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  • Assemblyman From Queens Is Arrested

    NYT > New York
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Assemblyman William Scarborough, whose use of the state’s travel voucher system had been under investigation, was expected to be charged Wednesday in Albany with abusing that system.
  • Former Chief Administrative Judge Will Leave the Bench in Misconduct Case

    NYT > N.Y. / Region
    By MARC SANTORA
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:05 am
    Barry M. Kamins agreed to leave the judiciary after a finding that he improperly offered political advice to the former Brooklyn district attorney while sitting on the bench.
  • Sandy Hook Elementary School evacuated after threat

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    Associated Press
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:14 am
    MONROE, Conn. –€” A threat has led to the evacuation of the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Nancy Bartosik of the superintendent’s office in the town of Monroe says...
  • MTA to put cameras in hundreds of subway cars over 5 years

    Daily News - News
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:31 am
    Turning up the heat on subway perverts, the MTA will put surveillance cameras in more than 1,000 new train cars scheduled to arrive in batches over the next five years.
  • Jeter Looks to Connect Players, Fans in New Web Venture

    NEWS - NY1
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:36 am
    Just three days after his final game, former Yankees captain Derek Jeter is launching a new website to help professional athletes connect with their fans.
 
 
 
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  • Bettman: New Islanders Owners Will Bring In Additional Resources

    jcap17
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:58 am
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Jonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin will officially take over control of the Islanders in two years, now that the NHL Board of Governors has approved their purchase of the team from Charles Wang. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman told reporters on Tuesday that Ledecky, the former co-owner of the Washington Capitals and NBA’s Washington Wizards, and Malkin, an investor, are prepared to “bring in some additional ownership expertise, resources.” That could mean they target fellow Harvard graduate Phil Falcone, a hedge fund mogul who currently co-owns…
  • Raging Fire Damages Several Atlantic City Buildings

    rmchatelain
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:55 am
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Firefighters battled a multialarm blaze that damaged several buildings in Atlantic City just steps from the resort town’s boardwalk. The buildings, on the 1100 block of Atlantic Avenue, caught fire late Tuesday night and burned into early Wednesday before finally being extinguished. The street is about a block from the boardwalk. The fire started at a consignment shop and spread to three other buildings, two of which suffered partial collapses, fire officials said. The Red Cross is helping 17 people who were displaced by the blaze. At least…
  • Sandy Hook Elementary School Evacuated, Kids Sent Home Following Bomb Threat

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    1 Oct 2014 | 9:50 am
    MONROE, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut was evacuated Wednesday following a bomb threat. According to Monroe Police Lt. Brian McCauley, the school was evacuated as a precaution after the threat was called in at 9:30 a.m. McCauley said the building and grounds were checked and no evidence of danger was found. The school was dismissed early following the threat and students were moved to a nearby school to be picked up by their parents, said Nancy Bartosik, with the Monroe superintendent’s office. Students have been attending classes in a…
  • No Resolution For Jets WR Quincy Enunwa, Who Is Accused Of Assault

    bkallet
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:44 am
    FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A New York Jets practice squad player is due in court in two weeks on domestic violence charges, possibly to have a trial date set. A conference scheduled in Florham Park municipal court Wednesday for Quincy Enunwa was postponed because the woman he was accused of injuring did not attend. Defense lawyer Anthony Fusco says the woman lives in Nebraska, where Enunwa attended college, and is not currently in a relationship with Enunwa. Florham Park police say the rookie wide receiver, who was selected in the sixth round of the draft, pulled a female off a…
  • Stephanie & Tony’s Table: Potatoes, Sausage & Eggs

    Jesse
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:20 am
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Some simple ingredients you might make for breakfast can add up to a delicious meal any time of day. Stephanie and Tony Tantillo have this recipe for you. Click here for a printable version of this recipe (.pdf) Potatoes, Sausage & Egg Ingredients 6 Baby Yukon Gold Potatoes 2 Sausage Links 2 oz. Rosemary 1 Egg, Fried 6 oz. Chicken Stock 2 oz. Olive Oil Salt & Pepper To Taste Preparation In a skillet, brown the sausage. Remove from pan, set aside. Add 4 oz. of chicken stock & olive oil, bring to boil. Add potatoes & sausage, cook 10-15 minutes. Add…
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  • Dallas Ambulance Crew Who Brought Ebola Patient to Hospital Is Quarantined

    NBC 5 STAFF
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:40 am
    The Dallas Fire-Rescue ambulance crew who transported the man infected with Ebola to the hospital have tested negative for the Ebola virus, according to the City of Dallas.The City of Dallas said Tuesday that the crew took all safety precautions and was isolated and tested following the discovery.The three members of the ambulance crew are restricted to their homes while their conditions are observed and while the virus' incubation period passes.The patient was vomiting when the ambulance got to the hospital, Dallas city spokeswoman Sana Syed said. The ambulance crew is among 12 to 18…
  • Jeter on His Career: Never Wanted to Embarrass Parents

    CATHY RAINONE
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:39 am
    Newly retired New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter said he avoided scandal and controversy during his storied career because he did not want to humiliate his parents.“I’ve always had tried to treat people with respect, the way I wanted to be treated,” the 14-time All Star said in a “Today” show interview that aired Wednesday. “I’ve always been very cautious with what I do. I started at a young age and I’ve always had the mentality that I never wanted to embarrass my parents. That fear is still there.” Derek Jeter Has RBI Single in Last…
  • Marine Jailed in Mexico Could Be Released Within Weeks: Mom

    R. STICKNEY
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:37 am
    A dismissal or acquittal may be close for a U.S. Marine jailed in Mexico on weapons charges his mother said Wednesday.Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi's attorney expects action after psychiatric evaluations from both defense and prosecutors were filed in court late Tuesday. Jailed U.S. Marine to File Motion for Mistrial: Attorney "I believe we are just several weeks away. We are very hopeful," Jill Tahmooressi said.Many have been following the case of the 26-year-old inactive reservist who served two tours of Afghanistan and was seeking treatment for his PTSD in San Diego when he was…
  • Ex-Madam Kristin Davis Gets 2 Years for Pill Peddling

    1 Oct 2014 | 9:20 am
    Kristin Davis, the former madam and candidate for governor and New York City comptroller, was sentenced Wednesday to two years in jail after she pleaded guilty to illegally distributing prescription pills, the U.S. Attorney said.Davis was arrested in August 2013 for selling hundreds of powerful painkillers and other prescription pills to a drug dealer wearing a wire, federal authorities said. Falling Metal Hurts 2 on Sidewalk in Times Square: FDNY According to the United States Attorney's Office, Davis sold drugs on several occasions to an FBI cooperating witness between January and…
  • Sandy Hook Elementary Evacuated

    1 Oct 2014 | 9:17 am
    Sandy Hook Elementary School in Monroe, Connecticut, was evacuated this morning because of a bomb threat.The school was searched and nothing was found, according to Monroe police. Dallas Ambulance Crew Who Brought Ebola Patient to Hospital Is Quarantined A bomb threat was called into the school at 9:39 a.m., police said.As a precaution, the school was evacuated and students were brought to a neighboring school on campus. Texas Boy Choked for Drinking Chocolate Milk: Police Students from the Sandy Hook School have been going to classes in the former Chalk Hill School in Monroe since January…
 
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  • Micro Homes: Genius Wooden 'Mountain' Packs in an Entire Hotel Room

    Jenny Xie
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:45 am
    Photo by Arend Loerts via Gizmodo After commissioning architects and designers to create nine off-the-wall theme rooms, Amsterdam's Volkshotel has unveiled its "Edmund" suite, a nifty wood-and-rubber structure that packs a whole apartment into one piece. Masterminded by Dutch designers Jos Blom and Jasper Eustace, this jaggedy "mountain," as Eustace calls it, pieces together a full bed, mirror, shower, and toilet on the "ground level," and slots in a narrow stairway to an extra special treat on the pinnacle: a full-sized bathtub and desert-y flora. It's not the first time someone has created…
  • Expansions: New York's Guggenheim Museum, the Frank...

    Amy Schellenbaum
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    New York's Guggenheim Museum, the Frank Lloyd Wright masterwork built in 1939, is getting a new space "to house its collection and staff." Who will design the side-car to an American architectural icon? It's a mystery right now, though The Art Newspaper writes the museum is "considering whether to hold a competition to find an architect." Stay tuned. [The Art Newspaper via Curbed NY]
  • On the Market: Clark Gable's Handsome Pink Palm Springs Home Asks $2.2M

    Spencer Peterson
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:33 am
    The delightfully pink former Palm Springs home of Turner Classic superhunk Clark Gable and comedic actress Carole Lombard has been put up for sale. The Spanish Colonial dwelling is currently owned by producer Joel Douglas, son of actor Kirk Douglas and brother of actor Michael Douglas, who last listed it for sale in 2009 for $1,999,000, and is now seeking $2,195,000. Built in 1925 and recently renovated, it comes on .6 acres with a tree-lined circular drive, a pool, a detached pool house, a "guest casita," and a gravely adorable kitchen. As an added bonus, the estate comes fully furnished,…
  • Tech Titans: Did Mark Zuckerberg Just Drop $66M on 375 Acres in Hawaii?

    Amy Schellenbaum
    1 Oct 2014 | 6:30 am
    Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg (a human who is 30-and-one-half years-old) is reportedly the buyer of 375 acres on the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauai, a parcel that was recently on the market for $75M. According to a "source" of Pacific Business News, the acreage that Zuckerberg bought for a "likely" $66M is deeded and entitled to hold "80 homesites with approved roads," meaning the Zuck could very well be poised to create his own Hawaiian mega-compound on what the brokerbabble describes as "the most picturesque of the Hawaiian Islands." (Or, in other words,…
  • Linkage: LEDs in the Sistine Chapel; Adorable Home Offices; More!

    Jenny Xie
    1 Oct 2014 | 5:45 am
    Photo via Houzz · Illuminating the Sistine Chapel with 7,000 LEDs. [The Atlantic] · The hidden history of San Francisco's Goodwill HQ. [Curbed SF] · A new social network for urban apartment dwellers. [Co.Exist] · Go inside the Behr paint factory. [Apartment Therapy] · Intense "concrete porn" shot all around Miami. [Curbed Miami] · How to make room for two offices in one home. [Houzz] · Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld's first project in NYC. [Curbed NY] · In Sweden, a $350,000 remodel to get rid of mice. [WSJ] · Rent the house from The Fugitive.
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  • Pied-A-Terre Tax Proposal

    1 Oct 2014 | 6:32 am
    A new pied-a-terre tax proposal  A new tax proposal being evaluated by Mayor de Blasio is a property tax surcharge on pied-a-terre residences valued at more than $5million owned by buyers from across the country and around the world.The tax of up to 4% a year would apply to all apartments and homes with a current market value of more than $5 million, and would exempt the primary residences of New Yorkers.People who have a primary residence in the city would still have to pay the higher tax if they own a second home valued at more than $5 million.The proposal would impose the tax…
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  • Location Affordability by Household Type

    15 Sep 2014 | 1:21 pm
    The Citizen’s Budget Commission (CBC) has issued a series of reports comparing New York City’s affordability to that of the 21 largest cities in the country using a concept of “location affordability” developed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Location affordability includes the cost of transportation as well as housing, usually the two largest items in a household’s budget.  According to HUD’s Location Affordability Index (LAI) that measures these two costs, a household paying more than 45 percent of their income for these costs is…
  • 498 West End Avenue | Rentals to Condos

    14 Sep 2014 | 4:56 am
    498 West End Avenue 498 West End AvenueA century-old handsome limestone and brick rental building located between West 83rd and West 84th streets on West End Avenuue is converting from rental units to three to five-bedroom condominium residences designed by CetraRuddy.West 84th Street | Edgar Allen Poe Ct  Approximate asking prices will start around $3 million and go up to more than $10 million. Sales are expected to launch this month. The building is expected to be completed by spring of 2015.Included in the conversion will be a 4,000-square-foot rooftop addition that the Landmarks…
  • New Construction: UWS | 210 West 77th Street

    12 Sep 2014 | 5:46 am
    210 West 77th Street 210 West 77th StreetAn 18 story, 25 unit 1/2 floor and full floor condominium residences are being designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen for developer The Naftali Group.Units range in price from$4.9 million to $12 million from 2,058 square feet, for 1/2 floor unit to a  4,919-square-foot 5BR/5.5BA "townhouse" duplex with a 1,280-square-foot terrace. There will also be a $10 million full-floor 4BR and a $7.05 million half-floor unit on the 10th floor. Building amenities will include a 24-hour doorman, roof terrace, fitness center, party room, and bike storage.
 
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  • The Trans-Everything CEO

    17 Sep 2014 | 5:06 am
    Futurist, pharma tycoon, satellite entrepreneur, philosopher. Martine Rothblatt, the highest-paid female executive in America, was born male. But that is far from the thing that defines her. Just ask her wife. Then ask the robot version of her wife.
  • The Taming of the Trading Monster

    6 Jun 2014 | 1:31 pm
    After his firm’s indictment, Steven A. Cohen is richer than ever—but almost everything has changed.
  • Our Congenial Web Overlords

    12 Jan 2014 | 3:58 pm
    Ken and Ben Lerer fund 185 tech companies—and counting.
  • Saw

    29 Sep 2013 | 5:57 pm
    Who Etsy found on Etsy.
  • Quirky

    29 Sep 2013 | 5:55 pm
    His big idea: using yours.
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    The Caucus

  • The Caucus Ends Its Campaign

    By The New York Times
    22 Sep 2014 | 4:00 am
    The Caucus on Monday suspended its campaign. Follow First Draft, a fast-paced political briefing on all things Washington and elections.
  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, Sept. 21

    By Elena Schneider
    20 Sep 2014 | 11:55 am
    Congress approved funding for equipping Syrian rebels against Islamic States and lawmakers will discuss their votes on several of the Sunday shows.
  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, Sept. 14

    By Elena Schneider
    13 Sep 2014 | 11:24 am
    President Obama vowed to "degrade and ultimately destroy" ISIS in a speech he gave on Wednesday. Lawmakers and analysts will discuss his strategy on the Sunday shows.
  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, Sept. 7

    By Elena Schneider
    6 Sep 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Lawmakers will weigh in on President Obama's international coalition to fight Islamist militants.
  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, Aug. 31

    By Elena Schneider
    30 Aug 2014 | 12:28 pm
    President Obama drew criticism on Thursday when he said, "we don't have a strategy yet," for military action against ISIS in Syria. Lawmakers will weigh in on Mr. Obama's comments on the Sunday shows.
 
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  • Young Carlos

    17 Sep 2014 | 5:06 am
    As many as 74,000 children could come into this country by themselves this year, undocumented. There are more in New York than in any other state save Texas, many awaiting court rulings that could send them back home. Here’s one.
  • The Color of His Presidency

    11 Apr 2014 | 2:56 pm
    Optimists hoped Obama would usher in a new age of racial harmony. Pessimists feared a surge in racial strife. Neither was right. But what happened instead has been even more invidious.
  • 91 Minutes With Philippe Reines

    10 Feb 2014 | 7:37 am
    Going in circles with Hillary Clinton’s no-holds-barred public defender.
  • America’s Mayor: The Sequel

    7 Feb 2014 | 2:15 pm
    Bill de Blasio’s landslide has made him a beacon for liberals nationally. But does Park Slope really play in Peoria?
  • Old Tricks

    26 Jan 2014 | 3:58 pm
    Files from the beginning of the Ailes era.
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    City Room

  • A Beer at the Plaza

    By Gilbert Gjersvik
    1 Oct 2014 | 5:51 am
    Metropolitan Diary: A distinguished hotel's take on a fancy-looking beer that came all the way across the East River.
  • New York Today: Month of Festivals

    By Annie Correal
    1 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    Wednesday: A festival for every taste, clouds stick around, and the case of a burglar vs. a Swedish tourist.
  • Should a Cat-Kicker Go to Jail? Readers Respond

    By Tatiana Schlossberg
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:35 pm
    An article about a man charged with animal cruelty who is about to go on trial attracted more than 1,600 comments on The Times's website, and 790 comments on Facebook.
  • How Fast Is It?

    By Andy Newman
    30 Sep 2014 | 10:16 am
    We've got a radar gun now. Tell us what moving objects in the city you'd like us to measure.
  • Communication Failure at the Museum

    By Janet Brof
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:01 am
    Metropolitan Diary: A museum visitor knew she was hard of hearing, but she didn't expect an exchange with a stranger to turn into mumbles and shrieks.
 
 
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  • Beltran undergoes surgery on ailing right elbow

    Bryan Hoch
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:05 pm
    Carlos Beltran underwent surgery to remove loose pieces and a bone spur from his troublesome right elbow on Tuesday at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, and the Yankees outfielder is expected to be ready for Spring Training.
  • Yanks fall short of playoff goal in Jeter's farewell season

    Bryan Hoch
    29 Sep 2014 | 3:30 pm
    Four-fifths of the Yankees' rotation went down with injuries, and some of the bats they planned to rely on, like Carlos Beltran and Mark Teixeira, also dealt with lingering issues. Derek Jeter provided plenty of memorable moments in his farewell season, but the Yankees did not fulfill their ultimate goal with a postseason berth.
  • Yanks could look to market to fill out lineup in '15

    Bryan Hoch
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:33 pm
    The last two times that the Yankees finished the regular season without the gates opening for a playoff game, they adhered to what can be called the Steinbrenner playbook: open the checkbooks and chase the biggest fish in free agency, stealing the headlines for the winter.
  • Girardi feels playoff letdown, but excited for '15

    Jake Kring-Schreifels
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:17 pm
    Derek Jeter's final farewell to baseball consumed the Yankees' last weekend of play, delaying all the usual emotions that come with ending a season before October. Speaking to reporters from his usual perch at Yankee Stadium on Monday, manager Joe Girardi -- still recovering from the excitement of the Captain's exit -- delivered a dose of reality while looking toward a new era in Yankees history.
  • Voting underway to decide Hank Aaron Awards

    Mark Newman
    29 Sep 2014 | 11:31 am
    Voting is underway through Sunday exclusively at MLB.com to help decide the 16th annual winners of the Hank Aaron Award, given by "The Hammer" himself during the upcoming 110th World Series to the outstanding offensive performer in each league.
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  • Strong finish nets deGrom NL Rookie of Month honors

    Anthony DiComo
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:06 pm
    As perhaps a prelude to a National League Rookie of the Year Award, Mets starter Jacob deGrom on Tuesday was named the NL's Rookie of the Month for September.
  • Voting underway to decide Hank Aaron Awards

    Mark Newman
    29 Sep 2014 | 11:31 am
    Voting is underway through Sunday exclusively at MLB.com to help decide the 16th annual winners of the Hank Aaron Award, given by "The Hammer" himself during the upcoming 110th World Series to the outstanding offensive performer in each league.
  • Mets' 2015 plan includes small but impactful changes

    Anthony DiComo
    29 Sep 2014 | 11:07 am
    The Mets have no grand plans to change much over the winter. When pitchers and catchers report to Port St. Lucie, Fla., four and a half months from now, the roster will not look markedly different from the one that populated Citi Field last Sunday. But the Mets have reason to believe that with even modest improvements, they can be significantly better.
  • Rookie arms dazzled, but Mets fell short of goals in '14

    Anthony DiComo
    29 Sep 2014 | 10:56 am
    When Matt Harvey decided to undergo Tommy John surgery last October, a bit of optimism leaked out of the Mets' 2014 season. The Mets still genuinely believed they could achieve a playoff berth -- that's why general manager Sandy Alderson originally brought up the topic of 90 wins as a benchmark. But even with the seasons of Jacob deGrom and Jeurys Familia, the Mets fell short.
  • Colon posts 15th win, reaches 200 innings in Game 162

    Anthony DiComo
    28 Sep 2014 | 5:13 pm
    Bartolo Colon completed his eighth season of at least 200 innings and his eighth with at least 15 wins with the Mets' 8-3 victory on Sunday. And he did it all at age 41.
 
 
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  • Islanders' sale OK’d by NHL

    30 Sep 2014 | 9:21 pm
    The NHL’s Board of Governors approved the pending sale of the Islanders unanimously on Tuesday. A press conference is expected to take place sometime next week at Nassau Coliseum once details of the sale become official.
  • Tough cuts await Rangers coach Alain Vigneault

    30 Sep 2014 | 9:16 pm
    Anticipation is building for Alain Vigneault’s selection of his final 22 or 23-player roster to open the Rangers’ season, but the focus on this cut is a bit misplaced, because the decisions likely won’t be final at all.
  • Rick Nash impressing Alain Vigneault in NY Rangers training camp

    30 Sep 2014 | 5:25 am
    Some relationships flourish. Some end badly. Some end amicably. In the case of Rick Nash and Rangers fans, maybe both sides just needed a break.
  • Rangers may be forced to go with younger roster

    28 Sep 2014 | 7:37 pm
    The Rangers may be getting younger not just by choice, but by necessity.
  • Anthony Duclair has goal, assist in Rangers’ preseason win over Blackhawks

    26 Sep 2014 | 8:59 pm
    Anthony Duclair made one thing absolutely clear in his first NHL game on Friday night: It should be one of many, many more. The Rangers’ swift 19-year-old wing prospect notched a goal and an assist in a 4-1 preseason win over the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center, looking like he belonged on a top line with Rick Nash and Derick Brassard despite the fact that he is expected to return to his junior club at the start of the regular season to continue his development.
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  • Pregame Notes: Rangers vs. Philadelphia

    29 Sep 2014 | 6:43 am
    NEW YORK RANGERS vs. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS Mon. Sept. 29, 7:00 p.m. ET Madison Square Garden – New York, NY Flyers: 2-1-1* Rangers: 1-1-0 * Philadelphia plays tonight against the New Jersey Devils TOMORROW’S GAME The Rangers continue th...
  • Pregame Notes: Rangers vs. Chicago

    25 Sep 2014 | 12:52 pm
    NEW YORK RANGERS at CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS Friday, Sept. 26, 8:30 p.m. ET United Center – Chicago, IL Rangers: 0-1-0 Blackhawks: 1-0-0* * Chicago plays tonight against the Detroit Red Wings TOMORROW’S GAME The Rangers continue their 2014-...
  • Rangers Reassign 20 Players

    24 Sep 2014 | 2:00 pm
    New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the team has reassigned 20 players from its training camp roster. Twelve of those players will report to Hartford’s training camp: Troy Donnay, Michael K...
  • Derek Stepan Injury Update

    24 Sep 2014 | 1:01 pm
    New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that center Derek Stepan suffered a non-displaced fractured fibula and will be sidelined for four-to-six weeks. Stepan suffered the injury during the team’s practice today ...
  • Fractured Fibula Sidelines Stepan

    24 Sep 2014 | 11:20 am
    The Rangers suffered their first major injury of the 2014-15 season on Wednesday morning when top-line center Derek Stepan suffered a fractured fibula during the team's on-ice fitness testing. It is not yet known how long Stepan will be sidelined,...
 
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  • NJ high school football star charged for punching girl

    30 Sep 2014 | 10:00 am
    A New Jersey high school football star faces aggravated assault charges after he punched a girl during a school beauty pageant, his family said.
  • Erasmus Hall continues PSAL dominance with rout of Canarsie

    27 Sep 2014 | 3:35 pm
    How dominant has Erasmus Hall been so far this season? On their way to the perfect record they took into Saturday’s game against visiting Canarsie, the Dutchmen had yet to allow an opponent to reach double digits in points and had won each of their games by at least 20 points.
  • Poly Prep rushes past Canada Prep

    23 Sep 2014 | 6:24 am
    Poly Prep's dynamic duo showed it can rush on anyone - even when they don't get great blocking. In what Poly Prep coach Dino Mangiero said was a sloppy game for his Blue Devils, senior quarterback Chris Parker and senior running back Brenden Femiano each ran for two touchdowns to lift the Blue Devils to a 40-24 win over Canada Prep Football Academy on Saturday in Brooklyn.
  • Texas HS football player gives epic postgame interview

    22 Sep 2014 | 8:59 am
    Appolos Hester is the remedy for a case of the Mondays. The Texas high school football player gave one of most enthusiastic post-game interviews ever following his team’s 42-41 win over Vandergrift Friday night in Austin.
  • Inviting disgraced NFL star back to school was tough call to make

    20 Sep 2014 | 4:45 pm
    Six days before thousands of Ravens fans lined up outside M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to trade in their Ray Rice jerseys, the team’s former star running back stood on the sideline at New Rochelle High School, watching as his old squad rolled to victory.
 
 
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  • Brooklyn Teacher Allegedly Took Student To Sex Club And Sent 10,000 Texts To Another

    Jen Chung
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:52 am
    The Brooklyn DA's office revealed more disturbing details about a Brooklyn Tech High School teacher's alleged criminal sexual assaults of students. Prosecutor Joseph Mancino said, "He brought [one] to a sex club out of state, where he performed sex acts on other people and other people performed sex acts on him." [ more › ]
  • Atlantic City's Revel Casino Snatched Up At $2.4 Billion Discount

    Christopher Robbins
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:30 am
    The glass corpse of Atlantic City's Revel casino has been claimed at a bankruptcy auction for $110 million, a near-$2.4 billion discount from its final construction cost two years ago. [ more › ]
  • Man "Nearly Decapitated" By Falling Debris From Times Square M&M's Store

    John Del Signore
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:11 am
    Two people were seriously injured this morning when debris allegedly fell off a sign for the M&M's World in Times Square. One witness says a man was "nearly decapitated" by a piece of metal that reportedly fell from approximately 12 stories above street level. [ more › ]
  • New Boqueria Outpost Brings Tasty Tapas To Upper East Side

    Nell Casey
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:57 am
      Tapas eatery Boqueria debuts its third New York City location tomorrow, now delivering tasty plates of Spanish eats to the Upper East Side. Barcelona native Chef Marc Vidal continues his nuanced execution of classic small plates at the new outpost, which offers intimate seating for 70 in the cozy dining room awash in golds and beiges. For our money, we'll be sitting at the chefs counter, where you can watch the kitchen slice Jamon Iberico to order. [ more › ]
  • Local Anchor Fired After Vulgar On-Air Government Assistance Rant

    Ben Yakas
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    A local news anchor has been fired following an on-air gaffe last week. News12 The Bronx anchor Matt Peiper was caught on a live mic cursing and bashing people who use government assistance last Wednesday. You can see video of the gaffe below. [ more › ]
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  • Effectively Twee

    26 Sep 2014 | 8:49 pm
    Handmade feel and scrappy charms characterized many of this year’s memorable productions—yet the cuteness didn’t leave behind a cloying aftertaste. How they pulled off their balancing acts.
  • Showtime

    26 Jan 2014 | 3:38 pm
    Find your theatrical match.
  • The 10 Best Plays of the Year

    8 Dec 2013 | 3:27 pm
    Jesse Green on The Flick, Fun Home, The Glass Menagerie, and more.
  • Holidays Can Be Such a Drag

    1 Dec 2013 | 5:07 pm
    Forget the Rockettes—this holiday season offers a crop of button-pushing drag queens, alt-cabaret stars, and neo-burlesque performances for all your non-family-friendly entertainment needs.
  • The Season in Theater

    28 Aug 2013 | 10:29 am
    What to see this fall.
 
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  • I've Seen Ben Affleck's Dick and This Is What It Looks Like

    Rich Juzwiak
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:01 am
    Ben Affleck's is a decent dick, from what I could tell.Read more...
  • John Oliver Patiently Schools David Letterman on English Football

    Jay Hathaway
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:30 am
    John Oliver, who had to resort to comedy after he realized he would never be a professional soccer player, is still completely obsessed with English football, and happy to spend an entire interview explaining the game's various leagues—premier, peasant, Downton Abbey—to a confused David Letterman. Read more...
  • Sources: Facebook to Apologize For Discriminatory "Real Name" Policy

    Kevin Montgomery on Valleywag, shared by Lacey Donohue to Gawker
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:10 am
    Facebook sparked a fierce backlash three weeks ago when it began enforcing a "real name" policy against performers and members of the LGBT community. The company initially dug in its heels,refusing to stop requiring people to use their legal names, inciting hundreds of thousands of people to flee to the quasi-anti-corporate network Ello . Now Facebook is feeling the heat and is slated to apologize for the situation later today, sources tell Valleywag.Read more...
  • Are Bugs Like Shellshock and Heartbleed Really Serious, or Just Hype?

    Alan Henry on Lifehacker, shared by Lacey Donohue to Gawker
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    Dear Lifehacker, So Shellshock is the newest vulnerability that may "break the internet." The last time they said that, it was about Heartbleed . Do I really need to be worried about all these bugs and vulnerabilities, or is this stuff tech companies need to care about? Can someone actually use these against me?Read more...
  • U.S. Drug Enforcement Is Still Despicably Racist

    Andy Cush on Drugs, shared by Lacey Donohue to Gawker
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:56 am
    Everyone smokes weed. Everyone does drugs. And yet, somehow—in this great nation!—black people seem to be the only ones getting arrested for it. Read more...
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  • Netflix To Release Movie In Theatres And Online At Same Time (How Significant Is This?)

    Douglas McLennan
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:37 am
    “Certainly a high-profile movie that would go into theaters and online at the same time is noteworthy. But is it a game-changer –‎ something that, in success, will hint at and even hasten a very different future? Here are a number of questions that inform that answer.”
  • Where Are The Real Debates In The Arts?

    Douglas McLennan
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:18 am
    “I don’t see a lot of honest debate going on in our field – at least not public debate. Maybe it’s happening somewhere, but it isn’t highly visible and readily apparent to me. I wonder if that kind of challenging of assumptions and holding people accountable for their positions is going on out of the public window in our organizations – from funders to researchers to service groups to academia. I wonder if the kind of serious debate that is healthy for arriving at well thought out conclusions on which to base decision making is happening behind closed doors…
  • Gunther Schuller Talks About Composing

    Douglas McLennan
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:12 am
    “The thing about composing, nobody can tell — even Beethoven couldn’t tell until he had composed quite a bit of music and it got better and better — the degree of talent. You can’t get up one day [and say], ‘I’m going to be talented today and write a great piece.’ The only thing you can do is start composing and work your buns off working on it and studying the great music of the past and learning from it and then try to create sort of your own language.”
  • My Life With Doris Lessing (Words Can’t Describe…)

    Douglas McLennan
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:08 am
    “When she died last November at the age of 94, I’d known Doris for fifty years. In all that time, I’ve never managed to figure out a designation for her that properly and succinctly describes her role in my life, let alone my role in hers. We have the handy set of words to describe our nearest relations: mother, father, daughter, son, uncle, aunt, cousin, although that’s as far as it goes usually in contemporary Western society.”
  • No, Practice Doesn’t Make Us Experts (But Here’s Why That’s Okay)

    Douglas McLennan
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:04 am
    “If we acknowledge that people differ in what they have to contribute, then we have an argument for a society in which all human beings are entitled to a life that includes access to decent housing, health care, and education, simply because they are human. Our abilities might not be identical, and our needs surely differ, but our basic human rights are universal.”
 
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  • Sushi of Gari Supplants East Village Sushi Standby Kotobuki With Plans for Saki

    Devra Ferst
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:23 am
    The affordable 3rd Avenue sushi restaurant is being replaced. With its shiny Michelin star safely in hand, Sushi of Gari is gearing up for a new restaurant at 56 3rd Avenue. A sign in the window of the recently shuttered neighborhood favorite Kotobuki announces "Saki sushi restaurant produced by Sushi of Gari coming soon." Gari has been a staple of the upper echelons of the sushi scene for a long time and already operates four restaurants around the city, though this is the first without the name of sushi chef Masatoshi Gari Sugio in its title. It's also curious that the sign says "produced…
  • Michelin Guide Director Explains Why Daniel Lost Its Third Star and More Burning Michelin Questions

    Ryan Sutton
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:32 am
    Michelin Guide director Michael Ellis tells Eater why the 2015 edition of the restaurant handbook removed Daniel from its elite three star ranks, why Nakazawa was snubbed, and why Blanca, and Aquavit were upgraded to two stars. When Michelin debuted its New York guide in 2005, it received a mixed reception from some locals who were confused by the stingy rating system (one star is an honor?), while others were miffed by snubs of hometown favorites (no stars for Aquavit or Felidia?). Now, ten guides later, Michelin is getting a warmer reception. Aquavit has not one but two stars, and the…
  • In a Flurry of Tweets, Times Critic Pete Wells Eviscerates Schiller's

    Greg Morabito
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:01 am
    While preparing for his Cherche Midi review, Wells had an awful meal at Keith McNally's Lower East Side restaurant. Pete Wells likes Bowery blockbuster Cherche Midi enough to give it two stars, but that doesn't mean that he's a card carrying member of the Keith McNally Fanclub. To prepare for his review, Wells visited a handful of McNally's sister restaurants including Balthazar and Schiller's. Of the latter he writes: "The short-rib patty melt was the only good dish on a table full of disappointments at Schiller's Liquor Bar, but I enjoyed myself more than I have at far better restaurants."…
  • The Greenwich Village Think Coffee Is Selling a Mona Lisa Forgery for $25,000

    Devra Ferst
    1 Oct 2014 | 6:49 am
    It's expensive because the forger is famous. A strikingly good forgery of the Mona Lisa is currently hanging at Think Coffee in Greenwich Village. Mark Landis, forger extraordinaire, who has outwitted more than 40 museums with his paintings, supposedly created the piece in 90 minutes, reports Bedford + Bowery. It's up for grabs for $25,000 and the proceeds will go to his hometown museum, the Lauren Rogers Museum in Laurel, Mississippi, which he duped. Landis has been known to dress up as a priest when he presents paintings to museums, but since he's always donated the pieces, never sold…
  • The Gorbals Surprises, Birds & Bubbles Disappoints, and More in This Week's Reviews

    Marguerite Preston
    1 Oct 2014 | 6:08 am
    The critics take on fried chicken, Urban Outfitters, a mozzarella bar, and more. Yesterday Ryan Sutton gave four stars to Matthew Lightner's tasting menu restaurant, Atera. Now here's a roundup of what the other critics were talking about this week: Pete Wells had mostly praise for Keith McNally's Bowery bistro, Cherche Midi: "The prime rib may be the only dish at Cherche Midi that could be accused of trying to make an impression. The dark, roasted edges had the irresistible intensity of the bark on great barbecued brisket, even on the night they were aggressively salted." He gives it two…
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  • Sponsored Post: Enter to Win a Caudalie NYC Escape

    Cristina Cerullo
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:00 am
    Calling all spa lovers: Enter for a chance to win a Caudalie New York City Escape with this one of a kind sweepstakes presented alongside UBER and Racked. Grand prize winners will enjoy a luxurious day of pampering for two at the Caudalie Vinotherapie Spa at the world famous Plaza Hotel before being whisked away in style by UBER to the Caudalie Boutique for a $1000 shopping spree. Apply daily between October 1-10, and you'll also be considered for daily giveaways of the Caudalie Vinexpert Collection. Fall indulgences have never looked so good. Head this way to enter. >>
  • Racked Awards 2014: Ladies and Gentlemen, It's Time for the 2014 Racked Awards

    Racked Staff
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:30 am
    Welcome to the Racked Awards, our annual celebration of the best in local shopping and stye. This week, we're kicking off the fourth annual Racked Awards: a tradition where we (and you!) spotlight the city's style superheroes. On Thursday, October 16th, we'll be honoring the winners of a handful of categories at a gala celebration, including New York City's hottest store of the year, best L.A. import, freshest fitness concept, and more. Follow along as we unveil a new winner every day, starting tomorrow. First up: this year's most epic sample sale, as chosen by Racked readers. · Vote:…
  • Email Scan: What's Hot in Your Inbox: First Chance at the Panty Raid

    Laura Gurfein
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
    We scan the inbox so you don't have to. Today, four items of note: Best Bets Daily: A well-priced leather biker jacket Byrdie: The ultimate skincare guide GiltCity NYC: Early access to the Hanky Panky sale Into the Gloss: Nail polishes for fall The New Potato: John Cho on Twitter and Selfie Pulsd: Etsy craft night is tomorrow Refinery29: Hot taxi drivers of NYC Style.com: How Rosie Huntington-Whiteley stays fit Well & Good:
  • Storecasting: Suspicion Confirmed: Eataly Will Open at 4 World Trade Center

    Rebecca Jennings
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:30 am
    Image via Eataly/Facebook One year from now, tourists looking for a glimpse of Mario Batali's orange Crocs will have not one, but two Eataly outposts to visit—one at Madison Square Park, and another in retail hub 4 World Trade Center. About six months ago, sources told the Post that Eataly might be opening a downtown location. Then in May, the Eataly team confirmed those expansion rumors, and casually mentioned that they wanted to bring the business uptown, too. (So far, there's no word on where New York City's third Eataly will land.) The slightly smaller World Trade Center outpost will be…
  • Salewire: All of the New York City Sample Sales You Can Shop in October

    Racked Staff
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Clockwise, from top left: Dannijo, Elizabeth and James, Hanky Panky Another month, another batch of New York City sample sales. As of the first of October, we've got 16 sales kicking off this month, starting with Nora Kogan and including Elizabeth and James, C. Wonder, Hanky Panky, David Yurman, Dannijo, and more. There's also six sales carrying over from September, like Rent the Runway and Hugo Boss, that are still worth shopping. Plus, there's a couple wedding dress events for all the fianceés out there. Read on to check out the full list of sample sales—you can see information like sale…
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    The Cut

  • 5 Things I Liked at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday

    Veronica Misako Gledhill
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:26 am
    Fashion month is officially over — and yesterday's shows were some of the biggest, and most theatrical, yet. Chanel staged a "feminist" rally, Alexander McQueen placed a giant white orchid on the center of the runway, and Iris van Herpen offered a 3-D take on self-protection. Here, my five favorite looks from ... More »
  • Carine Roitfeld’s Birthday Was the Biggest Party of Paris Fashion Week

    Erica Schwiegershausen
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:50 am
    Last night in Paris, Carine Roitfeld and Stephen Gan threw a party at the Peninsula to celebrate the launch of issue 5 of CR Fashion Book and, really, all things Carine. The event — which also commemorated her 60th birthday — was a sea of sheer: Ciara showed up in long ... More »
  • Amazon Cool-Shames Urban Outfitters Over Vinyl

    Maggie Lange
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:35 am
    Last week, retro-trendy paradox-deviser Urban Outfitters claimed that it sold the most vinyl records of anyone in the world. The company didn’t want to toot its own hip horn, but it was the world’s largest supplier of the world’s coolest thing. It sighed, hiply and audibly.But now — as it ... More »
  • Advice From Italian Nutritionists: Eat Cookies for Breakfast

    Amanda Ruggeri
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:30 am
    Even Italian models insist that eating alla italiana, complete with lots of pasta, helps keep them in shape. But do the experts agree? We spoke to three Italian nutritionists to find out how goodies like gelato, wine, and biscotti fit into plans to lose weight (or maintain it). Click ahead ... More »
  • The Teens’ New Favorite Store Is a One-Size-Fits-All Jorts Emporium

    Maggie Lange
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:16 am
    The Brandy Melville girl has limbs on limbs on limbs, long hair, and tanned skin. She’s at the beach and she’s wearing teeny bottoms and oversize tops, or sometimes tiny tops as well. She’s surrounded by her friends and they all look kind of similar and it’s likely they’re all ... More »
 
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  • Transit Can Cut Car Traffic Much More Than Ridership Alone Suggests

    Angie Schmitt
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:34 am
    Portland’s MAX Blue light rail line helped reduce driving far more than you would expect based on ridership alone. Photo: TriMet How much traffic does a transit line keep off the streets? Looking at ridership alone only tells part of the story, according a new study published in the Journal of the American Planning Association. The full impact of a transit line on motor vehicle traffic can far exceed the direct effect of substituting rail or bus trips for car trips. Using data from the Portland region, University of Utah researchers Reid Ewing and Shima Hamidi compared self-reported…
  • Eyes on the Street: The Evolution of the Bergen Street Protected Bike Lane

    Stephen Miller
    1 Oct 2014 | 9:02 am
    Photo: Gary Eckstein What began as an ad hoc fix for a bike lane chronically clogged by cars has become permanent after DOT installed a block-long barrier on the Bergen Street bike lane in front of the 78th Precinct in Prospect Heights. It started more than two years ago when Ian Dutton moved some leftover ConEd cones a few feet into Bergen Street to cordon off the bike lane for cyclists: Photo: Ian Dutton The bike lane had become a parking spot for vehicles from the 78th Precinct, pushing cyclists out into traffic angling to get to Flatbush Avenue. The cones were removed, before returning…
  • Is Austin’s Central Corridor a Smart Transit Bet?

    Angie Schmitt
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:12 am
    This November, Austinites will be asked to vote for a $600 million bond issue to bring a new rail line to the Texas capital. Unfortunately, a lot of local urbanists aren’t that enamored with the $1.4 billion Central Corridor plan. Development surrounding Austin’s proposed $1.4 billion Central Corridor rail line tends to be relatively low-density. Map: Carfree Austin Network blog Carfree Austin has been taking a hard look at the proposal in a four-part series (1, 2, 3 and 4). The gist is that the route would run through a lot of very suburban areas that aren’t well-suited…
  • Today’s Headlines

    Stephen Miller
    1 Oct 2014 | 5:59 am
    De Blasio Signs Bill Creating Fines Up to $10,000 for Hit-and-Run Drivers (News) Police Make Arrest in Union Square Hit-and-Run (AMNY); He Already Has a Record (Times Herald) Gawker: Is a Human Lost to Traffic Violence Worth Less Than a Kicked Cat? SUV Driver Making U-Turn to Nab Parking Spot Mows Down Washington Heights Cyclist (DNA) Komanoff Picks Apart Study Claiming Cab-Sharing Would Reduce Traffic (Capital) Staten Island Drivers Really Want DOT to Shut Off Speed Cam, Won’t Accept Explanations (Advance) Village Voice Rides Along With Gypsy Cab Drivers as They Evade TLC Enforcement…
  • Traffic Lights Don’t Belong on a Park Loop

    Stephen Miller
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:11 pm
    Cyclists, joggers, and walkers coexist on the loop in Amsterdam’s Vondelpark. Photo: Jannes Glas/Flickr Two separate crashes in which cyclists struck and killed pedestrians on the Central Park loop have garnered more media attention than any other traffic safety issue in the past two months. In addition to the inevitable reemergence of a few bikelash trolls, the collisions have led to a round of less spiteful stories that still miss the mark, framing the whole issue in terms of adherence to traffic lights. Collisions on the loop roads in both Central Park and Prospect Park are…
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    Midtown Lunch

  • Danji to Offer ML Budget Friendly Gimbap

    Chris H.
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    Photo credit: Hooni Kim Hells Kitchen Korean restaurant, Danji, has earned a ton of accolades since its opening, including a Michelin star. Frustratingly their higher end lunch menu has always been just out of ML reach, with a lunch combo in the high teens. However, according to Chef/Owner Hooni Kim, Danji is now offering a [...]
  • National Coffee Day Means Freebies on Monday

    Andrea H
    25 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    Pick a day of the year and it’s some sort of National [enter food/beverage] Day. But on National Coffee Day Sept. 29, there will be free and discounted caffeine, and we thought you may like to know where to get a cup. Financier locations around the city will be giving out free small cups of [...]
  • Sadly, Arirang Has Shuttered

    Chris H.
    24 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    In what is easily the most personally lamentable shutter announcement that I’ve ever posted in ML, I regret to report that beloved K-town mainstay Arirang, has reportedly closed. During the past decade of eating in K-town, Arirang has been an agent of good times – cheerful and laid back service, cheap soju and fairly priced, [...]
  • Melt Shop is Coming to Midtown West

    Chris H.
    22 Sep 2014 | 7:46 am
    If you’re a worker that lunches in Hells Kitchen or a fan of Melt Shop, you’re in luck. The rapidly expanding grilled cheese chain has touched down in a relatively lunch option sparse block of 52nd & 8th. Although the reception of Melt Shop has a mix of lukewarm to fairly positive across all of [...]
  • Simits are Taking Over Midtown with the Opening of Simit + Smith

    brianhoffman
    18 Sep 2014 | 7:14 am
    It seems that lower Midtown west is turning into simit central. Mmm… Enfes has been selling the Turkish bagels at their storefront on 39th Street for over a year. Earlier this month, we told you about a new simit company opening soon a few blocks away on Fifth Avenue and 38th Street. Well, yesterday marked the [...]
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  • Because They Can't Leave Anything Alone

    Brooks of Sheffield
    3 Sep 2014 | 11:19 am
    I was walking up Avenue A about a month ago when I notice a lot of scaffolded over the building that houses the Gracefully deli—apparently the future home of the New York Sports Club. I peered more closely behind the wood and metal and mesh and noticed that, in their refurbishment of the building, the vandals had taken down the distinctive, vertical, block sign that had for decades announced the address as the former home of Burger Klein.Burger-Klein was a large furniture store owned by Morris Klein and a person named Burger whose first name I can not discover. My guess is they founded…
  • Wooden Phone Booth Sighting: Kew Gardens Cinema

    Brooks of Sheffield
    28 Aug 2014 | 8:58 am
    I don't think I've ever posted an item regarding Kew Gardens. Well, that changes today, as a kind reader sent me this photo of a wooden phone booth on view inside Kew Gardens Cinema.
  • Old Deli Sign Uncovered on Upper Broadway

    Brooks of Sheffield
    27 Jul 2014 | 7:51 am
    A reader sent to me this photo of a lovely old Delicatessen sign that was uncovered during construction on a storefront at Broadway and 103rd. Can't make out the first word—that is, the name of the place. Lovely font on the sign.
  • ANOTHER Giambelli's Memory

    Brooks of Sheffield
    25 Jul 2014 | 3:49 pm
    I have to say, Giambelli's must have been some place. I wrote about it's closing, after 50 years on E. 50th Street, five years ago. And the comments and memories keep flowing in. Makes me hurt inside that I never went there. This one came the other day. It's from "Peniche" in New Zealand (!). Just read and marvel:...We used to dine at Giambelli regularly in the mid 1970s. One evening we arrived to find the restaurant gutted for renovation. As we turned to leave a diminutive, but immaculate gentleman on the sidewalk introduced himself. 'I am Francesco Giambell...please!' and indicated a…
  • The History of the Valley Candle Company

    Brooks of Sheffield
    3 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    A couple years ago, I posted an item about how the television series "Miami Vice," in 1985, was allowed to blow up up an old business on Columbia Street called the Valley Candle Company.I didn't know much about the company when I wrote that post. Since then, however, I've been contacted by a descendent of the company's founder. That was Saverio DellaValle, pictured below. (Hence, the name of the business.) Saverio came to Brooklyn from Naples in 1905. He made religious candles and delivered them to the churches in NYC. An open-minded businessman, he also made candles for the…
 
 
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  • How We Got To Now

    Fred Wilson
    1 Oct 2014 | 2:38 am
    For the past two years, NYC’s loss has been the Bay Area’s gain. No I’m not talking about hot startups, VC, or anything like that. I’m talking about Steven Johnson‘s two year departure for the beauty of Marin County over the grimy streets of NYC. But this summer Steven and his family came back to NYC, reminding me that the world is just and fair if you wait long enough. I liked Steven the minute I met him. He has a wonderful smile and a gracious being, he is whip smart, and he writes beautifully and simply. He tells stories that educate. I have read pretty much…
  • Satisficing

    Fred Wilson
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:36 am
    We had one of our many (non-stop) email conversations among the USV crew last week about a situation in our portfolio where nobody could agree on something. I lamented that “VCs are such optimizers.” It takes one to know one you see. Nick Grossman replied that he prefers satisficing to optimizing. I had never heard that term. So Nick sent me to Wikipedia which says: Satisficing is a decision-making strategy or cognitive heuristic that entails searching through the available alternatives until an acceptability threshold is met.[1] This is contrasted with optimal decision making, an…
  • Switching Things Up

    Fred Wilson
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:55 am
    The thing I most want to avoid is to come back from a long break and get right back into my habits and routines. There are exceptions, of course. I can’t wait to get back to my bike rides and my yoga practice. But in other areas, I want to switch things up. I’m still working through what these new things will be. I have some ideas about the flow of my work week that I want to change. But the first change I am going to make is to swap my Nexus5 for an iPhone6. I’ll use the iPhone6 until at least the new Nexus6 comes out sometime this fall. I have an iPhone that I use to try…
  • It’s A Wrap

    Fred Wilson
    28 Sep 2014 | 2:53 am
    The six week break I took from work is ending. The trip through Europe is over. We landed back in the US on friday night and drove up to our kids’ college yesterday for homecoming/parents weekend. It was great to see our kids (two of them) and we’ll see our oldest this afternoon. I’ve missed them terribly and I’ve missed NYC, our dog Ollie, and our bed, shower, kitchen, local coffee shop, etc, etc, etc. Many people have asked me what the highlight of the trip was. I always give the same answer – spending every waking (and sleeping) hour with Joanne for an entire…
  • Video Of The Week: Fred Ehrsam’s Bitcoin Presentation

    Fred Wilson
    27 Sep 2014 | 1:21 am
    Someone posted this video in the comments a week or two ago. I watched it and liked it a lot. Fred Ehrsam, the co-founder of our portfolio company Coinbase, does a good job explaining what Bitcoin is and why it is important in ten minutes, no small feat. In other Bitcoin news, the results of the AVC poll on Bitcoin ownership are in. 40% of AVC readers own Bitcoin, 60% do not. I purposely did not tweet out this pool as I only wanted regular readers of AVC to participate. I think if I had tweeted out a link with the headline “Do You Own Bitcoin?”, that would have skewed the results…
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  • 40 Ounce Bounce 2014

    minxs lipstick stained cigarette
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:13 pm
    When you hear the name 40oz Van, the first thing that comes to mind is big asses. 40 Ounce is known for his Tumblr full of beautiful women who show the world some skin, and they’re not afraid to do it. With a fashion line, and so many projects going, he’s become pretty infamous when throwing parties, usually In Riverside Park somewhere, everyone shows up with weed, forties, and a whole bunch of friends to kill the whole day talking shit with. I always tell myself I’m going to go, and fail every year. This time, held in Williamsburg in an event loft, I wasn’t going to…
  • When Ordinary isn't Good Enough

    marlidavis
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:10 pm
    Its been a while since I last posted, I’m sorry! There’s so many exciting things going on that I can’t keep up with myself. So here’s an update on what I’m doing, whats keeping me up at night and my plan to save the world before bedtime! No surprises here, I am still in my season of training, “life of an intern”. Err, I mean trainee, apparently its not politically correct to call someone an intern, go figure. Anyway, yes I am still in the business of training up leaders, planting campus ministries and living in New York City. I absolutely love it and…
  • Traded my peach for an apple

    chantelleelace
    30 Sep 2014 | 7:02 pm
    When work sends you to NYC (for a measly one-hour meeting), make the most of those miles and extend it to include a weekend with one of your favorite ladies … at least that’s what I did. I can’t believe I haven’t hugged this girl since my wedding day! That’s just too long and crazy silly (and makes me feel like an old married lady). Thankfully distance and time are nothing when it comes to a solid friendship like ours. (; Instead of writing out a super long post on the many things we did, which was a ton x three days, I’ll just share a few of my favorites. There wasn’t a single…
  • Bloomingdales "Friends & Family" Sale!!

    actormarissahopson
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:52 pm
    It’s that time of the year fashion lovers!!!! Bloomingdales “Friends and Family” sale is here! This is the best time to shop at Bloomingdales because, not all but, most designers are included! I literally checked out the site and I want everything! I did contain myself and my friend Jessica ordered me the Rebecca Minkoff “NY State of Mind” Cory Pouch which I’ve been dying for. It was $55 and I got it for $44. Great time to buy those designers items that you’ve been wanting but you wanted them a tad bit cheaper! Sale ends this Sunday, October 5, 2014!
  • 8th Annual Harold Hunter Day

    Media Anarchist
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:38 pm
    The Harold Hunter Foundation, in association with primary sponsors DC, Zoo York, G-Shock, Volcom, Ar
 
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  • Taxi Windshields Will Get These Stickers Reminding Hacks Not To Run Over Pedestrians

    RadioFreeTaxi
    21 Sep 2014 | 1:49 pm
    The Taxi & Limousine Commission has voted on a proposal that would require taxis drivers to post stickers in their vehicles reminding them to watch for pedestrians while making turns. The proposal was part of a package of bills presented at a TLC meeting today, all of which aim to support Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero initiative to eliminate transit fatalities. These safety stickers, placed behind a cab’s rearview mirror, will be mandatory in all vehicles: Drivers also have the option of posting an additional warning sticker on their rear bumpers, reminding other drivers that…
  • Woman killed by taxi despite bystanders who lifted cab off

    RadioFreeTaxi
    29 Aug 2014 | 6:16 pm
    A woman was fatally run over by a taxi on the Upper East Side — despite the heroic efforts of good Samaritans who hoisted the cab off of her, cops and witnesses said. The 58-year-old pedestrian was crossing East 79th Street at Madison Avenue just before 2 p.m., Friday, when she was leveled by a yellow cab SUV turning onto East 79th, authorities said. Nearly two dozen bystanders flipped the cab onto its side, and the woman was rushed to Lenox Hill Hospital, but she was pronounced dead on arrival, according to police. Cops did not immediately release the woman’s identity. It was not…
  • Queens taxi driver honored as safest cabbie in New York with spotless record

    YellowCabNYC
    27 Aug 2014 | 10:19 am
    Frederick Amoafo, a 46-year-old from Queens, has driven his yellow cab 190,000 miles — equivalent to driving around the world 7.6 times — in the last five years without a single blemish on his record. ‘I just try to be very careful and try to relax while driving,’ Amoafo told the Daily News on Tuesday. Frederick Amoafo, a 46-year-old from Queens, has driven his yellow cab 190,000 miles — equivalent to driving around the world 7.6 times — in the last five years without a single blemish on his record. ‘I just try to be very careful and try to relax while driving,’ Amoafo told…
  • 6,000 More Boro Taxis Coming to NYC Streets

    RadioFreeTaxi
    26 Aug 2014 | 6:35 pm
    The city’s green taxi fleet is set to double in size. The Taxi and Limousine Commission is selling up to 6,000 licenses for the so-called Boro Taxis, serving Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Manhattan above 96th street. It will take a couple of months for the new vehicles to start rolling, joining the 5,471 already on city streets. “We had a wait list of well in excess of the number available, so I would say interest has been pretty strong,” said Allan Fromberg, a spokesperson for the Taxi and Limousine Commission. The new licenses cost $3,000, up from $1,500. That’s a steal compared…
  • A Day in the life of a NYC Taxi

    YellowCabNYC
    31 Jul 2014 | 12:03 pm
    http://www.yellowcabnyctaxi.com/a-day-in-the-life
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  • Postcard Thursday: Hudson-Fulton Celebration

    Michelle and James Nevius
    25 Sep 2014 | 7:59 am
    Collection of the authors.On September 25, 1909, New York launched one of the largest and most ambitious festivals in its history, the enormous Hudson-Fulton Celebration, which commemorated 300 years since Henry Hudson had sailed into New York Harbor, and a century (give or take a couple of years) since Robert Fulton's North River Steamboat had been launched.This rare, embossed postcard emphasizes the improvements in navigation over three centuries.Collection of the authors.Among the many events that took place during the celebration (some of which can be seen in the small type at the bottom…
  • Columbus Weekend: Sunday walking tour / Monday book talk + signing

    Michelle and James Nevius
    19 Sep 2014 | 9:32 am
    If you are going to be in New York City over the Columbus Day weekend, we have two Footprints in New York events that might interest you:_______________________________Sunday, October 12, 2014, at 4:00PMNew York City's 350th Birthday Walk$15 - tour only$25 - tour and copy of Footprints in New YorkIn September 1664, Peter Stuyvesant handed over the Dutch colony of New Netherland to the English, who renamed it New York. A month later, the English authorities required all Dutch citizens to swear an oath of allegiance to King Charles II, kicking off a century of uneasy relations between the crown…
  • Postcard Thursday: Archibald Kennedy

    Michelle and James Nevius
    18 Sep 2014 | 8:37 am
    A print of the Kennedy Mansion from NYPL.orgIn honor of the referendum today on Scottish independence, here's an edit of a blog post we wrote back in 2009 about Archibald Kennedy, who lived in a grand house at One Broadway and would later become the 11th Earl of Cassilis (and is James's distant relative).Today, the building at One Broadway is the former headquarters of International Mercantile Marine, JP Morgan's shipping and passenger ship company. But back in the 18th century, the base of Broadway was home to Archibald Kennedy, New York's receiver-general (i.e., the customs…
  • Postcard Thursday: Belvedere Castle

    Michelle and James Nevius
    11 Sep 2014 | 8:14 am
    We have a lot of wonderful Central Park shots in our collection, but this may be the best: Belvedere Castle as it looked ca. 1905.Originally conceived as mere decoration, the castle stands on Vista Rock and was part of Frederick Law Olmsted's picturesque vision for the park. As we write in Footprints in New York, the castle isan architectural folly built by Vaux and Mould in 1867. It was designed to do nothing more than provide the optical illusion for viewers at Bethesda Terrace that somewhere deep in the park was a giant castle. It was the pinnacle—excuse the pun—of Olmsted’s…
  • No Postcard Thursday: St. Mark's Place

    Michelle and James Nevius
    4 Sep 2014 | 3:02 pm
    No postcard today -- we're on the road traveling. Instead, check out the piece that James had published today on Curbed tracing the history of St. Mark’s Place in the East Village. From its first appearance on the 1811 street grid to the swinging sixties to today, the article highlights some St. Mark’s Place’s famous and not-so-famous residents as well as looking at how the concept of an “East Village” first came about.Check it out athttp://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/09/04/the_strange_history_of_the_east_villages_most_famous_street.php.* * * *Explore more NYC history…
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  • The iPhone 6 Is Available In NYC

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    22 Sep 2014 | 9:23 am
    As usual, the debut of the new iPhone 6 from Apple has taken NYC by storm.  In the lead up to the phone going on sale on September 19th, things were crowded as usual but relatively calm. But by the morning of the 19th the Apple store on 5th Avenue was a total mob scene.  The Apple staff had pretty much lost control of any sense of order. In fact, people couldn’t even figure out where the line ended, and that was because it didn’t.  The line for the new iPhone ran from the Apple store entrance between 58th & 59th Streets all the way up to 77th Street, almost a full mile…
  • NOLCHA FASHION WEEK: NEW YORK SPRING/SUMMER 2015 RUNWAY SHOWS

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    11 Sep 2014 | 10:23 am
    Nolcha Fashion Week: New York has just wrapped its Spring/Summer 2015 season at Eyebeam Atelier in Manhattan, featuring 12 designer runway shows. Trend-setting celebrities who came out to support independent fashion design this season included: Kat Graham (Vampire Diaries), Bella Thorne (actress), Johnny Wujek (celebrity stylist), Nastia Liukin (Olympic Champion), Russel Westbrook (NBA), Constantine Maroulis (American Idol), Sammi Hanratty (actress), Kristen Ruhlin (actress), Skeery Jones (Z100), Shaun Ross (model), Soledad O’Brien (news anchor), Madeline Brewer (Orange is the New Black),…
  • Nolcha Fashion Week: New York announces September S/S 2015 designer lineup and new, larger venue

    admin
    2 Sep 2014 | 12:20 pm
    Nolcha Fashion Week: New York has announced its’ official calendar of events for September’s Spring/Summer 2015 New York Fashion Week.   This season’s events will run September 6th – 10th, 2014, and to accommodate the growing interest in independent fashion design, the runway shows will take place over the course of two days (September 8th & 9th) at a brand new, much larger venue this season: Artbeam (formerly Eyebeam Atelier). Continuing in their seventh consecutive year, and held during New York Fashion week, Nolcha is one of the city’s leading platforms for global…
  • Famed Brooklyn Jewelry Boutique Catbird Is Opening A Wedding Annex

    admin
    28 Aug 2014 | 8:24 am
    Catbird, the shoebox size jewelry boutique on Bedford Avenue, has announced that they are opening another location a few blocks away on Driggs Avenue to cater to their booming wedding and bridal business.  The new shop will offer an additional 200 square feet of space and is set to open on September 26th.  The hope is that this additional square footage will cut down on some of the chaos in the original outpost by strictly catering to the engagement ring and wedding band crowd. In the last year Catbird has seen their popularity skyrocket as they’ve been repeatedly featured in all the…
  • Best & Worst Dressed at the 2014 MTV VMA’s

    admin
    25 Aug 2014 | 9:56 am
    Awards season time is just about the only time that we write about something that has nothing to do with NYC.  That said, last night was the 2014 MTV VMA’s and we can’t help ourselves but put together a round up of our best and worst dressed of the night. Best Dressed Solange in H&M, she never misses a beat when it comes to making sartorial choices. Joan Smalls in Balmain, this is how you do MTV edgy, the Balmain Army is at it again! Nicki Minaj in Saint Laurent, I can’t get enough of this new stylish side of Nicki! Miley Cyrus in Alexandre Vauthier, she’s finally…
 
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  • News: Free Classes & After-school Programs for NYC Kids, Pixel Academy Coming to Manhattan, TheatreworksUSA Debuts Weekend Family Shows

    Alina Adams
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    This edition of our biweekly news post includes all upbeat info—no closures, no bummers! Find out about a bunch of brand-new FREE enrichment programs for kids, a couple of worthy crowdfunding campaigns, a big Brooklyn maker space coming to Manhattan and how your kids can try to snag a trip to Hollywood for the premiere of Disney's Big Hero 6.
  • Best Halloween Celebrations for NYC Kids: Top 10 Halloween Events for Families

    Stephanie Ogozalek
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:00 pm
    It's scary how many ways there are for families to celebrate Halloween in New York City. From family-friendly haunted houses to FREE Halloween festivals and fairs to kids' costume parades to door-to-door trick-or-treating, the options seem endless—and overwhelming. That's why for the second year in a row, we're rounding up the absolute best Halloween celebrations in all of NYC. These aren't your run-of-the-mill fetes in parks or playgrounds. We're highlighting major Halloween events hosted by top NYC cultural institutions and organizations that are worth the schlep as well as your valuable…
  • 10 Ways to Play With Kids While You're Waiting

    Karyn Marciniak
    29 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am
    A recent study estimates that the average adult spends about an hour a day waiting for something—the bathroom, the cashier, the bus, you name it. But parents seem to wait around even more than that. Plus we get the added bonus of hearing our kids whine, "I'm bored!" and beg incessantly for our smartphones. But waiting with your kids doesn't have to be dull. You can turn that downtime into quality family time by finding ways to play together (and no, we're not talking about Candy Crush). Inspired by our series of SUMMER OF PLAY posts, here are 10 no-tech activities to try when you're stuck…
  • Best Things to Do with NYC Kids: October Go List

    Stephanie Ogozalek
    29 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
    October always brings fall fun like harvest festivals, pumpkin picking and a host of Halloween happenings. But our October Go List also includes some awesome non-seasonal events, like a few exceptional family theater shows, the grand opening of Manhattan's new Lego Store, a day-long youth circus festival, and returning favorites the Blessing of the Animals and Open House NY. As always, if an event piques your interest, be sure to click through to our listing for all the details, including address, time and recommended ages. And keep in mind: In NYC, really cool things to do with kids often…
  • Haunted Houses for NYC Kids: 7 Not-too-scary Halloween Installations for Families

    Raven Snook
    28 Sep 2014 | 7:00 am
    Haunted houses have long been a popular suburban Halloween staple Long IslandWestchester and New Jersey are rife with them. But over the past decade, NYC has gotten a handful of immersive haunted houses of its own like Blood Manor, Nightmare New York and Blackout—the scary thing is, they're all geared toward grown-ups and don't even allow kids. However, there are a handful of not-so-spooky haunted houses in New York City that offer gentle Halloween chills for families. While you're sure to find spooky family-friendly attractions at pretty much every Halloween festival and school fall…
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  • Spiegel Serves Cuisine with International Flair

    admin
    25 Sep 2014 | 9:03 am
    BY BETH KAISERMAN Spiegel 26 1st Ave. at 2nd St. East Village (212) 228-2894/spiegelnyc.com The Gotham Palate was invited to a menu tasting at Spiegel, a bright and airy spot serving “international cuisine” in the East Village. If you got your passport stamped for eating your way around Manhattan’s East Village, you would have a [...]
  • The comfort and soul of homestyle Italian – Review of Da Marcella Taverna

    admin
    20 May 2014 | 7:49 am
    BY ELENA MANCINI 142 West Houston St. Greenwich Village 646-559-9192 / damarcellavillage.com/ The intimate subterranean space that houses Da Marcella serves to underscore the warmth and conviviality of this traditional Southern European taverna. In fact descending the few small steps that will lead you into this charming, dimly lit restaurant has the effect of entering a [...]
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    City Room

  • A Beer at the Plaza

    By Gilbert Gjersvik
    1 Oct 2014 | 5:51 am
    Metropolitan Diary: A distinguished hotel's take on a fancy-looking beer that came all the way across the East River.
  • New York Today: Month of Festivals

    By Annie Correal
    1 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    Wednesday: A festival for every taste, clouds stick around, and the case of a burglar vs. a Swedish tourist.
  • Should a Cat-Kicker Go to Jail? Readers Respond

    By Tatiana Schlossberg
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:35 pm
    An article about a man charged with animal cruelty who is about to go on trial attracted more than 1,600 comments on The Times's website, and 790 comments on Facebook.
  • How Fast Is It?

    By Andy Newman
    30 Sep 2014 | 10:16 am
    We've got a radar gun now. Tell us what moving objects in the city you'd like us to measure.
  • Communication Failure at the Museum

    By Janet Brof
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:01 am
    Metropolitan Diary: A museum visitor knew she was hard of hearing, but she didn't expect an exchange with a stranger to turn into mumbles and shrieks.
 
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  • Tricks and Treats! Don’t Miss These 8 Great Things To Do In October

    Glenwood
    1 Oct 2014 | 5:54 am
    October always brings fall fun like harvest festivals, pumpkin picking and a host of Halloween happenings. But our October list includes some awesome non-seasonal events. Remember, there will only be ONE October 2014 in NYC, ever. Are you ready to make the most of every spooky moment of it? Continue reading →
  • Say Hello to High Line at the Rail Yards, the Park’s Third and Final Phase

    Glenwood
    29 Sep 2014 | 7:20 am
    NYC's High Line, the beloved park unveils its third and final phase - High Line at the Rail Yards opened on Sept. 21, with lush plantings, picnic tables, a seesaw for children and a wild, untouched section as you head west. The triumphant occasion ended 15 years of planning and development on a high note; earning rave reviews from critics, politicians and local residents. Continue reading →
  • Celebrate World Vegetarian Day with NYC’s Best Vegan Food Trucks

    Glenwood
    26 Sep 2014 | 9:45 am
    The are many excellent reasons to eat vegan, either all the time or whenever possible (or desirable), most notably that A) it's great for your body and B) it's fantastic for your planet. Another key factor in deciding whether to dine vegan at any particular moment: when you know the food you're about to eat tastes really, really good. In the past year ther have been from the growing number of vegan options here in NYC. So to honor World Vegetarian Day on October 1, here are six vegan food trucks that really satisfy. Continue reading →
  • Delicate Bites: Must-Eat Oysters at Maison Premiere

    Glenwood
    24 Sep 2014 | 8:19 am
    Maison Premiere is not just one of the best Oyster Bar's in NYC - it's one of the best in the USA! Part Parisian cafe, part New Orleans-style oyster house - great cocktails, even better Oysters and a must-not-miss brunch menu. This not-so-new Williasmburg establishment is famous for making beautiful food for beautiful people. Find out why MP is a shucking good time, and our restaurant pick of the week. Continue reading →
  • UrbanSpace’s Garment District Market Kicks off in Midtown – Bring an Appetite!

    Glenwood
    22 Sep 2014 | 7:30 am
    Excellent eats have invaded Midtown! From now through October 17th, UrbanSpace has taken over the Garment District with a new food market. From Brazilian food to Burgers, Mexican soul food to meatball subs - the food is delicious and the crowds and prices are manageable. Continue reading →
 
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    Big Apple Dipped in Caramel

  • Sisters in Crime Blog Hop

    Laurie Wilson
    15 Sep 2014 | 2:49 pm
    Originally posted on TRAVEL FLAVORS: I was honored to be asked by the talented and beautiful Connie Johnson Hambley (http://thecharitythriller.blogspot.com/) to participate in the Sisters in Crime September Blog Hop (http://www.sistersincrime.org/BlogHop.) I am posting this on my new blog, travelflavors.com but will also repost on my NYC blog, bigappledippedincaramel.wordpress.com. First, I will tell you a little bit about myself. My father, Donald Bain, wrote Coffee, Tea or Me? when I was seven years old. The book made the New York Times bestseller list for an entire year. I wasn’t…
  • 9/11 Will Always Be Heartbreaking

    Laurie Wilson
    11 Sep 2014 | 3:58 pm
    9/11 Will Always Be Heartbreaking. via 9/11 Will Always Be Heartbreaking.
  • fear & love

    Laurie Wilson
    11 Sep 2014 | 3:37 pm
    Originally posted on my zen city: there is something about 9/11 that can only be known by the people who experienced it in nyc.  it’s a bond between new yorkers that did not exist before 2001. it was a day that has lasted for 13 years.  it was a day filled with more fear than anyone could have imagined they would survive.    god bless the ones who didn’t.  god bless their families.  god bless all of america’s heroes who rushed in to help.  it was a day where the people in this city saw more acts of kindness and heroism than one would expect to see in an entire lifetime. god…
  • 9/11 Will Always Be Heartbreaking

    Laurie Wilson
    11 Sep 2014 | 2:59 pm
    Another anniversary of that awful day, it seems just like yesterday and, I’m sure for the families who lost loved ones that day, every day seems just like yesterday. In just a few seconds and the span of a few horrific hours their lives changed forever, the city changed, our country, our world changed. Everyone wants to tell their stories. Some of course are just heart-wrenching. Others are significant to those who experienced them. Collectively, they tell a bigger story of sadness, grief, heartache and emotions that don’t have words for them, emotions so raw and new, there is…
  • Alone Again, Thankfully. Where to Eat, Drink and Stay in NYC When Traveling Alone

    Laurie Wilson
    5 Sep 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Check out my article in Sunday’s Boston Globe about the best places to eat, drink and stay for women. Now, these places are also great for men, too, of course. But sometimes a woman traveling to NYC alone needs a little help choosing the best spots. I included some of my favorite places like Balthazar, Café Lalo and the balcony at Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse in Grand Central Station. The Hotel Giraffe is a great hotel to stay. The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s rooftop garden and MOMA have amazing restaurants/lounges for solo travelers. New York City is absolutely magic for…
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  • Healthcare Insights, LLC and NOMISe Systems, Inc. Announce Merger Plans

    Janice Sand
    30 Sep 2014 | 3:00 am
    LIBERTYVILLE, Ill. /New York Netwire/ -- Healthcare Insights, LLC, a financial management software firm serving the healthcare industry, and NOMISe Systems, Inc., a provider of hospital cost accounting and patient analytics solutions, today announced the merger of their business operations. The new company will operate under the Healthcare Insights name with an expanded and improved suite of software products, consulting, and outsourced solutions marketed under the INSIGHTS(R) software and NOMISe(R) services brands. Published at Healthcare Insights, LLC and NOMISe Systems, Inc. Announce…
  • Viztek Licenses Zero Footprint Patent Portfolio From Heart Imaging Technologies

    Janice Sand
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:00 am
    DURHAM, N.C. /New York Netwire/ -- Heart Imaging Technologies LLC today announced that Viztek LLC, a leading provider of complete digital software and hardware imaging solutions, has licensed HeartIT's zero footprint patent portfolio. The licensed patents cover the use of zero footprint technologies to provide access to diagnostic-quality medical images in a standard Internet web browser. Published at Viztek Licenses Zero Footprint Patent Portfolio From Heart Imaging Technologies.
  • Nick Ripatrazone Offers Short Story Collection with ‘Good People’

    Janice Sand
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:00 am
    TIPP CITY, Ohio /New York Netwire/ -- Foxhead Books announced today a new book for the fall 2014 holiday season: 'Good People' (ISBN: 978-1940876139), a collection of short stories by Nick Ripatrazone. 'Good People' is a selection of fiction that amusingly ambles through the lives of the spiritually restless and religiously furtive. Published at Nick Ripatrazone Offers Short Story Collection with ‘Good People’.
  • Keeping Selfies Safe: EaseUS Todo Backup Provides More Secure Local Backup

    Janice Sand
    29 Sep 2014 | 2:52 pm
    NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- Keep your selfies safe! EaseUS Todo Backup is designed for backing up and protecting important data; EaseUS Todo Backup can realize local backup, and off-site backup. After the leak of celebrity sensitive information, enterprises have re-considered their backup solutions - cloud backup or local backup? The leak of explicit celebrity photos has implied online storage is at risk, and besides the concerns, the society and person need to pay more attention to data security protection. Published at Keeping Selfies Safe: EaseUS Todo Backup Provides More…
  • Take a Dip this Halloween at a Free Family Fun Night Hosted by Bible Life Church

    Janice Sand
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:00 pm
    NAPLES, Fla. /New York Netwire/ -- Bible Life Church is hosting a free family fun night on October 31, 2014 from 6 - 9 p.m. at 8882 Collier Boulevard, Naples, FL. Putting a spin on the holiday, they are asking people to trade out their costumes for swimsuits instead. If people prefer costumes, that's fine too, just nothing scary. Published at Take a Dip this Halloween at a Free Family Fun Night Hosted by Bible Life Church.
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  • Ride along with the NYC Boot Patrol

    FightTickets
    15 Sep 2014 | 2:01 pm
    If you have over $350 worth of parking tickets in judgement, you are at risk of receiving the boot.   Watch the Boot Patrol in action below:Visit us at www.msparking.com
  • 9/11 Ceremony Street Closures for 9.11.14

    FightTickets
    10 Sep 2014 | 7:54 am
    Via the NYC DOT:The following streets in Manhattan will be closed from 5 am to 3 pm:  Liberty Street between Trinity Place and Greenwich StreetGreenwich Street between Liberty Street and Albany StreetAreas bounded by:   Barclay Street on the NorthThames/Albany Street on the SouthTrinity Place/Church Street on the EastWest Street on the West(All Inclusive) Riverside Drive between 94th Street and 104th Street will be closed from 9 am to noon for a September 11th Memorial.Visit us at www.msparking.com
  • Want this NYC parking spot? It will cost you $1 million.

    FightTickets
    9 Sep 2014 | 2:08 pm
    According to the New York Times, the new luxury building going up at 42 Crosby Street will be offering ten underground parking spots for the cool price of $1 million each. Spots will be up to 200 square feet, and some will come with charging stations and storage.However, even for $1 million, you won't actually own the space.  Buyers (who must live in the building) will receive a 99 year license, which will allow them to use the space for as long as they live in the building.  Once they move out, they will be required to sell the parking spot.So is a million dollar parking spot…
  • NYC may begin emailing you parking tickets

    FightTickets
    28 Aug 2014 | 9:37 am
      A bill was introduced at last week's City Council meeting that would send drivers an email when they receive a parking ticket, in addition to the ticket being left on the vehicle.  According to NYC Councilmember Helen Rosenthal, the email would be intended as both a reminder to pay the ticket, and be an opportunity to emphasize safety. The email program would be voluntary, with details to follow.Visit us at www.msparking.com
  • Albany gives a green light to NYC 25 mph speed limit

    FightTickets
    20 Jun 2014 | 9:39 am
    Courtesy of WikipediaAccording to the WSJ, the New York State legislature has passed a bill that would allow NYC to lower its default speed limit from 30 to 25 miles per hour.  Governor Cuomo is expected to sign the legislation, which is part of Mayor de Blasio's Vision Zero plan to eliminate traffic deaths.Mr. de Blasio said, “This is a huge step forward as we work to save lives and make our streets safer. Reducing speeding is a critical element of our Vision Zero initiative, and we applaud the State Legislature for empowering New York City to lower speed limits and better protect our…
 
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  • Free Coffee with Friends: Central Perk

    denisewriting
    26 Sep 2014 | 11:28 am
    The one where our Friends come back to the city
  • A Cinnamon Cider Margarita

    Full Access NYC
    25 Sep 2014 | 9:01 pm
    By Seth Fera-Schanes A lime margarita, on the rocks, in a salt rimmed glass is a thing of summer beauty.  However, once the weather drops below 60 degrees, can you still order this drink?  Good question.  Yes, but for some reason it wouldn’t taste the same as when […]
  • The Best Wines for the Fall

    denisewriting
    24 Sep 2014 | 9:05 pm
    By Denise Oliveira As the temperature drops, the sun sets earlier, and the leaves start changing colors, your cravings for mojitos and margaritas are probably giving way to something a little warmer, more earthy, autumnal. To bring you this list of great wines that are perfect for a […]
  • Fall Inspired Old Fashioned Cocktail

    Full Access NYC
    24 Sep 2014 | 5:50 am
    By Seth Fera-Schanes Summer has gone and it is time for New Yorkers to get into their Fall nightlife routines.  The outdoor patios serving PBR on a 90 degree day are behind us.  It is time to gather your friends and find the corner booth of a dimly […]
  • Fall Pumpkin Cocktail Recipe

    Full Access NYC
    23 Sep 2014 | 4:56 am
    By Seth Fera-Schanes Ring the bells for Fall has arrived.  The mornings are crisp, there is an abundance of plaid that has been pulled from shelves and I am starting to see pumpkins everywhere.  Could this truly be the most wonderful time of the year? To start the […]
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    Tracy's New York Life | A Blog About Life in New York City

  • Celebrities Ride the Subway; the Worst Decisions You Could Make in NYC; Leaving Bed-Stuy for Good, and More

    Tracy Kaler
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:27 am
    THE WORD'S OUTby Tracy KalerEveryone rides the NYC subway, even celebrities. {credit}Celebrities ride the subway too. Check out these photos of famous New Yorkers acting just like us. {NY Mag}The best and worst boyfriends ever to hit Broadway are right here.  {Playbill}Neo dive bars? These nine watering holes keep NYC's downscale drinking alive and well. {Grubstreet}How about a phone call with Lena Dunham? {A Cup of Jo}Wendy Whelan of the New York City Ballet is a restless creature, and is retiring.  {The New Yorker}The gorgeous Wendy Whelan, who's been with NYCB…
  • How to Survive a 60+ Hour Workweek in New York

    Tracy Kaler
    30 Sep 2014 | 9:31 am
    LIFE IN THE APPLEby Lauren MalamalaThe "nine-to-five" work day rarely exists in New York City.For many New Yorkers, it’s not unusual to work 60 or more hours every week. If you’re climbing the corporate ladder or working on your acting career while simultaneously taking on several jobs to pay the bills, the quintessential “nine-to-five” work day typically becomes obsolete.Whether you’re in an office, working from home or somewhere in-between, the average workweek can take its toll on your stress levels, energy levels, and overall health. Maintaining proper habits can make…
  • Dressed in White: 5 NYC Kitchens to Dream About

    Tracy Kaler
    29 Sep 2014 | 9:56 am
    APARTMENT LIFEby Tracy KalerContemporary Kitchen by New York Kitchen & Bath Remodelers KBR Design & BuildI'm dreaming of a white kitchen.I think it's a clean, timeless look that I find so alluring and desirable. A date or year isn't stamped on a white kitchen, either –– a well-designed space can appear as if it was installed in 1994, 2004, or last week. Whether we realize it or not, the white kitchen will always be en vogue.These New York apartment kitchens work with varying amounts of space, yet each well-thought-out room incorporates all things needed to host a…
  • The Winslow: UK-Inspired Pub Dishes with a NY Twist

    Tracy Kaler
    26 Sep 2014 | 9:30 am
    WINE DINE & FOOTLIGHTSby Tracy KalerThe Winslow's menu includes delectable pub dishes as well as classics prepared with a New York twist. {via The Winslow}New York is no stranger to pubs –– every neighborhood has its share of "wakes," "taverns," and "houses." But few do public houses better than the UK, and there are certain dishes that few locals can compete with, either. But after dining at The Winslow in the East Village, I'm happy to report that I've discovered a few delectable dishes that Great Britain is known for, as well as other…
  • Autumn in New York: Still So Inviting

    Tracy Kaler
    25 Sep 2014 | 10:09 am
    LIFE IN THE APPLEby Lauren MalamalaThe gradual drop in temperature, humidity relief, and earlier onset of nightfall are all signs of one of the best times in the city – autumn. As I enjoy the chilly breeze on my balcony and no longer have to continually blast the AC (I had to pay Con Ed way too much money this summer), it’s hard not to have the song “Autumn in New York” stuck in my head.The cliché signs of fall tend to be something along the lines of chunky knit sweaters, multi-colored leaves, and pumpkin spice lattes. In New York City, however, the season seems much more poignant…
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  • That Turned Ugly Fast

    27 Sep 2014 | 8:15 am
    Date: September 23, 2014Location: R-Train to Brooklyn “Hello, Jerry! Did you go to the climate march?”“Well, I have elite friends--so, yes!”“I BET YOU **** THE ****** OF YOUR ****** YOU ****ING HYPOCRITE!”“Oh, my!”
  • Who Made It Happen

    20 Sep 2014 | 8:07 am
    Date: April 2, 2013Location: Bay Ridge Avenue station of the R-Train Who made it happen: Jesse Berger, Peter Chernin, Emily Cheung, Bruce Franklin, Duncan Henderson, Joseph Kosinski, Barry Levine, Dave Morrison, R.J. Mino, et al.
  • Dear Dog Owners

    13 Sep 2014 | 8:27 am
    Date: April 1, 2013Location: Ovington Avenue, BrooklynBlurb submitted by: Amy R. from B. I’m a dog walker, girlfriend’s angry, landlord’s a jerk, I’m tired all the time, my writing career’s at a standstill, and I’m supposed to care about your shoes?
  • A Peculiar Parallelism

    6 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    Date: March 25, 2013Location: Bay Ridge Avenue station of the R-Train iPad:Giving it money might lead to complacency--until the next comes out.Homeless person:Giving one money might lead to complacency--until the next comes along.
  • Life is but a Game

    31 Aug 2014 | 7:44 am
    Date: March 23, 2014Location: Bay Ridge Avenue station of the R-Train Even if you get out of Hell free, you still have to cross Park Place and Boardwalk before you reach “Go.” And that just means you start the trip all over again.
 
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  • [VIDEO] This Guy Made Several New Yorkers Instantly Smile With Just 1 Hand

    Julia
    1 Oct 2014 | 8:36 am
    We don’t know what this guy had for breakfast but we’d like some! This New Yorker is the definition of happy-go-lucky and evidently, wants to spread his happiness to his fellow city mates. His brilliant plan? Joyously skip over with a huge grin planted on his face, to every New Yorker he sees that is... The post [VIDEO] This Guy Made Several New Yorkers Instantly Smile With Just 1 Hand appeared first on Big Appled.
  • 6 Valid Reasons Why New Yorkers Have High Expectations

    Sarah Pietryka
    30 Sep 2014 | 2:02 pm
    Whether you are a native or made the move from a small town in order to become a resident of the “city that never sleeps”, one thing that makes New Yorkers stand out from people elsewhere (yes, there is a world outside of the city—it surprises me, too), is that we have very high expectations.... The post 6 Valid Reasons Why New Yorkers Have High Expectations appeared first on Big Appled.
  • Why New Yorkers Are Not Necessarily Native

    Chad R. McDonald
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:15 pm
    “Start spreading the news, I’m leaving today…” Everybody knows those lyrics, it’s Ol’ Blue Eyes performing New York, New York, official theme song of NYC. The Yankees play it to the Stadium crowd whenever they win a ballgame. But have you ever thought about what the song actually means? It’s the story of coming to New... The post Why New Yorkers Are Not Necessarily Native appeared first on Big Appled.
  • Top 5 Chicest Spring 2015 Trends

    jasminex
    30 Sep 2014 | 12:13 pm
    Okay girls, drop your Uggs and PSLs because we need to get fierce. As cute and cozy as the long fall days can be with these items, we, as a gender, should try getting a grip on the #basic front and step outside our comfort zone. I’m not one to judge; I was once an Ugg... The post Top 5 Chicest Spring 2015 Trends appeared first on Big Appled.
  • NYC’s Most Overrated Slice of Pizza

    jasminex
    29 Sep 2014 | 1:58 pm
    For the record, I love pizza. I’ve loved pizza for as long as I could remember. How can you not, right? There is something quintessentially New York City about the dough, our water, the right cheese, the perfect tomato sauce. After an out-of-town trip, I often find myself high-tailing it to John’s on Bleeker or... The post NYC’s Most Overrated Slice of Pizza appeared first on Big Appled.
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  • New York City Events November 2014 | Thanksgiving, Rockettes, Disney Frozen

    NYC Insider Guide
    1 Oct 2014 | 6:06 am
    New York City Events November 2014 include the Rockettes at Radio City, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Thanksgiving Dinner, Veteran’s Day, Disney on Ice: Frozen, New York City Marathon, the NIT College Basketball Tournament, Usher, Billy Joel and Culture Club in concert and much more. Outdoor attire will likely include scarves, gloves and hats. The tree leaves might still be beautiful – or gone, depending on the climate. The theme of the month is “the Holidays are coming,” and toward the end of November, many of the department store windows will open their beautiful displays! The…
  • If Then Broadway Musical Comedy – NYC Insider Review

    NYC Insider Guide
    30 Sep 2014 | 6:24 am
    If/Then Broadway Musical, starring Idina Menzel, follows the story of Elizabeth, as she moves back home to NYC after her recent divorce. While meeting friends in Madison Square Park, the story splits in to two different lines based on a moment in time, where Elizabeth either ignores or takes a phone call. Check the NYC Insider Review with tips, seating chart, video and more. The post If Then Broadway Musical Comedy – NYC Insider Review appeared first on NYC Insider Guide.
  • Macys Thanksgiving Parade Hotel Vacation Packages

    NYC Insider Guide
    27 Sep 2014 | 5:54 am
    Starting to re-think standing outside in the cold with no food and no bathroom for 6 hours at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade? Normally, I’d tell you all the good indoor spots are booked a year in advance, but with so many well-priced options from which to choose, there is no need to suffer! Get a front row, warm and private view of the NYC Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade with one of our NYC Vacation Packages. Choose from: Thanksgiving Short Stay-Cation, Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade Route Hotel Vacations, Thanksgiving Day Parade VIP View Vacation or Insider’s…
  • NYC Sample Sales September – DKNY, Andrew Marc, Loro Piana

    NYC Insider Guide
    26 Sep 2014 | 12:45 pm
    September is a great NYC sample sale month and in the next week, you can save HUGE on Rent the Runway, DKNY, Andrew Marc, Loro Piana, and more. In Manhattan, we have access to huge discounts on designer clothing, handbags, shoes, cosmetics and home decor. We find out about the NYC Sample Sale listings from a variety of newspapers, magazines, flyers, email lists, Facebook groups, secret groups and most importantly, friends and family! The post NYC Sample Sales September – DKNY, Andrew Marc, Loro Piana appeared first on NYC Insider Guide.
  • NY Knicks Tickets on Sale Now – Discount, Half Price, Coupon Codes

    NYC Insider Guide
    26 Sep 2014 | 6:06 am
    The New York Knicks open their 82-game season on Wednesday, Oct. 29, facing their Eastern Conference rival, the Chicago Bulls. Holiday games at MSG include: Christmas Day versus the Washington Wizards at noon and the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day game on Monday, Jan. 19 versus the New Orleans Pelicans at 5:30 p.m. The NY Knicks, in their 69th Season, have a great roster, and their games are the easiest sporting events in NYC to attend, right in Midtown Manhattan, a block from the Empire State Building. The post NY Knicks Tickets on Sale Now – Discount, Half Price, Coupon Codes…
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  • We are at DMA 2014. The largest event for data-driven marketing today

    Lake B2B
    24 Sep 2014 | 5:20 am
    We are attending the DMA conference to be held at San Diego, from October 25th to 30th. We will be at booth no - 1601. DMA, Direct Marketing Association is one of the largest groups of data-driven marketing professionals. Every year, the DMA 2014 conference attracts thousands from around the world. DMA 2014 will deliver to marketers, what they want to know about industry trends, new technologies, business strategies and helps in building long term business relationships. It has been a melting pot of some of the world’s best marketers and sees some amazing speakers give speeches about their…
  • 9 Fundamentals of data-driven strategy – Part 2

    Lake B2B
    18 Sep 2014 | 2:58 am
    We have listed out our three main fundamentals of a data-driven marketing strategy in our earlier post 9 Fundamentals of data-driven strategy – Part 1. Here areremaining six fundamentals. CRM & Customer Loyalty – Today, just a great product or a path-breaking idea won’t suffice. Customer orientation and customer loyalty matter greatly. Having a customized CRM designed in alignment with the company objectives is crucial. CRMs help in connecting with the niche target group by attracting customers. Also, promoting brand loyalty is the need of the hour. Data Analytics & Actionable…
  • 9 Fundamentals of data-driven strategy – Part 1

    Lake B2B
    14 Sep 2014 | 11:09 pm
    While everything is being driven through Data, we find marketers using a data driven strategy immensely in promoting their business. From promoting businesses to acquiring leads and making the conversions, it all depends on the right strategy.  Many companies though, are already using certain smart, proven and tested marketing strategies in order to tie their marketing spends to ROI. We are here in this blog trying to explore, if they are doing it the  right way or not. To help Marketers with data conundrums, Lake B2B lists out here the nine must-haves in any data-driven marketing…
  • Why buying prospect lists from anybody is not advisable

    Lake B2B
    27 Aug 2014 | 7:48 am
    Whenever you think about a lead marketing activity, you have to first evaluate and understand your need, and properly define your target audience. Are you targeting executives, decision makers, or technology users? The more detailed and refined your target audience is, the chances of connecting with your prospect and achieving the set goal is high. There are few ways of generating your own database, but it is time-and-resource-consuming. On the other hand, you have a host of list vendors who are ready to give away database for a price, and the outcome may not be as desired. Here are our…
  • Stop neglecting your marketing database

    Lake B2B
    19 Aug 2014 | 2:53 am
    Your marketing database is the most essential aspect of a perfect marketing kit – yet the most neglected one. The marketing database holds the reins of our marketing spends, pushes our marketing programs ahead, and makes way for a number of opportunities to build the organization’s revenue. Yet we spend very little time for it and a meager price to update it. Research shows that over 50 percent of companies do not have a defined, systemized process to manage the marketing database. This means that less than half of the marketers are using a proper process of professional segmentation of…
 
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