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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 22:52
Police Seek This Man For Allegedly Killing Cyclist & Driving Away A driver suspected of fleeing the scene after killing a cyclist with his BMW in Bushwick earlier this month has been identified as 21-year-old Kareem Q. Jordan, and police are asking for the public's help locating him. [ more › ]






Author: "Lauren Evans" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 22:26
Photos: Taylor Swift Shops At McNally Jackson, Will Save Book Publishing Musician and new New Yorker Taylor Swift was spotted at McNally Jackson this afternoon—one of our favorite bookstores! And she emerged with TWO shopping bags—this is surely good news for book publishers, right? [ more › ]






Author: "Jen Chung" Tags: "Arts & Entertainment"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 22:08
'Fauxsumerism' Alert: Mysterious Millennials Are Browsing But Not Buying :( Youths! We're an unpredictable bunch, that's for certain; the architects of a new world disorder befuddling to anyone old enough to enjoy a Steely Dan concert. We've created social media apps so as to forgo parties in favor of pantsless alone time, funneled drugs from the Internet to our bedrooms using digital currency and Googled bizarre exaltations in our most desperate hours of unemployment. And today we millennials can add another distinguishing badge to our sashes: perpetual browsers. [ more › ]






Author: "Helen Holmes" Tags: "Arts & Entertainment"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 21:45
#MyNYPD Twitter Outreach Isn't Going So Great For The NYPD You know what they say: The best laid plans of mice and the NYPD often go awry, to epic effect. Our own benevolent police department, eternally committed to ensuring the safety of its citizens, solicited fans to tweet photos of officers doing good around town—tossing a ball with the kids, petting neighborhood cats, you know, normal cop stuff. [ more › ]






Author: "Lauren Evans" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 21:27
My Waiter Was Rude, What Should I Tip? Twenty percent. Except in cases of fire, injury, or severe abuse, this is the correct percentage to tip your server. The recent plight of a Gothamist tipster (ha) has prompted us to clarify our tipping policy. [ more › ]






Author: "Christopher Robbins" Tags: "Food"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 21:00
Video: Today's 50th Anniversary World's Fair Lines Were Legendary When the World's Fair opened 50 years ago today, the skies were rainy and protesters threatened to obstruct the festivities. Reportedly many were scared off not just by the weather and demonstrators ("Civil Rights proponents hope to stage a variety of dramatic protests inside the World's Fair at the opening"), but by a threat to pull emergency cords on subways, which was part of the "stall-in" plan: [ more › ]






Author: "Jen Carlson" Tags: "Arts & Entertainment"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 20:37
NYPD Refuses To Return Bike Of Slain Williamsburg Cyclist On Kingsland Avenue in Greenpoint, there's a warehouse that contains thousands of bicycles impounded by the NYPD. Some were confiscated off the streets for routine reasons, say, for interfering with a presidential motorcade. Others belong to cyclists who were injured or killed in traffic collisions—like that of Mathieu Lefevre, who died after he was hit by the driver of a flatbed truck in Williamsburg in December of 2011. [ more › ]






Author: "Lauren Evans" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 20:20
5 Intoxicating Reasons To Attend The Manhattan Cocktail Classic Dust off your finest tuxedo because the Manhattan Cocktail Classic and its exceptional opening gala have returned for another week of excessive alcohol consumption—but in a classy way. Beginning on Friday, May 9rd and continuing through May 13th, the city's cocktail enthusiasts attend workshops, tours and thinly-veiled binge drinking soirees. Many of the punchier events have sold out, but there are definitely a few gems still in the mix, especially the dazzling opening gala at the New York Public Library's main branch. [ more › ]






Author: "Nell Casey" Tags: "Food"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 20:05
Inflatable Hot Tubs Coming To NYC Roof For 'Epic' Nightlife Movie Experience Soaking in a rooftop hot tub with a few pals, gazing out over the city's twinkling skyline, and sipping a few cocktails while you watch a movie—well that does sound delightful. But if we know anything about going out in this city, it's that things are never going to be like what you think they're going to be like... unless, were you picturing this?: [ more › ]






Author: "Jen Carlson" Tags: "Arts & Entertainment"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 19:50
NY Pols: What Is Airbnb Hiding From Us? Airbnb is in court today fighting New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's subpoena for the records of its 15,000 hosts. “In general, the rule is: if you are subpoenaed for information, and you have nothing to hide, you turn it over,” State Senator Liz Krueger said at a press conference today. “When you have something to hide, you refuse to cooperate. And that is what we feel is exactly what’s happening.” [ more › ]






Author: "Christopher Robbins" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 19:25
Electric Zoo To Return With Drug-Sniffing Dogs And Anti-Drug PSAs The folks behind Electric Zoo have confirmed the electronic music festival will return to Randall's Island this summer, despite the drug-related deaths of two attendees last year. This time around, organizers are promising some updated safety measures, like hiring plainclothes security guards who specialize in narcotics, free/cheap electrolytes available for purchase, and required PSAs pre-concert. Oh, and there will be drug-sniffing dogs stationed at all concert entrances. Only eight hours of DJ Tiesto could make this festival sound more fun. [ more › ]






Author: "Rebecca Fishbein" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 19:08
NY Philharmonic Will Perform Live Scores To Pixar Movies In May Forget your mancave set-up with surround sound and subwoofers—if you want to really enjoy the some celebrated movies' soundtracks, head to Lincoln Center to listen to the New York Philharmonic perform the scores from many of Pixar's movies, including the Toy Story trilogy, Finding Nemo and Wall·E, in Pixar in Concert. Clips from the films will be screened along with the live musical accompaniment. [ more › ]






Author: "Jen Chung" Tags: "Arts & Entertainment"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 18:48
Mets Pitcher Matt Harvey Deletes Twitter Account After Tweeting Middle Finger Photo Poor Matt Harvey. The Mets starter and ace reporter had injured his UCL last year and ended up getting Tommy John surgery. Today was the sixth month anniversary, so Harvey Tweeted a photograph of himself in recovery, flipping the bird, "I can’t believe it’s been 6 months already #tommyjohn" [ more › ]






Author: "Jen Chung" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 18:42
Yankee Stadium's Long, Strange Soccer History Yesterday's news of NYC FC making Yankee Stadium their home for the forseeable future may have come as a surprise to some, but perhaps it shouldn't. The original Yankee Stadium was a regular host to big soccer matches throughout its history. [ more › ]






Author: "Dan Dickinson" Tags: "Arts & Entertainment"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 18:25
There Is An OLD BAY Seasoned Beer Old Bay seasoning is perfect, and perfectly in season right now with the reemergence of alfresco seafood. But this seasoning can be placed on or in just about anything (UTZ potato chips, vodka, everything). And now it's in your beer. Old Bay, what can't it do? [ more › ]






Author: "Jen Carlson" Tags: "Food"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 18:10
FDNY Investigates Long Ambulance Delay In Fire That Killed Two Kids As the family mourns the deaths of four-year-old half-siblings in a Far Rockaway house fire, the city is investigating why it took so long for ambulances to arrive at the scene. [ more › ]






Author: "Jen Chung" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 17:55
Early Addition: Uber Turns Boston Marathon Bombing Into Branding Opportunity A big Speed collection, a Columbus Circle crash, player takes baseball to the face, women don't like sports cars and more midday links. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]






Author: "Nell Casey" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 17:40
Aaron Sorkin Explains It All: 'The Newsroom' Has Been Terribly Misunderstood "I think you and I got off on the wrong foot with The Newsroom and I apologize and I’d like to start over.” [ more › ]






Author: "Aleksander Chan" Tags: "Arts & Entertainment"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 17:25
NYC Earth Day, Brought To You By Toyota, United, & Con Ed How do you like your conscience—coddled or questioned? Two very different Earth Day events are taking place simultaneously today, one in Union Square, and the other in Zuccotti Park. [ more › ]






Author: "Christopher Robbins" Tags: "News"
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Date: Tuesday, 22 Apr 2014 17:10
 
Di Fara has notoriety and Roberta's has the Clintons but it's the city's slice joints that win our hearts for sheer volume, convenience and no attitude pies—or lots of attitude, depending on where you end up. They're also the focus of The New York Pizza Project, a pet photography idea from five native New Yorkers that eclipsed its humble beginnings and is now destined for coffee tables citywide. Since beginning the project three years ago, the dudes have visited over 100 pizza shops across the five boroughs, interviewing owners, regulars and pie slingers on their journey. Their stipulations: no chains and no pie-only joints. [ more › ]






Author: "Nell Casey" Tags: "Food"
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