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wpix.comFive teenagers were rushed to the hospital Friday afternoon after drinking blue liquid from a water fountain, PIX 11 News has learned. The group of film students got severely ill after taking a drink from the fountain during a dance class at the New York...
Postcards from FloridaSo where are people headed for Labor day this year? According to Priceline's annual list of Top 50 Labor Day Destinations, the hottest spots are stateside, not international. This year's list is dominated by New York, Chicago, Seattle, St. Louis and...
wpix.comA man was killed in a car accident early Wednesday morning on the Brooklyn Bridge. According to police, the driver of a grey 2008 Honda Accord was traveling northbound, towards Manhattan, on the bridge at around 4:10am when it crashed into the rear of...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Health, WPIX, Brooklyn Bridge, Vehicles
Special to The Los Angeles TimesNew York On Park Avenue, begonias are blooming in hues matching the blur of passing taxicabs. At Bryant Park, the white tents of Fashion Week have been tucked away, and grass now shines on the lawn. And throughout the city, hotels and restaurants are...
Times Staff WriterThe graffiti subculture has long been a boys club, but Claw Money has got the guys beat. The street artist is translating her signature tag — a three-taloned claw scrawled from Downtown L.A. to Milan to her native New York City — into a full...
We all know trying to get out of the downtown area during rush hour is a headache to begin with; but throw a huge fire into the mix and you can just forget about getting anywhere fast. - Photos: Downtown Indianapolis Fire "I was just trying to go...
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Chicago TribuneHere's a treat. In Greenwich Village, on the isle of Manhattan, a Jewish Falstaff named Kenny Shopsin and his family serve up an inspired array of dishes at Shopsin's restaurant. (Check out www.shopsins.com and see what you think of the menu.) The...
Times Staff WriterIt's 10 o'clock, and the tri-level Modernist mini-manse near the crest of Laurel Canyon Boulevard is swathed in sharp morning sunlight, the Rudolf M. Schindler design aglow against a sky of L.A. blue. It seems a perfect picture, but the photographer in...
Tribune staff reportersTo make a statement about the resiliency of Chicagoans in the face of crisis, city leaders urged workers to head back to their offices Wednesday, a day after terrorists unleashed an unprecedented attack upon the U.S. "I think they can go to work--they...
Times Staff WriterMore than six months after terrorists dealt New York a devastating blow, the city is getting on with things. Tourists are venturing back, and many are inevitably drawn downtown to the haunting ground zero site, as I was recently. Some come to grieve. Some...
Tags: Onions, Oysters, Salt, Gustav Klimt, Mussels
Times Staff WriterIt's a drag that "cool" has become such a useless word. Ever since advertisers appropriated the marker in the late 1960s, as the very cool social critic Thomas Frank has observed, it's been increasingly tough to stick it to the Man or at least look like...
The Hartford CourantA colorful neon sign -- ``Cafe Internet, Food & Drink'' -- lit up for the first time on Main Street this week in a small city once known worldwide for its hat-making industry. If the outside promised lattes and bored cyber-slackers, the inside of...
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