DINING DEAL

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Throughout February, the Italian eatery Carmine’s, on Broadway and West 91st Street, is celebrating its upcoming 20th anniversary by offering a $20 menu. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at lunch and dinner, guests may choose from a selection of dishes, each of which costs $20 and can easily feed up to four people, according to [&hellip
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POL GETS COLLECTORS AWARD

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Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal may have a modest collection of political memorabilia, but her avid interest earned her the first annual Ed Potter Memorial Award, an honor given to an elected official who actively collects political memorabilia and artifacts. It is named after Ed Potter, who was a significant collector of such memorabilia. Rosenthal said [&hellip
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Pedicab Driver Attacked

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A parking garage employee was arrested Jan. 31 after attacking a pedicab driver. The victim, a 29-year-old Brooklyn man, was trying to get his pedicab out of the garage, at 1 Central Park West between West 60th and 61st streets, at around 9 a.m., police said. That’s when Romeo Siguenza, 66, allegedly hit him with [&hellip
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Sexual Assault in Building Vestibule

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A 48-year-old man was arrested and charged with forcible touching. Police said that at 12:25 a.m., Jan. 30, John Zaubler was running naked through the public hallway of an apartment building at West 82nd Street and Central Park West. He approached a 39-year-old woman in the building’s vestibule and put his arm around her midsection, [&hellip
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Bubble Trouble for Tennis Courts

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A proposal to construct a bubble over the Central Park tennis courts, which would eliminate free use during the off-season, is drawing criticism from frequent court users. The bubble would be in place from November to April, allowing people to play comfortably throughout the colder months, according to the Department of Parks and Recreation. But [&hellip
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