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  1. Founder of Proud Boys Says He's Arranging Surrender of 8 in BrawlRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New York Times

    The founder of the far-right group the Proud Boys said on Friday that he was arranging the surrender of eight members whom the police are seeking in connection with a brawl outside a Republican club in Manhattan last weekend. At the same time, a senior official said the police have opened a broad criminal inquiry into the group's activities.

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  2. Cy Adler, Pied Piper of Manhattan's Piers, Is Dead at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New York Times

    Walt Whitman hailed "Mannahatta" as "the place encircled by many swift tides and sparkling waters," and Herman Melville wrote that even when New York City was belted by working wharves, deskbound crowds gravitated to "the extremest limit of the land" in order to "get just as nigh the water as they possibly can without falling in." About a century later, Cy Adler started his Great Saunter , an annual signature walk to promote his vision of a shoreline green ribbon encircling Manhattan, and to remind its residents that they inhabit an island.

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  3. Winter Jazzfest Plans Expanded Bill and Focus on Gender Equity for 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New York Times

    The NYC Winter Jazzfest, the city's leading showcase of cutting-edge improvised music, is expanding its itinerary and issuing a new commitment to gender equity. The festival will take place Jan. 4-12, making this the lengthiest edition in its 15-year history.

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  4. There Goes the SunRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New York Times

    In the matter of the ideal New York City apartment, many seekers are hot for the sun. Alas, the sun is not always hot for them.

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  5. Liberal Upper West Siders Get Their Revenge: Trump Place Sign Is Coming DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | The New York Times

    Few places in the United States are more staunchly liberal than the Upper West Side of Manhattan. And so few things are more galling to many residents of a residential complex there than the big letters that greet them at their building: T-R-U-M-P P-L-A-C-E.

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  6. New York Today: New York Today: The Proud Boys and PoliticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 17 | The New York Times

    The Proud Boys, a far-right group, and anti-fascist demonstrators, known as antifa, brawled outside the Metropolitan Republican Club on the Upper East Side on Friday. Democrats and Republicans have in some cases been citing the violent clashes, like the ones in New York and in Portland, Ore. 3 comments

  7. Police Seek 9 Proud Boys Supporters on Riot Charges After Brawls With AntifaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | The New York Times

    Police commanders moved on Monday to quell a controversy over the department's handling of brawls outside a Republican club in Manhattan, saying they were seeking nine people affiliated with the Proud Boys , a far-right group, and three additional anti-fascist protesters on riot and attempted assault charges. The police on Friday arrested three protesters after an appearance by Gavin McInnes , the founder of the Proud Boys , prompting an outcry that none of his supporters had been charged for the videotaped violence.

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  8. Proud Boys Founder: How He Went From Brooklyn Hipster to Far-Right ProvocateurRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | The New York Times

    For an hour or so, he railed about socialism and political correctness to an audience of New York establishment Republicans. As he often does, he took ugly swipes at Ivy Leaguers, left-wing snobs and lesbians with "geriatric crew cuts." 1 comment

  9. Alessandro Michele, Fashion's Modern MastermindRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | The New York Times

    ON A BRIGHT May day, Alessandro Michele and I stand side by side at the same picture window gazing at the same patch of Lower Manhattan, but we don't have the same view. Where I see a riot of buildings born of utility and bereft of any unifying aesthetic, he sees a story, a timeline, a testament.

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  10. Marie Runyon, a Liberal Firebrand Into Her 90s, Dies at 103Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | The New York Times

    Marie Runyon, a relentless liberal firebrand on many fronts who waged a Forty Years' War on behalf of fellow tenants facing eviction by Columbia University, died on Sunday in the off-campus Upper Manhattan apartment where she had lived since 1954. She was 103.

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  11. Carol Hall, 'Best Little Whorehouse' Composer, Is Dead at 82Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | The New York Times

    Carol Hall, who helped turn an unlikely inspiration into one of the biggest Broadway hits of the 1970s when she wrote the music and lyrics for "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas," died on Thursday at her home in Manhattan. She was 82. Ms.

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  12. Recent Commercial Real Estate TransactionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | The New York Times

    This six-story 1924 building, with three elevators and a laundry room, has 86 rent-stabilized apartments: 36 one-bedrooms, 17 two-bedrooms and 33 three-bedrooms. The 115,374-square-foot building sits on an irregular lot running 222 feet along the entire block of Caton Avenue between Ocean Avenue and East 21st Street.

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  13. Alfred Hubay, Met Opera's Box Office Prognosticator, Dies at 93Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | The New York Times

    Alfred Hubay, who rose from usher to house and box office manager at the Metropolitan Opera and along the way developed an ability to predict with uncanny accuracy what ticket sales would be for individual shows and entire seasons, died on Oct. 3 in Manhattan. He was 93. The opera company announced his death, at New York University Langone Medical Center.

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  14. This Week's Wedding AnnouncementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | The New York Times

    Ms. Reif and Mr. Ehrlich met in 1998 when each had a child enrolled in nursery school at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan. Through the years, their paths crossed at work-related and charitable events, and Mr. Ehrlich admitted to having "a secret little crush on her."

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  15. Joanna Newman, Scott SchneiderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | The New York Times

    Joanna Haley Newman and Scott Michael Schneider were married Oct. 13 at Tribeca Rooftop in Manhattan. Rabbi Gary Katz officiated.

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  16. The Week in Arts: James Brown Tribute, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Berlioz at CarnegieRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | The New York Times

    "We'd rather die on our feet than keep living on our knees," James Brown said over the intoxicating funk groove of his 1968 single "Say It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud." It was a sentiment that could hardly have felt more timely.

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  17. On the Market: Homes for Sale in Brooklyn and ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 11 | The New York Times

    In Chelsea, a duplex one-bedroom, one-bath apartment with a private entrance and a wood-burning fireplace in a prewar brownstone. In Greenwich Village, a one-bedroom, one-bath apartment with 13-foot ceilings, striking metal-framed windows and a thoughtful renovation near the top of a 13-story doorman building.

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  18. New York Today: New York Today: Fall Culture PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | The New York Times

    We asked our culture critics and writers at The Times for their best picks this season and here's what they said: Ben Brantley , The Times's co-chief theater critic, recommended two shows coming from London. "' The Ferryman ' is a sprawling, energy-packed cornucopia of a drama," he told us, "set in a rural Irish homestead haunted by ghosts of crimes past during the Troubles ."

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  19. Lenny Bruce Is Still Talking Dirty and Influencing PeopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | The New York Times

    Ronnie Marmo didn't set out to make a political play when he wrote and starred in "I'm Not a Comedian a I'm Lenny Bruce." Instead, the actor wanted to depict the complicated style of the counterculture comedian and satirist, who died over 50 years ago.

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  20. She's 17, Sardonic and Ready to Sing in 'Beetlejuice'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | The New York Times

    Like it or not, Sophia Anne Caruso has a type. "Dead girls. Sad girls. Raped girls," she said mordantly.

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