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Chelsea Clinton works graveyard shift packing food for needy

Chelsea Clinton — the famed kin of President Bill Clinton and U.S. Senator Hillary — worked the graveyard shift at a City Harvest event.

PBS unveils its educational 'Odd Squad'

Otto and Olive would have an unusual job anywhere except in the world of children’s television, where their job is simply cool.

Eats Beat: App helps you pick your next drink

Cooklyn opens, Mas (la grillade) is reborn as Almanac and Lyfe Kitchen brings health food to Midtown, plus more food news.

Mets pitchers deliver Thanksgiving for needy New Yorkers

Mets pitchers Zack Wheeler and Vic Black delivered last week for some local families needing a Thanksgiving meal.

Six city schools receive national Blue Ribbon award

Six schools across four boroughs drew rich distinction for their work from the U.S. Department of Education.

Eating Along the A Line: Canal St. stop

The Canal St. A train stop sits in the no-man’s land between Tribeca, SoHo and the entrance to the Holland Tunnel. Luckily you just have to walk a block or two to find good food, especially at these three new spots.

Brooklyn shops star in national Small Business Saturday camp

A handful of Brooklyn business owners play a starring role in a national ad campaign for Small Business Saturday.

Roseanne loves true crime stories

It takes a lot to impress Roseanne Barr — and even more to get kudos from her mom Helen.

Ice skating in New York is on the glide path

Rinks around the city are now open and offer something for everyone, whether you want to dance to disco, or learn tricks and curling.

Daily Checkup: Dealing with high risk pregnancies

What is considered a high risk pregnancy? “While there’s no absolute definition, in general there’s either something about the mother’s condition that places her at high risk or something specific to the pregnancy itself."

'Chicago' is the second longest running show on Broadway

With a sexy Bob Fosse move to a saucy Kander and Ebb showtune, the musical “Chicago” become the second longest-running show on Broadway.

“Never Can Say Goodbye': Book review

"Never Can Say Goodbye's" personal musings show a devotion to New York, even as the writers reflect on the reality of being a New Yorker. It’s not always easy.

The Stones, their 'Ya-Ya's' and the Garden, 45 years later

Thursday and Friday mark 45 years since Stones shows at the Garden that hold a towering place in the history of music and New York culture.

Senior abuse center to receive boost from Bronx pol

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention is not in City Councilman James Vacca’s east Bronx district, but the lawma

Isola: Tank goodness Knicks didn't lose to this Sixers team

Maybe what Pat Riley really meant to say is “there is winning and there is misery... and there is the Knicks playing the Sixers on a Saturday night in November.”

Lupica: Time to sack NFL CBA

The most important discipline that the commissioner of the National Football League, Roger Goodell, could hand out is to himself.

Manny Pacquiao defeats Chris Algieri to retain title

Chris Algieri did everything right in the months and weeks leading up to his welterweight title fight with Manny Pacquiao.

Obama, Derek Jeter hit the links of Vegas area golf course

President Obama traded swings with Yankee legend Derek Jeter on Saturday — on a golf course.

'Serious gaps' between world leaders, Tehran: Kerry

THE PROSPECT of a historic nuclear deal with Iran dimmed Saturday as Kerry admitted 'serious gaps' remain between world leaders and Tehran.

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