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  1. Stop the presses: Paul Goldberger's take on critical relevance in the social media ageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Archinect School Blog

    In architecture, the rise of the 21st century media landscape has created connective tissue where none used to exist: the day-to-day work of architecture used to be relatively obscure, and now it is spotlighted and deconstructed regularly. The most successful architects are not those who shun this newfound audience, but rather engage with it.


  2. Local doctor loses license after state board rules he abused female patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Times Herald-Record

    A physician formerly practicing with Crystal Run Healthcare was ordered by the New York State Department of Health to surrender his medical license effective Monday, following complaints by female patients that he inappropriately touched them, state records show. The state Board for Professional Medical Conduct found that Dr. Nishant R. Nadpara abused three patients between 2008 and 2012 and failed to maintain medical records while employed at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center Family Practice Clinic in Utica and at Crystal Run.


  3. Wanted: New York Businessmen With GutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | City Journal

    'Here's my beef with the New York state business community,' charged Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, after reeling off numbers comparing the state's wan economic performance with the rest of the country to the state Business Council during his failed gubernatorial bid last fall. 'You stand for it.


  4. Without fanfare or public debate, repeal of NY Safe Act shelved by DemocratsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 |

    The NY Assembly Codes Committee decided on April 23, 2015 that debate on the floor of the Assembly would be denied for any repeal of the controversial NY Safe Act On April 23, 2015, the New York State Assembly Codes Committee met to discuss Bills A-2651 and A-3350. Each of these Bills sought to repeal the NY Safe Act , enacted a little over 2 years ago without debate or public input as a matter of necessity in reaction to the Sandy Hook shootings.


  5. On Native GroundIS it Still Worth it to Get a College Degree?Read the original story

    Jun 2, 2011 | American Reporter

    Fifteen million Americans served in the military during World War II, and about 359,000 Americans died in the war. Today, when someone dies in Iraq or Afghanistan, their body comes home within a matter of days.


  6. Former Gov. George Pataki Presidential Announcement SetRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2011 | WBEN-AM Buffalo

    Former New York State Governor George Pataki has set an announcement for next week in New Hampshire, where he will unveil his presidential aspirations and apparently begin campaigning for the Republican nomination the very next day. On May 28 he is to announce his decision on a 2016 presidential run, after suggesting a campaign during several events in recent weeks across New Hampshire and Iowa.


  7. US should kill as many ISIS fighters as possible, Pataki saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Norwalk Reflector

    George Pataki, the former three-term New York governor considering a run for president, said the U.S. should send troops to Iraq to confront Islamic State militants. The 69-year-old has joined a chorus of Republican hopefuls calling for the U.S. to send soldiers to Iraq to attack the group, also known as ISIS, after it toppled Ramadi this week.


  8. Cuomo Announces AppointmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mass Transit

    New York Gov. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo May 20 announced seven appointments to his administration, adding to a team committed to implementing his agenda. "Each of these individuals have proven their dedication to public service and will help our administration continue to expand opportunity for all New Yorkers," Cuomo said.


  9. medical marijuanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WTEN-TV Albany

    The application deadline for companies vying for a medical marijuana license is looming, and one of the state's five growing facilities could be coming to the Capital Region. An organization called Empire State Health Solutions, LLC wants to manufacture medical marijuana at the Tryon Technology Park and Incubator Center in Johnstown.


  10. NYCHA Chair delivers big on housing plan and new babyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Albany Times Union

    Capitol Confidential gathers the best coverage of New York politics and puts it all together. Each section - Capitol, The State Worker, New York on the Potomac, and Voices - represents a unique facet of the political scene.


  11. 'He makes New York': Tributes paid as David Letterman takes his final bowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Sydney Morning Herald

    NEW YORK: "We've done over 6000 shows and I was here for most of them, and I can tell you, a pretty high percentage of those shows absolutely sucked," said David Letterman to his audience on Wednesday night. "And also, in light of all this praise, merited or not, do me a favour, save a little for my funeral."


  12. An LED time-lapsed image of New York shown in the building's elevator.Photo: AFPRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | South China Morning Post

    Testament to the regeneration of New York, 15 years after the September 11, 2001 attacks, is the new observation deck at the World Trade Centre, offering spectacular views across the city. "We are back, 100 per cent," New York Mayor Bill de Blasio told CBS television in a special programme broadcast atop the observation deck that covers the 100th, 101st and 102nd floors of the gleaming glass tower.


  13. amazonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Clickz

    Starting today, New Yorkers with Prime memberships can order groceries, meals and baked goods from select local businesses, cementing Amazon's role in the local delivery space. Starting today, Amazon Prime subscribers in New York can order meals from Gourmet Garage, groceries from D'Agostino, baked goods from Billy's Bakery.


  14. Chinese Rockers Second Hand Rose "Crossing Boundaries" World TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mi2n

    "...when the Tom Waits-like opening to 'Picking A Flower' gave way to its folksy chorus, with Liang Long's distinctively Chinese croon, I found myself singing along with everyone else; I knew the melody even though I'd heard it just once before. When the song morphed into a Pink Floyd psychedelic space riff, only to devolve into Peking opera instrumentals and, finally, to nineties-style hard rock, the appeal of this bonkers mixture became clear: it's a tour of the sounds that constitute an urban, internet-savvy, millennial Chinese youth."


  15. Nick Cannon, Jimmy Fallon Help Sn...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MediaPost

    Earlier this year, Snapple, which is keenly aware that its fans are its best salespeople, asked some from its hometown, New York, to share their love of the brand with the rest of the country. Several New Yorkers who are proud Snapple fanatics were chosen to be featured in the brand's 2015 ad campaign, including national TV spots that are currently airing .


  16. Be honest: ISIS fight will be a long oneRead the original story

    Thursday |

    Despite months of an American-led bombing campaign, the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has conquered the Iraqi city of Ramadi. It is a major setback, and it should compel policymakers to assess whether our strategy - which in the near term boils down to containing and disrupting ISIS while we bolster stable governance in Iraq - is working.


  17. Editorial: New retirement crisis needs state responseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Times Herald-Record

    Survey results released this week by the America Association of Retired Persons confirmed some bad news about the future.


  18. City Composting Effort Will Reduce Waste, But Needs RoomRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | City Limits

    Members of the Gowanus Canal Conservancy work on a windrow during their monthly compost build. Their site is one of more than 200 around the city already involved in reusing food waste that otherwise would be trucked to a landfill.


  19. Launch Your Own Posh Tomato FranchiseRead the original story

    Thursday | MLM Business Opportunities Blog

    Founded by three brothers in Brooklyn, Posh Tomato has since served up popular, cracker thin-crust pizzas to thousands of New Yorkers. Their brick oven pizza is topped with hand-pulled mozzarella cheese, made-from-scratch sauce and a line of fresh toppings.


  20. The Case for Baking Bike Infrastructure Into Vision Zero ProjectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    London is surging ahead with big plans for protected bikeways that span the city. By comparison, New York's bike plans, while moving forward incrementally, feel piecemeal.