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5 Things to Watch in New York City Marathon Women's Race

5 Things to Watch in New York City Marathon Women's Race The women's race at Sunday's New York City Marathon features the reigning world champion, one of road running's greatest talents in her return after giving birth, the prospect of a hometown hero, and a possible American masters record. Here's what to … Read more on […]

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A Look at the New York City Rental Market

A Look at the New York City Rental Market Touted across the world as The Big Apple, New York City is home to over eight million residents. With five distinct boroughs and hundreds of neighborhoods, it's no surprise that rent prices across the city experience major fluctuations. As a result … Read more on Huffington […]

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20 Reasons To Run In The New York City Marathon At Least Once In Your Life

20 Reasons To Run In The New York City Marathon At Least Once In Your Life This week, it's hard to focus on anything but the upcoming TCS NYC Marathon, with banners streaming throughout Central Park, and people pouring in from all corners of the world to watch, volunteer, or, even more exciting, run. Even […]

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We sent our Russian war photographer to a haunted house in New York City

We sent our Russian war photographer to a haunted house in New York City Earlier this month Evgeny took some well-deserved time off to visit us here in New York City. First, we bought him lunch. Then we did what any other media outlet would do when a war photographer tells you he has his […]

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New York City Man Sentenced For Drug Distribution

New York City Man Sentenced For Drug Distribution NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)- A New York City man will spend five years behind bars for his role in a ring that distributed thousands of oxycodone pills in Connecticut. 28-year-old Harlan Fields of the Bronx, New York, was sentenced in New Haven Federal … Read more on WTNH

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Free Broadband for Public Housing in New York Sought as Condition in

Free Broadband for Public Housing in New York Sought as Condition in … Led by New York City's public advocate, Letitia James, and City Councilman Ben Kallos, the group of state and local politicians is calling on Comcast to help bridge the so-called digital divide between people who have access to broadband connections … Read […]

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New York City mayor draws on managerial experience, from Little League

New York City mayor draws on managerial experience, from Little League … NEW YORK — As mayor of the nation's largest city, Bill de Blasio has become accustomed to making tough decisions and moving on. But there's one decision he made a decade ago that he can't get out of his mind: As a Little […]

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StreetsPAC Issues New Round of Albany Endorsements

StreetsPAC Issues New Round of Albany Endorsements With a week to go before the November 4 election, StreetsPAC has issued a new round of endorsements for candidates for state legislature. NYC's livable streets political action committee endorsed State Assembly and Senate incumbents from Manhattan, … Read more on Streetsblog New York (blog)

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Rob Astorino: Mayor Bloomberg and New York City Better at Sandy Recovery

Rob Astorino: Mayor Bloomberg and New York City Better at Sandy Recovery … Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg did a better job with Hurricane Sandy recovery than the state government, GOP gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino said today — despite the frequent and strong criticism some city officials and residents have had for Mr. Read more on […]

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New York Today: Ebola and Quarantines

New York Today: Ebola and Quarantines A 5-year-old boy who recently returned from Guinea is being tested at Bellevue Hospital Center after developing symptoms consistent with the disease, city officials said. And the nurse quarantined in New Jersey will be released from the hospital to … Read more on New York Times (blog)

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Taylor Swift Name New York City's New Welcome Ambassador

Taylor Swift Name New York City's New Welcome Ambassador Taylor Swift really hearts New York — see “Welcome to New York, which kicks off her latest album, 1989. Now it seems the city has given her the official job of welcoming everyone to the Big Apple. According to Good Morning America, Swift, who moved to […]

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Quick Hits With Kara Goucher Before She Heads To The New York City Marathon

Quick Hits With Kara Goucher Before She Heads To The New York City Marathon 2 New York City Marathon. In the past year, she's connected with a new group of sponsors—including Skechers, Oiselle, Nuun and Soleus—moved from Portland, Ore., to her old college town of Boulder, and reunited with her college coaches Mark Wetmore … Read […]

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NYU Reacts: Ebola in New York City

NYU Reacts: Ebola in New York City Members of the NYU community shared their views on the presence of Ebola and the mandatory quarantine in New York City. “New York is facing a huge challenge with a virus like Ebola in the heart of such a populated city … What is to say the doctors […]

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The go-to shop for the New York City's witches and wizards

The go-to shop for the New York City's witches and wizards And yet, Catland has established itself as one of the city's go-to destinations for witches and wizards. Co-owner Joe Petersen says the city's occult community is “large and growing,” and that supernatural references are becoming more mainstream … Read more on New York Post

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How Ready Is New York City for Ebola?

How Ready Is New York City for Ebola? Doctors Without Borders physician Dr. Craig Spencer tested positive for Ebola on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, immediately testing the strength of the city's preparation for the deadly disease. Read more on TIME

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