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  1. Immunity could be lifted for diplomat's husband who allegedly beat herRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | New York Post

    The British diplomat allegedly beaten by her husband in their Manhattan apartment only to see him dodge charges thanks to her diplomatic immunity may get justice after all, as a US congresswoman said she wants the protection lifted so the case can be tried. "The United Kingdom should waive this abuser's diplomatic immunity so that he can be held accountable for his actions," said Rep. Carolyn Maloney , whose district covers the East 47th Street apartment in which Youssef Amrouche allegedly attacked his wife on Saturday morning.

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  2. AllianceBernstein eyeing The Spiral for Manhattan moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | New York Post

    Financial giant AllianceBernstein is now closing in on a decision as to where it will regroup in New York City now that it has committed to moving its headquarters to Nashville. Sources tell The Post that the firm has targeted and is negotiating with the Related venture at 50 Hudson Yards and with Tishman Speyer for The Spiral - which looks like it may be getting the thumbs up.

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  3. NYCHA shows off 'blitz' of minor repairs, but most tenants still sufferingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | New York Post

    Daisy Dougwillo, her husband Steven and son Steven. Daisy said their apartment is still suffering from major heating issues despite NYCHA's boasting about repairs.

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  4. Behind the price drops at New Yorka s famed a Good BuildingsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | New York Post

    In the 1980s, writer Tom Wolfe shone a light on the city's toniest addresses, most inside an area called the Triangle on the Upper East Side. "People talk about whether somebody lives in a good building or not," says Muffie Potter Aston, a philanthropist and longtime resident of 765 Park Ave. .

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  5. Victim's diplomatic immunity spares husband from domestic violence chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | New York Post

    A man was arrested Saturday morning for striking his diplomat wife at their Manhattan apartment - but cops had to let him go because of her immunity from the law, police sources said. The 46-year-old woman called cops from the couple's Turtle Bay apartment on East 47th Street near Second Avenue - known as the Embassy House - at around 9:30 a.m. and said her husband, Youssef Amrouche, 37, assaulted her during a domestic dispute, the sources said.

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  6. Construction company rolls out first inclusive 'at work' signsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | New York Post

    A Manhattan construction company has rolled out gender-neutral "Men and Women at Work" signs - believed to be the first of their kind in the city. Plaza Construction began replacing archaic "Men at Work" signs at the entrances to their job sites Sept.

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  7. Sharpton's daughter gets $95K settlement for sprained ankleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | New York Post

    Dominique Sharpton, Al Sharpton's eldest child, in Manhattan on July 14, 2016. At right: the ankle brace on Dominique Sharpton's right leg.

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  8. NYC's best holiday pop-up bars, from festive to freakyRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | New York Post

    'Tis the season to eat, drink and be merry! New York's rising to the occasion with a festive new fleet of pop-up watering holes, from classy, twinkly rooftop boA tes to quirky, campy dive bars. Buzzy Williamsburg brunch spot Sunday in Brooklyn has transformed its main bar room into a cozy winter cabin - and the team's dressing accordingly, trading out their usual uniforms for snuggly PJs.

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  9. Jennifer Gould KeilSaudi prince eyes $29M Manhattan apartmentRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 5 | New York Post

    A member of the Saudi royal family, Prince Saad bin Miteb Al Saud, recently expressed interest in a $29 million unit at Porter House , located at 66 Ninth Ave. in the Meatpacking District. The Paris Forino-designed apartment comes with a 400-pound bronze kitchen sink and a 200-pound front door, as we previously reported .

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  10. Sushi by Bou at Suite 1001 guests are greeted by chef David Bouhadana upon arrival.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | New York Post

    The soon-to-open Sushi by Bou at Suite 1001 will be the first restaurant in the world to open up shop inside a hotel room. Guests who make reservations check in at the front desk and get a key card that lets them into a 150-square-foot room on the 10th floor of Nomad's Hotel 3232.

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  11. Find your holiday cheer at the Met Opera's Sunday brunchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 2 | New York Post

    The Met Opera Sunday brunch is back for the holidays, which means bottomless bellinis while you listen to live opera at The Grand Tier Restaurant, 30 Lincoln Center Plaza, showcasing rising opera stars from the Lindemann Young Artist Development Program. The $45 two-course prix fixe menu includes brioche French toast, wild mushroom risotto with porcini, Taleggio and truffle butter, a Benedict royale and classic smoked salmon with accompaniments.

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  12. How a charming art dealer became a wanted fraudsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | New York Post

    By most indications, Ezra Chowaiki ranked among New York City's top art dealers. From 2004 to 2017, his eponymous gallery on Park Avenue showed work by artists such as A Degas, Picasso and Calder.

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  13. NYC spends an obscene amount on engagement ringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | New York Post

    Manhattan ladies are twice as lucky in love - or at least the size of their engagement rings - as their outer-borough counterparts. The average Manhattanite drops $13,378 to put a ring on it, while lovebirds in Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Staten Island spend only $6,000, which still beats the national average of $5,764, according to data from wedding-planner website TheKnot.

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  14. Plans to build high-rise jail in Lower Manhattan nixedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 28 | New York Post

    City officials on Wednesday announced that they're scrapping plans to build a high-rise jail in Lower Manhattan in favor of refurbishing the current detention complex known as "The Tombs." In August, officials said they were leaning toward erecting a 40-floor tower at 80 Centre St. - which houses the city marriage bureau and state courts.

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  15. Lois WeissBrooklyn has become a bright spot for city retailRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 27 | New York Post

    In a glass half-full kind of way, Brooklyn has become a bright spot for city retail, with average asking rents on ground-floor spaces up in seven of the 16 shopping corridors. The market has been hopping where there are more apartments , according to the Real Estate Board of New York's summer retail report.

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  16. Homeless set up shanty town under Times Square scaffoldingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 25 | New York Post

    A group of vagrants turned a Times Square scaffolding into a makeshift shelter and drying rack Sunday morning after getting drenched in the overnight rain. More than a half-dozen homeless people hung up their wet clothing to dry on a metal rail of the scaffolding that surrounds 1441 Broadway while they huddled underneath some blankets in a series of "rooms" built from cardboard boxes.

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  17. Ann Votaw as Mrs. Claus with Christmas cookies she baked in her apartment.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 24 | New York Post

    Manhattan's Ann Votaw, an actor who portrays Santa's better half, says she can't find work for the holiday season. "I've been looking for gigs since June," Votaw, 44, lamented.

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  18. Bridge view from Dumbo, Yew York CityRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 24 | New York Post

    Photographers flock to cobblestone Washington Street in DUMBO to capture the Empire State Building in the distance, perfectly framed by the steel arch of the Manhattan Bridge. But an analysis by the Municipal Art Society found that two proposed skyscrapers on the Manhattan side of the East River could obliterate the landmark.

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  19. Kaethe Cherney stands while her sister Mary and brother Chris sit on a rock in Central Park in 1968.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 24 | New York Post

    When Kaethe Cherney was 19, her older brother, Chris, told her that their mother had tried to kill her as a baby. "You had a bad attack of croup but she fell asleep [on purpose]," he said.

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  20. Tenants say city's apartment renovation program was all empty promisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 24 | New York Post

    Gabriel Valentin at the 120th Street building that was supposed to become affordable housing for residents who moved out a decade ago. The tenants of a Harlem apartment building were eagerly awaiting the gut renovation of their homes when they moved out 10 years ago.

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