As many people exhaust utilizing all the space possible in their apartments, sometimes the clutter can fill to the hall and other common places. And sure, the apartment building roof might not be sanctioned for barbecues, but no one really minds, do they? But Gothamist...
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More Meatpacking fun! The NYT, bless its heart, takes a look at the dueling plans for Pier 57 in Chelsea that have long obsessed us. (It's Cipriani against Chelsea Piers, with a decision due any day.) But we're more taken today with the news that a stealth garbage truck...
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The first nine of the 164 token booths scheduled for closing will be shut down in April. The Daily News says the first retired booths will include ones in Union Square and Penn Station, and then the remaining booths will close weekly until October. Then, 600 of the clerks...
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For the second time this month the New York City Fire
Department was called in to investigate a potential gas leak on W.
15th St. The culprit this time around was the exhaust
system at Armory Place,
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According to New York Daily News, Starbucks is making changes to its menu. The coffee giant got 12 percent of its $4 billion in sales through food last year, mostly with cold items like cookies, muffins and...
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Philadelphia Daily News and Inquirer reports that residents plan to argue tonight against a proposal that could turn a historical Delanco mansion into a
residential treatment facility for 36 troubled youths.
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The smallest surviving baby on record was born
at the Loyola University Medical Center on September 19th. She was born one of twins at only 8.6 oz
beating the previous record holder weighing in at only 9.9 oz. Eighteen of the twenty
surviving smallest babies are female....
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