Fans create David Bowie memorial outside of his old New York home

Fans create David Bowie memorial outside of his old New York home
After news broke that David Bowie died Sunday at the age of 69, fans congregated at his old New York City residence to pay tribute. Mourners added flowers, bottles of beer, and even bell peppers (which he infamously named as a staple of his diet in the …
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New York is burning in Amazon Prime's live-action 'The Division' short
The post-disaster New York City shown in Tom Clancy's The Division is the fodder for a 30-minute video short premiering on Amazon Prime's streaming service Tuesday. The Division Agent Origins sets the scene for the upcoming game, serving almost as an …
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What's going on: Windsor-Essex entertainment events Jan. 21 to 27
The aquatic facility celebrates the occasion on Saturday with reduced admission all day ($ 5 general, no charge for toddlers under two years old). There'll be free cake and snacks at 11:30 a.m., as well as the introduction of Adventure Bay's new mascot.
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'Making a Murderer' Creators Say Show Was Almost Shut Down in Twitter Q&A
Receive the latest entertainment-news updates in your inbox. Privacy policy | More Newsletters. Getty Images. "Making a Murderer" producers Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos attend Cinema Eye Honors After Party on January 13, 2016, in New York City.
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New York City Fast Tracks Gun Crime Prosecution to Tackle Illegal Guns

New York City Fast Tracks Gun Crime Prosecution to Tackle Illegal Guns
New York City is one of the cities that have other provisions in addition to state laws. As one of the largest cities in the country, its residents are also very familiar with gun violence. A large portion of the violence stems from gang activity that …
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Venture Funding Gushes in New York City
Billions are flowing into New York City's burgeoning startup community. New York City companies received $ 5.95 billion in venture-capital funding in 2015, up 62% from $ 3.67 billion the previous year, according to data to be released Friday in …
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New York City ramps up security for New Year's Eve celebration

New York City ramps up security for New Year's Eve celebration
Officers communicating with smart phones and loud speakers will be empowered to shut down the event at any time and evacuate the area, Police Commissioner William Bratton said, adding that there were no known credible threats against New York City …
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How to Deal With Flight Delays and Other Travel Headaches
My flight back to New York was canceled. Even if it hadn't been, I was snowed in. At the same time, nearly a dozen tornadoes slammed the Dallas area in Texas, the deadliest to sweep through since 1927, according to the National Weather Service.
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New York City Ballet Introduces Its Future With a Flurry of 'Nutcracker' Debuts

New York City Ballet Introduces Its Future With a Flurry of 'Nutcracker' Debuts
How do you make your debut in roles as exalted as the Sugarplum Fairy and her cavalier in “George Balanchine's The Nutcracker”? And how much does a debut performance count for? The questions recurred this Christmas season at New York City Ballet …
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Pritzker Prize for Architecture Is Awarded to Alejandro Aravena of Chile
A Chilean architect who has focused his career on building low-cost social housing and reconstructing cities after natural disasters has been named the winner of architecture's highest prize, the Pritzker.
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Review: HBO's 'Sesame Street,' Fancy but Not Free
The new block is so clean you could eat off the pavement. In the restyled opening titles, Elmo, the baby-talking red Muppet, blows soap bubbles that burst juicily in slow motion. Abby Cadabby, the fairy, sends glitter shimmering at the camera. Cookie …
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Officer shot, 5 stabbed after large fight in New York City

Officer shot, 5 stabbed after large fight in New York City
Authorities say a New York City police officer has been shot in the ankle after exchanging gunfire with a suspect involved in a large fight. Police Commissioner William Bratton said 25-year-old Officer Sherrod Stuart was wounded early Saturday – his …
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EXCLUSIVE: Ex-NYPD cop on disability now runs marathons on taxpayer dime
30, 2013, DePaolis was approved for his NYPD disability pension, which provides him with $ 6,839 per month — or $ 82,069 annually, according to the New York City Police Pension Fund. The pension is tax-free, and also provides health benefits for life.
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Photos of 1930s New York City by Berenice Abbott
The Federal Art Project was a Depression-era program that launched in 1935 to fund projects by visual artists in the US. That same year, American photographer Berenice Abbott received funding for a “Changing New York” photo project to document New …
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Another NBA Player Learns the Perils of New York City Nightlife

Another NBA Player Learns the Perils of New York City Nightlife
New York Knicks forward Cleanthony Early was leaving a Queens strip club early this morning when his car was surrounded by a group of masked men, The New York Times reports. At least one was brandishing a gun. The assailants took gold chains and …
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The Comeback Kid: Michael Alig's Return to New York Nightlife
Sex in the City. CBGB. Andy Warhol. Rent. Everyone who dreams of moving to New York City has that one rose-tinted fantasy of what they hope to find here. I had Michael Alig, the most infamous party boy in the world. Well, not exactly. I had Macaulay …
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NYC Nightlife Comes Together In Love And Support Of One Of Their Own
In an incredible display of community that transcends the internal politics of the New York City nightlife community, friends and supporters from every corner of NYC will come together on Dec. 22 for an event called "ECHEVERRIA EXTRAVAGANZA" — a …
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New York Giants Offseason Preview

New York Giants Offseason Preview
It was another disappointing season for the New York Giants. Back-to-back 6-10 seasons, and a fourth straight campaign without a playoff berth proved to be the end of the line for head coach Tom Coughlin. Now the Giants head into the offseason without …
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NYC Rat Hunter's Brazen Response to PETA Critics Who He Said Called His Hunts
Richard Reynolds, the man who helps lead rat hunts using pet dogs in New York City, has a message for his critics at PETA who he said accused him of participating in a “blood sport.” “PETA's was of the opinion this was nothing more than a blood sport …
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A trip to New York will leave you feeling on top of the world

A trip to New York will leave you feeling on top of the world
In the shadow of a church at the top of Wall Street, a shop bears my favourite sign in New York. Maybe it's because it sits above a store just a few yards from the world's largest stock exchange, where city traders posture and try to outdo each other …
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Florida's Legoland is Ford's logoland
A Mustang and Escape greet visitors at the front gate, there's a Ford billboard in the park's Lego-scale model of New York City, and the Blue Oval is splashed all over one of the most popular attractions, the Ford Driving School — even on the ceiling …
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Editorial: What's a better investment: families or football?
Most of the other amenities St. Louis has to offer are certainly desirable. Attractive neighborhoods, low housing costs, decent transportation options, plenty of arts and cultural attractions and places to enjoy family activities. The list goes on …
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The Best Things To Do With Kids In New York

The Best Things To Do With Kids In New York
When planning family vacations, I prefer to visit destinations that are dynamic, stress-free and safe. And because I have one last requirement – no car, I want attractions that are within walking distance. It may come as a surprise that I consider New …
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20 Instagrams of New York City All Decked Out for Christmas

20 Instagrams of New York City All Decked Out for Christmas
It's Christmas Eve Eve (that's a thing, right?) and despite the unseasonably warm weather, New York City is still going all-out for the holiday. From Brooklyn to Midtown to the subway (pictured above) and back again, every corner of the city is kitted …
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Gender price gouging? How products aimed at females cost more
It is a known fact that women get paid less than men, but a new study shows they may also be paying more for virtually the same product. The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs revealed a sharp gap between products aimed at women and girls …
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