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New York Butoh Institute Festival 2019

From: New York Butoh Institute Festival

This October, in celebration of Butoh’s 60th anniversary, the New York Butoh Institute Festival 2019 is proud to present in association with Theater for the New City bold butoh works by 13 female dan…
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Exhibition - Patricide by Courtney Webster, Meg Turner at Wild Project

From: Wild Project

Courtney Webster and Meg Turner’s collaborative project Patricide interrogates western culture’s historic portrayal of the heroic body as being almost exclusively a white male body. Webster and Turne…
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Exhibition - Vasyl Diadyniuk: Historical Portraits at The Ukrainian Institute of America

From: The Ukrainian Institute of America

The Ukrainian painter Vasyl Diadyniuk does not possess much of a household name except in the more specialized of art historical circles. However, his paintings of luminaries from the annals of Ukrai…
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Exhibition - Petro Smetana. Aftereffect: Landscapes and Still Lifes at The Ukrainian Institute of America

From: The Ukrainian Institute of America

Art at the Institute is delighted to kick off its sixty-fifth season of programming with an exhibition of landscape and still life paintings by Ukrainian artist Petro Smetana. Introduced and curated …
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Exhibition - MK Guth: Menu at Cristin Tierney Gallery

From: Cristin Tierney Gallery

Menu presents a selection of evocatively-titled sculptures: Dinner to Tell a Joke, Menu for Getting There, Menu for Getting What You Want, Dinner for Getting Over It Or At Least Getting Through It, a…
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2 Days Before He Killed Himself, Epstein Signed His Will

He left behind a $500 million fortune, which he ordered placed in a trust, according to documents filed in the Virgin Islands.
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Two Members of Proud Boys Convicted in Brawl Near Republican Club

The charges resulted from an altercation with anti-fascists after the group’s founder, Gavin McInnes, had spoken in Manhattan.
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Daniel Pantaleo, Officer Who Held Eric Garner in Chokehold, Is Fired

Mr. Garner’s last words, “I can’t breathe,” galvanized the Black Lives Matter movement.
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How the N.Y.P.D. Commissioner Grappled With the Eric Garner Decision

Commissioner James O’Neill described the “split-second, life-and-death choices” facing officers.
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Al Jackson, Pitching Star of Woeful 1960s Mets, Is Dead at 83

He lost 20 games and won only eight in 1962 for a legendarily bad team. But among his wins were four shutouts, including a one-hitter.
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NRA Barred From Attending NY AG's Deposition of Oliver North, Judge Rules

NRA Barred From Attending NY AG's Deposition of Oliver North, Judge Rules

“Despite the NRA's best efforts to silence board members, justice will prevail, and the truth will be exposed, because no one is above the law, New York Attorney General Letitia James said. …
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Avenatti Argues Litigation Privilege Bars Prosecution on Nike Extortion Charges

Lawyers for Michael Avenatti on Monday asked a Manhattan federal judge to dismiss a criminal indictment accusing the embattled attorney of waging a multimillion-dollar extortion plot against athletic…
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Omar: U.S. Should Reconsider Aid To Israel After Banning Her, Tlaib

“Denying a visit to duly elected members of Congress is not consistent with being an ally,” she said Monday at a joint press conference.
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Court of Appeals and Appellate Practice

In this Special Report, experts review the 2018-2019 term of the New York Court of Appeals and the significant decisions the court handed down, and offer tips for successful appellate practice,...Rea…
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Attorneys Sue to Secure Body Cam Footage in Fatal Shooting of Mentally Ill Woman

A team of lawyers has sued the New York Police Department in an effort to secure body-camera footage from the fatal shooting of a mentally ill woman last year in Queens, saying video and audio from..…
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