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pix11.comGREENWICH VILLAGE, NY (PIX11) -- Police are looking for a cross-dressing young man who they believe helped a rowdy group tear up a West Village Dunkin' Donuts. Mark Wright, pictured dressed as a male and a female, was with the wild gang of roughly two...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe long Memorial Day holiday weekend was a chance to catch up on all sorts of films Ive been meaning to get to — documentaries, mainly (Though I did plow through the Andy Serkis star turn as rocker Ian Drury “Sex, Drugs & Rock'n Roll.”...
The WatcherOne of the high points of the fall season will be the return of "Sons of Anarchy" on Sept. 7 on FX. Based on a screening of the Season 3 premiere, the third year of the biker drama promises to be one hell of a ride. On a visit to the "Sons of Anarchy" set...
Staff reporterComputer giant Apple has come under fire by gay rights groups for approving an app that tries to help gay people become straight. "Nonsense," said Murray Ralph who lives in the West Village. "Gay people don't become straight." Thousands of people have...
FOX CTThere was Berger. And Richard. Don't forget the Hot Priest or Trey and his protectively prissy mother. The "Sex and the City Hotspots Tour" will help you remember a variety of colorful characters from the popular TV and movie franchise but none better...
SoHo, NY (PIX11) -- There will soon be fewer parking spots in SoHo, all thanks to cafes soon to be popping up on the streets. The Department of Transportation's are in the beginning stages of a new pilot program that will bring twelve new pop-up...
wpix.comAs the administration of Michael Bloomberg braces to handle its third snowstorm in two weeks, his highest level administrator tries to assure residents that he won't make his third major snow cleanup blunder. Stephen Goldsmith is New York's deputy...
FOX40 NewsSeveral dozen students marched through the UC Davis campus today in a noisy demonstration to bring attention to the proposed closure of the throwback student housing complex known as the "Domes". The group of 14 dome shaped living quarters that house...
wpix.comSome people on the ritzy Upper East Side appear to have forgotten they still live in New York City. Police say several of them have been robbed -- after leaving their apartment doors UNLOCKED. There have been six robberies this month, and investigators...
Tags: SoHo, Upper East Side, Crimes, UPS Inc., Theft
TribLocal - EvanstonThe Art Under Glass program is seeking applications for large-scale art work. The program was initiated by the Arts & Business Committee of the Evanston …...
TribLocal - EvanstonThe newly branded local business community, the Evanston West Village Business Association, will host, in partnership with the City of Evanston, “Makin’ It Happen in …...
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