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2 hrs ago | NY1

Manhattan Delivery Man Critical After Being Struck by Vehicle

A delivery man remains in critical condition at Weill Cornell Medical Center after being struck by a driver in Manhattan.


5 hrs ago | The Huffington Post

Once Again, Moss Hart's Name Shines on Broadway

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.


8 hrs ago | Greenpoint Gazette

Police Blotter: 90th PrecinctApr 18, 2014

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.


12 hrs ago |

Staten Island student Nico Sforza, 22, shooting for Corvette's $5K photo prize at Javits Center

A 22-year-old undergraduate photographer from Huguenot is vying for the top prize in a contest to choose the best portrait of the new 2015 Corvette Convertible Z06.


16 hrs ago | Newsday

Long Beach expands beach food choices, approves new shelter operator

The City Council voted 4-0 Wednesday night to enter into agreements with 15 vendors to operate food trucks, stationary carts and mobile sales on the beach from Memorial Day through Labor Day for a total fee of $59,500.


Thu Apr 17, 2014


8 Things Even New Yorkers Don't Know About New York City

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)


WNYC-AM New York

The Horseless eCarriage Debuts

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 .


Park series continues as RISD looks at Rocky Point future

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.


Two more cases of measles confirmed in New York City

Two more measles cases have been confirmed in New York City since the last confirmed case more than two weeks ago.


CBS Local

Chelsea Clinton: I Might Run For Office Someday

Chelsea Clinton says she's happy right now with her elected representatives, but might come for their jobs if that changes.



1936-2000: The Radio City Rockettes In Photos

THE Radio City Rockettes is the dance company founded in 1925 in St. Louis, Missouri.


Wed Apr 16, 2014

Business Journal

Peter Millar golf label opening flagship shop on Madison Avenue

The Peter Millar golf apparel company has committed to opening a New York flagship shop on Madison Avenue after testing the New York market last month with a pop-up shop in lower Manhattan.


CBS Local

City Halts Work At Building Where Worker Fell To His Death

New York City has halted work at a Manhattan office building where a construction worker plummeted to his death earlier this week.



Behind the Curtain of Act One! Chart Theater Legend Moss Hart's Extraordinary Journey to Broadway

Get ready for a little Broadway on Broadway! Act One is based on the autobiography of famed playwright, director and storyteller Moss Hart, which chronicles his astonishing rise from poverty to his first Broadway hit in 1930.


Serious Eats

What's it Like to Open a Gentrifying Restaurant?

In conversations about gentrification, small business owners that ring in the changes - the fancy coffee shops and hip art galleries, for instance - are characterized as drivers of social change.



What's hot at Tribeca: James Franco, Joss Whedon, eco-terror

Here's one testament to the strength of the Tribeca Film Festival, which was founded in the wake of 9/11 to jump-start downtown Manhattan's cultural economy and has become entrenched on the New York calendar: I no longer try to make sense of its role in the ecology of the movie business.



Big Apple in the Spotlight as Tribeca Film Festival Begins

The opening night celebration features the world premiere of "Time is Illmatic," a documentary about the making of "Illmatic," the 1994 debut album of the rapper Nas.


Last of the Knotts Begins Performances 4/25 at Soho Playhouse

Debra Ehrhardt and Soho Playhouse present LAST OF THE KNOTTS, the semi-autobiographical play written and performed by Doug Knott , directed by Chris DeCarlo - with performances beginning Friday, April 25 prior to an official press opening of Saturday, May 3 at Soho Playhouse in Manhattan.



New Banksy street art appears, disappears

New Banksy artwork, Mobile Lovers, displayed inside the Broad Plain Boys youth center on April 16, 2014 in Bristol, England.



Op-ed: Gay Nightlife Is Dead - Long Live Gay Nightlife

Almost 2,000 guys are lost in the spectacular music. They stomp their feet, sip their drinks, close their eyes, and lift their hands in the air to the glorious beat.


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