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Manhattan (New York City)

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  • Barbecued Red Mullet with Warm Fennel Salad and Oranges

    Barbecued Red Mullet with Warm Fennel Salad and Oranges
    There is nothing quite comparable to whole grilled fish with a warm seasonal salad on a summer evening. My Barbecued Red Mullet with Warm Fennel Salad and Oranges is exactly that. These fish have a distinctive flavor that contrasts perfectly the acidic...
  • 9/11 museum a powerful reminder of the unthinkable

    9/11 museum a powerful reminder of the unthinkable
    There is a long list of things that the newly opened National September 11 Memorial Museum doesn't accomplish, or doesn't fully accomplish. It doesn't deal much with the messy, ongoing aftermath of the attacks of that day. It doesn't present the world's...
  • New York Legislature passes medical marijuana bill

    New York on Friday became the 23rd state to pass a bill legalizing medical marijuana, and the governor is expected to sign it. The legislation comes 18 years after the first medical marijuana bill was proposed in the state Assembly and after a week of...
  • Plans for residence in Plainfield Township hit snag over zoning

    Plans for residence in Plainfield Township hit snag over zoning
    Plainfield Township Highway Commissioner Sam Reichert needs some help from county officials so he can live in an industrially zoned area. Reichert plans to finish off a residence on a 2-acre parcel he owns in Plainfield Township off 143rd Street. With...
  • New York close to settling Central Park jogger case, reportedly for $40 million

    New York close to settling Central Park jogger case, reportedly for $40 million
    A proposed settlement of the civil rights suit brought by five men falsely imprisoned in the Central Park jogger case has gone to the New York comptroller’s office, a key step on the route to final approval. The proposed settlement of the racially...
  • Gerry Goffin, songwriting partner of Carole King, dies at 75

    Gerry Goffin, songwriting partner of Carole King, dies at 75
    Lyricist Gerry Goffin, whose songwriting partnership in the early 1960s with then-wife Carole King yielded some of the most indelible hits of the era, died Thursday at home in Los Angeles, said his wife, Michelle Goffin. He was 75. Michele Goffin said...
  • From the Boathouse: Kicking off summer on the East Coast

    Ahoy from the Big Apple, and welcome to the official start of summer! I am visiting New York City to attend Talkers New York 2014, which is a gathering for those active in the radio industry. Receptions, guest speakers and panel discussions are planned...
  • Former USC star Matt Leinart lists Manhattan Beach house for sale

    Former USC star Matt Leinart lists Manhattan Beach house for sale
    Matt Leinart, the former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback and Southern California football star, has called an audible on his Manhattan Beach home, listing the three-story residence for sale at $2.059 million. Nestled among a crowd of beach dwellings,...
  • Avoid over-the-counter meds to win war on fleas

    Instead of the mantra being, "Never say die," it ought to be, "Always says die." "We can win the flea war, and we need to," says veterinary parasitologist Dr. Michael Dryden, professor of Veterinary Parasitology in the Department of Diagnostic Medicine...
  • Top 3 Pop: Ed Sheeran album, 'Begin Again' movie, 'Girl Meets World' premiere

    NEW ED SHEERAN ALBUM 1 Ed Sheeran broke into the music scene with the 2011 release of his Grammy-nominated debut album, "+." Sheeran releasing his sophomore album, 'X,' today on Atlantic Records. The 23-year-old English singer-songwriter started work...
  • John Hall Fish, 1932-2014, urban activist, dies

    John Hall Fish, 1932-2014, urban activist, dies
    Driven by a desire for social justice and racial reconciliation, John Hall Fish spent much of his career connecting college students and recent graduates with urban nonprofit organizations. In 1969, Mr. Fish co-founded the Associated Colleges of the...