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Snobs and the City

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The SATC gals are now total brands for Michael Patrick King to puppeteer (and profit from) By Armond White Sex and the City 2 isn’t meant to be good; it’s meant to be TV, to further change movies into junk culture where you can’t tell one medium from the other. This includes diminishing romance, friendship, [&hellip
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Man Assaulted While Breaking Up Fight

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A 26-year-old Bronx man was attacked after trying to intervene in a fight outside 2049 Broadway and West 71st Street. Police said that May 20 at 2:38 a.m., the man interrupted Artemio Santos’ unprovoked assault on another person. Santos is accused of hitting the victim with the metal part of his belt, causing redness and [&hellip
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Maloney’s Poll Points to Easy Victory

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By Dan Rivoli With barbs being thrown in the race between longtime incumbent Rep. Carolyn Maloney and newcomer Reshma Saujani, the Maloney campaign conducted a poll that shows her cruising to victory. Representing the East Side since 1992 for nine terms in Congress, Maloney is leading her Democratic primary challenger 75 to 7 percent, according [&hellip
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Back from the Dead? GOP Candidates Vie for House Seat

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By Dan Rivoli The GOP used to rule the “Silk Stocking district, a nickname for the more affluent parts of the Upper East Side. But the primacy of liberal Republicans in this area is getting to be as outdated as top hats and monocles. Since Carolyn Maloney"s 1992 victory over incumbent Rep. Bill Green, Republicans [&hellip
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