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  • New York Skyline
    Ten Free Things to Do in New York this Summer
    New York City can be more than a little on the expensive side. But believe it or not, there are plenty of ways to enjoy all that New York has to offer this summer without breaking the bank. They do say the best things in life are free. Not only...
  • Investment banker jumps to his death
    Investment banker jumps to his death: Banker jumped from luxury NYC high-rise
    An investment banker who jumped to his death out of a window of his luxury, million-dollar apartment in Manhattan’s Financial District this week was reportedly hooked on drugs, was struggling financially and suffered from severe anxiety,...
  • Ari Teman Airbnb
    Ari Teman: Airbnb rental guests held a pay-to-enter orgy in my NYC apartment
    Ari Teman has a complaint. Teman, a Manhatten resident, rented out his apartment via Airbnb – a California-based online home and apartment rental site. When Teman returned, the 22-year-old found himself homeless, kicked out by the landlord...
  • Investment banker jumps to his death in Manhattan and gruesome sight draws tourists with cameras
    Investment banker jumps to his death: NYC grisly turmoil sparks tourist photo op
    It wasn’t a sight that anyone should see, but for some disturbing reason when an investment banker jumped to his death off a Manhattan high-rise, the cameras came out. The instant mangling of a human being intrigued a bus full of picture...
  • $30 hot dog
    $30 hot dog? Bamboozling vendor is burned, NYC hot dog hawker gets sacked
    How much is a hot dog worth these days? Is $30 too much to pay for a hot dog or a soft pretzel off a vendor’s cart in Manhattan? Of course it is – and that’s precisely why Ahmed Mohammed finds himself out of action. Score one in...
  • Woman falls down stairs, flies out window and falls 5 floors to her death
    Woman falls down stairs, out window and dies: Lifeless body found 5 floors down
    A bizarre accident first looked as if a woman leaped to her death out a fifth story window in a Manhattan apartment building. This wasn’t the case as the preliminary investigation suggests that the woman accidentally slipped down a flight of...
  • Lightning Bolt desert
    Lightning Bolt rocks Manhattan's Le Poisson Rouge
    On May 16, I went to see the experimental / noise rock duo Lightning Bolt at Manhattan’s (le) poisson rouge. This was the second-to-last date of their U.S. tour to promote their newest album Fantasy Empire, before going to Canada in June and...
  • New York Coyotes, the new city dwellers
    New York coyotes hit Manhattan, run NYC streets, parks and rooftops (slideshow)
    New York City’s fastest growing population of city dwellers may just be the coyotes that are seen running the streets, trotting through the parks and even perched on the rooftops of buildings. Police captured a young coyote over the weekend...
  • Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2015
    Ultimate Spirits Challenge: Best Whiskey for a Manhattan
    American whiskey has a natural affinity with the classic American cocktail, The Manhattan. Obvious, that; after all, the Manhattan is American-born. With its relatively simple and straightforward balance of whiskey, vermouth and bitters, stirred...
  • Fleshing out Anthony Bourdain's Manhattan Street Food Hall
    Fleshing out Anthony Bourdain's Manhattan Street Food Hall
    Those of you waiting for Anthony Bourdain to spill his guts about his much-anticipated Manhattan street food hall must have been disappointed last week when he did not speak at the Annual World Street Food Congress in Singapore. Fret not, the...
  • Virgin Hotel
    NYC: Hotel Virgin
    The Virgin Hotel New York that will soon be built at the corner of 30th Street and Broadway will change forever the stretch of Broadway that runs from Madison Square Park to Greeley Square. If the renderings are to be trusted, it will be a...
  • New York City Tourism
    New York City says bring on the tourists
    It’s no surprise that New York City continues to not only meet their tourism numbers, but exceeds them with ease. Looking at the past two years, Manhattan has shined in the world of tourism, and has opened “her” arms to a record...
  • The Manhattan skyline in mid March, 2014
    Head south this weekend for the NYC Vegetarian Food Fest
    New York's annual Vegetarian Food Festival comes back to town this weekend at Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, starting at 11 a.m. both days. Besides buying everything from fresh chard to that sugarless apple juice, learn new...
  • 14th Annual Tribeca Film Festival April 15-26, 2015
    Tribeca Film Festival happening April 15-26, 2015
    The 14th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, is set to take place this April from the 15th through the 26th in the Tribeca neighborhood of Lower Manhattan. As noted on the Tribeca Film Festival Facebook page - the festival was...
  • "Independence Day 2"
    Is 'Independence Day 2' already setting up at Albuquerque studios?
    "Independence Day" debuted in U.S. movie theaters on July 3, 1996. According to "Box Office Mojo" which tracks box office receipts. The sci-fi action film's domestic total gross climbed to $306,169,268 at a budget of $75...
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