Posts Tagged ‘Hell’s Kitchen’

What to Watch This Week: Breaking Bad Returns

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Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston. Photo courtesy of AMC. BY Magdalena Burnham Monday – July 9   Eureka   The SmartDust control unit breaks, causing the town’s communication system to go haywire. The bio-printer vanishes and Holly is acting weird. That doesn’t sound that dramatic after last week’s episode brought up the possibility that the population of Eureka might be destroyed forever.  Airs at [&hellip
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TV: What’s on This Week

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eureka By Magdalena Burnham Monday – July 2   Eureka Eureka gets cut off from the world and the entire population might be destroyed. Wow, Eureka is not messing around with the stakes of this episode.  Airs at 9:00 on Syfy.   Also On: 8:00 – Hell’s Kitchen (Fox) 8:00 – The Bachelorette (ABC) 10:00 – [&hellip
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Tom Duane Closes Door on Senate

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By Megan Bungeroth and Alissa Fleck Last week, State Sen. Tom Duane surprised both the political world and his constituents by announcing his intention to retire at the end of his current Senate term. The seven-term Democratic legislator, who represents parts of the Upper West Side as well as Clinton, Hell’s Kitchen, Chelsea, the West [&hellip
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Here Come the Bees: City Has Too Many Hives Say Experts

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By Paul Bisceglio If dodging speeding cabs, wayward cyclists, and lost tourists on the city’s sweltering streets this summer isn’t enough, here’s another thing to look out for: bees — a whole freakin’ lot of ‘em. Honeybee swarms of cinematic proportions have terrified city goers this spring from Brooklyn to the Bronx. They bombarded a [&hellip
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Out on the Streets

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Some advocates and politicians say the City has turned its back on its homeless population, which had close to 40,000 people in the shelter system in Dec. 2011. PHOTO BY Patr icia voulgaris by Megan Bungeroth with additional reporting by Marissa Maier Homeless New Yorkers face new challenges in light of cutbacks It’s no shock that a still-struggling economy, an ever-more-expensive city and a continually burgeoning population have combined to produce record-high rates of homelessness in New York. What may shock some, however, is how difficult it is for the city to help its homeless [&hellip
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Horsedrawn Carriages May Be Forced Into Retirement

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Assemblymember Rosenthal re-doubles effort to ban horse-drawn carriages in NYC. “Handsome cabs,” the horse-drawn carriages and tourist draw that occupy much of Central Park and environs, may be about to have their “licenses suspended” indefinitely. The proposed retirement plan was brought to State Legislators by Senator Tony Avella (D-Bayside) and Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal (D/WF-Manhattan), [&hellip
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