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  • Chinese immigrants transform Italy's fashion industry

    PRATO, Italy—In the heart of "Made in Italy" fashion country, China has carved out a home. Signs in Chinese script hang from wrought-iron balconies in this Tuscan city. Hot dumplings and fried fish—flown in from China—are served in...
  • Clinton campaign taps into an unlikely treasure-trove

    NEW YORK -- Something remarkable happened at 44 Henry St., a grimy Chinatown tenement with peeling walls. It also happened nearby at a dimly lighted apartment building with trash bins clustered by the front door. And again not too far away, at 88 E....
  • "Project Runway": An eyesore?

     
    I was having lunch with a friend yesterday who is sensing a bit of "Project Runway" fatigue. She largely blames Lifetime and thinks there was a drop in quality in the show's producing from the move from Bravo. I personally......
  • New Yorker Festival announces lineup

     
    It wouldn't really be the New Yorker Festival without a little Malcolm Gladwell, would it? Today the New Yorker announced the lineup for its October festival of culture, arts and the written word. Who's taking part? A lot of the......
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Chinatown' on Cinemax

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Aug. 29 - Sept. 4 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here NOSEY GUY: Jack Nicholson, above, plays a private eye in......
  • Chinatown Beauty School Busted by the Feds

    Chinatown Beauty School Busted by the Feds
    A tiny beauty school in New York's Chinatown has been raided by federal agents after getting an outsized $4 million in government aid in as many years. Agents from the departments of education and labor seized boxes of documents Friday at the USA...
  • Governors Island Opens To The Public Today

    Governors Island Opens To The Public Today
    Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Governor David A. Paterson and local officials today opened the newest section of Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 6 and kicked off the Governors Island 2010 public access season. Mayor Bloomberg also announced new, free weekend...
  • Bus Crash In Atlantic City Hurts 24, 2 Critically

    Bus Crash In Atlantic City Hurts 24, 2 Critically
    A bus carrying 50 people to this seaside gambling resort from New York's Chinatown rear-ended a car Thursday, skidding along a retaining wall on a bridge for 80 feet before stopping. The crash injured 24 people, two of them critically, authorities said....
  • People Forced to Evacuate Chinatown Building

    People Forced to Evacuate Chinatown Building
    More than two dozen residents have been forced to evacuate from a building in Chinatown. According to reports, the Department of Buildings ordered the 16-unit building on 128 Hester Street, which has been the focus of numerous complaints in the past,...
  • Chinese NYers Celebrate Year Of The Tiger

    Chinese NYers Celebrate Year Of The Tiger
    Hundreds filled the streets of Manhattan's Chinatown Sunday to celebrate Chinese New Year. The new lunar year kicked off Sunday with a firecracker ceremony and cultural festival at noon in Sara D. Roosevelt Park. More than half a million firecrackers...
  • Records Show Raymond Clark III Was Last To See Annie Le Alive, Source Says

    Records Show Raymond Clark III Was Last To See Annie Le Alive, Source Says
    Computer records show that lab technician Raymond Clark III, who was charged today with the murder of Yale graduate student Annie Le, was the last person to see her alive, a law-enforcement source told The Courant on Wednesday. Investigators traced Le'...