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How Can You Invest In An Irreplaceable Island That Pays A 4.44% Dividend Yield?

Like most non-traded REITs, equity is generated in a blind pool format, so investors really don't know what they're buying. NYRT and ARC New York REIT have the same external manager, and they also have many of the same officers and board members.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

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One of the most surprising findings in a report from the New York City public advocate is that city officials have virtually no authority over how nail salons are run. The city can't enforce standards like they do with restaurants, so it's clearly a case of beauty buyer beware.

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Examiner.com

New York Aquarium

New York Aquarium is not just rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy. It is actually renovating.

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The Republic

NYC's Roosevelt House: History and education

It's not as well-known as other historic sites associated with Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his wife, Eleanor, but a six-story Manhattan town house where the Roosevelts lived for decades is reclaiming its place in history as a living testament to their legacy. The home was given to Franklin and Eleanor as a wedding gift in 1908 by FDR's mother, Sara Delano Roosevelt.

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KURB-FM Little Rock

Elton John Sets On-Sale Date for New Year's Eve Tickets

Elton John has set an on-sale date for tickets to his New Year's Eve concert at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, which was first announced back in April. Tickets become available to the general public on Friday, September 26 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster and BarclaysCenter.com.

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Body Found On Coney Island Rooftop Believed To Be 74-Year-Old Grandma Who Disappeared One Month Ago

The search for a missing 73-year-old woman may have come to a tragic end, with a body believed to be Crucita "Lucy" Alvarado found on the roof of a Coney Island building nearly a month after she went missing. Police found a decomposing body on the roof of 2930 West 30th Street last Thursday.

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New York Daily News

More New Yorkers smoking

The city's smoking rate has jumped back to 16.1%, up from the 2010 low rate of 14%, the Health Department reported Monday. When ex-Mayor Michael Bloomberg enacted a ban on smoking in bars and restaurants in 2003, the city's smoking rate was at 18.3%.

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NY1

Two Jet Skiers Rescued, Treated for Hypothermia

Police say two jet skiers were rescued near Atlantis Marina Sunday morning after they were stranded in the water overnight. Authorities found a 29-year-old from Staten Island near the West Bank Lighthouse.

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BroadwayWorld.com

FRIENDS Fans Can Win Trip to Central Perk with 'Flyaway to New York' Sweepstakes

"The One with the Free Trip to New York City." What better way for fans to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the premiere of Friends than with their own friends on a free trip to New York City, including a visit to the Central Perk pop-up ? Warner Bros.

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New York Daily News

Teacher accused of sex with students gets psychiatric treatment, lawyer says

Joy Morsi, 39, who allegedly had sex with two teenage boys who attended Grover Cleveland High School in Ridgewood, missed a court appearance because she was being tested for psychiatric disorder, her attorney said. She is due back in court Oct. 6. The Queens gym teacher accused of bedding two 16-year-old students is having her head tested, it was revealed Monday.

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The story of 'Klein Klassje', the New World's first...

New Amsterdam, the home of Claes Maartenszen van Rosenvelt The new Ken Burns seven-part documentary The Roosevelts: An Intimate History is underway on PBS, a sprawling look at one of New York's most prominent families. It began last night with the introduction of young Theodore Roosevelt , the sickly boy turned New York police commissioner.

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4 Schools Still Without Fire Alarms After Hurricane Sandy Damaged Them

Four public schools are still without a working fire alarm nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy damaged their buildings - and city officials blame the federal government's red tape for the delays. The fixes, along with the replacement of "temporary" boilers at more than 30 schools, are part of the more than $700 million in repairs needed for schools across the five boroughs that were damaged during the October 2012 storm.

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Scenes from the New York City Pizza Run

The New York City Pizza Run -- a two-mile run run around Tompkins Square Park where participants stop at three check points to eat three slices of pizza -- went down on Saturday, September 13. We of course had to check it out. And if pizza isn't your thing, there's a "cupcake run" scheduled for October 18 at Astoria Park.

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Queens man picks fight with Spider-Man, Batman in Times Square

Thomas Rorke, 22, of Queens was busted in Times Square late Saturday after apparently picking a fight with two men dressed as Spider-Man and Batman, witnesses said.

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New York Daily News

DONOHUE: A sneak peek inside the MTA's $1.4B Fulton Center

Standing at Fulton St. and Broadway one recent morning, a gentleman tilted his head back and looked up at the bright blue sky above him in lower Manhattan. The Fulton Center - the MTA's $1.4 billion transit hall that initially will provide a new means of access to nine subway lines - is not yet open.

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KLAS-TV Las Vegas

Tapes in missing NY boy case expected in court

Do you leave a tip in your hotel room for the maid? Marriott is launching a program with Maria Shriver to put envelopes in hotel rooms to encourage tipping. Do you leave a tip in your hotel room for the maid? Marriott is launching a program with Maria Shriver to put envelopes in hotel rooms to encourage tipping.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

WBTV

Exhibition looks at genius of carousel inventor

He built carousels, shooting ranges and other rides for Coney Island and other parks during the first quarter of the 20th century. An exhibition at Brooklyn's historic Green-Wood Cemetery where he's buried - and just miles from Coney Island - looks at his creative genius.

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New York Daily News

Manhattan post office will honor soldier killed in Iraq

The House last week quietly cleared a dozen bills renaming post offices, among them 90 Vermilyea Ave. in Inwood, which will become the Corp. Juan Mariel Alcantara Post Office Building. Alcantara died at 22 in Baqubah, Iraq, in 2007.

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Townhall

Anti-Gun Groups No Longer Fighting For Assault Weapons Bans | Matt Vespa

Alas, gun control groups seem to have moved away from so-called assault weapons bans for reasons pro-Second Amendment groups have espoused for months; they're ineffective and represent a very small fraction of firearm-related homicides. Shannon Watts of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America now calls such policy initiatives "nonstarters."

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