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Years after establishing a Manhattan gallery in the mid-1980s, husband-and-wife artists Robert Bernard Hurwitz and Alice Hurwitz left the city to pursue life upstate while... [Read More]
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Nehemiah Mack scored five of his 11 points and pulled in a key rebound inside the final two minutes to help Manhattan beat Costal Carolina... [Read More]
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This year they focused on Lower Manhattan. [Read More]
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A gutsy food delivery guy chased down a drunk off-duty cop who plowed into him in Manhattan on Friday — and sat on her car... [Read More]
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A veterinarian ruled a dolphin found dead in Manhattan Beach died of a bullet wound, and now there's a reward to catch the person responsible.... [Read More]
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The Texas Tech football team will head to Manhattan, Kansas, Saturday, Nov. 17, to take on the Kansas State Wildcats with kickoff slated for 2:30... [Read More]
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The daily New York commute is all about survival. Everyone seems to be doing everything they can just to get by. But when Raymond Thompson... [Read More]
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A new FAO opened Friday in Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, about 10 blocks from its former home near Central Park. [Read More]
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Three years after it closed its beloved toy store on Fifth Avenue, FAO Schwarz has returned to New York. A new FAO opened Friday in... [Read More]
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Cell phone video captured the moment a special needs child arrived at his Upper West Side home late Thursday. Alex Jonas, 9, was stuck on his school... [Read More]
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Three years after it closed its beloved toy store on Fifth Avenue, FAO Schwarz is making a return to New York. A new FAO opens... [Read More]
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A dolphin was found deceased from an apparent bullet wound earlier this month on Manhattan Beach, authorities said Friday. The dolphin was found on Nov. [Read More]
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Not far from Columbia University, this new Kikoo Sushi isn't the first one to open in Manhattan - it also has a location in the... [Read More]
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The American Red Cross will held the 9th Annual Keep the Drive Alive Blood Drive in memory of Kevin Coffey, a 2009 Manhattan High School... [Read More]
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Legendary toy store FAO Schwarz is back in business in Manhattan, holding a ribbon cutting for its new flagship store in Rockefeller Center. Fred Katayama... [Read More]
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A bar has opened in New York City for the Harry Potter generation, and for the Lord of the Rings generation, and for anyone that... [Read More]
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Marvel Entertainment chairman Ike Perlmutter is notorious for his political conservatism and aversion to being photographed. But a new report out of Manhattan Federal Court... [Read More]
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Speaker Corey Johnson (D-Manhattan), standing beside a downed tree felled by Thursday's snowstorm, on Friday promised a review of how the city handled the pre-winter... [Read More]
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Manhattan Parks and Recreation held a ribbon cutting Thursday to mark the opening of the new Old Blue River Trail. [Read More]
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William Goldman, who won Oscars for his original screenplay for "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and his adaptation of "All the President's Men," died... [Read More]
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