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Edward Hopper's Inspirations in New York City
If you are the nostalgic sort, you might long for Hopper’s paintings to represent reality, and for that reality to still exist on the streets of the city. You might want to find an actual diner, for...
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Shakespeare reconstruction, storm sewer going to ...
Jeff Heuchert, Gazette staff The city is going to tender on two delayed infrastructure projects totalling an estimated $5.2 million: the reconstruction of Shakespeare Street and the next phase of the...
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New York Toys With Out Of State Partner
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and Fifth Avenue on the right. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Out of state investors in real estate partnerships in high tax states sometimes get nasty...
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Art exhibit ties up NYC park
NEW YORK A New York City artist has lassoed a small public park, creating a whimsical landscape of bright red, yellow and blue enclosures out of recycled lobster rope for visitors to...
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Silvermine Arts Center to Host Walking Art Tours ...
Do you have an interest in New York City art and architecture and want to learn more? Silvermine Arts Center will be offering two walking tours this spring in New York City, providing unique...
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Take your runners and see New York close-up
FOR most people arriving in New York, tipping a cab driver is one of the first things to do. For me, the tip went the other way. "Walk everywhere," my surprisingly friendly taxi driver said. "Just...
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