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Newtown Families Announce New Joint Website To Honor Victims Of Massacre Families of those killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School say they will be lighting candles in the victims' memory the night before the shooting's anniversary. NJ Black Bear Hunt Begins With Fewer Permits State fish and wildlife officials say 6,445 bear permits out of a maximum of 10,000 permits have been issued for this hunt.
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Keidel: Give Rex More Than A Vote Of Confidence — Give Him A Contract All teams look like they tank when they get torched. But the Jets never quit. They can play dumb, but they never play dead. And that is a tribute to Rex Ryan, who still hasn't lost his team. Reports: Yankees Could Trade Brett Gardner Or Ichiro Suzuki This Week With the additions of Carlos Beltran and Jacoby Ellsbury, the Yankees have a surplus of outfielders. So could a trade be in the works?
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The 5 Best Things To Do In NYC Tonight, Dec. 9 Tonight in New York City: Prank call your friends, get to know today's Broadway performers, or check out a Lupe Fiasco concert. 5 Offbeat Ways To Celebrate The Holidays New York City offers practically as many ways to celebrate the holiday season as it does bodegas and taxis. Below are our favorite offbeat ways, perfect for after you’ve seen the tree at Rockefeller Center and watched the Rockettes kick.
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Stephanie & Tony’s Table: Tortellini With Sausage If you're looking for a new pasta dish to make, try this sausage & tortellini recipe from Tony and Stephanie. Stephanie & Tony’s Table: Escarole With White Beans Try this hearty soup from Stephanie and Tony Tantillo -- perfect for a cold, snowy day.
Stephanie & Tony’s Table: Chicken & Broccolini Dining Deal: Mumbles Stephanie & Tony’s Table: Mushroom Soup Stephanie & Tony’s Table: Fresh Linguine Cooked In Foil Stephanie & Tony’s Table: Artichoke Bread Salad Cooking On The Couch: Filet Of Fluke With Lobster Mousseline Cooking On The Couch: Cranberry Trifle Stephanie & Tony’s Table: Mashed Cauliflower