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In 1887, the New York Sun recounted a bad day at the Westchester County Fair by noting that "Everything seemed to go wrong. The African Dodger was disabled. A very hard ball had explored a very soft region of his cranium and he was laid up for repairs." the sun also reported, with no apparent concern ...
1. Spend the day at the Chinese New Year Parade in New York. It begins at 1pm and runs from Canal Street down Mott Street. 2. Prep for awards shows with The Oscars Trivia at Videology Bar and Cinema tonight. The free event offers a round of drinks to the winning team. 3. Attend Shady Ladies of the Met ...
In 1835, the New York Sun became the world's bestselling newspaper after it reported on the discovery of bat-like humanoid creatures living on the moon. By the end of the 19th century, some of the United States' largest news platforms - William Randolph Hearst's International News Service, the United ...
The Museum of the city of New York released the following photo from their extensive archives in September 2012, captioned: "Today in 1833, a 10-year-old boy named Barney Flaherty became the first newsboy after responding to an ad in the New York Sun. Newsboys became a prominent fixture in New ...

... president's good intentions are hollow, and the dissidents with whom he meets are props. * Eli Lake is a Bloomberg View columnist. He was the senior national security correspondent for the Daily Beast and covered national security and intelligence for the Washington Times, the New York Sun and UPI.
The Left is politicizing the #MeToo movement, undermining a valid and important resetting of our cultural norms. Spotlighting sexual misconduct has become a cudgel in the hands of those who would unseat President Trump · Donald John TrumpTillerson: Russia already looking to interfere in 2018 ...
1. Today is the Super Bowl, and you should be celebrating in New York. There are sports bars, football events and the best places to watch the game. 2. Blue Ribbon is serving a fried chicken sandwich with three forms of truffles. Get it all month long for less than 10 dollars. 3. The Handmaid's Tale actor ...
New York;Sun, some clouds;32;30;SSW;10;35%;4%;3. New York Jfk;Some sun;31;28;SSW;14;43%;4%;3. New York Lga;Some sun;32;30;SSW;12;40%;4%;3. Newburgh;Inc. clouds;29;24;S;8;48%;25%;3. Niagara Falls;Afternoon flurries;30;27;SSW;13;58%;80%;1. Ogdensburg;Some afternoon snow;24;21 ...
1. It's the last day of BroadwayCon in New York! Head over to the Javits Center to meet your favorite theater stars, buy souvenirs and attend workshops. 2. The Grammy Awards are tonight in New York City. We have everything you need to know, from street closures to concerts you can actually attend. 3.
After 65 years of battling against the influence of organized crime on the docks, the Waterfront Commission of New York harbor is fighting for its own survival. Its biggest threat has come not from the mob in Brooklyn or Bayonne, N.J., but from elected officials in Trenton. On Monday, New Jersey's departing ...
1. Today is your last chance to see Charlie and the chocolate Factory on Broadway. The show is transferring to a national tour beginning this September. 2. The international music showcase Global Fest begins in New York today. It has everything from Indian hip-hop to Iranian folk. 3. Miss Saigon also ...
1. It's your last day to see the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree! The Norway Spruce will be taken down tonight after 9pm. 2. Today is the No Pants Subway Ride in New York. Commute in your underwear from 3 to 5pm today. 3. Today is your last chance to visit the Louis Vuitton exhibition in New York.
Beginning on Jan. 1, state residents may take up to eight weeks of paid leave at 50 percent of their average weekly wage. Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined the new program on Long Island on Dec. 31, 2017. ELIZABETHTOWN | New Yorkers gained a new safety net on Jan. 1. The state's new paid family leave ...

1. If you're going to Times Square on New Year's Eve, make sure to stay warm! Get there by entering from the north after 3pm today. 2. Attend the Purple rain Dance Party at Syndicated tonight. Ring in the new year by dancing to classics from Prince. 3. Hop aboard the New Year's Eve Luxury Dinner Cruise ...
1. Today is Jason Mraz's last day in Waitress on Broadway, but Sara Bareilles just announced that she'll be extending her run. She'll play Jenna through March 11 now instead of February 25. 2. It's your last day to see Ai Weiwei's sprawling fence sculptures in New York. The one in Washington Square Park ...
What the Reilleys saw is a sun pillar, said weather Channel meteorologist Brian Donegan, who lives in Central New York. Sun pillars can happen at sunset or sunrise when thin clouds -- called cirrostratus clouds -- float about two to three miles above the earth. At that height, the clouds are so cold they're ...
1. It's the last day to visit the statue of a hippo in a tutu at Lincoln Center. It's inspired by Disney film Fantasia and Edgar Degas' work. 2.
2. Prepare for Thanksgiving with the Bake the Book class at milk Bar in Williamsburg. Today you'll learn how to make pumpkin pie cake and ...
1.Grab a bowl of noodles at Pasta Flyer, a new fast casual restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Mark Ladner. 2. Littlefield in Gowanus will be ...
1. It's the Giant Pumpkin Weekend at the New York Botanical garden. Visit the garden to see gigantic gourds as you sip spiked apple cider. 2.
He went on to work for the New York Post, the now-defunct New York Sun, and Fortune -- and, after getting laid off from Fortune, a hedge fund ...
Barnard often would walk to Hays City to purchase new books, and sometimes would go without food for himself to pay for subscriptions to the New York Sun, Popular science, National Geographic and other periodicals for his students. By 1911, however ...
The 1917 New York Sun report I quoted at the start of this column was headlined "A guide for income tax payers." It tried to simplify matters by using the "concrete example" of a taxpayer named John Doe, a married man who earned $10,000 a year (about ...
At the time, Eton Park was said to be the biggest-ever hedge fund launch, with $3.5 billion in capital commitments, according to the New York Sun. But now, its holdings, which once ballooned to $14 billion, have withered down to $7 billion, after the ...
One of the most important things we learned Monday from the House Intelligence Committee hearings on Russian influence of the 2016 elections was that the hackers may have wanted to get caught.
"This Hartley . . . is a lean, intellectual, disillusioned type," McBride wrote in the New York Sun: "'Very American,' as the Berlin newspapers said; so American that it is a fair guess that he is a Yankee.
FBI Director James Comey pauses as he testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Monday, March 20, 2017, before the House Intelligence Committee hearing on allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S.
Seth Lipsky did call one day and invite me to his editorial office at The New York Sun. Seth has always had an eclectic group of friends.
The New York Sun even asked in a column, "Should a minister of the gospel ride a bicycle?" Despite these qualms, the American bicycle craze reached a pinnacle in the 1890s largely because of the introduction of pneumatic tires, with clubs forming from ...
The Devil in New York: The Witchcraft Trial of Goody Garlick, with scholar Tara Rider discussing witchcraft hysteria in 17th-century New York. Sun., March 19, 2 p.m., King Manor Museum, 150-03 Jamaica Ave., Jamaica. Free. Info/registration (req'd ...
The current scandal surrounding President Donald Trump's tweeted accusations that his predecessor wiretapped Trump Tower is proof of what might be called the Salena Zito rule.
DETAILS: Jazzstock will present a performance by Giacomo Gates and the Don Mille Trio. Gates was chosen in a 2012 Downbeat Critic's poll as a rising star male vocalist.
... affect travel on the trestles, but before 10 o'clock all attempt at regularity in dispatching and running trains was abandoned, and not one-tenth of the number of trains usually in progress on the roads were in motion," an article in the New York ...
In this Friday photo, a woman walks through a winter snow storm in Philadelphia. On Saturday, meteorologists at the National Weather Service forecasted a blizzard watch for coastal regions including New York City and Boston for Monday night, into ...
(Telling this story makes me feel a little like the editor of The (New York) Sun, who in 1897 printed the "Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus" editorial.
Washington is in need of fainting couches. On Saturday, President Donald Trump tweeted that his predecessor, Barack Obama, ordered a wiretap on him before the election.
... raised to despise as 'the scum of the earth'/on the nose, etc: the New York Post and the New York Sun. ~~~ Had a similar experience in Sydney.
As editor of the New York Sun, Church responded to the summer 1897 letter of 8-year-old Virginia O'Hanlon who desperately asked whether Santa Claus existed.
A similarly exaggerated profile of another 19th-century card player appearing in an 1881 issue of The New York Sun that provided one of "The Many Versions of Bat Masterson.
"Newsies The musical" combines this love interest and a reporter character from the movie to create Plumber, a reporter from the New York Sun who is looking to make it big by breaking the story of the newsies strike, hoping to finally be taken ...
New York "sun" incentive. New York state's Sun Initiative provides incentives of roughly 15 percent of installation costs, reducing the upfront cost of the solar energy system to the building.
The Oak Ridge Civic music Association will present another coffee concert this Sunday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the Oak Ridge First Presbyterian Church, 1051 Oak Ridge Turnpike.
Each year at Christmas, countless newspapers reprint the classic editorial from the New York Sun responding to 8-year-old Virginia O'Hanlon on Sept.
Three months after he bought the place in 1928, Gehrig spoke with a reporter from the New York Sun on the front lawn. "Not a bad joint is it?
"Not a bad joint, is it?" he was quoted in a story published in The New York Sun on Jan. 9, 1928. "Not a new place, but it will be as good as new when I get 'er all dolled up.


 

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