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   Police say this man followed a woman into her Gramercy apartment and tried to rape her Saturday morning. A 25-year-old woman managed to fight off a creep who followed her into her Manhattan apartment and tried to rape her early...
   Linda Chaplin of Harlem is worried that the rising cost of rent will force people who grew up in her neighborhood to move out. Rent in Harlem has soared a whopping 90% since 2002. The rent is too damn high. Rent...
   Broadway's revenue and attendance figures both hit record highs for the third season in a row, fed largely by premium prices and a steady stream of more shows. The Broadway League said Tuesday that box offices reported a record total...
   Five people were injured when an out-of-control driver slammed a mini van through the front display window of a Queens supermarket on Tuesday, police said. The driver of the gray minivan, drove straight at the front window of the Pathmark...
   The 8-year-old son of a former MTA bus driver told his dad that he “broke his heart” when he killed his mother. In an emotional statement read Tuesday during the Queens Supreme Court sentencing of Carlos Evelyn, the child’s heartache...
   Juelz Santana and Jadakiss are hoping to organize a concert to raise moeny for Chinx's family. Chinx's funeral takes place today in Queens, and while donations toward his family will be accepted at the service, a few fellow New York...
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 ballots have been cast in this year's round of participatory budgeting, and the results are in. Now New Yorkers can see exactly what they've chosen to fund where by consulting a map published by City Council.    24 city council...
   CHELSEA — The Department of Sanitation is replacing Chelsea's worn wire baskets with larger cans. City Councilman Corey Johnson allocated $70,000 for new green metal bins and more frequent waste pickups across Chelsea, Greenwich Village and Hell's Kitchen. He unveiled...
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