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New Marching Orders For Two Lucky Generals

Lucky Generals, part of Omnicom’s TBWA agency network, has promoted Nik Upton to group chief operating officer and Tom Howes to UK COO following its recent expansion into the U.S. The creative agency opened the doors to its New York office earlier this month.

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March Madness 2019: Catholic schools look to maintain winning tradition

(COMMENTARY) With just seconds left on the clock, Seton Hall star Myles Powell missed a 3-pointer that could have won them the game and the Big East Tournament. Instead, the sold-out crowd of 19,812 at Madison Square Garden in New York watched with elation and shock on Saturday night as defending na

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The 5 Best Ways to Welcome Spring in NYC This Week

March 20th marks the Vernal Equinox, when the sun is at the equator and night and day are of equal length. Heralded by the earliest astronomers as the first sign of spring -- in fact, many ancient structures such as Stonehenge are monuments to these celestial events -- the Equinox is equally as exci

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Segregation was a separate battle for military veteran

BROOKVILLE - For Ira Minor, it was a long road from Jim Crow to W.O. (Warrant Officer). The Brookville resident joined the U.S. Army when it was segregated and ended his service 20 years later as a warrant officer, third class. His rise in the so-called "Jim Crow" army mirrored the civil rights move

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Better Living Through ‘Active’ Building Design

Researchers and architects are refocusing building and city-planning practices towards supporting healthy living — and fighting disease. A particularly colorful story from the history of epidemiology involves a single water pump on a London street. The year was 1854 and a global cholera pandemic was

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Why March 18th Matters in Rock History

It’s March 18th and here are some reasons why this day matters in rock history:. In 1975, the film version of The Who’s Tommy premiered in New York. In 2004, Buckethead left Guns N’ Roses. His manager told MTV the reason behind the decision was that the avant-garde guitarist was fed up with the band

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New York School Rejects 2nd Amendment Yearbook Ad

Tupper Lake Sports Club in New York has decided to pull an ad from Tupper Lake High School’s yearbook after the school rejected its Second Amendment-based advertisement, claiming it was too partisan and controversial for a spot in the yearbook.

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NYC Remembers Victims In New Zealand Mosque Attacks

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Victims of the mosque massacres in New Zealand were remembered Sunday at vigils held in Manhattan and Queens. It came as area mosques continued to beef up security in response to Friday’s shootings, CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reported.

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Nevada looks at ‘textalyzer’ as distracted driving cure

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Most states ban texting behind the wheel, but a legislative proposal could make Nevada one of the first states to allow police to use a contentious technology to find out if a person was using a cellphone during a car crash.

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Anthony Comello: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Anthony Comello, a 24-year-old Staten Island man, was identified as the suspect in custody in one of New York’s biggest homicide cases: The murder of Frank Cali, the reputed boss of the powerful Gambino crime family.

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Raimondo picks N.Y. deputy commissioner to lead R.I. Department of Education

PROVIDENCE — Angelica Infante-Green, a Latina, first-generation American and a champion of English language learners, has been recommended by Gov. Gina Raimondo as the new Rhode Island Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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Drugged driver guilty in NJ crash that killed teacher and daughter

A Mercer County man has been found guilty on all counts stemming from a horrific crash that killed a popular teacher and his young daughter on the New Jersey Turnpike three years ago.

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VIDEO: Gleyber Torres and Greg Bird Hit Back-to-Back HRs

​The ​New York Yankees set the record for most home runs in a single season in 2018, as the Bronx Bombers combined to crush 267 dingers on the year. They seem poised to repeat as home run leaders and gave fans a glimpse of what's to come with infielder ​Gleyber Torres and first baseman ​Greg Bird ri

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Trump's relationship with Fox News is unprecedented. Sunday's tweets prove it

New York (CNN Business) — Experts say the back-scratching relationship between President Trump and Fox News is unlike anything in the history of American media. Trump just keeps proving them right.

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'Offensive and an embarrassment' - McDonald under fire over banner

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has been described as "an embarrassment" for marching behind a banner in New York which read "England Get Out Of Ireland". Tánaiste Simon Coveney hit out at the Sinn Féin leader after the party shared a photograph of her behind the sign at the New York St Patrick's

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Skin Care Acid Guide: When And How To Use Glycolic, Lactic And More

Acids are everywhere in skin care these days. And we admit, they can be a little intimidating, especially since acid is often associated with chemical burns. When it comes to skin care products, though, acids are used as chemical exfoliators meant to slough away dead skin cells to leave you with a s

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Lyft plans to raise more than $2 billion in its IPO

New York (CNN Business) — Lyft has set a price range for its initial public offering, which could value the company at about $20 billion. Lyft predicted investors would buy the stock for between $62 and $68 a share. The company expects to raise as much as $2.1 billion through the sale of stock.

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NYPD investigates 40-year-old murder mystery after discovery of human remains

New York City police have a fresh murder mystery on their hands after the discovery of human remains last week belonging to a man who may have been killed -- and dismembered -- 40 years ago, according to reports.

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'Big Bang Theory' parody features Charter Arts grad as director

Who ever would have imagined that a comedy about a bunch of nerdy scientists would become such a big hit?. Now in its 12th and final season on CBS, “The Big Bang Theory” was ripe for an off-Broadway musical parody.

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International Beauty Show: When Art & Beauty Meet in NYC

What happens when art, beauty, and the big apple meet? A wonderland is born for all of New York’s makeup, hair, and styling gurus: on March 10-12, 2019, NYC was home to the 17th annual International Beauty Show. As a fashion and beauty lover myself, I was excited to see what this city was hiding for

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