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  1. Sean Young under investigation in alleged laptops theftRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Newsday

    Actress Sean Young was under investigation Monday in New York after the alleged theft of two laptops belonging to a production company that fired her from a new film she was directing. A New York Police Department spokeswoman said no charges have been filed against the 58-year-old star of the 1980s film "Blade Runner."

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  2. NYC Ferry deckhands make sure sailing stays smoothRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Newsday

    Deckhand Matthew Kleinman describes his NYC Ferry duties to amNY reporter Abigail Weinberg while traversing the South Brooklyn route earlier this month. Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner The water glimmers under the noonday sun as the Sunset Crossing - an NYC Ferry vessel - glides toward Sunset Park.

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  3. Harlem Week festivals, activities and deals you shouldn't miss out onRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Newsday

    While the now monthlong Harlem Week is halfway over, there's still a lot of fun coming up you won't want to skip if you have FOMO . From discounts at restaurants to dance parties, international shopping and an outdoor movie screening, Harlem has your next two weeks covered.

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  4. Japanese calligrapher Miki Nakashima's work on display at Queens libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Newsday

    Artist Miki Nakashima describes her colorful work, which will be open to the public through Aug. 30, as "visible heartbeats." The Queens Library is hosting a two-week exhibition of artist Miki Nakashima's work -- a modern take on traditional Japanese calligraphy.

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  5. August is the time to make the family tomato sauceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Newsday

    Christine McKnight of East Northport and cousin Ray Torre of Massapequa prepare tomato sauce for canning in his backyard in August 2015. Photo Credit: Geri Brakatselos It comes from cousin Ray Torre to tell me that the "tamadas" are ripe.

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  6. Teen shooting into Queens crowd charged with attempted murder, NYPD saysRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 11 | Newsday

    Officers shot the 15-year-old boy Friday night after he allegedly refused to drop a gun he had been firing into a dispersing crowd in Far Rockaway, the NYPD said. An attempted murder charge was filed Saturday against a 15-year-old boy whom cops shot Friday in Far Rockaway, Queens - allegedly after he refused to drop a gun he had been firing into a dispersing crowd, the NYPD said.

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  7. Love Story: Camille and Ben Morselli, of Islip TerraceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Newsday

    Our romance started when I was a senior at Copiague High School in 1960. I was walking to school one day, when a car pulled up.

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  8. Officials: Father of dead baby found in East River ordered held without bailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Newsday

    In an email, James Currie, 37, of the Bronx, allegedly told the boy's mother, "you will never see [Mason] again." James Currie, who is accused of dumping the body of his infant son into the East River, appears in Manhattan criminal court during his arraignment Friday.

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  9. L train shutdown: A Manhattan vs. Brooklyn breakdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Newsday

    Just kidding. Whether you live in Manhattan or Brooklyn, there's no winning when the 15-month L train shutdown begins in April.

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  10. Man sentenced to prison in Nassau and Queens armed robberies, officials sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Newsday

    A Far Rockaway man, who admitted to robbing three banks in Nassau County, was sentenced Friday to almost 13 years in prison, according to federal officials. Pedro Benitez, 21, was also sentenced to 3 years supervised release and was ordered to pay $71,395 in restitution by U.S. District Judge Joanna Seybert in Central Islip.

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  11. Father of dead baby found in East River in custody, NYPD saysRead the original story

    Friday Aug 10 | Newsday

    The Bronx man wanted in connection with the discovery of his infant son's body in the East River has returned from Thailand to face charges in the case, New York City Police officials said. James Currie, 37, was formally arrested early Friday and faces charges of concealment of a human corpse after the body of Mason Saldana was discovered floating near the Brooklyn Bridge on Sunday.

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  12. LI Con Ed manager stole $4M in customer payments, officials sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 9 | Newsday

    John Farchione, of Seaford, ran the scheme from 2005 to 2016, keeping clients money and altering company computers to hide the theft, prosecutors say. A Seaford man who worked as a manager for Con Ed pleaded guilty on Monday to federal charges he stolen nearly $4 million in customer payments to the utility, officials announced.

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  13. Where to relax in New York City: Spas, meditation classes, nap lounges and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 9 | Newsday

    It's nearing the end of summer - your hair is fried from the sun and the chlorine, you're at your wit's end from work and you just need some down time. We get it.

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  14. 'D.S. DestiNY' at the Cunard Building promises to transport you to a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 9 | Newsday

    Scan your boarding pass and be swept away across New York City in "D.S. DestiNY," an immersive, 360-degree multimedia experience coming to the landmarked Cunard Building at the end of August. After you check in inside the ornate waiting room of the century-old former steamship ticketing building, which sits in lower Manhattan, you'll be whisked off on an "ocean liner" that will take you through a fantastical virtual journey around the city by using 3D motion graphics, 360-degree video mapping and other visual effects that are projected against the building's architecture.

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  15. Corruption witness tells of perks, favors from police, politicians at Seabrook retrialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Newsday

    Star government corruption witness Jona Rechnitz testified Wednesday at the bribery retrial of former city jail-union boss Norman Seabrook that Floral Park's police commissioner supplied undeserved chaplain's credentials so Rechnitz could have a parking placard in New York City. Rechnitz, detailing the perks and favors he and partner Jeremy Reichberg got from their web of police and political contacts, said he only set foot in Floral Park once in his life, but Police Commissioner Stephen McAllister helped because of his relationship with Reichberg.

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  16. Uber, Lyft licenses capped as City Council reins in for-hire vehicle industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Newsday

    The City Council legislation places a 12-month pause on new licenses for the for-hire industry, in a bid to raise wages and reduce congestion. Ride-hail companies such as Uber and Lyft have argued that the cap on new licenses will make wait times longer and disadvantage outer-borough residents.

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  17. NYC ponders precedent with 1-year cap on new ride-hail carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | Newsday

    In this Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018 photo, yellow taxi medallion owner Lal Singh shows a license, meter device and the medallion tag required to operate his cab in New York. New York City's yellow cab drivers, thrown into financial upheaval in recent years by the arrival of a veritable army of black cars picking up passengers through ride-hail apps, could be getting a lifeline from elected officials voting on legislation Wednesday, Aug. 8, that would pump the brakes on Uber, Lyft and others.

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  18. Pressing the issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Newsday

    The hammer dropped on Rep. Chris Collins, who was charged Wednesday with insider trading for tipping family members off about a pharmaceutical stock that would soon tank because of failed clinical tests on a key drug. Like other indicted politicians before him, the Republican from the Buffalo area is free to continue his re-election campaign and plead his case before the voters.

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  19. At Brooklyn nail salon protest, NYPD detective gets hit with beer bottle, cops sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Newsday

    An NYPD detective was hit in the head with a beer bottle Monday during a protest outside a Brooklyn nail salon, where a brawl between workers and customers took place over the weekend, police said. The detective was standing at the corner of Martense Street and Nostrand Avenue in East Flatbush at about 2:30 p.m. when a bottle was thrown by someone in a group of about 50 people in front of 888 Happy Red Apple Nails, according to police.

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  20. Long Island hires and promotions: Dr. Ilan J. Safir, Advanced Urology Centers of New YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | Newsday

    Dr. Ilan J. Safir of Great Neck has joined Advanced Urology Centers of New York in Manhasset. Photo Credit: AUCNY / Fain Zimmerman Dr. Ilan J. Safir of Great Neck has joined Advanced Urology Centers of New York in Manhasset as a urologist.

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