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Why you could see your NYC rent go up

PIX11.com (News) 10/2 2:21P Aliza Chasan
NEW YORK (PIX11) --- Rent is on the rise for around 1 million New York City apartments. A June vote allowed for rent increases in rent-stabilized units as of October 2022. The...

NYC crews help Puerto Rico with Fiona recovery

PIX11.com (News) 10/2 11:41A Amy Yensi
It’s been more than two weeks since Hurricane Fiona ravaged Puerto Rico, causing destruction to the island which has seen natural disasters up close more than once in recent...

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Second Grade Happenings!

PS 77 | The Lower Lab School 9/30 2:37P Lower Lab Teacher
October 1, 2022 Second Grade Happenings~ October 2022 Dear Second Grade Families: Our second graders have acclimated to the routines of a typical day in second grade, and...

State makes a $150M commitment to the arts

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 9/30 11:08A Cara Eisenpress
A record infusion of capital funding will become available to arts organizations across New York state in a move that puts the state’s commitment to the arts in line with New...

SPOTLIGHT: LiveOnNY

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 9/29 8:30A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
Just recently the U.S. recorded 1 million organ transplants since 1954—more than any other country in the world. More than 41,000 transplants were performed in the U.S. in...

City Wine and Food Festival expects near-2019 attendance

CrainsNewYork.com (Education) 9/23 9:25A Cara Eisenpress
The wide-ranging, star-studded annual eating-and-drinking charitable event, the New York City Wine and Food Festival, returns to the city in October, with an array of parties,...

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State makes a $150M commitment to the arts

CrainsNewYork.com (Arts) 9/30 11:08A Cara Eisenpress
A record infusion of capital funding will become available to arts organizations across New York state in a move that puts the state’s commitment to the arts in line with New...

SPOTLIGHT: LiveOnNY

CrainsNewYork.com (Media & Entertainment) 9/29 8:30A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
Just recently the U.S. recorded 1 million organ transplants since 1954—more than any other country in the world. More than 41,000 transplants were performed in the U.S. in...

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Michelin’s 2022 Affordable Restaurants List Is Here

Eater NY 9/29 4:41A Ryan Sutton
A spread of dishes at Dhamaka. | Adam Friedlander/Eater NY Dhamaka joins the Bibs list, which means it will be excluded from the starred selections this year Michelin’s 2022 Bib Gourmand awards are...

10 Exceptional Ethiopian Restaurants in NYC

Eater NY 9/21 8:14A Mazuba Kapambwe-Mizzi
Feast on Ethiopian fare across the city. | Dereje /Shutterstock Superb vegetable stews, spicy tibs, and rolls upon rolls of injera Some of the first Ethiopian restaurants opened in New York in the...

How Does Cafe China Stack Up to Its Alleged Midtown Copycat?

Eater NY 9/21 5:52A Robert Sietsema
Cafe China’s impressive new premises channels Shanghai of a century ago. Cafe China’s new spot versus Chili in its old digs Eleven years ago when Cafe China opened on the edge of Murray Hill steps...

Foie Gras Won’t Be Outlawed in NYC — Yet

Eater NY 9/20 5:07A Melissa McCart
Perigord geese bred for the production of Foie Gras roaming around a farm in Dordogne, France. | Getty Images Plus, New York City Council considers a ban on fast food companies that repeatedly violate...

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State makes a $150M commitment to the arts

CrainsNewYork.com (Retail & Apparel) 9/30 11:08A Cara Eisenpress
A record infusion of capital funding will become available to arts organizations across New York state in a move that puts the state’s commitment to the arts in line with New...

SPOTLIGHT: LiveOnNY

CrainsNewYork.com (Retail & Apparel) 9/29 8:30A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
Just recently the U.S. recorded 1 million organ transplants since 1954—more than any other country in the world. More than 41,000 transplants were performed in the U.S. in...

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State makes a $150M commitment to the arts

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 9/30 11:08A Cara Eisenpress
A record infusion of capital funding will become available to arts organizations across New York state in a move that puts the state’s commitment to the arts in line with New...

SPOTLIGHT: LiveOnNY

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 9/29 8:30A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/cr
Just recently the U.S. recorded 1 million organ transplants since 1954—more than any other country in the world. More than 41,000 transplants were performed in the U.S. in...

City Wine and Food Festival expects near-2019 attendance

CrainsNewYork.com (Sports) 9/23 9:25A Cara Eisenpress
The wide-ranging, star-studded annual eating-and-drinking charitable event, the New York City Wine and Food Festival, returns to the city in October, with an array of parties,...

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Real estate broker Michael Flavin sentenced in fraud scheme

The Real Deal New York 10/2 9:00A By Holden Walter-Warner
A New England real estate broker is headed to the big house after a three-year scheme of defrauding prospective homebuyers out of millions. Michael Flavin, 39, was sentenced...

Aspen Mansion sells for a steep $69M

The Real Deal New York 10/1 9:00A TRD Staff
The silver lining for Aspen’s Silver Lining Ranch is its $69 million sales price, making it one of the top deals the luxe resort town has ever seen. The sellers are Elizabeth...

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Uganda Races to Contain a Deadly Ebola Outbreak

NYTimes.com (Health) 10/1 6:27A Abdi Latif Dahir
The outbreak was caused by the Sudan strain of the virus, which has no approved vaccine or drug treatment. Scientists are now rushing to begin clinical trials in the coming...

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