Manhattan Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. De Blasio cruises to victory in Democratic mayoral primaryRead the original story

    Sep 12, 2017 | New York Post

    Mayor de Blasio cruised to an easy victory in the Democratic primary on Tuesday - trouncing little-known former City Council member Sal Albanese and other long-shot hopefuls in a race that was never competitive. With 40 percent of precincts reporting, de Blasio had 70.75 percent of the votes, or 44,417 votes, the Board of Elections said.

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  2. Jean-Georges' Public Kitchen is a tasty, if predictable, crowd-pleaserRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2017 | New York Post

    Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Public Kitchen at Ian Schrager's teeming new Public Hotel on Chrystie Street promises "the best of 'New York' food," "world food" for "all tastes and diets" and "international flavors that make up the Lower East Side." But let's cut through all the promotional hype and call it what it is: downtown, party-time cuisine that actually works.

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  3. Steve CuozzoNYC commercial real estate scene thriving 16 years after 9/11Read the original story

    Sep 11, 2017 | New York Post

    On this 16th year of commemorating the horror and heroism of 9/11, all's well on the Manhattan office scene - an outcome that seemed impossible following the terrorist attack that killed 2,996, wiped out 14 million square feet of prime space and chased companies out of town. CBRE's latest MarketView Snapshot finds positive absorption for the third straight month; total leasing of 2.75 million square feet in August, well above the five-year monthly average of 2.19 million; and healthy average asking rent of $73.86 per square foot.

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  4. How 'The Deuce' turned a quiet NYC neighborhood into porn-tastic Times SquareRead the original story

    Sep 10, 2017 | New York Post

    How do you re-create one of the most famous neighborhoods in the world during its most infamous era? When you're talking about Times Square in 1971, you have to look far and wide, especially now that the area is sanitized and sterilized . "The Deuce," premiering Sunday on HBO, is a drama about the rise of the pornography industry in 1971 in New York City and how mobsters, pimps and prostitutes all tried to cash in.

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  5. A first among several homes away from home for the YankeesRead the original story

    Sep 9, 2017 | New York Post

    It's a weird quirk of history, if you think about it. When you think of the Yankees, you think of Yankee Stadium instantly, completely, totally.

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  6. Man tied to NYPD corruption probe blames de Blasio donor for Ponzi schemeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2017 | New York Post

    The former owner of a successful Harlem restaurant whose shenanigans opened the door to the feds' now-closed probe into Mayor Bill de Blasio begged for leniency at his sentencing Friday by casting blame on Jona Rechnitz, a de Blasio donor-turned-government cooperator . Lawyers for Hamlet Peralta, the former owner of the Hudson River Cafe, said Rechnitz fueled the flames of Peralta's $12 million Ponzi scheme because he needed "bags of cash" to bribe city officials.

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  7. Steve Madden slips into Billionaire's Row homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2017 | New York Post

    The founder of the eponymous footwear empire has purchased a 4,624-square-foot condo at a just-completed Midtown East tower for $12.2 million, industry spies tell the Wall Street Journal . And perhaps it's no surprise.

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  8. Tourist boat catches fire near Governor's IslandRead the original story

    Sep 8, 2017 | New York Post

    The boat, know as the Jewel, left from 23rd Street and the FDR Drive in Manhattan and regularly carries as many as 300 passengers on trips to the Statue of Liberty, according to the operator's Web site.

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  9. Hip new eateries coming to Upper West Side, Hell's KitchenRead the original story

    Sep 4, 2017 | New York Post

    Spuntino Bar, formerly Vai Restaurant run by Chef Vincent Chirico, has opened at 429 Amsterdam Ave. at 81st Street under the same chef and owner. Spuntino Bar will feature 14 tables, some communal seating, a half dozen seats at the bar, and more at the front window and patio.

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  10. JetBlue burned my butt with hot tea: lawsuitRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2017 | New York Post

    A Manhattan woman is putting JetBlue on the legal hot seat after the airline torched her keister with hot tea, then treated her "like a child" when she begged for help, she claims in a lawsuit. Michelle Lavin, 25, suffered second-and third-degree burns on her butt during a "torturous" five hour, 40 minute flight to Las Vegas, but says what burned her more was the way the flight crew dismissed her suffering.

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  11. Halal cart turf war turns violent in SohoRead the original story

    Sep 2, 2017 | New York Post

    A food-cart vendor was attacked by three rivals who pummeled him Saturday morning in Soho with a chunk of metal in an attempt to take over his prime spot outside of Bloomingdale's, police said. "Three guys, they want to take my spot," Rahman, of Woodhaven, Queens, told The Post as he chopped chicken for biryani rice and tikka masala.

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  12. Dramatic five-alarm fire rips through Tribeca buildingRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2017 | New York Post

    The blaze broke out in a five-story commercial building at the corner of Murray and Church streets around 6:57 p.m., quickly spreading to the roof, FDNY officials said. Several fourth-floor windows overlooking the intersection blew out around 7:45 p.m., raining glass over the street.

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  13. City's radical past revealed in NYPD spy picsRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2017 | New York Post

    The extremists and protesters who spread their messages of love and hate across the Big Apple a half-century ago were secretly surveilled by the NYPD, a trove of newly unearthed photos reveals. Cops had their eye on the deadly Black Liberation Army, and somehow got their hands on a useful shot of 13 beret-wearing members of the radical terror outfit posing together for a group portrait.

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  14. Michael RiedelMichael Moore was mugged in NYC as a teen - but he still loves BroadwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2017 | New York Post

    Michael Moore, nestled into a booth at a bar in the theater district, wants to talk about something else: his lifelong love affair with New York City and Broadway. Flint, Michigan's most famous son, now starring on Broadway in "The Terms of My Surrender," started coming to town in the early '60s to visit his aunt on Staten Island.

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  15. Take a tour of NYC's wackiest theater venuesRead the original story

    Aug 31, 2017 | New York Post

    "All the world's a stage," said Shakespeare. And he was right: His own work's headed to four Hell's Kitchen bars and a Brooklyn recycling center.

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  16. Authorities arrest notorious 'Broadway Bandit'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2017 | New York Post

    The so-called Broadway Bandit was busted by an FBI-NYPD joint task force Wednesday evening in Manhattan, according to reports. The feds arrested Jaime Frierson, 47, in Harlem at around 6 p.m. for allegedly sticking up seven banks - many of them on The Great White Way, WABC-TV reported .

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  17. The fascinating history behind NYC's stables-turned-real estateRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2017 | New York Post

    Washington Mews, a little alley north of Washington Square Park, is an urban gem. Still paved with Belgian block and lined with quaint cottages, it's a Greenwich Village street that might as well be in Europe.

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  18. Lost food delivery cyclist ends up going through Lincoln TunnelRead the original story

    Aug 30, 2017 | New York Post

    An UberEats cyclist relied way too much on his GPS app for directions during a Manhattan dinner delivery run - and wound up riding right through the Lincoln Tunnel all the way to New Jersey, police said Wednesday. Hicham Oulhint, 26, told cops he works for Uber's on-demand food delivery service, took the really wrong turn at about 7:10 p.m. Tuesday as he headed toward an address on West 22nd Street in Chelsea from an undisclosed restaurant.

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  19. Beware of 'foodie call' dates who are just in it for a free mealRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 30, 2017 | New York Post

    When Olivia Balsinger first moved to New York after graduating college in 2014, she wanted to experience Manhattan "Sex and the City"-style. Like many millennials working in entry-level office gigs, however, she was limited by a shoestring budget.

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  20. Steve CuozzoPfizer hopes to sign lease for new home by early 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2017 | New York Post

    Pfizer and Tishman Speyer hope to complete a momentous, 800,000-square-foot lease at the developer's planned Spiral skyscraper by early 2018, sources told The Post. The signing would pave the way for a summer groundbreaking.

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