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  • Elderly Woman Reading Bible Stabbed in Head

    Elderly Woman Reading Bible Stabbed in Head
    ANAHEIM -- Police in Anaheim have arrested an alleged gang member they say stabbed an elderly woman in the head as she sat outside her home reading the Bible. 18-year-old Alfredo Gonzalez was arrested Sunday after a relative told police he was hiding...
  • Pregnant Woman Robbed, Beaten In Broad Daylight

    Pregnant Woman Robbed, Beaten In Broad Daylight
    A harrowing experience for a pregnant bank executive, who was beaten and robbed in the middle of the afternoon near her former Gramercy Park apartment. Moriah Lazar Hara, 35, was attacked by a group of teens June 11 as she headed to her apartment after a...
  • Steep in afternoon's tastiest tradition

    Long before Americans were lining up for double lattes and no-whip cappuccinos, there was tea -- and teatime. And although New York, home of the double-espresso high, may strike one as an unlikely place for a relaxing afternoon tea, few places appreciate...
  • Changes in store for hotel rooms, rates

    AS we head further down the road in 2006, our heads throbbing from $400-per-night room tabs, we can look forward to a little rate relief, more luxuries and some snazzy new lodgings. Budget lodgers will get more choices this year because limited-service...
  • Tracing the roots of democracy in N.Y.

    When I planned my first trip to New York City — so long ago that one of the biggest-selling guidebooks was titled "New York on $5 a Day" — I read that this was the only city besides Washington where the president could visit and most residents...
  • Primed for Prime Time

    It's the reality shows that are bunching up at the top of the ratings. But networks continue to show hope for scripted shows - especially at this time of year. Pilot episodes for more than 100 proposed new series are being completed this month as part...
  • The Wearing and Tearing of Richard Tyler

    Richard Tyler pads through his Italianate dining room, Diet Coke in one hand, antibiotics in the other, a slender convalescent in a big white turtleneck. It is late morning, and he has been out of the hospital for five days. His long hair hangs in waves...
  • Dweezil makes a brisket

    Performing, it seems, is great preparation for cooking under pressure. Dweezil Zappa and Lisa Loeb are the coolest of cooks. Neither is the least bit flummoxed that smoke rises from the roasting asparagus or that the new macaroon recipe creates what Zappa...