Sian Green's leg.
TV tourism on rise in New York
Fancy a cosmopolitan a la Carrie Bradshaw or titillation down the strip club favoured by Tony Soprano? TV tourism is whipping up a storm in New York, where fans can live as their heroes.
Go For the Food: Braving holiday crowds at Rockefeller Center? Here are some fun dining ideas
Plenty of people brave Rockefeller Center's holiday crowds to see the famous Christmas tree and take a spin on the ice.
SantaCon2013: NIMBYs Launch AntiCon In War Against Drunk Santas
With just four days to go until lower Manhattan is blanketed with drunken Kris Kringles, the LES Dwellers are getting ready for war .
A selection of paintings in Minecraft, one of the Museum of the Moving Image's 25 must-play video games This week, New York brings you video games, emojis, and Planet of the Apes - pop culture galore.
The Greenburgh Daily Voice
Hastings' Prime American Grille A Reworking Of Family's NYC Site
The DiMiceli family's legendary Manhattan eatery The Primeburger has been reborn in Hastings-on-Hudson as The Prime American Grille on Main Street.
Master rapper Masta Ace talks about having Multiple Sclerosis
One of rap music's most highly-skilled rapper breaks his silence for the first time to talk about having Multiple Sclerosis-with obvious symptoms that date back to 1999.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
5 Napkin Burger Closes Astoria Location
Queens burger lovers were mourning Monday as the mini-chain 5 Napkin Burger announced the closing of its Astoria location.
Beacon Church Holds 2013 Christmas Fest
The Beacon Church held its annual Christmas Fest this past Saturday with games, crafts, holiday snacks, a full petting zoo, a photo booth, and more.
Mother Africa: Your Best Frugal Family Theater Deal for the Holiday Season in NY
Mother Africa: Circus Der Sinne , which premiered on December 6, 2013 at the New Victory Theatre on 209 West 42nd Street in Manhattan with a scheduled run through January 5, 2014, is a New York City clan's best Frugal Family Deal for the holidays.
Distance Education Co. Moves to New Offices in Midtown Manhattan
On Monday, December 9th Distance Education Co., LLC, the company behind both the New York Institute of Photography and the New York Institute of Art and Design, opens up their new headquarters in Midtown Manhattan.
Reopenings: Dylan Prime Returns With Heffernan and Berardino
Troubled Tribeca steakhouse Dylan Prime reopens on December 18, nine months after being seized by the state for nonpayment of taxes .
'Hit List' At 54 Below: 'Smash' Musical Gets New Life In NYC
Left to right: Jeremy Jordan, Andy Mientus, Krysta Rodriguez and Carrie Manolakos attend the 'Hit List' press preview at 54 Below on Dec. 6, 2013, in New York City.
What You Need to Know to Open a Bar in New York City
He had ordered no cranberry juice, didn't have enough ashtrays to go around and ran out of single dollar bills partway through the night.
Larchmont Library Presents Exhibit by Local Photographers
A couple years ago, two mothers signed up for an online photography course to learn how to take better pictures of their kids, and now their work can been seen at the Larchmont Public Library.
New York Daily News
EXCLUSIVE: NYCHA firm charged by Feds in wage scam
The U.S. Department of Labor in May charged MDG Design & Construction with violating a slew of wage and labor laws - and has moved to ban the firm from bidding on federal projects for up to three years.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
New York Post
Lawsuit: Cops wrongfully shot disturbed man, a draggeda body
Cops fired 10 bullets at an emotionally disturbed man because a confused officer screamed out he was being stabbed - when he'd accidentally been Tasered by a colleague, an explosive new lawsuit charges.
New York City tries to evict woman, 100, from $219-a-month Manhattan...
In November she received an eviction notice to leave her one-bedroom apartment at the Rutgers Houses block in Manhattan's Lower East Side A 100-year-old woman who has lived in the same one-bedroom New York apartment for almost 50 year has been served with an eviction notice.