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Things to Know About Your New York City Rental BEFORE You Sign the Lease Welcome back to guest writer, Nikki R. Thomas, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker and New York City Blogger! Follow her blog, Nikki in NYC and be sure to read her previous MaryinManhattan.com article on owning a home in NYC.

Tin Pan Alley buildings are now NYC landmarks Nearly eight months after a heated Landmarks Preservation Commission hearing, the agency unanimously voted to landmark five buildings on West 28th Street that are associated with Tin Pan Alley, for their connection to the birth of popular music as well as their place in African-American history.

Nomad's Tin Pan Alley, birthplace of American pop music, gains five landmarks During this nearly two-decade period, some of the most memorable songs of the last century were produced, including "God Bless America" and "Take Me Out to the Ball Game." Courtesy of LPC. "I am thrilled the Commission voted to designate these culturally and historically significant buildings," LPC Chair Sarah Carroll said in a press release.

Big Kid on the Block: Walker Hotel Tribeca The smallest hotel rooms I have seen. There's no way around it. They are also luxurious and aesthetically smart, but the beds are built in on three sides and the toilet and stall shower are right-in-there. There are high-tech touches, white-washed brick, big windows with views, and I can imagine once you got in bed you might want to stay there.

Video: Enraged Man Unloads Anti-Semitic Threats On Rabbi At LI Costco Avrumi Fri captured the rant on video. In it, a young man with a chinbeard and bleach-blond hair informs Fri: "the Nazis are gonna fucking kill you." Fri says the man - who has since been identified as Justin Pichizaca, 20 - first approached him in the bathroom on Sunday.

Southwestern Flavors Take Center Stage at Celebrated Restaurateur’s First NYC Spot The Banty Rooster - at 24 Greenwich Avenue, near West 10th Street - brings a menu packed with the flavors of the Southwest, a rich cuisine that's marked by green chiles, blue corn, squash, and lots of beans.

'Alien Property' From A 3,000-Year-Old Buried Civilization Is Now On Display At The Met The 194 orthostats are the basis of the new exhibition, but that isn't the whole story. Because Tabet had learned as a child that his great-grandfather Faek Borkhoche, whom he knew as a quiet school teacher, served as von Oppenheim's translator and secretary in the 1920s.

Skinny but sweet Fort Greene townhouse wants $2.25M The brokerbabble for this cute Fort Greene townhouse boasts that there's "no wasted space" in the whole place, which makes sense; it's a 1,900-square-foot home that, at its widest point, measures 12 feet across. But there's plenty of charm packed into this skinny home, located on Adelphi Street just a couple of blocks from Fort Greene Park.

Read the articles of impeachment against Trump from House Democrats Here are the articles in their entirety:.

A Smile Restored, and a Life Reclaimed The dental work she had done years earlier had not held up, and she was outfitted with dentures in 2014. Last year, she started having oral pain and was told she needed a new partial lower denture, but her insurance would not cover it. "I couldn't eat anything," Ms.

2019 holiday gift guide: The best gifts for kids in New York City Check out our list below for a handful of gift ideas for New York City kids. All of these products have been hand-selected by team 6sqft. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these affiliate links. Image credit: Nikko Salgado for Brooklyn Boulders.

Arrest Finally Made for 2008 Murder of Brooklyn Cabbie CONEY ISLAND - Eleven years later, a man has been arrested for the murder of a livery cab driver. On December 31, 2008, at around 5:10 a.m., 63-year-old Khadim Bhatti was found with a gunshot wound to his abdomen in his livery cab on West 33rd Street and Neptune Avenue.

Rossi Lorathio Adams II gets 14 years for plot to steal domain name at gunpoint A social media influencer has been jailed for 14 years for a violent plot to steal a domain name - with the owner shot, pistol-whipped and held with a gun against his head, authorities have revealed.

Trump reportedly has deal with House Democrats on USMCA President Trump and House Democrats had a rare moment of bipartisan agreement Tuesday after lawmakers said they were close to a deal with Big Labor and the White House over a rewrite of the US-Mexico-Canada trade deal. "Looking like very good Democrat support for USMCA.

Trump blasts Jerrold Nadler, Adam Schiff over articles of impeachment Trump's Twitter response came shortly after Reps. Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler held a news conference to unveil the articles that include abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. "Nadler just said that I 'pressured Ukraine to interfere in our 2020 Election.' Ridiculous, and he knows that is not true," Trump said in the posting.

Top 10 New York Dishes of 2019 From pizza to pasteles, Pete Wells picks some highlights in a year of eating and drinking.

New York's Top 10 New Restaurants of 2019 Pete Wells names his favorites among the new food halls, tasting counters, pasta joints, dim sum parlors and taco trucks he visited this year.

Brookyln Community Board 1's Monthly Public Meeting is Tonight The monthly combined public hearing and Brooklyn Community Board 1 meeting is tonight at the Swinging 60's Senior Center starting at 6 p.m. According to the agenda, there will be a presentation regarding the Accessible Dispatch Program which helps people with disabilities access taxi service in the city.

Early Addition: Has The Internet Lost Its Joy? Because Rudy Giuliani's new spokesperson is a mystery, check out today's midday links: articles of impeachment, Pitchfork's fave albums of year, email signatures, hot Sandler, brave dog and more.

NYC and Newark agree to temporarily suspend controversial homeless relocation program The lawsuit was filed in federal court Monday, as NJ.com first reported, just weeks after Newark passed a law to make the program illegal and ban landlords from taking more than a month's worth of subsidized rent. "Newark is concerned about the living conditions of perhaps one thousand or more SOTA recipients," the lawsuit states.

Tampa police spoof Art Basel $120K banana with $200K ‘Sgt. Donut’ The Florida police department is peddling a doughnut duct-taped to a white wall for $200,000 - a spoof on the now infamous duct-taped banana that fetched a mind-blowing $120,000 at Art Basel Miami Beach. The department's "one-of-a-kind" piece is dubbed "Sgt.

Suspect In Custody After Anti-Semitic Incident In Nassau County Costco Nassau County Police say Justin Pichizaca, 20, threatened two men and a child with violence and yelled slurs at them based on their religion. Avraham Friedman says he was in the men's room at Costco when Pichizaca yelled " Jew, the Nazis will finish you off" at him.

An Exceptional Muffuletta Finally Brings a Taste of New Orleans to NYC Ends Meat, newly opened in the Market Line, is serving up a version of the iconic sandwich with housemade meats.

Steve Homoki, who posted mass-shooting rehearsal videos online, calls them ‘a miniature art project’ Steve Andrew Homoki, 30, was arrested last week - about three months after the clips appeared on his YouTube page under the alias Stephen Anderson. "It was a curiosity, a miniature art project for myself," Homoki told local station KFMB-TV from behind a glass barrier at San Diego Central Jail.

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