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  1. How NYC Could Get More Transit Funding From DevelopersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Streetsblog

    As the MTA capital plan funding gap has come into focus , there's been a lot of discussion about how new development can help pay for the transit service it requires. It turns out the city already has a tool that links real estate with transit improvements, but it's so limited that it's been used to fund transit upgrades only 10 times in more than three decades.

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  2. 334-room RYP by Wyndham Hotel Announced for Times SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Hotel News Resource

    The hotel, scheduled to open by spring 2015, is undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation and redesign led by owner and operator Hampshire Hotels Management. Its location on West 48th Street in bustling Times Square will put guests directly in the hub of the city's world-famous attractions, major businesses and public transportation.

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  3. Eats Beat: Franklin Becker's The Little Beet TableRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 8 | New York Daily News

    If you can't beet them, join them. Chef Franklin Becker, who focuses on healthy food, has opened a 100% gluten-free restaurant, The Little Beet Table , in Flatiron - a fancier offshoot of his casual eatery The Little Beet in Midtown West.

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  4. New Speed Limit Doesn't Seem to Slow Down Many Queens DriversRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | NY1

    NY1's Ruschell Boone went to a busy Long Island City Street to find out whether drivers are following the new speed limit. She filed the following report.

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  5. Here are the dating lies ita s okay to tellRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | New York Post

    Stephanie loved her Long Island City neighborhood. But the 32-year-old lawyer was dismayed at the dearth of eligible matches she found on various online dating sites - until she changed her ZIP code to the Union Square area.

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  6. Paint in The Dark: New Experience for New YorkersRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 8 | 24-7 Press Release

    DenArt is proud to announce their first Paint in the Dark UV class. This is the first time in history of bodypainting, art and entertainment industry that an event such as this one is going to be held in NY.

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  7. From left: 108 Charlton Street and Kong Kee Food Corp.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | The Real Deal

    Real estate investment firm Cape Advisors bought a Hudson Square warehouse for $26 million from longtime owner Yuet Tom Lam Kong of the Long Island City-based Kong Mee Food Corp., according to property records filed with the city today. In 2012, Manhattan-based firm DHA Capital entered contract to buy the site - located in the middle of the triangle between Soho and Tribeca - for $12.4 million.

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  8. Rendering Reveals: Get a Closer Look at Williamsburg's Next Waterfront RentalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Curbed

    The same folks behind a plethora of New York's residential buildings, from Long Island City to Harlem are building a rental on Kent Avenue in Williamsburg. A rendering for the 164-unit complex was posted on the construction site months ago, but YIMBY just procured three crystal-clear views of the brick-y, blocky building from architects GF55 .

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  9. Nets stay up late, get up early to give backRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Nets Daily

    It was an early wakeup call for the Nets Thursday morning as the players, coaches and basketball operations staff gathered at City Harvest in Long Island City, where they packed donated food for the city's less fortunate. It's part of the NBA Cares effort tied to All Star Weekend in New York.

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  10. Adam Silver won't trash Nets owner Mikhail ProkhorovRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2014 | New York Daily News

    Asked about Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov's clever putdown of former coach Jason Kidd , Silver seemed to appreciate the remark. "I think Prokhorov has a great sense of humor," Silver said at a community event with the entire Nets team at a City Harvest Food Rescue facility in Long Island City.

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  11. Suit: Strip club stiffed me and fellow workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | New York Daily News

    A former stripper claims a Queens jiggle joint stiffed her and her coworkers out of their wages and tips, a bombshell class action lawsuit alleges. A Queens jiggle joint stiffed its strippers out of their wages and tips and forced them to pay other club workers, a bombshell class action lawsuit alleges.

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  12. Pearl River Community College Selects Steinway Model 'D'Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 6 | PRWeb

    Hall Piano Company hosts Pearl River Community College with selection of Steinway Model "D" for Brownstone Center for the Arts Matching the same level of excellence as the Brownstone Center, Pearl River Community College Professor of Piano and Instructor of Music Janice Hope McKellip and Instructor of Music, Choral and Vocals LaDona Ferguson Tyson joined Steven Kinchen from Hall Piano Company on a trip to the Steinway & Sons Factory in Queens, New York to select their new Model "D" concert grand piano. The selection trip took place on Friday, October 17th, and included a private tour of the Steinway Factory at One Steinway Place, Long Island City including observing the bending of a 9ft concert grand piano rim.

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  13. Blind Marathoner's Race to HelpRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | NY City News Service

    A row of gleaming medals, suspended by colorful ribbons, hang along a wall in Nooria Nodrat's Long Island City kitchen. Each medal represents a race she's completed, despite being blind and suffering from severe asthma. The most recent award is from Sunday's New York City Marathon.

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  14. Get Out of Manhattan: The Best Things To Do In The Outer BoroughsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Silicon Alley Insider

    There's Astoria, Crown Heights, Elmhurst, Bushwick, Greenpoint, Long Island City, Flushing, and 300 other neighborhoods in this city of 8 million people. I've just moved here, and I've been exploring some of what this huge place has to offer.

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  15. In Tandem with Paper-Free Day, Poll Reveals 85% of Organizations Actively Seek AutomationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | PRWeb

    In a recent poll conducted by SPS, over 80% of respondents surveyed said their organizations are using less paper today compared to five years ago. November 6 has been designated as Paper-Free Day by the Association of Information and Image Management , the global community of information professionals.

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  16. Flipping the Hierarchy of NeedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Hyperallergic

    Installation shot, 'Homeland [IN]Security: Vanishing Dreams' What does the work of Will Cotton, Mary Mattingly, and Stephanie Imbeau have in common? Not much, I figured, when taking the G train to Long Island City, where Dorsky Gallery is hosting Homeland [In Margaret Mathews-Berenson's curatorial project - Jeff Brouws, Brian Tolle, Adia Millett, etc. - I am bracing myself for bric-a-brac and overreach along with the substantial an exhibition on "global collapse" invites.

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  17. How NYC housing market shapes citya s populationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | The Real Deal

    Financial District-based nonprofit Citizens Housing and Planning Council has unveiled a map that breaks down demographic changes in every New York City neighborhood that occurred between 2000 and 2010, thus illuminating various population shifts spurred by housing trends. The policy group found that the population of Hispanic, low-income families and single people climbed by 13 percent over 10 years.

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  18. Development Update-o-Rama: New Look at the 44-Story Rental Tower Rising Next to SilvercupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Curbed

    The Wall Street Journal has availed another look at the 44-story, 391-apartment rental tower that's coming to Long Island City at 23-10 Queens Plaza South . The Property Markets Group , Kamran Hakim, and New Valley LLC-developed building is rising atop a warehouse that will be converted into a parking garage and loft-like office spaces.

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  19. Film Review: 'Iris'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | The Orlando Sentinel

    A joyous celebration of creativity and razor-sharp wit sustained into old age, as evinced by outspoken nonagenarian fashion icon Iris Apfel, "Iris" also offers proof of Albert Maysles' continued vitality as a documentarian. Doubtless a close collaboration between filmmaker and subject, this character study proves as visually strong as it is verbally compelling.

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  20. My Favorite ThingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | New York Magazine

    I use a Cartier fountain pen when writing longhand. I love going to the store and walking past all the glorious jewels when it's time to replenish my cartridge supply.

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