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  1. April 26: Hungry kids, horrid boroughs and horny neighborsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | New York Daily News

    Manhattan: We applaud Mayor de Blasio's strong push to fight inequality and hunger by urging more New Yorkers in need to sign up for food stamps . But there's much more work to be done.

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  2. New York Experiencing Spike of Hospitalizations in Relation to Synthetic Marijuana UseRead the original story

    Sunday | Emailwire.com

    New York, NY -- According to CNN on April 18th, 2015, New York state has issued a health alert as a result of a striking increase in synthetic marijuana induced hospitalizations. According to government official Governor Andrew Cuomo, over 160 patients have been rushed to the hospital within the past 9 days with synthetic marijuana-related emergencies.

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  3. From bartending to brokering: mixing up a new careerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Business News

    David Beegun has spent 14 years behind bars, both in his native Chicago and, since 2011, in Brooklyn's Cain's Tavern. Last year, he was nominated for Best Bartender in The Village Voice Readers' Choice Contest, a New York City-wide poll.

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  4. Audit Report Finds Medicaid WasteRead the original story

    Saturday | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    In New York, Medicaid is a vital program for residents, but improving operations to erase fraud is imperative according to state officials.

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  5. Most Recent CommentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Brooklynian

    As has been expected, Karim Camara has recently announced that he is leaving the NYS assembly for greener pastures: For those unaware, this is what he did: However, the Republicans control one of the chambers , so it is safe to say his job in the Democratic controlled assembly just got a lot more frustrating. [fixed 2/9/2015] Despite this, some people would love to replace him, and there will likely be a special election complete with candidates accusing each other of things that I can't make up, and incredible amounts of populist rhetoric.

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  6. No arrests for minor crimes? Bad ideaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Crain's New York Business

    We are sliding back to the city of Dinkins. That ended horribly, with an exodus of the middle class, and took years to rebuild.

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  7. Nets are in the middle of city's quietest playoff runRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | New York Post

    It is one matter to be the second-class team in your sport in a city. Submitted into evidence: the Nets versus the Knicks.

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  8. Royal baby buzz: Why Americans love the British royalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Sydney Morning Herald

    NEW YORK: "I'm probably going to continue to cry at how happy I am for Kate and her growing family as well as hysterically scream from the thought that actually she has another baby now." This is how Jasmine, a 19-year-old university student, describes her feelings about the impending birth of the next royal baby.

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  9. Legends of the FDNY: Heroes dating back to the 18th centuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | New York Daily News

    From the 18th century until today, these men played pivotal roles in shaping the New York Fire Department. These smoke-eaters are true legends.

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  10. Painful vigil for New Yorkers with family in NepalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | New York Daily News

    Restaurant owner Purushotam Khadgi was rolling down the security gate of the Woodside Cafe in Queens around 2 a.m. Saturday morning when he heard about the catastrophic 7.8-magnitude earthquake that had hit his home country of Nepal, killing more than 1,300. "I was afraid," he said.

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  11. Kathleen Parker: With a song in prisoners' heartsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Commercial Dispatch

    Lee Correctional Institution, South Carolina's largest maximum-security prison, gets plenty of bad press -- from a riot and a lockdown in February to drone-delivered contraband a few days ago. On a recent serendipitous visit to the prison with a friend, renowned cellist Claire Bryant, and a group of her fellow New York musicians, I was privileged to witness the transformative power of music scored with human kindness.

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  12. How to make your pet Insta-famous in 4 easy stepsRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 25 | New York Post

    When news broke that Karl Lagerfeld's fluffy white feline, Choupette, raked in more than $4 million for two modeling gigs in 2014, I decided I'd had it with my freeloading feline. Jameson - a 6-year-old tabby I adopted from the Humane Society of New York - was racking up expenses with his grain-free canned food, medicated eardrops and biweekly Uber rides to the veterinarian's office after a string of ear infections.

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  13. SSO's 'become ocean' CD/DVD fails on a number of countsRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Seattle Gay News

    Being generally inclined to like 'minimalist' music, I wanted to like john luther adams' 'become ocean.' I have also been impressed by some of the recent CDs produced in-house by the Seattle Symphony and its recording engineer, Dmitriy Lipay.

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  14. Bratton: Relationship between city officials, union betterRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | MyFoxNY

    New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says there's "much less tension" between the police union and city officials now than there was in the aftermath of the chokehold death of a Staten Island man last year. New Yorkers protested the death last July of Eric Garner after police placed him in a chokehold on a Staten Island street.

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  15. Kathleen Parker: With a song in prisonersa heartsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Janesville Gazette

    Lee Correctional Institution, South Carolina's largest maximum-security prison, gets plenty of bad press - from a riot and a lockdown in February to drone-delivered contraband a few days ago. On a recent serendipitous visit to the prison with a friend, renowned cellist Claire Bryant, and a group of her fellow New York musicians, I was privileged to witness the transformative power of music scored with human kindness.

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  16. Bruce Jenner comes out as transgender, says 'I am a woman'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Miami Herald

    In the 1970s, Bruce Jenner was a symbol of American masculinity as an Olympic champion. Nearly 40 years later, in an extraordinary television interview, Jenner told the world that he identifies as a woman and has felt gender confusion since he was a little boy growing up in the New York suburbs.

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  17. ISIS and Boko Haram: How do we save the girls they brutally kidnap?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Mashable

    Hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram are still missing. Despite thousands of concerned tweets under a widespread #BringBackOurGirls hashtag, experts still can't say for sure if they'll ever be rescued.

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  18. A critical fork in the road for MilwaukeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    The recent surge of violence has Milwaukee staring at a critical fork in the road. One path leads to Baltimore, a city with the highest per capita homicide rate in nation.

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  19. Giuliani Implies Cops Wouldn't Have Been Murdered If He Were Still MayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | 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.

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  20. How Walker Art Center inspired the new Whitney MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Star Tribune

    As he prepares to open the New York museum's riverfront home, director Adam Weinberg talks about his Minnesota roots. The new Whitney Museum of American Art overlooks the Hudson River in New York City and adjoins the High Line .

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