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   A new Bankrate analysis found New York to be the worst city to retire in. Surprise, surprise, New York City is the nation’s worst place to retire, according to a study conducted by financial services company Bankrate Inc. In fact, cities...
http://youtu.be/EvuL5jyCHOw LENNY KRAVITZ On May 26, 1964: Musician, songwriter, and actor Lenny Kravitz was born in Manhattan. Kravitz’s music incorporates elements of rock, funk, R&B, reggae, soul, and even psychedelic rock. He won the Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance...
   Pop culture royalty never looked so bodacious. Pratt Institute student Jake Schiappacasse took an assignment to create playing cards and made a set celebrating the Kardashian-West family.    Kim Kardashian West, in a baroque-style outfit, represents the queen of the deck. Kanye...
    The city’s air is polluting children’s brains. Big Apple kids exposed to high levels of airborne filth and economic hardship have lower IQs that will haunt them into adulthood, according to an exhaustive, first-of-its-kind study by Columbia University. “The findings are...
    Julieta Gismondi Paddle Boarding Trip MIDTOWN — Julieta Gismondi became the first stand-up paddleboarder to sail around Long Island when she landed safely back in Manhattan Tuesday night, Gismondi and her collegues at the Manhattan Kayak Company told DNAinfo. The 30-year-old...
   INWOOD — Curvily, a plus-size fashion blog for women, is helping put Uptown Manhattan on the style map. Inwood resident Sarah Chiwaya launched the blog, which has almost 17,000 followers, in January 2013. The site features Chiwaya showing off her...
   FORT GEORGE — Bright geometric patterns, colorful typography and naturalistic landscapes now fill the 191st Street tunnel, thanks to the work of a group of artists who brought their signature styles to the formerly dark and dingy passageway. The Department...
   LIGHTS OUT On May 18, 1942: Mayor La Guardia instituted practice blackouts and drills as a precaution for air raids. Defense officials realized that the City’s signs, street lamps, and residential lights were the biggest threat, which led to “dim outs.” This...
Officials pointed to the large amount of Bronxites working in wholesale food distribution as one reason for the borough's high wages.View Full Caption DNAinfo/Eddie Small THE BRONX — New Yorkers looking for a high-paying job outside of Manhattan should head to...
   BREAKING GROUND On May 14, 1959: President Dwight Eisenhower broke ground for the new Lincoln Center on the West Side. During the ceremony, he stated that the center would act as “mighty influence for peace and understanding throughout the world.” Andrew H. Walker...
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