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For sharp-elbowed New Yorkers accustomed to walking where they need to go at a big-city pace, the holiday season is hardly the most wonderful time of the year.
Scott Nappi talks Tuesday about the fatal carjacking in New Jersey on Sunday. Nappi and a friend, Michael Falcone, were carjacked at the Nanuet Mall 20 years ago.
Rudy Kurniawan duped his deep-pocketed clientele into thinking he had uncovered a "magic wine cellar" in Europe - but in reality mixed a "witches brew" of cheap French wines and California blends at home to pass off as rare reds and whites, prosecutors told jurors Tuesday.
Some Steinway company representatives and employees like Wally Boot, pictured here have been working for the company for decades.
A group of public school principals is asking Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio to make big changes to the city's educational policies.
Locals have been complaining about the Manhattanization of Williamsburg for years, and now the hip neighborhood even has the real estate prices to match.
"Paris resembles The Bronx!" one election operative was recently quoted as sniffing, touching off what one publication is calling a bizarre and distinctly rude discussion: Has the City of Light turned into The Bronx? The debate began when former National Police chief Frederic Pechenard, a pro-law-and-order right-winger, complained during the ... (more)
Heavy traffic exits the George Washington Bridge as morning commuters drive into Manhattan.
New York's longest serving police commissioner is going to work for the Greater Talent Network as a public speaker.
An 800-square-foot Hamilton Heights co-op was the Manhattan residential market's cheapest single-family sale of the week.
I'm a big fan of food gifts for friends and family; they're all but guaranteed to be appreciated.
After failing to stop the New York City Council from passing a living wage bill last year, outgoing mayor Michael Bloomberg is winding down his term by suing to kill the law.
A new windscreen and refurbished grounds have proven a treat for dogs and their owners at McCarren Park, whose newly renovated dog has welcomed plenty of four-legged visitors despite the cold.
Presumably thousands of Brooklynites got Borough President Marty Markowitz's annual holiday card, with a mostly cheery ditty set to the tune of "The Twelve Days of Christmas": In the twelve years of Marty, who would have thought we'd see... MTV in Brooklyn Barclays is booming Nets playing downtown GQ said we're way cool Too many bike lanes Donna ... (more)
They say the man depicted in the sketch broke into a woman's apartment in Ozone Park Friday morning and demanded that she take her clothes off at knifepoint.