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As in all things, Sex and the City shares some of the blame.
As Brooklynites pair emotions best with craft beer, whiskey shots and public urination, fans need to find a few bars around Barclays for some celebratory pre-and-post-game boozing.
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, who was the publisher and chairman of the New York Times for three decades, died at his home in Southampton, N.Y. this morning.
Today the Times checked in on the dog crap problem that is apparently plaguing Harlem. In the process, the paper of record also bends over backwards to avoid writing a certain word.
Ryan Muir's Flickr Williamsburg's condo boom went bust during the Great
The 144,160 parking placards registered in the city inventory have been reduced
Turns out the number parking placards sloshing around New York is over
The scandal around the memoir-turned- fake-recalled- from-bookstores memoir Love and Consequences continues
For all the noise of this Yankees offseason, as far as the
Brooklyn Heights residents may have thought their neighborhood had earned a respite
It all started with a NY Times reporter-blogger's ride on the
Photos: AP/David Guttenfelder The New York Philharmonic Orchestra’s historic concert in North
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