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New York Post
B ill Murray 's former penthouse duplex at Manhattan Skyline's The Villager, a 31-unit, landmarked six-story building at 450 Sixth Ave.
Wed May 22, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Small Footprints, Tall Towers: Skinny Condos Take Manhattan
Such towering ambitions have become all the rage in Manhattan these days, as booming demand for super-luxury apartments in the country's most expensive real-estate market has changed the economics of development.
The Afro American Newspaper
Suspect in NY Point-Blank Shooting of Black Man is Charged with Hate Crime
The man who police say hurled homophobic slurs at a gay man on a Manhattan street before firing a single fatal shot to his head appeared in court Sunday to face a charge of murder as a hate crime.
NYCLU: Stop-And-Frisk Ineffective At Taking Guns Off Streets
The New York Civil Liberties Union has used the NYPD's own statistics to dispute the police department claim that the stop-and-frisk program effectively takes guns off the streets.
After Long Wait, DOT Proposes New Bike Lanes for Northern Manhattan
The city Department of Transportation has proposed new bike lanes on several streets in northern Manhattan - two years after community leaders asked the department to come up with designs for new paths.
Citi Bike Station Yanked From West Village Street After Co-Op Complaints
The bike-share station was relocated to the northeast corner of Barrow and Hudson streets from the southeast corner after complaints from neighbors.
Paroled killer in drug bust
A 68-year-old North Arlington man, busted by Kearny police for alleged drug distribution, has turned out to be a convicted murderer who was paroled 17 months ago from a New York State prison, police reported.
Charles Ray's "Family Romance" is included in the New Museum's "NYC 1993," which closes this weekend.
The Village Voice
Los Carpinteros Moonwalk through the Crack-up
Jimmy Breslin was right: There is no more beautiful sight than a heaving street full of people.
Tue May 21, 2013
The New York Observer
Upper Manhattan's Barack Obama Democratic Club Endorses Bill de Blasio
Upper Manhattan's Barack Obama Democratic Club voted last night on its endorsements, and the list might surprise you.
Judge rules Airbnb illegal in New York City
Bad news for Manhattanites who use Airbnb to rent out their apartments temporarily: New York City officials have ruled that the service violates an "illegal hotel" law.
NBC New York
2 Separate Attacks Target Gays Hours After Rally
Thousands marched the streets of Manhattan Monday to protest the killing of a gay man allegedly taunted with homophobic slurs -- the most recent in a spate of bias attacks stirring up anxiety, disbelief and outrage in a famously gay-friendly neighborhood.
Another Gay Man Attacked in New York City
A nightlife promoter was assaulted in lower Manhattan on Monday night, the same day a rally against anti-LGBT violence was held further uptown.
Guantanamo: "Bearing Witness"
Perhaps a meal was not the ideal setting to talk about something as unappetizing as a hunger strike.
Photo Coverage: The Stars Hit the Red Carpet for Manhattan Theatre Club's Spring Gala
Manhattan Theatre Club presented their annual Spring Gala last night, May 20 at Cipriani 42nd Street .
Manhattan Youth Ballet's 2013 Summer Intensive Set for 8/12-30
Manhattan Movement & Arts Center announces Manhattan Youth Ballet's Summer Intensive at the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center at 248 W. 60th Street, NYC in the Lincoln Center area.
Rabbit Hole Ensemble to Host LiTTLE BiGGER Reading at BAX, 6/21-22
Rabbit Hole Ensemble presents the reading of a new play by NYIT Award winner Edward Elefterion.
Mon May 20, 2013
A Warmer Climate Could Lead to 90% More Heat-Related Deaths in Manhattan
As the weather in New York City creeps back toward summer-like temperatures, a bit of warning: Enjoy it while you can.
Katie Finneran and Darren Goldstein Host Page 73 Productions' 15th Anniversary Benefit, 5/22
Two-time Tony Award-winner Katie Finneran and husband Darren Goldstein are set to host the 15th Anniversary Benefit for the Off-Broadway theatre company Page 73 Productions onWednesday, May 22nd 2013 at City Winery in Manhattan.
Global Warming to exacerbate Heat related deaths, more storms for New York
The residents of Manhattan and New York are already feeling the effects of global warming after experiencing Hurricanes Irene and Superstorm Sandy.