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  • Affordable Dining at Tavern on the Green

  • Win $200 in Dining Gift Certificates

                  ++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++    One winner every 4 weeks (for a total of 6 winners) will be selected at random from among all eligible entries received as of the 11:59PM EST on the Sunday prior to each selection date, and...
  • Priest Stole $1M for Male Escorts, police say

    Priest Stole $1M for Male Escorts, police say
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- The Rev. Kevin J. Gray was a popular priest who appeared to live humbly, forgoing a car and walking to Mass from another parish where he lived so that a Catholic charity could use his space at the rectory. Parishioners thought he...
  • Central Park's Now-Defunct Tavern On The Green To Sell Snacks, Souvenirs

    Central Park's Now-Defunct Tavern On The Green To Sell Snacks, Souvenirs
    It was once a top dining destination in the U.S., but now the defunct Tavern on the Green will sell snacks and souvenirs as it goes back on the market. Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced in a statement Thursday that a restaurateur picked to reopen the...
  • NY's Famed 'Tavern on the Green' Restaurant Closing

    NY's Famed 'Tavern on the Green' Restaurant Closing
    NEW YORK -- Tavern on the Green, once America's highest-grossing restaurant, is singing its culinary swan song. The former sheepfold at the edge of Central Park, now ringed by twinkling lights and fake topiary animals, is preparing for New Year's Eve,...
  • Tavern on the Green Name Save

    Tavern on the Green Name Save
    A judge says New York City can keep the " Tavern on the Green" name for its restaurant facility in Central Park. Federal Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum (SEE-der-balm) ruled Wednesday in the city's favor. The debt holders of the bankrupt restaurant had...
  • For Jackson at Garden, a Moonwalking Rehab

    He twirled. He moonwalked. He chirped a "Hoo Hoo" or two. He escorted Elizabeth Taylor to her seat. He reunited with his brothers. And he heard his audience impatiently chant his name while Marlon Brando tried to lecture them about children being...
  • His Honor, Mayor Philip A. Giordano: Vain, Power-Hungry, Sexually Obsessed And Increasingly Reckless

    To the extent that such events can be fixed in time, the moment Mayor Philip A. Giordano's obsession with sex jumped from back-alley gossip to pressing political business occurred at the end of a corny downtown Christmas pageant. Giordano backers, the...