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  • Pennsylvania Devastated by Deadly Flooding After Tropical Storm Lee

    Pennsylvania Devastated by Deadly Flooding After Tropical Storm Lee
    WEST PITTSTON, Pa. -- Authorities in eastern Pennsylvania surveyed the damage Friday caused by near-historic flooding as the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee soaked the region for another day. "Potentially thousands of homes" have been affected, Luzerne...
  • Lingering Storm Causes Problems, Spurs Emergency Warning

    Lingering Storm Causes Problems, Spurs Emergency Warning
    This weather system that won't move out of the Tri-State is making it harder people to get around the metropolitan area. It also prompted New Jersey's Office of Emergency Management to issue a warning, and the situation is not going to change until the...
  • May 19: Lunchbreak - Marinated Strip Steaks with Gorgonzola Sauce

    May 19: Lunchbreak - Marinated Strip Steaks with Gorgonzola Sauce
    Chef Jamie Purviance To purchase a copy of the book: Weber's Time to Grill: Get In. Get Out. Get Grilling Marinated Strip Steaks with Gorgonzola Sauce Serves: 4 Prep Time: 20 minutes Marinating Time: 2 to 4 hours Grilling Time: 6 to 8 minutes...
  • One Last Time, Arthur Laurents Speaks Out

    One Last Time, Arthur Laurents Speaks Out
    On a crisp, sunny March afternoon, Arthur Laurents welcomed me into his handsome townhouse in Greenwich Village, his home for 51 years, which he had filled with tasteful furnishings, antiques and fine artwork. He agreed to the in-person interview to talk...
  • Manhattan Rents Reach Record High

    Manhattan Rents Reach Record High
    Attention Manhattanees: it's not your landlord's fault your rent is so obscenely expensive. Blame basic economics and its unrelenting supply and demand curve. The average rent in Manhattan has hit a record high of $3,400 to $3,418, a report released by...
  • Rare, Deadly October Storm Hangs On In Northeast

    Rare, Deadly October Storm Hangs On In Northeast
    One of the darkest Halloweens ever loomed for roughly 2.8 million households left without power on Sunday by a rare October snowstorm in the Northeast that bedeviled transportation and killed at least eight people. Jack-o'-lanterns peeked through record-...
  • Rising Temperatures in the Long Island Sound Have Shown the Need For a Serious Climate Change Discussion

    Rising Temperatures in the Long Island Sound Have Shown the Need For a Serious Climate Change Discussion
    Last week, for the first time in its 37-year history, Unit 2 of the Millstone nuclear power plant was shut down because the Long Island Sound water used to cool it off was too damned warm. That plant provides half of all of Connecticut’s power....
  • Spring Snowstorm Slams Northeast, Up to 16" Possible

    Spring Snowstorm Slams Northeast, Up to 16" Possible
    A large snowstorm came barreling through the Northeast on Monday, threatening to drop 16 inches in some areas and frustrate commuters. By Monday morning, Newfield, New York, was reporting 10 inches of snow, while Ridgebury, Pennsylvania, had 8 inches....
  • U.S. monuments perfect for families

    U.S. monuments perfect for families
    Here's a list of the nation's historical hot spots — the five most- and least-visited monuments in 2009 — from National Park Service data. With ancient petroglyphs and eerie cave dwellings, war-scarred memorials and islands reachable only by...
  • Queens of L.A.'s lo-fi scene

    Queens of L.A.'s lo-fi scene
    It's the night after New Year's Eve and hundreds of kids are crammed into the Smell, the downtown DIY tabernacle of the Los Angeles avant-garde. A sweating mass of art students, skate punks and subterranean scene staples ecstatically moshes to a...
  • Dark Passages: Real estate noir

    Dark Passages: Real estate noir
    Though I write for this West Coast newspaper, I live in New York City. That means, like a lot of dwellers of the five boroughs, I spend a disproportionate amount of time thinking about real estate, whether griping about too-high rents for tiny...