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  1. a Q&a with comedian Lindsay BolingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | LEO Weekly

    Lindsay Boling is coming home. The Louisville native, born and raised among our rolling streets is returning to the scene of the crime.

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  2. BWW Interview: Ben Perry, Dana Ivgy, and Efrat Aviv Talk Tziporela and Odd BirdzRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Hilarious and critically lauded Israeli sketch comedy troupe Tziporela is starting their last two weeks of ODD BIRDZ in New York City today at The Players Theatre . Back by popular demand, they have been tickling the ribs of New Yorkers since July 16. However, the troupe has had Israel laughing for the last 10 years.

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  3. NY Senate majority leader to speak in White PlainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Albany Times Union

    Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, R-Suffolk County, will speak as part of The Business Council of Westchester's Political Leadership Speakers Series on Sept. 25, according to a news release.

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  4. ExtrasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Albany Times Union

    Assemblyman Dov Hikind compared Jewish leaders remaining on the sidelines or supporting the administration on the Iran nuclear deal to leaders who were silent when 6 millions Jews were murdered during the Holocaust. LG Kathy Hochul ate a sausage sandwich at the New York State Fair with a teacher activist, who showed up hoping to protest the governor.

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  5. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew Loved HamiltonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | New York Magazine

    Treasury Secretary Jack Lew has a lot on his plate this summer: dealing with the Iran sanctions, the Greek turmoil, the queasy markets, the Puerto Rico debt crisis, the budget, and the impending need to lift the debt ceiling, among other issues. But the former New Yorker still managed to carve out a little time yesterday evening to see Hamilton , the hit musical about the debonair founding father and first man to hold Lew's job.

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  6. Hawley: NYC should not run our state - put two New Yorks on the ballotRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Batavian

    Assemblyman Steve Hawley today criticized the Legislature for focusing its efforts on aid to New York City and disregarding the needs of Upstate New York. Throughout his time in the Assembly, Hawley has been an outspoken proponent of "Two New Yorks" legislation, which would allow for a ballot referendum on the question, "Do you support the division of New York into two separate states?" "The longer I serve the people of Western New York, the more apparent the growing divide between upstate and downstate becomes," Hawley said.

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  7. These numbers tell a tale of a healthy economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Crain's New York Business

    With two-thirds of the year in the books, the New York City economy can be boiled down to this: The continuing expansion can now be called a boom, and the city' most pressing problems are, in part, a consequence of that. Job numbers, always the best measure of the economy, tell the tale.

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  8. Tampering with a red-light camera? Perhaps best to keep it off YouTube: New York TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | NOLA.com

    Redflex Traffic Systems' stop-light cameras, such as this one at Clearview Parkway and West Metairie Avenue in Metairie as photographed in 2013, were unplugged after a vote by the Parish Council in 2010. A New York man found a way to render red-light cameras powerless -- and put it on YouTube to show others.

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  9. Tech Flexes Its Political MuscleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Huffington Post

    For more than a decade, I have experienced the very "First World" problem of not being able to find a yellow cab at 8 a.m. on the upper West Side of Manhattan or at 4 p.m. in midtown. In the morning, all the yellow cabs passed me by as I fretted over how I was going to make it on time to my 8:30 a.m. breakfast meeting because they were occupied by well-heeled New Yorkers.

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  10. Health Republic Tops Insurances Companies Chosen By WestchesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Mamaroneck Daily Voice

    In its first two years, the Affordable Care Act has helped enroll nearly half a million New Yorkers in private health insurance plans, according to a story on capitalnewyork.com. In New York, the new consumers, most of whom have help from federal subsidies to pay their premiums, have been a boon to insurers, which have seen their revenues grow and their stock prices soar, the story said.

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  11. Assembly helps assist funding for Kenmore Mercy Hospital improvementsRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Grand Island Pennysaver

    Registered nurse Christine Logan demonstrates the benefits of the Kenmore Mercy Hospital's new bariatric bed for Assemblyman Robin Schimminger. Thanks to $50,000 in local initiative funding from Assemblyman Robin Schimminger, Kenmore Mercy Hospital recently added a specially equipped bariatric room on its 2 West Patient Care Unit to accommodate inpatients weighing 300 pounds or more.

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  12. 10 Rules of Writing a NovelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Writer's Digest

    As you may have read while surreptitiously checking your tweet stream at a client meeting last week, a former advertising copywriter is among five Americans who made it onto the long list for a big, boffo literary prize, the Man Booker [1] [2] . Joshua Ferris is listed for his latest novel which is about a New York dentist, but what launched him out of a copywriter's cubicle was his first novel published in 2007, a satire of the American workplace set in an ad agency andA written in first-person plural, a form until then employed almost exclusively by corporate spokesheads.

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  13. Paterson gets $5,000 recreation donation from opening act in Fetty Wap concertRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

    One of the performers in Thursday's free concert featuring Paterson's hometown rap sensation Fetty Wap has donated $5,000 to the city's recreation program, according to the program. The performer is diminutive 13-year-old New Yorker Liam Lis, whose website says he has been working on a new song with Wap.

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  14. Anna Ziegler's a Delicate Ship Opens Tonight at The Playwrights RealmRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Playwrights Realm presents the New York Premiere of A Delicate Ship by Anna Ziegler , directed by Margot B ordelon. The production runs now through September 12, 2015, officially opening tonight, August 27, 2015, at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater .

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  15. Destroyer's 'Times Square' Video Is Full of Woodland Claymation MonstersRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 27 | Spin

    Times Square, the subject of Destroyer's forthcoming Poison Season cut "Times Square," is just the worst. Dan Bejar's actual song is beautiful and elegant, but the actual place is hell on Earth.

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  16. 5 Digital Mapping Projects That Visualize HistoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | PC Magazine

    Forget cartography: Maps also serve humanistic inquiry. When I can't coax students to participate, I'll pull up a map and marvel at their volubility.

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  17. How to Solve NYC's Rude-Cyclist ProblemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | New York Magazine

    When citizens of the internet get annoyed by boorish plutocrats, sexually rapacious entertainers, or lion-hunting dentists, they respond with a blowtorch of outrage. Out in the streets of an actual city, we have fewer weapons: just a hollered insult, or a rude gesture, maybe, unless an altercation turns appallingly violent.

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  18. DStv highights - August 27, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Iol.co.za

    New York is filled with careerwomen looking to find success. This series follows the lives of some of these career-focused New Yorkers.

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  19. Why VMAs get so wildRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Fox News

    In this Sept. 13, 2009 file photo, singer Kanye West takes the microphone from singer Taylor Swift as she accepts the "Best Female Video" award during the MTV Video Music Awards in New York.

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  20. Ron Sherman: Yellow cabs vs. Uber: Tale of the tax tapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | New York Daily News

    It's easy to take yellow cabs for granted. Taxis are ubiquitous in the city, moving 500,000 New Yorkers, tourists and business travelers daily.

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