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Ryan Callahan nets two more against ex-mates; Martin St. Louis booed in his return to Tampa in Rangers’4-3 loss

Martin St. Louis said he was “expecting the worst” in his return to Tampa Bay as a member of the Rangers. Sports stories from Newsday

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More protests in New York over Ferguson

Hundreds of people marched for a second night in New York City. They gathered in Union Square before splitting up into several smaller groups, chanting “No justice, No peace.” Some held signs saying “Jail killer cops” and “Justice for Mike Brown.” The NYPD gave a warning to protesters blocking traffic at a busy intersection in […]

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More Protests Held In NYC, NJ Following Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton said Tuesday the protests in New York have been going very well in the wake of Monday’s controversial grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri. Bratton said the department is giving protesters “breathing room” to express outrage over the decision by a grand jury not to indict a white police officer in […]

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Schematic of the project areas, including the current tower site, the New Market Building, and the Tin Building. Image courtesy of the Howard Hughes Corp.

Hughes Corp. head says we have no more to give at the Seaport

Architect Gregg Pasquarelli discussing his revised design for the Seaport Nov. 20, the day it was unveiled. Downtown Express photo by Dusica Sue Malesevic. BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC  | The Howard Hughes Corp. says as of now there’s no viable alternative site for its proposed 494-foot tower at the the Seaport. “We’re not ruling anything out,” […]

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A neglected weapon in the fight against hunger and obesity. For people to make better eating choices, they have to have affordable access to good food and the knowledge of how to find and prepare it.

To Fight Food Injustice, We Need More than Just Groceries

Dnor A neglected weapon in the fight against hunger and obesity. For people to make better eating choices, they have to have affordable access to good food and the knowledge of how to find and prepare it. By some measures, Harlem is booming. Storefronts that were boarded up several years ago now host upscale restaurants […]

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Balancing More Than Just the Books: Scott Stringer’s First Year as Comptroller

Comptroller Stringer at a press conference (photo: Comptroller’s Office) A look at Scott Stringer as City Comptroller – which is what again? Thanks to Eliot Spitzer, a lot more New Yorkers know the city has a Comptroller. That’s what the man who defeated the former governor in a dramatic 2013 Democratic primary says, anyway, as […]

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My Mom’s Sari(s): Worth More Than Its Weight in Gold

The NPR piece, “Love is Saying ‘Sari’” made me reflect on my connection to the sari as well as my own experiences with potential loss and the importance of leaving a legacy. My sister and I sit in my parent’s bedroom as my mom looks through her sari(s), gently touching the fabric and examining the […]

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Static ‘Fire John Idzik’ Billboard Unveiled On Route 80; More Could Be Coming

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — And the third billboard is live. The latest “Fire John Idzik” billboard, a static one, is up and running on Route 80. Static billboard up at exit 64b on Route 80 west! pic.twitter.com/k46SkbfdzL — FireJohnIdzik.com (@FireJohnIdzik) November 12, 2014 FireJohnIdzik.com also has a message for New York’s owner. Another shot pic.twitter.com/NQvHabILiO […]

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North Carolina man eats Olive Garden twice a day for more than six weeks

A North Carolina man is trying to determine his Italian food breaking point by eating Olive Garden twice a day for more than six weeks. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Rangers look to get backup goalie Cam Talbot more work

Cam Talbot joined the team in mid-October 2013 for his first NHL season, following Martin Biron’s retirement, and jumped out to a 6-1-0 record by Nov. 30, stopping 187 of the first 198 shots he faced. Rangers Rss Article only

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Downtown Express photo by Zach Williams. Downtown Little League pitcher Jamie Morrison celebrated in July after throwing to Anabella Pelaez (wearing a mask at first) for the final putout putting the 11u team in the state tournament, top. Pelaez and her sister Isabella, and the other players on Downtown’s state championship teams, were honored last week by State Sen. Daniel Squadron.

More honors for Downtown’s two championship teams

PHOTO BY ZACH WILLIAMS BY ZACH WILLIAMS  |  Two Downtown Little league softball teams received state recognition on Oct. 16 for going where no Manhattan team has gone before. Dozens of local parents, players and their siblings assembled at the Battery Park City Ballfields at night to see State Senator Daniel Squadron honor the teams […]

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Citi Bike Expanding to Harlem, Western Queens and More of Brooklyn

Citi Bike Expanding to Harlem, Western Queens and More of Brooklyn

The price of a yearly membership of the bike share program will increase to $ 149, officials said. Home Page Top Stories on DNAINFO.com – Tuesday, October 28, 2014 | 5:09pm

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Subway feel more crowded? You’re not imagining things

New York City’s subways had five days of record ridership last month, and those in charge of the public transportation system have seized on the increased usage to push their… | Metro | New York Post

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Nina In New York: Soda Can Kill You (Again, Some More)

A lighthearted look at news, events, culture and everyday life in New York. The opinions expressed are solely those of the writer. ______________ By Nina Pajak Big news on the “soda is evil” front. It turns out that it not only rots your teeth and gives you diabetes and makes you morbidly obese, it also shortens […]

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BREAKING: Rosario Dawson cousin charged in 2 more E.V. sexual-abuse cases

BY LINCOLN ANDERSON | More details have emerged about last Friday’s alleged attempted rape of a 20-year-old female Stuyvesant Town resident by Juan Scott, 26, the first cousin of actress Rosario Dawson. In addition, Scott is now being charged with two other sexual-abuse incidents in the East Village. Scott was arraigned on his charges at Criminal […]

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