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Police Seek Suspects In At Least 7 Violent Robberies In Manhattan

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Police are searching for at least two men accused of attacking seven people in a violent robbery spree. The crime spree began on August 24, and most of the victims have been targeted on the Lower East Side.
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Traffic preparations for UN General Assembly

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UN TRAFFIC PREPARATIONS: NYC DOT joins NYPD, The Mayor’s Office for International Affairs and advocates to announce for the second year, Gridlock Alert Days include the week of the U.N. General Assembly from September 23rd-30th, when Midtown traffic speeds decline to slowest of the year.
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Ric Ocasek, The Cars Lead Singer, Found Dead in Manhattan Home

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Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Ric Ocasek, lead singer of the rock band The Cars, died Sunday in New York at age 75. Police said they received a call around 4 p.m. for an unconscious male at a townhouse on East 19th Street. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Law enforcement sources confirmed the deceased was Ocasek.
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Surviving workers from Windows on the World start new restaurant

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A group of workers from Windows on the World have reopened a newly renovated restaurant that honors their friends who died in the World Trade Center. At the restaurant COLORS on the Lower East Side, they gathered Wednesday, just as they have for 18 years – a family forever connected by 9/11.
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Iconic Paris Theatre in NYC closes its doors

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After more than seven decades in the heart of Manhattan, the Paris Theatre has closed its doors for the last time. A note was posted on the theatre’s doors on 58th Street this week saying that its lease had ended. Rumors had been circulating about its closure since June. The iconic Paris Theatre opened in 1948…
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Dangerous algae blooms found in water in Central Park and Prospect Park

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Officials are warning that children and pets should be kept away from some bodies of water in Central Park and Prospect Park, that have tested positive for potentially dangerous algae blooms. The State Department of Environmental Conservation says water testing confirmed the presence of a bacteria that may produce toxins. It was found in the large pond in Prospect Park, ( Brooklyn ) and in Turtle Pond in Central Park, Manhattan …
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