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New Mets Hitting Coach Kevin Long: ...

New Mets Hitting Coach Kevin Long: This Team Is ?On The Rise?

Kevin Long (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images) and Curtis Granderson (Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images)"I'm excited to get the opportunity to work with a team that I think is on the rise," Long said in a statement on Thursday.
Irked Peyton Manning Has Some Words...

Irked Peyton Manning Has Some Words For Scoreboard Operator

Peyton Manning (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)"I have no problem with our fans. Our fans are great," Manning said after Thursday's 35-21 win. "I've got a problem with our scoreboard operator. I've got to have a little talk with him."
Police Investigate 4-Year-Old Girl?...

Police Investigate 4-Year-Old Girl?s Death At Queens Homeless Shelter

Officials investigate child death at Queens homeless shelter. (credit: CBS 2)Lanaysah Meraldo, 4, was found unconscious and unresponsive Thursday afternoon at a facility on 134th Street in Briarwood.
WFAN?s Carton Pumped For ?Blowing O...

WFAN?s Carton Pumped For ?Blowing Off Steam? Jets Pregame Party

(Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)Craig Carton has planned a massive "Blowing Off Some Steam for Gang Green" pregame party for all you long-suffering Jets fans. We have the details.
NYC Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp Curry ...

NYC Food Truck Lunch: Shrimp Curry From TMT Caribbean Delights

(credit: Perry R.)Perry, the founder of New York Street Food, brings you his latest review on New York City street food. It’s been a while since we’ve been to the Caribbean, but our recent lunch at the TMT […]
Nina In New York: But Grandma, What...

Nina In New York: But Grandma, What A Low, Flat, Elongated Skull You Have

(photo credit: Thinkstock)A lighthearted look at news, events, culture and everyday life in New York. The opinions expressed are solely those of the writer.

NY Times

Officials Tracing New York Ebola Pa...

Officials Tracing New York Ebola Patient?s Movements, While Reassuring a Wary City

With much of the public?s concern focused on the movements of New York City?s first Ebola patient, doctors treating the man were discussing using experimental treatments to help him battle the virus.
City Room: Helping a Little Nature ...

City Room: Helping a Little Nature Helper

Metropolitan Diary: Manhattan trees need a lot of help, so when a young boy wanted to water one, a maintenance man was happy to aid him.
With Focus on Gun Control, Bloomber...

With Focus on Gun Control, Bloomberg to Inject $1.7 Million Into Connecticut Governor?s Race

Michael R. Bloomberg?s spending, through his Independence USA PAC, could play a pivotal role in a closely contested race that has otherwise focused largely on the economy.
City Room: New York Today: Ebola Ar...

City Room: New York Today: Ebola Arrives, and Calm Is Urged

Friday and the weekend: Officials reassure a worried city, improving weather, and Barnes & Noble changes its mind.
City Room: Eulogy for Kennedy Airpo...

City Room: Eulogy for Kennedy Airport?s Horseshoe

Metropolitan Diary: An uncle worked for 15 years at the horseshoe, a relic of the 1970s at Kennedy Airport.
City Room: New York Today: What Dro...

City Room: New York Today: What Drought?

Thursday: one more rainy day, a heated debate for governor, and record subway ridership.

ABC Local

Brothers' wives give birth just min...

Brothers' wives give birth just minutes apart in New Jersey

A.J. Ross reports on two brothers who became first-time dads just minutes apart.
Trump Taj Mahal workers to protest ...

Trump Taj Mahal workers to protest loss of health and pension benefits

A federal bankruptcy court judge in Delaware approved Trump Entertainments Resort's request to terminate its contract with the union.
EBOLA BLOG: Gutter bowling alley th...

EBOLA BLOG: Gutter bowling alley that Ebola patient visited closes

Up-to-date information on the Ebola situation in New York after an emergency room doctor who, after treating Ebola patients in West Africa, tested positive for the virus.
Doctor Isolated at NYC Hospital Tes...

Doctor Isolated at NYC Hospital Tests Positive for Ebola

A New York doctor who recently returned from West Africa has tested positive for Ebola Ebola and is being isolated at a New York City hospital, city and state officials said Thursday night.
Retracing the Steps of Doctor Who T...

Retracing the Steps of Doctor Who Tested Positive for Ebola

Dr. Craig Spencer was placed in isolation, with three others under quarantine.
Steve Nash, 40, to sit out season

Steve Nash, 40, to sit out season

Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash will miss the 2014-15 season for a back injury.

NY Village Voice

Laggies Gets Adult Loneliness -- an...

Laggies Gets Adult Loneliness -- and Cross-Generational Friendship

It’s an unwritten rule that we’re supposed to feel most in step with people our own age, as if sharing the same cultural and historical references somehow enables our ability to look into each other’s hearts. So why do we sometimes tumble into deeper friendships with people who ...

Jimmy Stewart and Vertigo are Hangi...

Jimmy Stewart and Vertigo are Hanging in There as the Best Movie Ever

As with many masterpieces, Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo yielded a mostly lukewarm reaction upon its May 1958 release. Variety dismissed it as "basically only a psychological murder mystery." In 1973, Hitchcock took the film out of circulation; his estate did not re-distribute it until...

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me Will Make...

Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me Will Make You Cry Even If You Don't Remember Who Glen Campbell Is

Kids may not know "Wichita Lineman," and boomers may have forgotten his hot-shit 12-string flurries, but singer/songwriter/TV star Glen Campbell is not going to be easily forgotten, thanks to director James Keach's warm, moving, at times harrowing doc Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me.

Th...

Smart, Paranoid Thriller The Heart ...

Smart, Paranoid Thriller The Heart Machine Asks Whether We Can Ever Know Each Other Online

Films about ultramodern technology tend to have an air of alarmism about them. Jason Reitman’s dismal Men, Women & Children seized the ubiquity of smartphones as an opportunity to decry the state of the world today, wagging its finger reproachfully like a luddite Reefer Madness

The Great Juliette Binoche Never Qu...

The Great Juliette Binoche Never Quite Convinces in 1,000 Times Good Night

A Canon camera and a silver wedding band — the coexistence of these two objects is the principal challenge in the life of decorated war photographer Rebecca (Juliette Binoche). In the largely wordless opening sequence of Erik Poppe's 1,000 Times Good Night — a routine if occasi...

Crime Drama Revenge of the Green Dr...

Crime Drama Revenge of the Green Dragons Won't Make You Forget Goodfellas

It's not that kind of story, one where everyone lives happily ever after," narrates the hero of Revenge of the Green Dragons, announcing the film's attempt to avoid one cliché by indulging in another.

Set mainly in the late 1980s, when the gang of the title ran roughshod th...

NY Daily News

The Queen sends out her first tweet

The Queen sends out her first tweet

The Queen is trading her scepter for a smartphone. Britain?s Queen Elizabeth II joined in the social media conversation on Friday, as she opened the Information Age exhibition at the Science Museum in London.
NY Ebola doctor had lower temperatu...

NY Ebola doctor had lower temperature than reported when he turned himself in: Gov. Cuomo

Gov. Cuomo Friday morning said the Doctors Without Borders physician who became the first Ebola case in New York presented with a much lower fever than has been reported. Cuomo, appearing on morning television shows on CNN and CBS, said Dr. Craig Spencer called authorities when he had a 100.3-degree ever--not the 103 degree fever that had been reported.
Frank Mankiewicz, aide to Robert Ke...

Frank Mankiewicz, aide to Robert Kennedy, dies

Frank Mankiewicz, the press secretary who went before television cameras to announce the death of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and later served as political director for presidential candidate George McGovern, died Thursday.
2014 MIDTERM ELECTIONS: 7 wackiest ...

2014 MIDTERM ELECTIONS: 7 wackiest political ads of this season

With the midterm elections less than two weeks away, the airwaves across the country are heating up with spicy political advertisements chock full of unusual boasts, scathing accusations and even a few catchy melodies.
'Unacceptable' Metro-North trainee ...

'Unacceptable' Metro-North trainee made fatal decision: boss

Omar Bell was hired six months before the May 28, 2013, death of Robert Luden and was training to be a rail traffic controller.
'Unacceptable' Metro-North trainee ...

'Unacceptable' Metro-North trainee made fatal decision: boss

Omar Bell was hired six months before the May 28, 2013, death of Robert Luden and was training to be a rail traffic controller.

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