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  1. Arajar says:
    Hair salons and barbershops started reopening in New York City this week and as they did, appointment requests at top salons have been going through the roof, according to one report.
  2. Vuhn says:
    Yesterday, the New York Times announced that it had hired Sarah Jeong, who is by all accounts an extremely talented tech reporter, as a new member of its editorial board. Today, Jim Hoft, once accurately called the “dumbest man on the internet” by Media Matters, published a collection of Jeong’s tweets which he deemed “racist filth.”Author: Libby Watson.
  3. Malajinn says:
    2 days ago · BUFFALO, N.Y. — On Tuesday Western New York will enter Phase 4 of reopening from Governor Andrew Cuomo's COVID lock down orders, which went into effect in mid-March. However, Phase 4 will not.
  4. Zujinn says:
    Jun 29,  · Monday marks the first in a series of Macy's fireworks shows to celebrate the Fourth of July, the first time the megaretailer has spread its dazzling displays over .
  5. Grokazahn says:
    Jun 22,  · SL Green is one of New York City’s largest office landlords. In June it reported an improvement in its April rent collections at % for office and % for retail, versus an initial tally.
  6. Kara says:
    Jun 26,  · “A few weeks ago, we had a family drive to Erie, Pennsylvania, from either New Jersey or New York somewhere and spend $ on fireworks because they just wanted to .
  7. Mezidal says:
    Jun 30,  · New York City officials on Tuesday agreed to a grim coronavirus-era budget that will sharply curtail municipal services, impose a hiring freeze .
  8. Akigis says:
    Aug 23,  · A UK mom said she was forced to breastfeed her 1-year-old son on the floor of a filthy train car — because not a single commuter got up to offer her a seat, according to a new gukusgardamuroariufym.xyzinfo: Amanda Woods.
  9. Dougami says:
    Jun 20,  · The US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York is responsible for Manhattan — that’s it. The other New York City boroughs are outside the jurisdiction of SDNY. But Manhattan is a lot, it’s important (just ask them), and lots of big cases in politics, finance, business, etc., are handled by the SDNY.

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