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Car Broken Into

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A 50-year-old man"s GPS device was taken from his 2006 Chevrolet. Police said that the man parked his car across the street from 67 E. 95th St., between Park and Madison avenues. When he went to his car April 29 at 7:30 p.m., he discovered that his driver"s side window was broken and the $350 [&hellip
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Bedbugs on the Upper East Side

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“Rats on the West Side, bedbugs uptown is a line from Shattered, the Rolling Stones ode to New York. Who knew that Mick and the boys would be so prescient though? This week"s New York Magazine has a long form masterpiece about an invasion of things that go creepy crawly in the dark on the [&hellip
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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

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How I finally kicked my decades-long nicotine habit By Rosemary Kalikow “Don’t you want to be alive to dance at my wedding someday?” asked my 18-year-old son, Brett. My husband and I were up in Cambridge for the first parents’ college weekend. Brett was apparently majoring in Jewish guilt at Harvard. “How can a mother [&hellip
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Hess Reflects on City’s Homeless Record, Looks to Future at Doe Fund

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By Charlotte Eichna Robert Hess seems to have always been helping people, whether it’s managing special needs housing in Philadelphia, running a thrift store for Disabled American Veterans in Baltimore—his hometown—or his most recent gig, New York City’s commissioner of homeless services. The Long Island City resident recently stepped down from that role to assume [&hellip
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