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Catering to Carnivores —in the Concourse

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Juicy… smoky… tender… salty… savory… satisfying, but ultimately indescribable. The best steak I ever tasted was in a “little spike sandwich in Tri Tip Grill"s “Modest Meal ($5.99), which includes a plain white roll stuffed with 2-and-a-half- to 3-ounces of steak, your choice of salad or sides and a small soda or spring water. My [&hellip
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Where Did My Prescription Go?

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By Dan Rivoli When health lifestyle emporium Thérapie New York shut down its pharmacy department last month, customers" prescriptions were sold to a Duane Reade branch a block away. Some regulars were incensed while others were merely miffed or confused. Was this a violation of privacy? An inconvenience
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Taxi Troubles At Group Stand

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By Aline Reynolds The service may be for everyone, but some Upper East Siders who use the taxi stand on East 79th Street and York Avenue say they are taking a back seat to Wall Street trips. Cabbies who serve passengers there often refuse individual riders who aren"t going to that area, residents say. During [&hellip
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“Memories of My Youth” at UES Gallery

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Our sister site cityArts has this story about a new art exhibit at Adelson Galleries on East 82nd Street. Winfred Rembert: Memories of My Youth focuses on the artist’s youth before the Civil Rights Movement. “The topic could be a morose one, but Rembert"s work is joyous and colorful, while acknowledging the more negative aspects [&hellip
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Pig fit to be tied on West Side

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West Siders got a nose full last week when a restaurant decided to roast a pig in an alley behind their eatery in celebration of their year anniversary, according to this story by the West Side Independent. Apparently, Recipe, which serves rustic new American cuisine, cooked the swine to honor its staff and instead ended [&hellip
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“Take Your Best Shot” of Second Avenue Subway

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Calling all East Side photographers. The Second Avenue Business Association is hosting a competition to find the best construction photos of the Second Avenue Subway Line. Submit your digital photos in black and white or color to sabacontest@gmail.com by May 19th for a chance to win $200 and other prizes. For a full list of [&hellip
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