New York Newswire (Page 8)

New York Newswire (Page 8)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for New York, NY. (Page 8)

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  1. NYC officials fire back at Trump administration over "soft on crime" commentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS News

    New York City Police Department officers stand near the site of an explosion in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, New York, U.S. September 18, 2016. NEW YORK -- New York City's mayor and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions are battling over a Department of Justice statement accusing the city of being "soft on crime." 1 comment

  2. Why This Hangover Cure Is a Staple in One Expert's Home BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    In 2015, Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group announced the opening of Porchlight, its first stand-alone bar, with a promise to serve up high-class cocktails and down-to-earth vibes. "We have higher aspirations than just being a neighborhood bar," one executive told the New York Times . "But we have to be as welcoming as a neighborhood bar."

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  3. New Dorp JV baseball team downs McKee/Staten Island Tech, 8-4Read the original story

    Yesterday | SILive.com

    The Cougars' Matt Sarro picked up the win, tossing six innings of three-hit ball, while punching out nine Seagulls without issuing a free pass. ND's Vin Volpe reached base four times and came around to score twice, while Jared Baez laced a pair of hits and drove in two runs.

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  4. Pete Bowles, longtime Newsday reporter, dies at 79Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    ... crime and court stories. He once was sent to Yankee Stadium to cover a 2001 World Series game between his beloved New York Yankees and the Arizona Diamondbacks, but he despaired that he could not cheer for his team from the press section. Bowles' ...

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  5. New Dorp JV baseball squad downs McKee/Staten Island Tech, 8-4Read the original story

    Friday | SILive.com

    Vin Volpe hit an RBI double and scored two runs as New Dorp defeated McKee/Staten Island Tech, 8-4, in a PSAL JV contest Friday.

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  6. Girls' flag football is growing and Staten Island is at the foreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SILive.com

    The former Monsignor Farrell football player and current Lions' varsity defensive backs coach, however, has been doubling as head coach of the New Dorp girls' flag football team for the past four years and can't get over what he's seen. "The girls like the competition, and they like being able to show some they have some of the skills the boys have, without the contact," said Del Priore after his clubbed dropped an 8-0 decision Friday at Tottenville, a matchup featuring two of the best programs in the city.

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  7. RPM Presents Announces NYC Summer Series on 6 Acres of Waterfront Property on Governors IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Billboard

    Carl Cox will take over the urban island for a debut stateside showcase of his Intec label imprint on June 18. The same production company that brought New York City a Tiesto show at the Brooklyn Hangar and DJ Snake 's Pier 94 performance are about to take its relationship with the city to a whole new level. RPM Presents has gotten its happy hands on six acres of unobstructed waterfront property on Governors Island, just 800 yards south of Manhattan, and it plans to use the beautiful scene for a series of events to kick off in June.

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  8. Internal Bleeding Issues Video for 'Final Justice' in Tribute to Fallen Member Bill TolleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Billboard

    William Tolley, a 14-year veteran of the New York City Fire Department, died after falling from a roof while fighting a fire in the Queens borough of New York. Long Island slam death-metal band Internal Bleeding has dedicated its video for the track "Final Justice" that it released Friday to drummer Bill Tolley of Bethpage, New York.

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  9. Broadway Musicians to Spread Happiness at EnoB Benefit ConcertRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Six incredibly gifted actors and actresses -- Adam Roberts , Sophie Kim, Carla R. Stewart , Brandon M. Nase, Nir Chalamish and Mick Bleyer -- will perform at EnoB BENEFIT Concert. Next Friday, April 28th, EnoB BENEFIT Concert will start from 6:00 p.m. at Saint Peter's Church in Manhattan.

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  10. Bloomberg says his public health crusades will land him in heavenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Daily News

    Former mayor Michael Bloomberg has no time for St. Peter.

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  11. Internal Bleeding Released Song 'Final Justice' In Honor...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ultimate-guitar.com

    Bill Tolley, Internal Bleeding drummer and veteran FDNY firefighter passed away on April 20th after falling from a rooftop while being on duty and fire in Queens, New York. Bill Tolley, Internal Bleeding drummer and veteran FDNY firefighter passed away on April 20th after falling from a rooftop while being on duty and fire in Queens, New York.

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  12. Four cuffed in protest for immigrants workers to stay at bakeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Daily News

    Police arrested four activists who cuffed themselves to a Queens bakery truck Friday in support of immigrant workers who lost their jobs there. The two men and two women attached themselves to the undercarriage of the delivery vehicle outside the Tom Cat Bakery on 10th St. near 43rd Ave. in Long Island City at about 4:30 a.m. A Queens nonprofit organization that says it is advocating on behalf of the workers - 14 of whom officially became unemployed Friday - organized the protest.

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  13. Stro Finally Drops His Debut Album "Grade A Frequencies"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | HipHopDx

    ... new album. Grade A Frequencies is his official debut project, and - at 9 songs - is a hearty slice of straight up New York Hip Hop at its finest. Included on the LP is "Aura," which actually dropped last summer. From showing love to some of the ...

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  14. Informant against former NY Senate leader gets jail timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Newsday

    ... John Riley The fraudster-informant who helped Brooklyn federal prosecutors win a 5-year prison sentence for former New York State Senate leader John Sampson was disappointed to learn Friday that he isn't getting off scot-free either. Despite a ...

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  15. Best of Brooklyn: Gravesend students help sick childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News12.com

    Students at one school in Gravesend have teamed up with a nonprofit organization to help bring hope to children who are sick. Twenty-six students with disabilities at P.S. 721 are working with the nonprofit organization Project Sunshine to make craft kits in their classrooms for pediatric patients.

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  16. Bike-Share as a Speculative VentureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | StreetsBlog.org

    ... sessions with the new wave of bike-share companies but has no plans to enter into agreements with them. If New York shuts out these companies, however, it might be passing up an opportunity to expand access to bike-share in a relatively short amount ...

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  17. Jersey City's first Journal Squared tower offers a peek at its luxury rentalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Curbed

    The fact that there are a boatload of new rentals coming onto the market in Jersey City hasn't necessarily dulled the shine of Journal Squared, one of the city's biggest new residential projects. It'll have three skyscrapers, with about 1,800 apartments between them, when it's completed, The first of those towers began leasing in March , and has already rented out 150 of its 538 apartments-not too shabby for just six weeks on the market, give or take.

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  18. New York subway extension to N.J. may not be dead after allRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NJ.com

    A 7 line subway entering the Vernon-Jackson station in Queens. New York City's transportation commissioner has given new life to discussions about extending this subway to Secaucus.

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  19. the Girls of Summer to Highlights Females in BaseballRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BroadwayWorld.com

    From the writer and director Kings Of Harlem and the long-running Off-Broadway hit Black Angels Over Tuskegee, playwright Layon Gray continues to expand African-American theatre with his latest work The Girls Of Summer, winner of the NAACP award for Best Play. " Set in 1945, Chicago, the coach of an all black female baseball team prepares them for an exhibition game against the Rockford Peaches, an all-white female team and champions of the AAGPBL Racism and deceit are brought to light as this powerful drama unveils the truth beneath the surface."

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  20. Real estate magnate Ratner reachs divorce deal with wife LipkinRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Daily News

    "I congratulate the parties on working this out," Justice Michael Katz said after the sparring spouses waived their right to a trial and resolved all remaining issues. "We're thrilled it's over," Ratner's lawyer Bob Cohen said as the power couple left Manhattan Supreme Court.

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