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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Sporting a massive headdress of blue peacock feathers and a bikini shimmering with precious stones, supermodel Naomi Campbell highlighted the parade of samba schools as Rio's Carnival climaxed on its final night.
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officials and bus riders in Brooklyn and Queens scrambled to make
alternative travel arrangements last night after a midnight strike
deadline for the city and two private bus lines passed without
resolution.Workers at Command Bus Company of East New York,
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show that between July 2003 and July 2004, 92,564 people moved to Nevada. That
is roughly 7700 per month or 10 new residents per hour. The population boom has
also affected the housing prices. From the...
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According to Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, "Vancouver Polar Bear Swim Club is one of the largest and oldest
Polar Bear Clubs in the world. Its first initial swim was in
1920 when a small number of hardy swimmers took the plunge into...
The New York Times reported on Friday that media mogul Rupert Murdoch is set to buy a Fifth Avenue triplex for $44 million -- in cash.
Murdoch, the billionaire chairman of the News Corp, has agreed to pay the...
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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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Radio bad boy Howard Stern is planning a rally in Gotham's Union Square today, where he'll rail against corporate radio and hand out "electronic turkeys," expected to be Sirius satellite radios, to fans.
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