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Empire State Building

A famous rabbit warren of alpine office towers, corporate plazas and Colonial-era lanes mobbed...

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Take a Virtual Tour of the Financial District and the Battery

A famous rabbit warren of alpine office towers, corporate plazas and Colonial-era lanes mobbed...

discovered 1 month ago on New York Times

Revered Midtown sports bar Foley’s, with its memorabilia and memories, to close doors for good after...

Owner Shaun Clancy, in an emotional Friday announcement via Twitter, said the beloved W. 33rd St....

discovered 1 month ago on New York Daily News

How Geology Shaped New York City's Skyline

Tall buildings seem to be everywhere in New York, but a closer look reveals that they actually are clustered in two distinct areas: Downtown, the...

discovered 1 month ago on Forbes

Cuomo: No current plans for state layoffs, furloughs

As municipalities across New York begin the harsh work of trimming their payrolls, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Thursday said he is hopeful the state can...

discovered 1 month ago on Albany Times Union

Inland Empire will worship in person after state gives green light

The past three days have brought notable changes to the Inland Empire, as both Riverside and San...

discovered 1 month ago on Los Angeles Times

Foley's NY announces it won't reopen

The coronavirus lockdown has claimed a New York institution. "Foley's won't reopen," owner Shaun Clancy said in a Twitter video on Friday. The Irish bar...

discovered 1 month ago on FOX 5 New York

5-Star Reviews for "Out of the Gulch" Make Frederic Marsh Civish Jr.'s Memoir “A Must Read”

May 29, 2020 Born in a small coal mining town in 1931, Frederic Marsh Civish, Jr. lived through...

discovered 1 month ago on Houston Chronicle

An Empire State of Green

In a city brought to its knees by the Great Depression, the Empire State Building seemed to be the only thing that rose. Business was ...

discovered 1 month ago on Washington Post


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