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  1. Shake Shack Is the Future of Fast Food BreakfastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Eater

    Sometime near the end of 2020, legions of commuters, minutemen, and tourists will have the luxury of catching trains out of New York's next great public space: Moynihan Station , currently under construction in an airy Beaux-Arts post office on Ninth Avenue. Until then, alas, riders will have to make do with the minimum security prison that is Penn Station , a windowless, police-filled holding pen where I recently watched a dapper gent sleep standing up while using an Xcelerator hand dryer.

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  2. REBUTTAL: Srebrnik's argument does nothing to promote understandingRead the original story

    Wednesday | Journal-Pioneer

    Henry Srebrnik's recent commentary on Arab immigrants and the threat they allegedly pose to western civilization is old news . His purportedly "scholarly" article is cause for considerable concern.

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  3. Five New York City Babies Have Zika-Related Birth Defects, Including...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New York Magazine

    Five babies in New York City have Zika-related brain defects, reports the New York Times. In July, an infected mother gave birth to city's first newborn with microcephaly, a condition that shrinks the heads and brains of babies; four more infants with Zika-related development disorders have been born since.

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  4. Menchaca marches to Trump TowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Brooklyn Daily Eagle

    Hours after the City Council passed a resolution re-affirming New York as a sanctuary city for immigrants, Councilmember Carlos Menchaca led a march to Trump Tower on Tuesday serve public notice to President-elect Donald Trump that city officials will stand up for the rights of immigrants. Menchaca, who was joined by immigration advocates, took the newly-passed Sanctuary City Resolution to Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in Manhattan on Tuesday.

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  5. 'Broken windows' policing could hand city's immigrants over to Trump, lawyers sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Crain's New York Business

    A coalition of attorneys sent a letter to City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito asking for enforcement of quality-of-life crimes be eased. Arrests open the door to deportation, and the city must cut back on them to protect immigrants from President-elect Donald Trump's promised sweeps, defense lawyers argue in a letter to City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito.

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  6. Cigar Bar: Merchants Ny Closing For RenovationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cigar Aficionado

    Merchants NY, one of New York City's few remaining true cigar bars, is closing its doors-but it may not be for good. The smoky locale, which has operated on Manhattan's east side for nearly 20 years, will shut down on December 20 for a planned renovation.

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  7. Taxi Tablets With Mobile Apps to Launch in New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Advertising Age

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  8. Opponents of NY nuclear subsidies crash Cuomo fund-raising partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Post-Standard

    Protesters against nuclear subsidies parked this truck outside Gov. Andrew Cuomo's fund-raiser Tuesday at the Longacre Theatre in Manhattan. New York regulators are planning to have utilities start charging ratepayers in April for subsidies to keep Upstate nuclear plants running, but opponents continue efforts to block what they call a nuclear "tax.'

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  9. Michael Barone: The Left CoastRead the original story

    Wednesday | Northern Virginia Daily

    They're still counting the votes, going on four weeks after the election, in California. In Brazil, a nation with much more challenging geography, they manage to do it in five hours.

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  10. Documentary filmmakers fear more legal challenges in Trump eraRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Columbia Journalism Review

    A few days after Donald Trump was elected president, a respected documentary film director met with a roomful of potential backers and distributors in New York City. The director was making a film about questionable contributions to Republican political campaigns, a hot topic given the election.

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  11. Provocative Ad Featuring Statue of Liberty Giving Nazi Salute Touches a NerveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Forward

    A new advertisement in New York City for the second season of the Amazon TV series "The Man in the High Castle" shows the Statue of Liberty giving a Nazi salute. An ad campaign last year for the Amazon Studios show's first season offended many Jews and non-Jews, and the new Times Square billboard in the heart of Manhattan is doing the same, Gothamist first reported Monday.

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  12. New Yorkers Might Have to Pick Up Most of Trump Tower Security TabA...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New York Magazine

    President-elect Donald J. Trump won 18.4 percent of the vote in New York City, but its residents might have to pick up about 80 percent of his Trump Tower security tab. Congressional leaders proposed reimbursing the city $7 million to protect PEOTUS headquarters - a figure that's well below the $35 million Mayor Bill de Blasio requested for Trump Tower security from Election Day until the inauguration, on January 20. The city estimates the price of this operation to be shy of $500,000 dollars per day .

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  13. City's new gas safety rules to prevent tragedies like East Village explosionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Curbed

    Mayor Bill de Blasio has finally taken action to help ensure that deadly incidents like the 2015 East Village gas explosion that leveled three buildings aren't repeated throughout the city. On Tuesday, the mayor signed a series of new gas safety legislations into law.

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  14. New York City must protect Donald Trump, no matter the costRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New York Daily News

    These NYPD cops cost good money, a cost borne by New York City taxpayers - and that's fine with our columnist. We get it, Mr. Mayor, you don't like having to pay to keep Republican president-elect Donald Trump alive.

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  15. Pudsey's A 63k for the HingeRead the original story

    Wednesday | Bridlington Free Press

    The Hinge Centre has been awarded more than 63,000 from the BBC Children in Need appeal, which will help to extend its services for the next three years. Thanks to the grant, youngsters from the Havenfield estate in Bridlington will be able to enjoy after-school sessions and trips to inspire them.

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  16. US: New York City has five babies born with Zika-related brain issueRead the original story

    Wednesday | Crofs Blogs

    At least four babies have been born in New York City with Zika-related brain developmental symptoms since July, the city's health department said on Wednesday, bringing the total number of such births to five. The numbers were announced in an alert the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene sent to doctors, urging them to remain vigilant and to continue to warn pregnant women and sexually active women of reproductive age not using a reliable form of birth control against traveling to places where the virus is spreading.

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  17. A.G. Schneiderman: Unprecedented Number of Voter Complaints During...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | LongIsland.com

    Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced the results of his office's statewide inquiry into widespread voter complaints received before, during, and after the April 2016 presidential primary. The inquiry found New York's current election system erects significant barriers to voter access in at least two major ways: first, the state's rules, laws, procedures, and practices governing voter registration prevented many New Yorkers from participating in the primary; second, some of the rules, laws, procedures, and practices governing voting itself restricted voter access to the ballot.

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  18. Joy reaches for the skies at age of 83Read the original story

    Wednesday | Bridlington Free Press

    Joy Fleetham, who is 83, belives she is the oldest competitive fencer in Yorkshire, but she is not content with that. The flying lesson was not her best experience in a plane though, as she was a passenger on Concorde in her younger years.

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  19. The Maxamoo Podcast Looks Back at the Best & Worst of 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BroadwayWorld.com

    It's Maxamoo's annual year-end extravaganza when all of their most frequent contributors gather on a single episode to discuss the year in review of the theater in New York City. This is the first half of their two-part year-end podcast.

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  20. The 25 worst movies of 2016, according to criticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Silicon Alley Insider

    As Hollywood is in the midst of another award season - when studios and publicists are hard at work touting the best movies of the year - deep in the bowls of review aggregator Metacritic , you can find something different: the movies with the dishonor of getting the worst reviews of the year. From blockbuster duds like "Independence Day: Resurgence" and "Warcraft" to indie misses like "Man Down" and "The Sea of Trees," plus the epically bad A-list romantic comedy "Mother's Day," there are some movies this year that the critics really, really didn't like.

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