Posts Tagged ‘women’

Tapped In: Micro-Apt Design Winner, Fighting Heart Disease in Women, History Buffs Show

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town, Our Town

Apartment NEW WEBSITE MAKES GOVERNMENT MORE TRANSPARENT Want to know more about how city officials are spending taxpayers’ money? Now there’s a website that helps you follow the buck. The website, called Checkbook 2.0, was recently released by City Comptroller John Liu. City residents can now see inside New York’s purse and look up department payrolls, [&hellip
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Football for the Everyday Life

Written by admin on . Posted in On Topic OTDT, Opinion and Column

Manhattan women and sport—not so far apart By Lorraine Duffy Merkl The New York Jets and Giants are back, and if, like me, you’re not a gridiron fan (or sports reporter like the beleaguered Ines Sainz), then when the men in your life start to talk about “the game,” it’s as though they’re speaking another [&hellip
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Thoughts on ‘The English Vice’

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New York needs a more European approach when it comes to sexuality By Susan Braudy I recently read that Christopher Hitchens’ upcoming memoir tells of his passionate love affairs with boys in boarding school in England. No big deal for the now-married, smart-as-a-whip pundit and gray eminence. Have we missed the boat? I think so
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A New Look at Breast Cancer

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In the United States alone, statistics show that nearly 200,000 women may be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, and more than 40,000 might die from the disease. This is why people like Dr. Larry Norton, physician-in-chief of breast cancer programs at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, remain important in the fight against this disease. For [&hellip
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