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Spiral Theatre Studio Opens Eco-Friendly Space In Manhattan New York (CBSNewYork) Theatre in New York is going green. The 50 seat Spiral Theatre Studio, which opened in September on West 36th Street in Manhattan, is an eco-friendly theatre founded by actress and director Paula J. Riley, who, at 70 years... Wintery Mix Could Create Slick Conditions Around Tri-State Area Tri-State Area residents may face some slick roads Sunday and even some icing conditions.
Nearly 100 Firearms Collected At Staten Island Gun Buyback Staten Island Non-Profit Provides Holiday Gifts For Sandy Victims Brooklyn Con Back Behind Bars For Sexually Assaulting Girl, 4 More Applicants Emerge As New York State Prepares To Grant Casino Licenses Man Shot By Police After Allegedly Hitting Officer With Cane YMCAs To Provide Jobs, Community Spirit To Coney Island, Rockaways Man Struck, Killed By Vehicle In Woodhaven, Queens
Report: Waitress Returns Donations As Questions Surface About Viral Receipt A woman who worked as a waitress at a Bridgewater, N.J. restaurant was left looking for a new job on Saturday, according to a published report. Report: Quintana Plans On Shaking Things Up In Newark A month after taking over for Mayor Cory Booker, who was elected to the U.S. Senate in October, Quintana has asserted his independence, moving to fire some of Booker's closest advisers and differentiate himself from his predecessor.
Former Parsippany Police Captain Accused Of Improper Disposal Of Documents Cops Looking For Suspects In Connection With Brick, N.J. Home Invasion Long Island Man Believed Missing Off Of Cape May Coast New Jersey Black Bear Hunt To Begin On Monday Horizon Policyholders Warned Of Data Breach From Stolen Laptops Seen At 11: Driving’s New Distraction, Eating Behind The Wheel Empire State Building Lit Up In Tribute To Nelson Mandela
Newtown Officials: World, Please Stay Away From Our Town On Anniversary A week from Saturday marks the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. The town, still traumatized by the mass killing, is officially asking the world to stay away. Police Group Approves Of Response During Sandy Hook Massacre The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association says Newtown police responded rapidly and followed current policy at last year's Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Transgender Conn. Cop Alleges Hostile Work Environment Fog Blankets Area, Wreaks Havoc On Travel Race Car Instructor: Know Your Limits When Taking Turns 911 Dispatchers Urged Sandy Hook Elementary School Callers To Take Cover Transcript Of 911 Calls On Day Of Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Man Charged In University of New Haven Gun Scare In Court Seen At 11: ‘Bundled’ Perks Take Flight In Airline Industry
Mahwah, Ramapough Indian Officials Blast New Movie For ‘Stereotypical’ Portrayal Of Tribe Critics complain "Out Of The Furnace" depicts the Ramapough Indian tribe living in and around Mahwah, N.J. as violent, drug-using hillbillies. Actress Amanda Bynes Due Back In Court In Bong-Tossing Case The 27-year-old actress was arrested in May after being accused of smoking marijuana in the lobby of a midtown Manhattan building and then throwing a bong out the window of her 36th floor apartment.
Students Impacted By Sandy Get Trip To ‘North Pole’ To Meet Santa Billy Joel Set To Perform A Concert A Month At MSG Kardashian Family Unveils Glamorous Holiday Card ‘Fast & Furious’ Star Paul Walker, 40, Killed In Car Wreck Stories From Main Street: Bringing J.O.Y. Through The Generations Brooklyn Man Seeks Owner Of Emmy Award Found In Roadside Trash ‘The Talk’ Announces Return To New York City Radio Free Montone: November 22, 1963
Bratton, de Blasio Invoke Mandela At Rally With Rev. Al Sharpton Soon-to-return NYPD Commissioner William Bratton was making the rounds with Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio Saturday, including a stop at the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network. Bloomberg Gets Emotional While Speaking Before Civic Group After nearly 12-years of running New York City with a steely reserve, Mayor Michael Bloomberg got a little choked up Thursday talking about the impending birth of a grandson and the future of the city.
De Blasio Appoints Former Top Cop William Bratton To Lead NYPD Horse-Drawn Carriages Could Take One-Way Trip Out Of NYC Democrats Target Christie In Two New Ads West New York Elementary School Named For Sen. Robert Menendez Who Is William Bratton? A Closer Look At The Life And Career Of Next NYC Police Commissioner Schumer: Plastic-Gun Bill Has Dangerous Loophole De Blasio To Cuomo, Legislature: It’s My Way Or Highway On Universal Pre-K
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Dr. Max Gomez: Hydrotherapy Can Be Useful For Injured Dogs Owners with dogs in need of physical therapy may want to consider an underwater treadmill treatment called hydrotherapy. Dissolving Tablet Offers Possible Alternative To Allergy Injections Allergy doctor Clifford Bassett said the pill alternative appears to be safe, as well as effective.
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