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  1. Father of victim in 'jeweler to the stars' case breaks down at trialRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New York Post

    The broken father of a young man barbarically murdered in a posh Manhattan pad after a night of partying wept uncontrollably Thursday as he relived for jurors the day his son vanished. Pat Comunale, 57, broke into sobs the moment he took the stand as the first witness at James Rackover's trial.

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  2. These hidden NYC homes are right up our alleyRead the original story

    Wednesday | New York Post

    New York has no shortage of sought-after streets - Park Avenue, Broadway and Wall Street, to name a few - but we would argue that the real gems are the mews and alleys that sit just out of sight amid these famous thoroughfares. Often tucked between busy avenues or off quiet residential blocks, these street-grid irregularities serve as little surprises for passersby.

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  3. Watch a Brooklyn liberal try to survive in conservative KansasRead the original story

    Wednesday | New York Post

    The new four-part Bravo docuseries " Welcome to Waverly " sends seven diverse young professionals, each from a different large city, to Waverly, Kan., population 563. Drama ensues as Bravo's outsiders go to church, experience a Civil War re-enactment and are paired up with a local in their respective fields.

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  4. Brian Cashman gives Aaron Boone 'A's across the board'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    A postseason that ended with Aaron Boone roundly criticized for the way he handled the Yankees' final two games of the playoffs has done nothing to diminish GM Brian Cashman's view of the manager he hired to replace Joe Girardi. "I thought he did a great job,'' Cashman said of the rookie manager in an appearance Wednesday with Mike Francesa on WFAN .

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  5. De Blasio's terrible - and costly - 'democracy' gaffeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    April Fool's Day is usually the first day of April, but it came again this year when Mayor Bill de Blasio welcomed the month of October by creating a new position he grandly calls "chief democracy officer" to New York City's already bloated ranks of municipal employees. Only in de Blasio's New York would a mayor create a new position - one with a huge salary, no less - that only serves to confuse voters.

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  6. CC Sabathia's idea for Yankees adding 'top-of-the-rotation guy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    CC Sabathia has 246 regular-season wins and another 10 in October. His 2,986 strikeouts are 17th on the all-time list.

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  7. Audit shows the MTA has let its signal system rotRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Post

    The MTA has failed to inspect, maintain and test its rotting subway signal system - a main cause of train delays - in a timely fashion, perpetuating issues on the beleaguered system, according to a new audit. The audit, released Wednesday by New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, found between Jan. 1, 2015 and Oct. 31, 2017 signal devices sampled at four sections of the subway tracks were not properly maintained.

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  8. Designer Isabel Marant will open first showroom in ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | New York Post

    A French fashion designer known for her bohemian aesthetic, Isabel Marant, will open her first Manhattan showroom in a space resembling a retail store in the Chelsea Arts Building at 210 Eleventh Ave. The 4,070-square-foot showroom on the 25th Street side of the building has large windows and polished concrete floors. Its private entrance will make it easier for such celebs as Kate Moss, Sienna Miller and Kate Bosworth to dash in for a special item.

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  9. Uber driver groped sleeping rider, charged her $1K for fake ride: fedsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | New York Post

    An Uber driver kidnapped and groped a sleeping passenger in the back of his cab before kicking her to the curb on a highway in Connecticut - and charging her more than $1,000 for a trip to Massachusetts she never took, the feds charged Tuesday. The unnamed woman ordered up a ride home from the Big Apple to White Plains around 11:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 and was picked up by Harbir Parmar, 24, of Howard Beach, Queens, according to federal court papers filed in White Plains.

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  10. Ron Duguay: Getting dumped by MSG has been 'difficult'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | New York Post

    The former Rangers center says he was left in the dark over MSG's reasoning not to bring him back as a TV analyst, and wants fans to know it was the network's decision to end the relationship after 12 years. "It's been difficult for me as I walk through MSG or on the streets of NYC because while I was there for opening night for the whole week participating in events surrounding the start of the season, I'm having to answer to so many people as to why I am not coming back," Duguay told The Post.

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  11. Marilyn Monroe's Jewish prayer book up for auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | New York Post

    Bidders may not have a prayer of snagging Marilyn Monroe's 1956 Ford Thunderbird in an LA auction next month - but they might be able to own her siddur on Long Island. The cream-colored Jewish prayer book from 1922 - whose starting bid is $4,600 - is being sold at an auction by J. Greenstein & Co.

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  12. Lois WeissThe South Bronx is in the midst of a development boomRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | New York Post

    The swath of change runs along the Harlem River, starting with a cluster of new projects around the Third Avenue Bridge in Mott Haven. Dotting the bottom of the borough - along the narrow Bronx Kill channel between The Bronx and Randall's Island and running east into the Port Morris area - are notable conversions.

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  13. NYC goes entire weekend without a shooting for first time in decadesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | New York Post

    New York may be the city that never sleeps - but for once, it's not the sound of people getting shot that's keeping Big Apple residents awake. Not a single person was reported shot for all of Friday, Saturday and Sunday - marking the first city weekend free of shootings in at least a quarter-century, officials said Monday.

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  14. Fordham students fight back against Christian group's petition to cancel drag showRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | New York Post

    Fordham University students have hit back at a Christian group that demanded the cancellation of a drag show at the Catholic school this Friday. The Bronx Jesuit school's offices received angry calls and emails last week after an evangelical organization, the Tradition Family Property Student Group, posted a petition ripping the event at a school auditorium.

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  15. Lois WeissStores vie for spots on Brooklyn's hottest streetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | New York Post

    With Whole Foods and Apple anchoring Williamsburg's Bedford Avenue, smaller, quirkier and more experimental shops have shifted toward North Sixth Street. The roughly east-west drag, which bisects Kent Avenue and the area's East River ferry stop, has become a favorite for brands making inroads in Brooklyn.

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  16. Lois WeissNew projects are offering free rent to court tenantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | New York Post

    Near the High Line, Vornado is adding a modern addition to the industrial 260 11th Ave. to make new offices. As terrace-bedecked office towers with all the amenities spring up around Manhattan to attract millennial workaholics, building owners compete by offering free rent and work allowances to those who sign long-term leases.

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  17. DOT boss treated his employee of Taino Indian heritage like a slave: lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | New York Post

    A city transportation boss acted like a slavemaster to a Taino Indian underling - even hanging a pair of shackles in the man's office to make sure he knew his role, a new lawsuit alleges. "I was hurt by it - it was a horrible, horrible feeling," Michael Casiano told The Post.

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  18. Why Yankees' offensive style won't get offseason overhaulRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | New York Post

    The Yankees thought they had a fearsome three-headed monster from the right side of the plate when they acquired Giancarlo Stanton from Miami last December. And while Judge again proved himself to be one of the game's best hitters this season, both Stanton and Sanchez dealt with extended droughts at the plate, but Aaron Boone and general manager Brian Cashman expressed faith in both sluggers during their season-ending press conference.

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  19. Brutal bias attack in middle of Brooklyn street caught on videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | New York Post

    I'm horrified by this unprovoked vicious assault on an elderly member of our community. Justice needs to be served swiftly and fully.

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  20. Woman let bandits into home so they could rob her husband: copsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | New York Post

    A Brooklyn man's estranged wife set him up to be robbed by three masked thieves in a violent home-invasion robbery, police and sources said. The 41-year-old man was in his apartment on Livonia Avenue near Mother Gaston Boulevard in Brownsville at about 2:40 p.m. on Saturday when his wife stopped by to pick up a bag of her clothes, cops said.

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