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The Morgan Presents Innovative Contemporary Drawings 'By Any Means'

From: The Morgan Library And Museum

New York, NY — A new exhibition of contemporary drawings from the Morgan’s collection asks, what can drawing do? For many artists, drawing represents an attitude of experimentation and open-endedness…
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Student Rush Tickets at National Geographic Encounter

National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey in Times Square is now offering student rush tickets. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased on-site at the guest services window. Limited availability each…
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Amazon Hires Lobbyists for N.Y. Site, Tries to Fend Off Ocasio-Cortez

The corporate giant has hired well-connected lobbyists to convince lawmakers and residents of the benefits of its new hub in Long Island City.
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El Chapo’s Cartel: Killings, Jealousy and Shifting Alliances

Mexican drug cartels are thought to be stable groups that have withstood the test of time. The El Chapo trial has shown that it’s more like “Game of Thrones.”
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Charges Dropped Against Brooklyn Mother Who Had Baby Ripped from Her Arms by Police

A State Supreme Court judge in Brooklyn ordered the woman’s release after an online video showing the police yanking an infant from the woman’s arms sparked an outcry.
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Cash ‘Sandwiches’: ‘Brazen’ Fraud by Bloomberg Executives Is Detailed in Charges

Indictments unsealed Tuesday described a wide-ranging scheme to steal at least $15 million from Bloomberg L.P.
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Looking for ‘New York’s Secret Weapon’? For the Next 42 Months, Try Prison

Alain Kaloyeros, once hailed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo as “New York’s secret weapon,” was sentenced to three and a half years in prison for a bid-rigging scandal.
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‘Person of Interest’ Arrested in Suspected Road-Rage Killing of New York Firefighter

Faizal Coto, 33, a Brooklyn firefighter and amateur rapper, is thought to have been killed on the Belt Parkway in an apparent dispute over a fender-bender. The other driver fled.
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For 80,000 Commuters, One Nemesis: A 108-Year-Old Bridge

Amtrak wants to keep the Portal Bridge in New Jersey closed through the rush hours because it gets stuck so often after swinging open to let boats pass.
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‘I Just Love White Men’: White Man Aims Racist Rant at Columbia Students of Color

In a video posted to Twitter, a young man identified as a student yelled white supremacist remarks on campus early Sunday morning.
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Jewish Teacher At Catholic HS Sues Over Daily Anti-Semitic Abuse From Students

First-year teacher Jacob Rabinowitz said the anti-Semitism began on the first day of class, including students throwing coins at him.
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Man Who Ran Over Charlottesville Protester Sentenced To Life Plus 419 Years

A jury in Charlottesville recommended a life sentence plus 419 years for the man who rammed his car into counterprotesters, killing Heather Heyer.
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Interview With New York Law Journal Editor to Air Wednesday

Interview With New York Law Journal Editor to Air Wednesday

An interview with New York Law Journal deputy editor-in-chief Susan DeSantis will be broadcast at 3 p.m. Dec. 12 on Nassau Community College's radio 
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Former SUNY Polytechnic Official Sentenced After Bid-Rigging Conviction

Former SUNY Polytechnic Official Sentenced After Bid-Rigging Conviction

Attorneys for Alain Kaloyeros, who was sentenced to three years and six months in prison, said in a statement that they will be appealing his conviction. 
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Lothar Baumgarten Dies at 74; Artist Explored Collision of Cultures

Many of his conceptual pieces drew on the months he spent living with a tribe in the Amazon.
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