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Obama Orders Review of $329,000 Air Force Flight Over New York

Roger Runningen and Tony Capaccio Bloomberg.com 04/29/2009

Slain masseuse Julissa Brisman once worked for madam Kristin Davis

George Rush and Rich Schapiro New York Daily News 04/19/2009
Obama Orders Review of $329,000 Air Force Flight Over New York

President Barack Obama ordered a review of the decision giving the go-ahead to a $329,000 publicity-photo shoot over New York City with one of the planes that serves as Air Force One.

Slain masseuse Julissa Brisman once worked for madam Kristin Davis

The gorgeous Manhattan masseuse murdered in Boston by the craigslist killer once worked for one of the city's most notorious madams, the Daily News has learned.

Madoff moves closer to involuntary bankruptcy

ANTHONY M. DESTEFANO Newsday 04/14/2009

Commercial Tenant Set for Rebuilt Trade Center

CHARLES V. BAGLI The New York Times 03/26/2009
Madoff moves closer to involuntary bankruptcy

Bernard Madoff, already destined to a life behind bars, has moved a step closer to finding himself doing time like an inmate in debtor's prison. As expected, a group of Madoff's investors Monday filed court papers to push the 70-year-old Wall Street swindler into involuntary bankruptcy and strip him of whatever personal fortune he has left.

Commercial Tenant Set for Rebuilt Trade Center

It took three years of stop-and-start negotiations, but a Chinese real estate company is finally signing a lease for space in a 102-story skyscraper under construction at ground zero, becoming the first commercial tenant for the rebuilt World Trade Center.

New York Mayor renames NYC street after U2

MICHAEL FRAZIER Newsday 03/04/2009
NY 'mafia cops' get life in jail

Two men have been sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of eight murders as well as other crimes while they were New York policemen. Stephen Carapacca, 67, and Louis Eppolito, 61, had 44 years' police experience between them.

New York Mayor renames NYC street after U2

Irish rockers U2 found themselves among plenty of streets Tuesday that had names, including one temporarily retitled "U2 Way."

A refurbished Alice Tully Hall reopens in NYC

International Herald Tribune 02/20/2009
New York Luxury Condo Auctions May Give a Better idea of Values

The New York luxury property market, like many around the country, has come to a standstill. With an estimated 8,000 new condominiums on the market, and another 22,000 scheduled for completion over the next year or so, something needs to get the ball rolling again.

A refurbished Alice Tully Hall reopens in NYC

NEW YORK: Alice Tully Hall, one of the leading U.S. concert venues, reopens at Lincoln Center this weekend after a $159 million, 22-month renovation that left it with superb acoustics and walls that glow amber before a performance.

Rare N.Y. Photo to Be Offered by Sotheby’s

Carol Vogel Arts Beat (NY Times) 02/10/2009
New York fashion week kicks off amid gloom

NEW YORK (AFP) — Discarding its usual champagne-drenched extravaganzas, New York's Fashion Week kicked off Friday under a cloud of economic austerity and uncertainty.

Rare N.Y. Photo to Be Offered by Sotheby’s

Every now and then someone suggests they may have uncovered the oldest known photograph of New York City. The latest example is a 4-by-5 1/4 inch daguerreotype image of a rural estate on what Sotheby’s conjectures is the old Bloomingdale Road (a site that would fall today within the Upper West Side of Manhattan). The auction house, which is to sell the photograph on March 30, has invited experts to take a look in the meantime.


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