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Exhibition - Ugo Rondinone: Drifting Clouds at Gladstone Gallery

From: Gladstone Gallery

Gladstone Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of three distinct yet interrelated bodies of work by Ugo Rondinone in both Chelsea locations. Developed throughout his practice, these large-scal…
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French Institute Alliance Francaise - French Classes Start Monday! Register Now

From: French Institute Alliance Francaise

Register Now! Classes Begin Monday Find the perfect French class for your schedule at New York's premier destination for French language and culture. Classes available for toddlers, kids, teens, an…
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Fellowship-Trained Pediatric Otolaryngologist Joins ENT and Allergy Associates LLP

Tarrytown, N.Y. (September 24, 2018) – ENT and Allergy Associates LLP (ENTA) is proud to announce the newest member of its Upper East Side clinical office. Fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologi…
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Are Landlords Telling the Truth? The City Doesn’t Always Check. He Does.

Aaron Carr uses public data to uncover what he says is bad behavior by building owners, and the failure of city and state agencies to punish it.
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Is Re-election to the House a Consolation Prize? Maloney Says No

Representative Sean Patrick Maloney, who just lost a Democratic primary for New York attorney general, finds himself right back on the campaign trail.
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Will the Defeat of Renegade Democrats Bring a Blue Wave to Albany?

Can seven insurgent State Senate candidates, fresh off Democratic primary victories, be enough of a catalyst for progressive change?
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16 Boston-Area Beer Gardens and Oktoberfests that are Fun for Families

Boston has seen an absolute boom in beer gardens (or biergartens) in the last few years, and luckily for anyone with kids, many are welcoming to families. If you like to sip a craft brew outside, the…
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New Palestinian Textbooks ‘Indoctrinate For Death And Martyrdom’: Report

A physics textbook uses the example of a Palestinian wielding a slingshot against Israeli soldiers to teach Newton’s Second Law of Motion.
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Florida Senator Will Return All Donations From Al Franken’s PAC

Nelson had returned donations from Franken’s PAC tied to this election cycle shortly after allegations against him emerged, but kept others until now.
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Top Haunted Houses and Halloween Events for Westchester Kids

Think you can handle the Creepy Morgue at Playland or survive the Haunt at Rocky Ledge? Whether you’re local or a daytripper, Westchester is a hot spot of exciting and fun (and terrifying!) Halloween…
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Best Science Museums for Kids in New Jersey and Beyond

With STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) at the forefront of most school curriculums, it makes sense to get kids engaged and excited about these
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Ultimate CT Halloween Guide

It has come to my attention that Connecticut sort of owns Halloween. You'd be hard-pressed to find yourself very far from an amazing haunted house, a fun-filled parade or celebration, or a quaint New…
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Grace Notes: 320,000 High Schoolers to Get Free Water Bottles. The Goal? 54 Million Fewer Single-Use Drinks

The company S’Well is giving the water bottles to every New York City high school student in a program that aims to raise environmental consciousness.
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Porcelain Finds Its Outside Voice

In her Kingston, N.Y., studio, the artist Arlene Shechet champions porcelain for an installation in Madison Square Park. Ceramics are not delicate, the artist insists.
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Adelsons Giving $55M In 2018, Making Them Biggest Spenders In U.S. Politics

Jewish megadonor Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam, have given $55 million to groups working to ensure Republican control of Congress.
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