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The SwampBy Jim Tankersley Top Obama administration officials are taking to the airwaves today, hoping to reassure the nation that the federal government is responding to the threat of a human swine flu outbreak. The issue is "serious enough to be......
Spin CycleU.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, key player in the process, is backing Loretta Lynch for U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, which encompasses Suffolk, Nassau, Queens and Brooklyn. She's held the post before -- at the end......
Tags: New York, United States, Corruption, Lawyers, Kathleen Rice
Spin CycleHold the Mayo. It was time for noshing, not nachos. For the 27th year, Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-Roslyn Heights) imported a truck full of pastrami, corned beef and other New York deli delicacies from Queens for his annual fundraiser and......
Reality CheckI guess Tyra Banks is hoping that the saying “Big Things Come In Small Packages” will work to her advantage this season of America’s Next Top Model. This cycle, the host and creator of the show has opened up the competition......
The TV ZoneTurns out "The Office" not only turns out pretty darned brilliant finales - like Toby's exit, of last week - but manages to inspire first-rate parodies too. (I'm not sure what that means, but it means something.) Yes, I've......
Tags: New York, Celebrities, Spin out
The Swampby Mark Silva and Michael Muskal That kiddie-chatter from the control tower at JFK International Airport is the air-traffic-control heard 'round the world today. And Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood isn't laughing. The secretary today promised senators...
The further we're pulled into the 21st century, the further we travel from the screen comedians of the early sound era. When I was growing up, all sorts of films (great, terrible, in between) featuring the Marx Brothers, Laurel and Hardy, W.C. Fields...
NEW YORK – With the final blasts of brass and percussion at the end of Respighi's "Feste Romane" rattling Carnegie Hall to its foundation, Riccardo Muti ended the American leg of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's October tour in triumph Friday night....
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If you didn’t know better, you’d think Lady Gaga was in the house and the kids were piling in to catch a glance. But these kids are different. Sure, they’ve got guitars strapped over their shoulders and anticipation in their eyes....
Tags: Kanye West, B.B. King, J.J. Johnson, Buddy Guy, Music Theater
It never has been easy to define jazz, but the task won't be any simpler at this weekend's UCF Orlando Jazz Festival, which aims to introduce music fans to the scope of the genre's influences. At concerts Friday and Saturday, March 22-23, at the...
A determined weepie, "Any Day Now" lives for such scenes as an adoptive parent being pulled away, screaming, from the child with Down syndrome whom he has come to know and love. The movie has heart and soul and a load of justifiable outrage. Here's what...
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