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  1. Lilley and Backhouse excel for York - A'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | York Press

    ALEX LILLEY and Tom Backhouse excelled for York 'A' in the first division of Hirepoint Plant & Tool Hire under-15 championship in the York & District Junior Cricket Association. Batting first, York ran up a total of 102-7 at home to Heworth with Lilley making 43 and Ben Robinson 20, while for Heworth, Edward Rymer took 2-13.


  2. Cricket: York East School Sports finalRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | York Press

    TWO primary schools booked their places in the final of the York East School Sports Schools stage of this year's Drax Cup, the biggest cricket competition for under-9s in the country. Robert Wilkinson Primary Academy finished top in a three-way series of pool games for the Huntington schools' cluster with wins over Stockton-on-the-Forest and Yearsley Grove .


  3. Cricket: Woodhouse Grange topple Pocklington to open summit gapRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | York Press

    WOODHOUSE Grange established an early lead at the top of the York & District Junior Cricket Association Hirepoint Plant & Tool Hire Under-13 championship first division table thanks to a win over Pocklington. Batting first, they scored 110-3 with Dan Durkin , Henry Cooper and James Tingle .


  4. Pack light for NYC's 'Traveling Papers' as baggage is included at Theatre RowRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Broadway Global knows travel is always an adventure during Tony Award season. A brand new travel play is packed brilliantly around sophisticated baggage that fits the size wise perfectly, for the smartest theatre ticket and NYC adventure in town.


  5. De Blasio escalates criticism of CuomoRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Newsday

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio takes a question during a news conference on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, in Albany. Photo Credit: AP / Mike Groll Mayor Bill de Blasio, in his harshest attack yet on Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, said he lacks a partner in the state's chief executive, accusing Cuomo of excuse-making, "putting out distractions" to stymie the city's agenda and failing to show leadership.


  6. Cuomo Asks Long-in-the-Nail New Yorkers to Inquire About Conditions at Their SalonRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The New York Observer

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo today debuted a "Bill of Rights for Nail Workers" and a checklist of questions he called for salon patrons to ask next time they visit a manicurist or pedicurist in the state. Following weeks of controversy surrounding the beauty industry after a New York Times series revealed poor wages and working conditions at nail salons, Mr. Cuomo announced his office would send a sign outlining workers' rights-including to minimum wage, tips, a meal break, protective gloves, goggles and a respirator and being able to start a job without paying a fee-that all salons will be required to hang in plain view.


  7. New Works Take the Stage in 2015 Ice Factory Festival at New Ohio Theatre, 6/24-8/8Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Artistic Director Robert Lyon s proudly presents the 22nd annual OBIE Award-winning Ice Factory Festival. Ice Factory 2015 takes place at New Ohio Theatre, located at 154 Christopher Street between Greenwich and Washington Streets in New York City.


  8. Why Philadelphians Are Head Over Heels In Love With Their BusesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Phillymag.com

    Earlier this month, statistics came out showing just how much bus ridership in New York City has plummeted there since the Great Recession. Frankly, it's shocking.


  9. Video: Catch Up with Season 2 of Seeking Webseries, Featuring on the Town's Jay Armstrong JohnsonRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Jay Armstrong Johnson , star of Broadway's Tony nominated ON THE TOWN , stars in the second season of the award-winning comedic web series SEEKING , which is now live online. Click below to catch up with all the episodes! SEEKING's first season garnered festival buzz and recognition, including the coveted Best Web Series Award at Long Beach Indie International Film Festival and a Best Actress win for Creator/Lead Ronit Aranoff at the LA Web Series Festival.


  10. Patrons, elected officials call for 6-day library service at Coney Island, Bushwick branchesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    Patrons and elected officials are scheduled to rally this morning outside of two Brooklyn Public Library branches - in Bushwick and in Coney Island - forced to close on Mondays due to budget cuts. The events are part of the Invest in Libraries campaign's "Citywide Day of Action," urging the city to fully fund a critical community resource.


  11. Michael Cerveris, David Greenspan, Daphne Gaines and More Set for HERE's FutureCity Gala, June 1Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    On Monday, June 1, HERE honors Mary McCormick, President of the Fund for the City of New York, and Donn Russell, Director of The Peg Santvoord Foundation, at its annual gala. The gala, entitled FutureCity, begins at 6:00pm with the Taste of Tomorrow Dinner at City Winery featuring VIP Cocktail Reception, dinner, performances and live & silent auctions, and continues with The HEREafter Party, beginning at 8:30pm at HERE , with cocktails, hors d'Oeuvres, silent auction, performances and dancing.


  12. FOUR men have been jailed after detectives smashed a gang that robbed bank vans in York.Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | York Press

    The group twice targeted vans in Acomb . Handing out sentences totalling 27 years, the Recorder of York, Judge Stephen Ashurst said: "This is a case which has the hallmarks of professional planned commercial robbery."


  13. Where Can You Live on Minimum Wage?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | National Review Online

    Vox serves up another over-selling headline: "A full-time minimum-wage job won't get you a 1-bedroom apartment anywhere in America." That is not actually true, as many thousands of minimum-wage renters can attest; what is true is that a single-earner household in which the sole worker earns the minimum wage cannot pay the rent and utilities on the average "fair market value" apartment in any U.S. state or in almost any U.S. county- for 30 percent of his income or less , the benchmark for "affordable."


  14. US appeals court: Alzheimera s drug swap is anti-competitiveRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | KDWN

    A federal appeals court has ruled that drug manufacturer Actavis PLC's attempted switch of patented Alzheimer's medication, which halted distribution of the old drug before its patent expires this summer, violates U.S. antitrust law. The decision unsealed this week explains the ruling last week by a three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that requires the Irish company to keep distributing Namenda until 30 days after its patent expires on July 11. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sought that court order.


  15. Dallas Man Claims His Tex-Mex Joint Javelina in New York is The Real DealRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | D Magazine

    If you grew up in Texas, moved to New York, and tried to find comfort in a Tex-Mex combination plate, you know what I am about to write. Many restauranteurs have tried to open Tex-Mex joints but have failed.


  16. Study links tattoos to skin problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Shortly after she got her first tattoo, Roberta noticed that the area of skin where the tattoo was located was not healing properly and became swollen and itchy. The Doctors send her to dermatologist Dr. Glynis Ablon to get to the bottom of her... Findings from a new study show that more than 10 percent of adult New Yorkers who got a tattoo developed a rash, severe itching, swelling or infection.


  17. Stunning 36 percent rise in U.S. visits to Cuba since JanuaryRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | O-R Online

    In this Sunday photo, tourists enjoy cigars, mojitos and live music at the Bodeguita del Medio Bar, frequented by the late American novelist Ernest Hemingway in Old Havana, Cuba.


  18. First Friday Film intros - Seymour'Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Herald Gazette

    On Friday, June 6, the Farnsworth Art Museum and the Strand Theatre will present "Seymour: an Introduction" as the monthly First Friday Film. The screening will take place at 8 p.m. at the Strand, 345 Main St., following the art walk.


  19. Old African-American celebration given second life in New YorkRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    An African-American celebration called Pinkster dating back to the 17th century is enjoying a quiet revival in New York, giving the city a fresh glimpse at the largely ignored contribution that black colonists made to America's emerging culture. Considered the oldest African-American holiday, Pinkster was virtually unknown to generations of New Yorkers until three years ago when a group of black history enthusiasts decided to resurrect it.


  20. Artist seeks help to create work at Brooklyn Army TerminalRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    Imagine if Pablo Picasso asked you to pick up a paint brush to help him paint "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" back in 1907. A Bay Ridge artist is offering everyday New Yorkers the chance to assist her in the creation of a new, large-scale art installation she is preparing for the Brooklyn Army Terminal in Sunset Park.