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Second Annual East Village Arts Festival

From: East Village Arts Festival

Throughout those two weeks, there will be all kinds of performances, workshops, displays by local artists, and visits from local organizations.Schedule:Saturday,December 1,2018:11 am Drag Queen Story…
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Central Park Conservancy News - Billy Johnson Playground is Open

From: Central Park Conservancy

Billy Johnson Playground, one of Central Park’s most beloved play spaces, is now open!The Conservancy’s renovation of this playground at East 67th Street has preserved and reinforced its rustic chara…
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The Morgan Acquires Drawings by Major Twentieth-Century African-American Artists from the South

From: The Morgan Library And Museum

New York, NY — The Morgan is excited to announce that it is expanding its collection—one of the most important collections of drawings in the United States—to include eleven drawings by five major tw…
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Announcing the Winners of the 2018 National Book Awards!

Announcing the Winners of the 2018 National Book Awards Congratulations to the 2018 National Book Awards Winners, who were named at tonight's 69th National Book Awards Ceremony and Benefit Dinner! Yo…
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Registration for the 2019 TD Five Boro Bike Tour is Open

REGISTRATION FOR THE TOUR IS NOW OPEN! Register NowA FEW REGISTRATION TIPS1. Once you begin the registration process, you'll be added to an admission queue and provided with an estimated wait time (…
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TRU Now Accepting Writer Submissions for How to Write a Musical That Works - Deadline November 26, 2018

Theater Resources Unlimited is accepting writer submissions for How to Write a Musical That Works Part 1: The World and the WantSubmissions due November 26, 2018 Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) pr…
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New York Today: Amazon Deal in Queens, and El Chapo’s Defense

The Amazon deal finally becomes official. We tell you what it means for New York.
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Judge Rejects Deal to Overhaul City’s Public Housing

The federal judge shot down a proposal to appoint a monitor to overhaul the troubled housing agency and suggested that was the federal government’s job.
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The Neediest Cases Fund: Leaving Foster Care With a Mission: Doctor or Bust

Dilainy Inoa Reynoso, who aged out of foster care in October, is determined to become a doctor. “You’re going to see that I can do it,” she said.
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Witness at El Chapo Trial Gives Master Class on Sinaloa Cartel

Jesus Zambada Garcia, a former cartel operations chief, described the organization’s logistics, financing and central personalities.
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A $343.8 Million Powerball Jackpot After 25 Years of Using the Same Numbers

A self-described humble man wearing dad jeans and dark sunglasses said he would “give back to Manhattan” and buy his mother a house. And keep playing.
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State, Local Cops May Not Make Immigration Arrests, NY Appeals Court Rules

The unanimous ruling by the Appellate Division, Second Department rejected the Suffolk County Sheriff's Department's policy of keeping inmates who are the subjects of ICE detention or deportation...R…
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N.J. Democrat Defeats Trump Ally, Leaving the State With Just 1 Republican in Congress

After a drawn-out vote count, Andy Kim was declared the victor on Wednesday, upsetting the two-term Republican incumbent, Tom MacArthur.
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What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

John Houck’s visual trickery; Svenja Deininger’s “Crescendo” paintings; Didier William’s eye-catching mixed-media works; and the poet John Ashbery’s demure treasures.…
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Animal Rights Group Can't Compel NYC to Stop Chicken-Slaughtering Ritual, High Court Rules

A unanimous panel wrote that it is “well settled that the “extraordinary remedy of a writ of mandamus can be used to force a government to perform a ministerial duty, but “it will...Read the whole en…
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