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Manhattan (New York City)

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  • Oscar de la Renta exhibit opens at George W. Bush Library

    "Oscar de la Renta: Five Decades of Style" has opened at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas. It includes 67 mannequins outfitted in clothes from 1967 to the present. The exhibit runs through Oct. 5. Why the Bush museum? Because...
  • Man struck, killed by drunk driver while cutting grass in Will County

    Man struck, killed by drunk driver while cutting grass in Will County
    A 68-year-old man mowing a lawn in Will County was struck and killed by a drunk driver Sunday afternoon, authorities said. Around 12:48 p.m. Sunday, a blue Toyota Camry traveling southbound on U.S. Route 52 near Delaney Road in Manhattan Township...
  • 7-foot great white shark spotted near swimmer off Manhattan Beach

    7-foot great white shark spotted near swimmer off Manhattan Beach
    A 7-foot juvenile white shark was spotted Thursday swimming near the Manhattan Beach Pier, fire officials said. Los Angeles County Fire Department lifeguards confirmed the sighting on Twitter after it was reported at 10:30 a.m. Lifeguards, however,...
  • 'The Strain' recap: Setrakian and strigoi origins in 'The Runaways'

    'The Strain' recap: Setrakian and strigoi origins in 'The Runaways'
    "Finally," said not one single die-hard fan of FX's thriller "The Strain," "a bunch of historical background on vampires!" Too bad. That's what viewers saw in the most recent episode of the hit summer series, with professor-Holocaust survivor Abraham...
  • USA renews drama 'Suits' for Season 5

    USA renews drama 'Suits' for Season 5
    USA Network has renewed “Suits” for a fifth season. It will consist of 16 new episodes presumably airing next summer. The popular legal drama is a Top 10 summer scripted series with the advertiser-coveted 18-to-49-year-old demographic and...
  • Trina Turk talks handbags, tassels and drive-time inspiration

    Trina Turk talks handbags, tassels and drive-time inspiration
    Los Angeles designer Trina Turk’s universe is ever growing. For spring, she launched shoes and activewear. And landing in stores now for the fall season is her first comprehensive handbag collection. Turk, who is known for playful prints and retro...
  • Report: 'Addams Family' alum Christina Ricci, husband welcome baby boy

    Report: 'Addams Family' alum Christina Ricci, husband welcome baby boy
    The Ricci-Heerdegen household is now a family of three: Christina Ricci has reportedly given birth to her first child.  The petite "Addams Family" alum, who also birthed the body-bending hashtag #riccing, and her husband, James Heerdegen, have...
  • Cafe Gratitude to open downtown at One Santa Fe in early 2015

    Cafe Gratitude to open downtown at One Santa Fe in early 2015
    Vegan favorite Cafe Gratitude, which has Los Angeles restaurants in Larchmont Village and Venice, is planning to open downtown at the Yards at One Santa Fe in the arts district. Cafe Gratitude will be joining other shops, restaurants and community art...
  • Rufus Cuff smartwatch is one of 443 crowd-funded hardware projects

    Rufus Cuff smartwatch is one of 443 crowd-funded hardware projects
    Tired of staring at his phone screen all day, Gabe Grifoni set out to return “humans back to being humans” by creating a smarter screen. Grifoni designed the Rufus Cuff, a giant wrist-worn screen that he hopes someday will replace the need...
  • West Hollywood commission votes against 'poor door' housing development

    West Hollywood commission votes against 'poor door' housing development
    A controversial West Hollywood housing development that had called for separate amenities for low-income residents -- including a pool they could not access -- has failed to gain the approval of the city’s Planning Commission. The proposed project...
  • First came data-driven policing. Now comes data-driven prosecutions.

    First came data-driven policing. Now comes data-driven prosecutions.
    Prosecutors' offices are finally joining the intelligence revolution that has transformed policing since the 1990s. That revolution dates to 1994, when William J. Bratton took over the New York Police Department and declared that his goal was to prevent...