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Art has always been the forefront of Daniel Hauben’s life ... more
Gregory Long, whose tenure at the top of the New York Botanical Garden is second only to its founder, will step down as president of the institution by June 2018. more
During her years as a Visitation School student, there is one particular memory that stands out amongst an array of happy memories for 1996 graduate Sinead Daly: her first Holy Communion. “I … more
The search for a district manager in Community Board 8 will come to close April 19, and it really looks like it’s Michael Heller’s job to lose.  Heller, the chair of both the … more
The family of Chris Carucci Sr., the father of a jewelry store owner shot in a robbery gone awry over the weekend, has sent up a crowdfunding campaign to help pay his medical bills.  Carucci … more
Criminals targeted delivery people in two separate robberies last week, according to police.  In the first reported robbery, two men ran up behind a 31-year-old on April 6 while he was making … more
Everybody likes Andrew Cohen.  At least that’s what Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz told a meeting of the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club last week as he spoke in support of the … more
Rep. Adriano Espaillat, D-Manhattan, along with three other congressional members, have introduced legislation they say protect immigrants from being targeted by authorities in various … more
For 40 years, Michael Mendel had a say in making iconic album art for major labels. From David Cassidy and Gladys Knight and the Pips ... more
It had to be the matching corduroy blazers. At least that’s what Jacob Klawans and Jonathan Sudo are crediting for winning the Open Championship with the New York City Urban Debate … more
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