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Is 'Margaritaville' Wasting Away on Broadway?

‘Escape to Margaritaville,’ the musical based on the tropical-minded catalog of singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, isn’t drumming up booming box-office business.
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Prosecutors Decline to Take Stance on Avenatti's Bid to Appear in Cohen Raid Litigation

In a letter filed late Monday, the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's Office said it "takes no position" in the battle raging between Stormy Daniels' attorney and counsel for the president's personal lawyer,.…
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Jewish Mountain Biker Survives Attack By Cougar That Kills Friend In Washington

Isaac Sederbaum survived the attack, but the cougar killed S.J. Brooks and dragged his body to his den where the animal brutally mauled it.
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Leecia Eve, Ex-Aide to Clinton and Cuomo, Enters Attorney General Race

Ms. Eve will battle Letitia James, the perceived front-runner in the race. Either Democrat would be the first black woman to hold statewide office.
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Have Thoughts About NJ Transit? New Chief Wants to Hear

NJ Transit’s new chief executive will visit New York Penn Station on Tuesday to listen to customer concerns, ahead of the agency reducing rail services in early June as part of its effort to install …
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In Jersey City, It’s Kushner vs. Kushner in a Race to Develop

Charles and Murray Kushner, famously estranged brothers, are each betting they can transform a gritty neighborhood. Can both win?
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Students At Elite New York Public School Back Gaza Tribute

“A lot of us are really concerned with what Israel is doing,” said junior Matt Klass, who is Jewish.
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Is The Richest Person In Your State Jewish?

Casino mogul Sheldon Adelson is unsurprisingly the wealthiest person in Nevada. But can you name the other Jews who top their states’ lists?
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Manhattan Supreme Court Denies Petition to Throw Out Complaint Against Mount Vernon Mayor Thomas

Manhattan Supreme Court Denies Petition to Throw Out Complaint Against Mount Vernon Mayor Thomas

New York State Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron, in a decision issued on Friday, denied the Article 78 petition in "Thomas v. Underwood." 
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Survivor of Halloween Terror Attack Says She Will Not Be a Victim

Rachel Pharn, 26, was sideswiped by a pickup truck in the October attack on a Manhattan bicycle path that left eight people dead and 11 others injured.
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Voices From the Bronx’s First Book Festival

While it might be tempting to proclaim that the borough is back, last weekend’s literary celebration proved it never really left.
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Fried Frank Recruits Goldman Sachs Alum, Leading Stroock Litigator

Fried Frank Recruits Goldman Sachs Alum, Leading Stroock Litigator

With help from firm chairman David Greenwald, Fried Frank has recruited another Goldman Sachs veteran, hiring financial services litigator Michael Keats from Stroock & Stroock & Lavan. 
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Metropolitan Diary: Confusion on the Q

A train switches onto a different line. Or maybe not.
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State Moves to Limit Home Health Agencies

In his Health Law column, Francis J. Serbaroli of Greenberg Traurig, discusses the moratorium that New York recently imposed on licensed home health care agencies, of which there are more than 1,400.…
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Mueller Examined Israeli Social Media Firm Over Trump Campaign Assistance

George Nader, a person of interest in the Mueller probe, paid $2 million to Joel Zamel, who is tied the the social media firm Psy-Group.
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