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  1. Company Joins Peter Lugar's Along BroadwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wall Street Journal

    Restaurant goers have long been making the journey to Broadway in South Williamsburg for steak, but a throng of venues have joined Peter Luger's Steak House to lure more people to the street. The stretch of Broadway just south of the Williamsburg Bridge in Brooklyn has picked up steam with the openings of bars, restaurants, entertainment and other venues catering to the expanding residential population in recent years.

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  2. In Red Hook, Marking Sandy Anniversary With a ParadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Wall Street Journal

    Business owners, family, friends and volunteers works on the Barnacle parade float-- a 'Saarrrrrnitation' truck, which is half garbage truck, half pirate ship. Red Hook bar and restaurant owners who were affected by Super Storm Sandy come together to help build and decorate the float.

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  3. Citi Bike to Get Millions in Financial BoostRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Wall Street Journal

    Under the Deal, Citi Bike's Fleet of Shared Blue Bicycles Would Double to About 12,000 Over the Next Three Years Citi Bike will get a boost worth tens of millions of dollars in coming years under a long-awaited deal to expand New York City's fledgling bicycle-sharing system, the country's largest. As part of the deal, announced Tuesday in Long Island City, the number of Citi Bike's blue bicycles, all bearing the Citigroup Inc. logo, would double to about 12,000 over the next three years.

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  4. Coffee Prices Soar at Online AuctionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Wall Street Journal

    Coffeea ...consumptiona ...ina ...Asiaa ...hasa ...beena ...growinga ...exponentially,a ...helpinga ...toa ...drivea ...upa ...thea ...pricea ...ofa ...somea ...beans.a ...Photo:a ...Gettya ...Images In an online auction this month for some of Rwanda's most-prized coffee beans, Dan Shafer was playing an hourslong game of chicken, and losing. "I don't want to place my bid now because I don't want to jack up the price," he said, his eyes glued to the screen in a two-bedroom apartment in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn, N.Y., that serves as the offices for Crop to Cup Coffee Importers. Mr. Shafer, head of operations for the coffee importer, was trying to buy close to a ton of beans grown on small farms in Rwanda's western highlands. After more than four hours, Mr. Shafer was forced to admit defeat for one of the two lots he was after when bidding topped $8 a pound, more than four times the ... (more)

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  5. City Looks at Life Beyond HousingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Wall Street Journal

    Housing activists and community-development experts have charged that Mayor Bill de Blasio's goal to build or preserve 200,000 units of affordable housing over the next decade misses a crucial goal of improving the quality of life in some of the city's poorest neighborhoods. Now the administration is piloting a project in Brownsville it hopes will do just that.

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  6. Hot Sauce Is Bred in the BronxRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Wall Street Journal

    That is the unofficial slogan for a new hot sauce being made from thousands of serrano peppers grown in gardens all around the borough. The fiery condiment-called the Bronx Hot Sauce-seeks to connect the artisanal-food fad with economic revitalization of New York City's poorest borough.

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  7. The Ramen RenaissanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Wall Street Journal

    The last time I considered ramen was in the post-9/11 months and years when I stockpiled the noodles in my basement, alongside bottled water, honey and a cache of incandescent 100-watt light bulbs. The light bulbs, of course, were a reaction to a different threat-the loss of cheap, pleasing light at the hands of government regulation.

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  8. New York Officials Urge Calm Amid Ebola...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Wall Street Journal

    Craig Spencer is in Stable Condition at Bellevue Hospital Center as Officials Retrace his Movements; New Yorkers Express Anxiety or Nonchalance As news that Ebola has arrived in New York spread throughout the city, some residents and tourists reacted to the news with relative calm. Medical investigators fanned out Friday across New York to retrace the movements of the city's first confirmed Ebola patient in the 51 hours before he reported a fever.

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  9. New York Officials Urge Calm Amid Ebola DiagnosisRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Wall Street Journal

    Craig Spencer is in Stable Condition at Bellevue Hospital Center as Officials Retrace his Movements; New Yorkers Express Anxiety or Nonchalance New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio details the city's response to the first case of Ebola diagnosed within its boroughs. The mayor said New Yorkers have little risk of contracting the virus.

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  10. The 10-Point: Gerard Baker on Ebola in New York,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Wall Street Journal

    A personal, guided tour to the best scoops and stories every day in The Wall Street Journal, from Editor in Chief Gerard Baker. The deadly Ebola virus has made its way into New York-setting up a new test for the nation's ability to control the spread of the disease .

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  11. New York Doctor Tests Positive for EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Wall Street Journal

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, center, and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, right, attend a Thursday night news conference in Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital Center, where a doctor with Ebola is being treated. Eduardo Munoz/Reuters Mayor de Blasio, Gov. Cuomo and other officials at the news conference at Bellevue on Thursday.

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  12. A Miniseries Explores Ethical Dilemmas, Plus Industrial Terror for HalloweenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Wall Street Journal

    Was Krzysztof KieA>lowski's 1989 miniseries, made for Polish television, the best episodic TV program ever? There's a good argument to be made for this very liberal interpretation of the Ten Commandments, which lays out a series of ethical and spiritual dilemmas faced by residents of the same drab Warsaw housing project in the twilight of the Communist regime. The 10-hour series enjoys a rare revival with 35mm screenings at Walter Reade Theater, as part of the White Light Festival.

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  13. A Silent Artist's Creative Voice EmergesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Wall Street Journal

    Born largely deaf and with Down syndrome, Judith Scott didn't get her creative start until she was 45 years old. On Friday, the late artist is the subject of "Bound and Unbound," a retrospective opening at the Brooklyn Museum.

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  14. Brooklyn Girl Died From Blunt Force TraumaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Wall Street Journal

    The death of Jeida Torres, 3 years old, was ruled a homicide by the medical examiner's office on Monday. The city medical examiner ruled Monday that the death of a 3-year-old Brooklyn girl, who authorities say was beaten by her stepfather after she had an accident in her pants, was a homicide.

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  15. Movie Studio Faces Delicate BalanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | WSJ Media and Advertising

    The movie studio behind "The Dark Knight Rises" and the theaters showing it this weekend faced a delicate balancing act: how to show appropriate sensitivity following the Friday-morning mass shooting at a Colorado screening of the movie amid one of the biggest movie openings of all time. The movie industry is reacting with shock and sadness to the tragic shooting outside a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" in a Denver suburb late last night, and in the wake of the incident the Paris premiere of the film has been cancelled.

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  16. A Ghoul Grows in Brooklyn, Plus Japanese GemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Wall Street Journal

    Often regarded as the first film about hip-hop culture, "Stations of the Elevated" was shot in 1977 by Manfred Kirchheimer, and first released in 1981. The German immigrant caught imagery of New York subway trains above ground in the Bronx.

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  17. Neil Diamond Sings 'Something Blue' at His High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | WSJ Media and Advertising

    Brooklyn native Neil Diamond played his first-ever hometown show last week with a 10-song set at Erasmus Hall High School, where he sang in the choir during the two years he was a student there. Speakeasy today premieres a clip of Diamond performing the new song "Something Blue" at that concert.

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  18. Bosses Face Affordable Care Act DeadlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 1 | Wall Street Journal

    Tommy Cain, who employs 250 people at his chain of five grocery stores, offers coverage to his workers, but is concerned about whether it will be affordable to them. The clock is ticking for Tommy Cain and thousands of other U.S. employers facing deadlines to make changes to the health insurance they offer their employees under the Affordable Care Act.

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  19. Transit Agencies Trade UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2014 | Wall Street Journal

    New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority recently agreed to transfer 3.28 acres of land that holds two parking lots at a Westchester County train station to apartment developer Under terms of the deal, AvalonBay will build a four-story mixed-use complex that includes 143 apartments and 27,000 square feet of retail space on the land, which is adjacent to the Harrison, N.Y. Metro-North train station. Metro-North is a commuter line that takes passengers from the pricey New York and Connecticut suburbs north of Manhattan to Grand Central Terminal.

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  20. 2015 New York Michelin Guide Highlights Brooklyn, Queens RestaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2014 | WSJ Media and Advertising

    New York's culinary world continues to gain recognition beyond Manhattan, with 11 out of 20 new one- and two-starred restaurants in the 2015 New York Michelin guide coming from Brooklyn and Queens. New to the two-star category are Blanca , Aquavit and Ichimura at Brushstroke .

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