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Results 181–210 of 1995.

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An insurgent Democratic challenger claims he was offered a bribe to get out of his race against 24-year veteran Manhattan-Brooklyn Rep. Jerry Nadler — who immediately called the charge “defamatory.”  Read more

On Friday evening, May 27, at 8:00, Bargemusic will present pianist Donald Berman playing a mix of classical (Mozart), modern (Loren Rush, Peter Phillips, and Judith Weir), and early modern  Read more

DNA Info reports that the Watchtower Tract & Bible Society, better known as Jehovah’s Witnesses, has put the (forgive my use of an over-used word, but here it does seem  Read more

DNA Info reports that the Watchtower Tract & Bible Society, better known as Jehovah’s Witnesses, has put the (forgive my use of an over-used word, but here it does seem  Read more

New York City's only Washington Republican, former Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan, elected last year in New York's 11th Congressional District to serve out disgraced Michael Grimm's term, wants  Read more

New York City's only Washington Republican, Former Staten Island District Attorney Dan Donovan, elected last year in New York's 11th Congressional District to serve out disgraced Michael Grimm's term, wants  Read more

Photo by MK MetzFireworks were shot off about 360 yards east of Liberty Island tonight at 9:25 p.m. You could see the display from Brooklyn and the other boroughs of  Read more

Photo by MK MetzFireworks were shot off about 360 yards east of Liberty Island tonight at 9:25 p.m. You could see the display from Brooklyn and the other boroughs of  Read more

A young Brooklyn man was convicted of murder and assault on Wednesday for fatally shooting one person and wounding two others during a dice game in 2012. “This case is  Read more

At 7:30 PM tomorrow, Thursday, May 26, local Democratic club Bay Ridge Democrats will meet in the banquet room of the Bridgeview Diner, at 9011 3rd Avenue in Bay  Read more

A Connecticut woman convicted of smuggling $45,000 worth of cocaine in her luggage got a big break when a federal judge sentenced her to probation instead of prison time. In  Read more

A Connecticut woman convicted of smuggling $45,000 worth of cocaine in her luggage got a big break when a federal judge sentenced her to probation instead of prison time. In  Read more

From the May issue: The buzz surrounding Downtown Brooklyn’s skyline has lately reached a fever pitch. Last year, JDS and the Chetrit Group unveiled plans to build Brooklyn’s tallest tower,  Read more

From the May issue: The buzz surrounding Downtown Brooklyn’s skyline has lately reached a fever pitch. Last year, JDS and the Chetrit Group unveiled plans to build Brooklyn’s tallest tower,  Read more

Neighbors looking to spice things up this summer with some meaty Mexican fare should check out Manhattan Beach’s newest restaurant. Masters of Tacos opened Saturday at 181 West End Avenue,  Read more

UPDATED, 5:00 p.m., May 26: Hampshire Properties picked up an Upper West Side rental building and an adjacent commercial building for a combined $37.6 million, according to city property records  Read more

From the Newport Jazz Festival and Woodstock, to Live Aid and Lollapalooza, music festivals once held historical and cultural importance—before the dizzying array of acts, foodtrucks, and selfie-happy audiences took  Read more

 

When it comes to impressive bar programs set in lush landscapes, there are few who do it better than Maison Premiere, the Williamsburg oasis known for its killer drinks  Read more

 

When it comes to impressive bar programs set in lush landscapes, there are few who do it better than Maison Premiere, the Williamsburg oasis known for its killer drinks  Read more

A woman gave birth to one of her twins on the side of the Cross Bronx Expressway on Wednesday, just hours after another new mom couldn’t hold on and delivered  Read more

Yippee! It is AMAZING outside today, and I have to tell you that this weather couldn’t be better timed as far as I’m concerned. I’ve spent the last 36 hours  Read more

A group of local elected officials announced a new effort Wednesday to expand youth homeless services to more New Yorkers. Two bills, introduced by Assemblywoman Helene Weinstein and Senator Diane  Read more

Results 181–210 of 1995.

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