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He figures it was in 1956 or 1957, when he stopped by the downtown Manhattan loft she shared with her husband, the photographer Robert Frank, to share pictures he had taken during a trip to Peru.
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With spring all around us the hard working New Yorker loves to walk around the city to relax and look for some leisure.
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Actor/director Shelton J. Lee's 8,292-square-foot 3-story town house at No. 153 East 63rd Street, Manhattan sold in April 2014 after being listed on StreetEasy for 91 days.
It has just three months to find 300,000 square feet of affordable space in Manhattan so it can keep its campus together.
A former cop fatally shot his wife Saturday morning as their two young children watched in horror, law enforcement sources, said.
They soar. Soooo high. PBS Distribution chronicles Super Skyscrapers on DVD and Blu-ray.
The Performance Project @ University Settlement and Trusty Sidekick Theater Company will co-present the world premiere production of Earth-- a new play developed especially for audiences aged 6 and older.
Not just Dames at Sea , but sailors, too! Yum. Kate E. Cook leads Vinny Chavez and Julian Pena back to good times, while Emily Giauque Evans has their six and Tedd Glazebrook remains doubtful.
The work will take place from 11:30 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday on the weekends of May 2-5, May 9-12, May 16-19, May 23-27 until Tuesday Memorial Day weekend, and May 30-June 2. While the work is in progress, No.
A delivery man remains in critical condition at Weill Cornell Medical Center after being struck by a driver in Manhattan.
A Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner, a celebrated playwright and admired director, Hart dazzled the world of show business with his brilliance and innovation.
A man was robbed of electronic goods inside of his apartment on Graham Avenue on April 7 at about 4 p.m., according to police.
Most New Yorkers know their city used to be called New Amsterdam and was once super seedy and brothel-filled, but did you know that once upon a time, hammy beasts roamed the city's streets, stoners had their own grassy jungles and dead bodies were frolicked upon by New Yorkers every day? Actually, that last one still happens... and you've probably ... (more)
A new electric carriage commissioned by NYCLASS - a political group that opposes horse drawn carriages - made its debut Thursday at the New York International Auto Show .
The second in a series of lectures focused on public parks with a view on what might be applicable to development at Rocky Point will be held next Thursday, April 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the Rhode Island School of Design.