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Free Things to Do in Manhattan This Weekend - March 29-March 31
There's no denying that Manhattan is the sparkle in New York City's eye, but that doesn't mean you have to dump out your wallet to hang out there. City Guide's compiled all the best free things to do in Manhattan this weekend, and for those wanting to explore the city's most famous borough on the ch
New York Radio Giant, Bob Slade Loses Fight with Kidney Disease
Sundays will never be the same. Popular host and New York radio veteran, Bob Slade lost his fight with kidney disease, leaving fans and supporters heartbroken. Most notable for his stint as a News Director at NYC’s popular adult contemporary station 98.7 Kiss FM, his take on news was culturally sens
VIDEO: Woman fights off groper on Brooklyn street
BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn — Police are looking for the man seen on surveillance video groping a woman on a Brooklyn street. It happened at about 8 a.m. at the corner of Livonia and Rockaway avenues in Brownsville on Mar. 10.
Attorney Michael Avenatti facing charges in extortion case
NEW YORK, NY (WROC) - Federal prosecutors have filed charges against prominent attorney Michael Avenatti, best known for his representation of porn Stormy Daniels in her case against President Trump.
Helicopter Taxi Flies Travelers To JFK For $195, Report Says
HUDSON YARDS, NY – It's one way to beat traffic-clogged streets between Manhattan and JFK. A helicopter taxi service is ferrying customers to the airport for $195-a-seat, the New York Post reported.
Bus driver in deadly I-95 bus crash due in court
PRINCE GEORGE, VA (WWBT) - The driver of a bus involved in a deadly crash on I-95 is due in court on Monday. Yui Man Chow, 40, of Staten Island, NY, faces two counts of involuntary manslaughter after two people died in the incident on northbound I-95 near Crater Road.
15 small apartment furniture and kitchen decor ideas
Living in a small space can present a unique set of challenges. I've lived in my Brooklyn studio rental for about a decade. I know lots of people use the word "small" when they talk about their apartment, but mine is almost comically small. As in, I'm an adult with the size bed many people have in t
Robert Sweet, federal judge who presided over Harvey Weinstein case, dead at 96
Manhattan Federal Judge Robert Sweet who spent more than 40 years on the bench and who most recently presided over cases against fallen movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, died on Sunday. He was 96.
Police identify young girl who drowned in hotel pool
HENRIETTA, N.Y. (AP) — Police in upstate New York have identified the 8-year-old girl who drowned in a hotel pool over the weekend. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office says Jamielath Kabba was found unresponsive in the Residence Inn Marriott pool in the Rochester suburb of Henrietta Saturday night. S
6 Pedestrians Struck In Bronx Hit-And-Run
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Six pedestrians were hit by a hit and run driver in the Bronx Monday afternoon, police said. It happened near the intersection of 163rd Street and Washington Avenue in the Morrisania section.
Chinatown Activists Blast Plan To Build A New, Larger Jail
CHINATOWN, NY — Dozens of Chinatown residents and local groups slammed the de Blasio administration's plan to build a 450-foot jail at the site of an existing detention center, which shares a wall with a low-income senior housing building.
Brooklyn Man Broke Into, Stole From Cars: Nassau Police
A Brooklyn man was arrested on Saturday and charged with multiple larcenies, Nassau police say. According to police, between Wednesday, March 13 and Tuesday, March 19, Donald Gunter, 26, of Sterling Place, Brooklyn, entered multiple unlocked cars parked in North New Hyde Park and Mineola and stole i
Newtown police ID suicide victim as father of Sandy Hook victim
NEWTOWN — The father of a Sandy Hook victim was found dead in Edmond Town Hall from an apparent suicide Monday morning. Police identified the individual as Jeremy Richman, 49, of Newtown. He was the father of Avielle Richman, a victim in the 2012 Sandy Hook tragedy. Richman also co-founded the Aviel
New amenities coming to Jamaica station, but it might be bad marriage for Brooklyn
A $380 million effort to unclog and modernize the Long Island Rail Road’s hectic Jamaica station will bring new amenities, track infrastructure, and even an additional platform for riders, but also could complicate the travels of tens of thousands of Brooklyn-bound commuters.
'Something Clearly Went Wrong': Alleged Mob Boss Murderer Returns to NYC to Face Charges
The 24-year-old man arrested in connection with the killing of Francesco Cali, a reputed boss of the Gambino crime family who was gunned down in a brazen hit earlier this month, returned to Staten Island Monday to face charges.
Stephentown, N.Y.: VITA offering free tax preparation
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance will provide free tax return assistance from 3 to 6 p.m. Friday, March 29, at the Stephentown Memorial Library, 472 State Route 43 at Grange Hall Road.
Cops nab man rolling luggage around with loaded rifle sticking out
A Brooklyn man was nabbed by the NYPD for strolling through Bedford-Stuyvesant with a loaded AR-15 style rifle that was sticking out of a piece of rolling luggage he was pulling along, prosecutors charge.
Sarah Jessica Parker's Birthday: Her 15 Best Movies & TV Shows Ranked
Sarah Jessica Parker will likely always be best known for playing the millennium it girl Carrie Bradshaw in the enormously popular Sex and the City franchise. But Parker started out as a different kind of star—she rose to fame as a teen dancer, all perms and leotards rather than Malano Blahniks.
22-year-old man shot and robbed in Brooklyn
BEDFORD-STUYVESANT, Brooklyn — Cops are searching for the man who shot and robbed a 22-year-old man in Brooklyn Saturday morning. The victim was standing around Tompkins and Park avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant when he was approached by a man, police said.
Man kicks woman, 41, in Brooklyn
MIDWOOD, Brooklyn — A man tried to trip a woman in Brooklyn, then kicked her in the shin, police said. They released surveillance images of the man on Sunday. He approached the woman on Avenue H and tried to trip the 41-year-old woman by “kicking at her feet” on March 16, police said. When she didn’