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  1. National Book Awards presented to Sigrid Nunez, Jeffrey C. Stewart and othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Isabel Allende received a lifetime achievement award, and a work of translated literature won a prize for the first time. The National Book Award, one of the country's most prestigious literary prizes, was presented Wednesday to a contemplative novel about a woman and a Great Dane.

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  2. Holiday shopping guide: Destination Five TownsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Newsday

    For shoppers, the Five Towns can be both challenging and rewarding. It can be tough to find parking, to navigate one-way streets and share the roads with lots of other people, but the area brims with shopping districts that are walkable, include countless restaurants and offer merchandise that otherwise might be found only online.

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  3. State panel considers pay raises for lawmakers, othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Newsday

    A commission on Tuesday began the process that could give pay raises to state legislators and top officials in the Cuomo administration. Assembly members at the state Capitol in Albany on June 20. Most state legislators make over $100,000 a year, including a base pay of $79,500.

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  4. Mariah Carey pop-up installation opening in ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Newsday

    The Greenlawn native will appear at "The Mariah Carey Experience" on Friday night to sign copies of her new album, "Caution." Mariah Carey performs at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Oct. 9. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Kevin Winter Mariah Carey will focus the launch of her new album "Caution" in Manhattan, with a pop-up installation at Sony Square opening Friday and a Times Square concert on "Good Morning America" Monday.

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  5. Coastal erosion in the spotlight at Audubon Society climate conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | Newsday

    The goal of the conference was to educate people on how they could take action in their communities to mitigate issues such as sea level rise and stronger, more intense storms, one official said. David Ringer, right, chief network officer at the National Audubon Society, and Mark Haubner of the North Fork Environmental Council at the second annual Long Island Climate Conference on Saturday.

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  6. Love Story: He helped her find what she was looking for at the A&PRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Newsday

    I love telling my story to friends. Our story starts in 1955. Dick was working at the local A&P grocery store in Flushing, Queens, where I would go shopping for my mom.

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  7. Twyla Tharp on why she's never watched 'Dancing with the Stars,' moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Newsday

    She helped revolutionize dance starting in the 1960s. She's created works with music from Bach to the Beach Boys, eventually choreographing for films , TV and Broadway .

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  8. Mural finds new home at athletic center in HicksvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | Newsday

    The 1960s mural, which used to hang in the former Sears department store, was refurbished and relocated for public display at an Oyster Bay town facility. On Friday, a historical mural that used to reside in the former Sears store in Hicksville was unveiled in its new home in the Town of Oyster Bay Hicksville Athletic Center.

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  9. The Latest: Costumed revelers kick off NYC Halloween paradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | Newsday

    In this Oct. 31, 2017 file photo, a reveler gets his picture taken by a friend in front of heavily armed police during the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in New York. The NYPD says thousands of uniformed and plainclothes officers will patrol the 2018 parade in Greenwich Village.

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  10. Officials detail security plans for Sunday's New York City MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | Newsday

    NYPD Chief of Department Terrence Monahan said thousands of police officers will be deployed along the marathon route Sunday, including heavy-weapons teams, K-9 units, bomb squad officers and other specialists. Police will be out in full force - on streets, bridges, rooftops, in the air and on the sea - to keep runners and spectators participating in the New York City Marathon safe, NYPD officials said Wednesday.

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  11. More security for NYC Halloween parade a year after attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | Newsday

    In this Oct. 31, 2017 file photo, a reveler gets his picture taken by a friend in front of heavily armed police during the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in New York. The NYPD says thousands of uniformed and plainclothes officers will patrol the 2018 parade in Greenwich Village.

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  12. Lucas Hedges comes of age, 1 film at a timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 30 | Newsday

    With the pressure of the lead role on him for the first time, Lucas Hedges was hearing voices. Vivid movie-critic voices.

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  13. NYPD: Searching for clues in Bronx shooting of off-duty copRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 30 | Newsday

    The unidentified officer is recovering after getting caught in the crossfire of a gunfight between two gangs while driving home, officials say. New York City Police Commissioner James O'Neill, left, and Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea in Manhattan on Oct. 11. O'Neill said Tuesday that an off-duty NYPD officer who was shot in a gang crossfire is "going to be OK."

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  14. Clowns followed by SpongeBob SquarePants make their wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2018 | Newsday

    If your lights start to flicker and dim this season, a visit to New York City can be the electrifying jolt needed for a flagging holiday spirit. With so many vibrant seasonal events on offer in the city, it's hard to showcase just 10. For 92 years, this iconic annual pageant with its giant helium character balloons has been a festive start to the city's holiday season, as 3.5 million spectators elbow each other for a better view of more than 8,000 parade participants, including celebrities, athletes, clowns, dance groups, pop stars, America's best marching bands, Broadway actors and fabulous floats.

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  15. The Harrison opens in landmark space in Floral ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 28 | Newsday

    By any standard, Victor Koenig's in Floral Park had a long run: It closed two years ago after a run of 71 years . Its replacement, a year in the making, appears built to last as well.

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  16. LIRR still years away from some Sandy repairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 27 | Newsday

    One of the most critical Sandy repair projects for commuters hasn't started: the $1 billion restoration of two of the four East River Tunnels. The Long Island Rail Road has made progress in fixing and fortifying its system following the devastation of superstorm Sandy, but some planned repairs and upgrades, including inside the critical East River tunnels linking to Penn Station, remain years away, according to the MTA.

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  17. As national bomb probe continues, authorities turn focus to FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Newsday

    A total of 10 packages with suspected explosive devices were found in the past four days, prompting an intensive hunt for whoever is responsible. None has detonated, and no one has been hurt.

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  18. Officials: Suspicious packages sent to Robert De Niro, Joe BidenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Newsday

    Investigators believe the device sent to De Niro is connected to the previous suspected bombs, an NYPD source said. A source told the AP that the Biden packages were similar, too.

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  19. NYPD: New suspicious package found in Manhattan's TriBeCaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 25 | Newsday

    A package addressed to actor Robert De Niro was sent to his production company in Manhattan on Thursday morning and investigators believe it is connected to the suspected pipe bombs received in recent days by former elected officials and other prominent individuals, an NYPD source said. The device was taken early Thursday morning from 375 Greenwich St. in TriBeCa to the department's Bomb Squad facility in the Bronx for examination.

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  20. Midtown Manhattan package scare a reminder of NYC's role as terror targetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 24 | Newsday

    Workers, shoppers and even CNN anchors were ordered out of Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle after a package containing a suspected pipe bomb was found. CNN staffers and others on 58th Street outside the Time Warner Center after a suspicious device was removed from the building on Wednesday.

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