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Three People Shot At Bronx Fraternity BBQ

13 minutes agoUnited States / New York : Gothamist

Shots rang out during a barbecue gathering in the Bronx Saturday night, sending three men to the hospital with gunshot wounds. [ more › ]

YWCA Resident Accused Of Fatally Stabbing Neighbor 80 Times

13 minutes agoUnited States / New York : Gothamist

A Brooklyn YWCA resident has been arrested after she allegedly fatally stabbed her neighbor, possibly as many as 80 times yesterday. [ more › ]

Investigation Into Vintage World War II Plane Crash Begins

48 minutes agoUnited States / New York : Gothamist

The vintage World War II plane, which crashed into the Hudson River on Friday night, killing its pilot William Gordon, was being inspected this morning at the Wall Street heliport. Gordon's friends said he was a consummate pilot, with one telling the Post, "Something had to have happened with the plane." [ more › ]

Extra, Extra: Trump Derides 'Mexican' Judge Going After Trump University

48 minutes agoUnited States / New York : Gothamist

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Their Sex Life Is Kind of a Downer

Lazy guy on bike: My tailbone hurts.Lazy girl on bike: My vagina bones hurt. –East Village

Salt fines | Quality-of-life criminal reforms | Gawker seeks buyer

The city can start fining chain restaurants up to $600 beginning June 6 for not using a salt-shaker icon on menus to warn customers of foods that contain more sodium than doctors recommend. The rule... To view the full story, click the title link.

Brooklyn's fancy artisanal-food businesses are getting chewed up

It’s the ultimate foodie fantasy. Move to Brooklyn, start an artisanal-food business in your kitchen and expand to become a globally known brand, carried in gourmet shops and Whole Foods stores... To view the full story, click the title link.

It's battle of the band promoters on Randall's Island this summer

This summer, it’s Kanye versus Kendrick in New York City. The famous hip-hop artists will each headline rival three-day music festivals on Randall’s Island. The competing shows by the two... To view the full story, click the title l...

Adore Me showroom | Paloma Rocket craft beer | Fendi SoHo reopening

Companies that would like to have details of openings published should submit descriptions following this format to, with “New in Town” in the subject... To view the full story, click the title link.

Union work crews should be as diverse as New York City

New buildings are sprouting in New York City every day. But longtime residents typically see them as not providing sufficient affordable housing or access to well-paying construction jobs. Meanwhile,... To view the full story, click the title link.

Tourism and Broadways put up record numbers but get mixed reviews

Broadway just danced its way to another record season with more than 13.3 million theatergoers and gross ticket sales of nearly $1.4 billion. An increase is always better than a decline, but like so... To view the full story, click the title link.

The Best Of Bataan

The USS Bataan is an amphibious assault ship commissioned in 1997 and carries multiple helicopters, harrier jets, cannons, missile systems, nearly 2000 marines and over 1000 sailors. In addition, the 844 foot long, 42,000 ton vessel is a 600 bed floating hospital staffed with doctors, nurses and dentists. Show More Summary

Trump Thanks Billy Joel For Implying He's Just 'Another Can Of Beans'

Playing at Madison Square Garden for at least the 31st time since he became an official franchise of the venue, Billy Joel prefaced "The Entertainer" last night by dedicating it to "someone who has kept me very entertained these past...Show More Summary

Enjoy The Sunshine Now, Because This Memorial Day's Going To Be Hot, Humid, Rainy Mess

The beautiful thing about the beginning of super-hot weather season is that the crushing heat and humidity is still a novelty, and it's such a relief to be able to leave your coat at home that you don't even mind that you can't even bend your fingers, they've swelled so much. Show More Summary

Upper West Siders Rejoice: Second Trader Joe's Will Open Before Next Summer

The rumors are true: Trader Joe's is officially opening a second Upper West Side location, on Columbus Avenue and 93rd Street. [ more › ]

Over 80 Cats, 5 Dogs Rescued From NJ Hoarders' 'House Of Horrors'

Police in New Jersey rescued over 80 cats and five dogs from an apartment in West New York, New Jersey yesterday, describing the home as a " house of horrors." [ more › ]

A Memorial Day Weekend Reminder From Hanksy

Street artist and pun king Hanksy has stepped a little bit outside of himself for a Memorial Day Weekend project that he pasted up around Manhattan last night. [ more › ]

Wreckage Of Vintage WWII Plane Lifted From Hudson River

The vintage World War II plane that crashed into the Hudson River last night was lifted out of the water by the Army Corps of Engineers today, and was remarkably intact, considering the dramatic and ultimately fatal crash. A boat-mounted...Show More Summary

8-Year-Old Brought Loaded Gun Into Brooklyn School

An 8-year-old boy is accused of bringing a loaded handgun into his elementary school in Brooklyn yesterday. Police say the gun was found in the boy's backpack, and it's unclear how he ended up with it—they suspect he may have brought it in because he was having a dispute with another child. [ more › ]

Verizon Workers Reach Tentative Agreement To End 44-Day Strike

Nearly 40,000 Verizon workers have been striking in the Northeast since April 13th, after working without a contract since last August, but their unions have now reached a tentative agreement with the telecommunications giant and workers are expected to be back on the job as soon as next week. Show More Summary

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