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3 hrs ago | Mashable
Lyft will not launch on schedule in New York City on Friday night, despite a week of promises from the company to launch in the Big Apple.
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5 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
Douglas Hamilton, left, a fifth-great-grandson of Alexander Hamilton and Antonio Burr, right, a descendant of Aaron Burr's cousin, fire their pistols during the re-enactment marking the 200th anniversary of the Hamilton-Burr duel, in Weehawken, N.J., Sunday, July 11, 2004 On July 11, 1804, two leading U.S. politicians overreacted to personal ... (more)
7 hrs ago | York Press
MORE than 200 trade unionists marched through York city centre in protest at pay, pensions and cuts in public services.
11 hrs ago | The Independent
Upstate New York's mountains are back in vogue following their Sixties heyday. Mark C O'Flaherty joins the cool crowd from Brooklyn to explore "We thought the baby boomers would come, but it turned out to be the Brooklynites."
15 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Shouts, giggles and selfies. Mildly titillating and lots of fun, bouncing around on giant inflatable boobs is the hit attraction of a hot and steamy New York summer.
Today's New Yorker birthdays include boxing great Jake "Raging Bull" LaMotta, born in 1921; former Mayor David Dinkins, born in 1927; and composer Jerry Herman, born in 1931.
The New Yorker Hotel opened its doors in 1930 as the largest hotel in New York City.
The San Francisco-based ride-sharing company announced earlier this week that it will commence operations in the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens on Friday, despite a failure to meet specific requirements from the Taxi and Limousine Commission.
RESIDENTS want city leaders to safeguard the future of a York pub, amid fears it could be forced to close.
Canine and feline customers will be getting the VIP treatment at a new salon offering everything from hot tubs to rub downs for pampered pets.
New York City has never been known for its affordability, but a new crop of mega-luxury buildings in Manhattan are redefining sky-high prices.
The Summer Fancy Food Show at the Javits Center last week, which displayed dozens of upscale culinary vendors and later donated many of the leftovers to a local food pantry.
A LEADING boutique women's wear chain will open this week in York - 13 months after its predecessor closed its doors.
A COMPANY director has escaped a trip to prison for selling pirated vehicle repair gadgets on eBay because he stood up to armed thugs who broke into his home and threatened his son.
Of the 64 state schools in York, 22 have so far confirmed some or all classes will be affected, and 19 have still to announce, with 29 confirmed as fully open.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 04:32 pm
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