Rogers, who broke his jaw and suffered facial lacerations, said he’s positive he was a victim of a “knockout game” attack.
Police this week caught up with a driver who allegedly struck and injured a man on the Lower East Side, after a witness snapped a photo of the driver and provided it to officers.
If it is indeed the home of the legendary watering hole, the discovery could mean that a building that is perhaps Manhattan’s oldest is slated to demolished.
A man was sentenced to 11 years in prison Monday, after being convicted of stealing a taxi and leading police on a dangerous chase two years ago.
Police said the victim was attacked after asking the suspects for directions near Chrystie and Grand streets around 9:30 p.m. last Monday.
Scorsese wrote to New York City Planning Commission Chairwoman Amanda Burden last week. He praises the neighborhood’s grittiness, ambience and vivid atmosphere.
Service was fully restored around 9:30 p.m. after being suspended in both directions on the J and M lines between Marcy Ave. and Broad Street earlier in the afternoon.
The storied club closed in October of 2006 following a rent dispute, but now Tim Hayes and Joe D’Urso have purchased the brand and are looking for a new location, reported WCBS 880′s Sean Adams.
About a foot of water has filled the entire intersection, reported CBS 2′s Jessica Schneider. Crews with the Fire Department, DEP and Con Edison are all on the scene.
The club is famous for launching iconic punk and New Wave bands such as The Ramones, Blondie and Talking Heads.
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Steve Duncan is a man who has spent a lot of time in places most New Yorkers will never see.
The Tri-State Transportation campaign says 415 pedestrians are killed in downstate New York, New Jersey and Connecticut every year.
The Department of Transportation recently had the “Joey Ramone Place” sign reinstalled in lower Manhattan for the fourth time since 2003.
No bicycle? No problem. New York may flood the city streets with thousands of inexpensive rental bikes, reports CBS 2′s Tony Aiello.