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1 hr ago | KMIZ

Man posts 15,000 fliers looking for love in NYC

A New York artist is posting thousands fliers across the city calling for a girlfriend -- and it appears to be working. Armed with a thick stack of fliers bearing his face and a roll of masking tape, Dan Perino tacks up his ads wherever he can.


Related Topix: New York Government

2 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

New Mencken book features unpublished material

Next week, the Library of America will publish "The Days Trilogy," a bound and expanded edition of three popular memoirs by the celebrated journalist and linguist that were released in the 1940s: "Happy Days," ''Newspaper Days" and "Heathen Days." Along with the original books are some 200 pages of commentary that he had requested not to be released in his lifetime.


Related Topix: Journalism

5 hrs ago |

The Musket Room's Matt Lambert Explains New Zealand Cuisine To New Yorkers

I founded Melting Butter because I wanted to create a website that curates only the best, the most extraordinary, inspiring hotspots in NYC & around the world. I didn't want to waste my time reading restaurant and hotspot reviews - I just wanted someone with excellent taste to tell me which restaurants, bars, clubs, boutiques, hotels, and galleries to check out on my travels.


Related Topix: New Zealand, World News, Oceania, North Yorkshire County, England, East Riding of Yorkshire County, England, United Kingdom, Life, Food, Dining

9 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

Peter Lucas: Taunts come back to haunt mocker in chief

His usage of mockery to demean and belittle his opponents comes straight from one of the men he most admired, the leftist Chicago radical Saul Alinsky, whose Rules for Radicals is the bible of the far left. "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon," Alinsky wrote in his primer for revolutionaries.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, Mitt Romney, Vladimir Putin, Netherlands, World News, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization)

Tue Sep 16, 2014


N.Y. court asked to freeze Turkish family's assets in UAE bank

An attorney for a Motorola subsidiary has asked New York's top state court on Tuesday to allow it to freeze the assets of a Turkish family held by branch of an international bank in the United Arab Emirates. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan in 2003 ruled that the Uzan family owed Motorola Credit Corp more than $2 billion and tacked on $1 billion in punitive damages in 2006.


Related Topix: World News, United Arab Emirates, Middle East, Cell Phones, Cellphones, Electronics

The Eastchester Daily Voice

Eastchester Ranked Among New York's Safest Places To Live

Eastchester was recently ranked as the 25th safest place to live in New York by home security vendor Safe Choice Security. Safe Choice examined statistics that included violent and property crimes in order to rank the municipalities throughout the Empire State.


Related Topix: Eastchester, NY, Briarcliff Manor, NY, Pleasantville, NY, Rye Brook, NY

WFLX-TV West Palm Beach

NY boater gets prison for fatal Hudson River crash

A New Yorker has been sentenced to two years behind bars for crashing a powerboat into a barge, killing a bride-to-be and her fiance's best man. In court Tuesday, Jojo John told the victims' families that he'd give up his own life if it could bring them back.


Connecticut Post

New Yorker charged after threats at Fairfield U.

James Macdonnell, 19, of New York, is facing charges after he was found on the Fairfield University campus early Sunday morning. A 19-year-old from Old Brookeville, N.Y., on the Fairfield University campus was arrested early Sunday morning after police said he talked his way into a student townhouse, and then tried poking holes into the kitchen wall with a knife.


Related Topix: New York Government, Fairfield University


New York horse owners advised to vaccinate animals

Horse owners across New York are being urged to vaccinate their animals against both Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile virus. The warning from state Agriculture Commissioner Richard Ball is important since parts of New York have mosquito activity into late November and the insects transmit both diseases from birds to horses.


Related Topix: Health, West Nile Virus, Entomology, Science, Science / Technology

Mon Sep 15, 2014

Lawmakers follow different paths on service academy nominations

New York high-school students face a number of challenges in seeking admission to one of the nation's prestigious service academies - including geography. That's because nomination by a member of Congress is one of the few ways to gain admission.


Related Topix: Representative Tom Reed, US Politics, US News, Representative Richard Hanna, Republican, US House of Representatives, Senator Chuck Schumer, Nita Lowey, US Senate, Democrat, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

WAND-TV Decatur

Doctor convicted of killing sentenced in sex case

Two raging wildfires in California forced hundreds of people to evacuate their homes, including one near a lakeside resort town that burned nearly two dozen structures. A wind-driven wildfire near the Oregon border has damaged or destroyed 100 homes and forced at least 1,500 people to flee.


Related Topix: North Yorkshire County, England, World News, East Riding of Yorkshire County, England, United Kingdom

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Smoking rates on the rise in New York City

For the first time in years, more than 1 million New Yorkers are smoking, according to data released Monday, marking a disturbing rise of tobacco use in the city that pioneered a number of anti-smoking initiatives that were emulated nationally. Sixteen percent of adult New Yorkers smoked in 2013, up from 14 percent in 2010, which was the city's lowest recorded rate, according to the findings released by New York City's Department of Health.


Related Topix: Smoking, Health, Medicine, North Yorkshire County, England, World News, East Riding of Yorkshire County, England, United Kingdom, New York Government, Michael Bloomberh

KTEN-TV Denison

A Scottish 'Yes' also means exit from EU, NATO

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.


Related Topix: World News, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), Europe, United Kingdom, Hurricane Odile, Hurricane, Weather

Long Island Business News

NY tax receipts rise despite growing income gap

New York tax collections have continued rising despite a growing income gap between its richest residents and everyone else, even as a national study shows overall growth in state tax receipts slowing as the income gap widens across the U.S. State officials say New York's progressive income tax rate, which rises from 4 percent to nearly 9 percent for earnings above $1.03 million, buoys its largest revenue stream for public services and helps insulate it from the problem faced by states dependent on more regressive taxes like sales taxes.


Related Topix: New York Government, Tax

Ruidoso News

Exhibition looks at genius of carousel inventor

This Sept. 8, 2014 photo provided by the Green-Wood Historic Fund shows a fire engine from an amusment park ride built by William Mangels in an exhibit of his creations at the the Green-Wood Cemetery, where he is buried, in the Brooklyn borough of New York.


Related Topix: Inventions, Science / Technology, Brooklyn (Portland, OR), Brooklyn, NY, New York, NY, Coney Island, NY, Guns

WSET-TV Lynchburg

Locals, tourists ride out Hurricane Odile in Baja

14, 2014. . A tourist waits for her flight to Tijuana from Los Cabos, Mexico, Sunday, Sept.


Related Topix: Hurricane Odile, Hurricane, Weather, Natural Disasters, World News, Mexico,

Sun Sep 14, 2014

WKYC-TV Cleveland

Here she is ... Miss America 2015

Here she is ... Miss America 2015! Start spreading the news ... a new Miss America has been crowned for 2015. Check out this story on Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri, top right, crowns Miss New York Kira Kazantsev as Miss America 2015 during the Miss America 2015 pageant, Sunday, Sept.


Related Topix: Reality TV, Entertainment, Dancing With the Stars, Television

The Jackson Sun

Miss New York chosen as Miss America 2015

Miss New York chosen as Miss America 2015 Miss Tennessee Hayley Lewis advanced to the top 10. Check out this story on Miss New York Kira Kazantsev, right, walks the runway after she was named Miss America 2015 at the Miss America pageant Sunday in Atlantic City, N.J. Miss New York Kira Kazantsev was named the new Miss America Sunday night, marking the third year in a row that a contestant from her state has walked away with the crown in the nationally televised pageant. Kazantsev received the crown at Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall from outgoing Miss America - and Miss New York - Nina Davuluri.


Related Topix: Dance, Pop/Rock, Hip-Hop


Taking a look at teacher salaries in Western New York

Teachers in Chautauqua County make more annually than those in neighboring Cattaraugus County, but not as much as Erie County educators. Numbers for the 2012-13 school year recently released by SeeThroughNY, a database of information sponsored by the Empire Center for Public Policy, show figures for median teacher salaries for all schools in New York state.


Related Topix: Chautauqua County, NY, Cattaraugus County, NY, Erie County, NY, 9

KURB-FM Little Rock

Respiratory Virus Spreads to the Northeast

Enterovirus D68, the respiratory illness suspected of hospitalizing hundreds of children across the nation, has now spread to the Northeast and is likely to hit the whole country, according to experts. Connecticut and New York are the latest states to report cases of the rapidly spreading virus that has targeted young children, especially those with asthma, in 21 states.


Related Topix: New York Government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


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