Manhattan Newswire (Page 7)

Manhattan Newswire (Page 7)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Manhattan, NY. (Page 7)

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  1. NYPD escapee went barhopping after slipping out of cuffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2015 | New York Post

    Tiffany Neumann spent her night on the lam partying at the South Street Seaport after she escaped police custody by wriggling out of her handcuffs that were chained to a hospital bed, law enforcement sources said. But the 23-year-old's 36 hours on the run ended Tuesday at 8:45 a.m. when an elite police unit nabbed her at her maternal aunt's Morningside apartment as she was trying to get back in.

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  2. Guy who lost eight teeth in run-in with cops gets $7,500 settlementRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2015 | New York Post

    Louis Serrano got confused by construca a tion while driving his truck in East Harlem on May 17, 2012, and drove the wrong way down a one-way street and tried to make a U-turn. Two police officers pulled Serrano over and he asked them to forgive his mistake because he was confused by the construction.

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  3. Man slashed in the face on Manhattan subway platform :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | New York Post

    A man was slashed in the face on a Manhattan subway platform early Sunday- the sixth such attack in the transit system in less than a month, police sources said. The 27-year-old man got into a fight with the woman around 3 a.m. on the southbound platform on the No.

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  4. 'Black Hitler' pimp escapes serious charges, still faces 7 years in jail :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | New York Post

    A Manhattan jury Wednesday found the self-proclaimed " black Hitler " pimp not guilty of the most serious charges against him convicted him of assault and other crimes for torturing a prostitute who had withheld her earnings. After a two-week trial in Manhattan Supreme Court, the jury found Sherman Gamble, 55, not guilty of sex trafficking, strangulation and rape.

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  5. Uber driver attacks pregnant woman's service dog: cops :0Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | New York Post

    An out-of-control Uber driver yanked a 9-months pregnant passenger's service dog from her and slammed the pooch on a Manhattan street when he told her she couldn't ride with the animal, cops said. The 30-year-old Manhattan woman got into Muhammad Qayyum's Uber car with her Silky Terrier at around 7:25 p.m. on Broadway near W. 56th Street on Jan. 21, police said.

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  6. The 17 best Chinese restaurants in America :0Read the original story

    Monday Jan 25 | New York Post

    Beyond our biggest cities, seeking out the best Chinese restaurants in America can be like looking for needles in a haystack, only to find yourself grasping at straws. No doubt the entire history of the Chinese immigrant experience in America can be glimpsed in the fact that the best restaurants for Chinese food are likely to be mom-and-pop affairs that don't cater to Westerners-they're a little like our best Mexican restaurants in that way.

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  7. Melania Trump remains private despite prospect of presidencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | New York Post

    If that prospect evokes no clear image, that's no accident. Donald Trump's wife has said little in the campaign about the type of first lady she'd like to be should her husband win the Republican nomination and the presidency.

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  8. Watch these snowboarders make NYC streets their slopes :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 24 | New York Post

    A 34-year-old filmmaker and his pal thumbed their noses at Mayor de Blasio's travel ban at the height of the storm by hooking their snowboards to a Jeep and whizzing through the Big Apple. YouTube vlogger Casey Neistat of Tribeca and Oscar Boyson, 31, sent chills among shivering passers-by with slick moves and crazy stunts on mostly barren Manhattan streets.

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  9. Morgan Stanley banker tips our delivery gal only $1.75 in blizzard :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 24 | New York Post

    I battled my way for 12 blocks through mountains of snow and against treacherous winds, while teetering on the back of a bike. My mission: Pick up an order of chips, guacamole and a grande quesadilla and deliver it to a banker at Morgan Stanley.

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  10. Bandit goes on bank-robbing tour of Manhattan :0Read the original story

    Saturday Jan 23 | New York Post

    A never-say-die bandit robbed two banks in Manhattan Friday afternoon after coming up empty at his first target. The note-passing crook attempted to rob a Wilshire Bank on Fifth Avenue near 31st Street at about 1:10 p.m. but left empty-handed.

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  11. This badass mountain-climber survived an avalanche :0Read the original story

    Saturday Jan 23 | New York Post

    Jimmy Chin climbs the Himalayan peak of Meru in 2008, the subject of a new, acclaimed documentary. He and his family split their time between Manhattan and Jackson Hole, Wyo.

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  12. NYC snowstorm: 'This is bad, and getting worse' :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 23 | New York Post

    That was the word Saturday afternoon from Mayor de Blasio and Gov. Cuomo, who declared all New York City roads would be closed by 2:30 pm, as the massive winter storm Jonas threatened to dump a record-breaking 30 inches of snow on the metropolitan area. "After 2:30 if you are on the road and you don't need to be there you are subject to arrest," de Blasio said.

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  13. Actor Chris Meloni sells Manhattan apartment for $8.1M :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | New York Post

    Actor Chris Meloni has finally sold his apartment at the Park Imperial, at 230 W. 56th St. for $8.1 million. Meloni bought the family-friendly 60th-floor unit in 2006 for $5.45 million, and has spent the last four years trying to unload it.

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  14. It's not just us - New York's restaurants are also getting fatter :0Read the original story

    Thursday Jan 21 | New York Post

    Something big is happening in New York City restaurants - and we don't mean the arrival of Chick-fil-a! Across Manhattan, upscale eateries have recently opened at sizes and scales not seen in a decade. They're restaurants as big as food halls, yet styled and designed to retain a unique sense of elegance and intimacy.

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  15. Little Italy dives a fork into upscale pastaRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 17 | New York Post

    Aunt Jake's Italian Specialties, at 151 Mulberry St., between Grand and Hester streets in Manhattan, has launched a diner-like counter service with handmade pastas and custom sauces far beyond your typical red sauce joint experience. The company also took over an adjacent 1,500-square-foot space, which shares a kitchen and comes with a separate entrance.

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  16. Gentrification strikes Alphabet City :0Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2015 | New York Post

    Alphabet City has new developments, like Seven East Village , and new bars, like Lois , but the nabe retains older eateries and its gritty charm . Nothing captures today's Alphabet City better than one single block: Second Street between avenues C and D. Vacant, but graffiti-covered commercial spaces lead to drab tenement-style buildings and some truly no-frills retail storefronts.

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  17. Stacks of Daniel Murphy jerseys go unsold amid departure fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 26, 2015 | New York Post

    Jennifer Latog of Manhattan is one fan at Modell's on West 42nd Street who is wary of buying Daniel Murphy's gear. Daniel Murphy may be the hottest player in baseball right now - but Mets fans are reluctant to buy team gear with his name on it because they know he could hit the road after the World Series.

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  18. How a cop-killera Tyrone Howard was able to get out of jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2015 | New York Post

    A tale of two very different prosecutors, as reflected in hearing transcripts, helps explain why Howard went to prison in the earlier instance and was allowed to pursue a no-jail rehab deal in the second case, going on to shoot third-generation Police Officer Randolph Holder dead during a foot pursuit in East Harlem last week. Both times, Howard, a 30-year-old career crack and heroin dealer, was before a Manhattan judge on a felony drug-sale rap, asking for what's called "judicial diversion," a chance to be diverted away from prison and into a rehab program.

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  19. Judge who freed a cop-killera apologizes: a I am truly sorryaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2015 | New York Post

    Now she's sorry - five months A after freeing the career drug dealer who is charged with murdering A Police Officer Randolph Holder. The hero cop's death this week, by a bullet to the forehead during a shootout in East Harlem, "breaks my heart," Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Patricia NuA ez said Friday.

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  20. Judge temporarily blocks $13M sale of jewish non-profit buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2015 | New York Post

    In a "Hail Mary" move, a New York Supreme Court judge has temporarily blocked the sale of a Jewish non profit building on the Lower East Side - one of the hottest real estate markets in town for $13 million to developer Peter Fine. Worshippers at a synagogue at 25 Bialystoker Place, known as the Home of the Sages of Israel, are heartily objecting to the fact that the building is in contract to be sold without their knowledge or permission.

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