Brunch in NYC This Weekend to Benefit Homeless LGBT Youth

Brunch in NYC This Weekend to Benefit Homeless LGBT Youth
Respect the Brunch, an event that began in Atlanta in 2013, has made its way up the coast and will be making its NYC debut this weekend. A Williamsburg favorite, Battery Harris, will play host to the inaugural occasion, featuring a Caribbean-American …
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Milwaukee's gay nightlife on the move
Like San Francisco's The Castro, New York City's Chelsea and Chicago's Boystown, Walker's Point serves as a sort of nucleus to Milwaukee's LGBT nightlife. For years, gay and lesbian bars and clubs have flourished in the area, also known as the Fifth Ward.
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45 Rivington Street: From Nursing Home to Luxury Condos
New York, NY—Slate Property Group, Adam America Real Estate and Vanke Holdings USA LLC, a subsidiary of China Vanke, China's largest residential developer, closed on the acquisition of 45 Rivington Street for $ 116 million. The six-story, 145,000 …
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Fitness NYC: 'Star Wars' workout, meditation and more

Fitness NYC: 'Star Wars' workout, meditation and more
Awake Your Inner Force Workout: This 45-minute class created in partnership with Lucasfilm features a choreographed, strength-based workout that uses a lightsaber and glide board. First-come, first-serve basis. 5:45 p.m., FREE. New York Sports Club …
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Cowboys' Star on the Rise in a Dallas Suburb
When the Cowboys move to Frisco this summer, every major pro sports team in the Dallas area will have a presence in Frisco, a city of about 150,000. The Cowboys will join the Frisco RoughRiders, a Class AA affiliate of the Texas Rangers; the Texas …
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Arts Instruction Grew in NYC Public Schools This Year

Arts Instruction Grew in NYC Public Schools This Year
Instruction in the the arts expanded in New York City public schools in 2015, according to the New York City Department of Education's “Annual Arts in Schools Report” released today. The city's schools have added 175 new positions, following four years …
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What to Do on New Year's Eve in New York
Milford Graves, Marc Ribot, John Zorn These three musicians — drummer, guitarist, alto saxophonist, ages 74, 61 and 62 — are imposing and fearless New York wild cards, important to the last half-century of music in this city. …. She'll perform a …
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Interview: Mikhail Baryshnikov Looks Back On A Decade With His NYC Arts Center
This year the Baryshnikov Arts Center celebrates 10 big years in New York. Founder and dance legend Mikhail Baryshnikov is deservedly proud of the work his multi-discipline complex has done. The facility, located in the area known as Hell's Kitchen in …
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Christmas Travel: NYC, parks among hottest holiday attractions

Christmas Travel: NYC, parks among hottest holiday attractions
Head to the city's outer boroughs for the New York Botanical Garden's holiday train show in the Bronx, with model trains chugging past replicas of landmarks; the Christmas Lights Tour of Brooklyn's Dyker Heights neighborhood, offered by A Slice of …
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New in New York: Lower Manhattan neighborhood shows off its latest attractions
NEW YORK — On a dark December night, a canopy of lights glitters across Lower Manhattan, and not just from One World Trade and the other skyscrapers. The neighborhood sparkles with new attractions, from the otherworldly glow of the SeaGlass carousel …
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