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The unidentified man perched on an outer cable of the bridge for over an hour before police talked him down...Debbie Egan-Chin/New York Daily News The man perched on an outer cable of the bridge.
Location scout's guide to New York movie scene 23 September 2012 Last updated at 19:16 ET New York City is full of famous landmarks from the Empire State Building to the Brooklyn Bridge. As the setting for countless movies and television shows it is
Balanchine and Stravinsky Taking ancient Greek mythology as their subject matter, this trio of ballets explores the story of the son god Apollo and the tormented lover Orpheus. The third piece, Agon, literally means The Contest and is modeled after
45 pm Mila Kunis saves Robin Williams from jumping off of the Brooklyn Bridge in a scene for their upcoming flick The Angriest Man in Brooklyn on Saturday (September 15) in New York City. The film is about a guy ( Williams ) who tries to determine
Jesse Ward Bikes, cars and bike lanes don't always mix. Bike wheels go round and round Bronxville, N.Y.: Alex Nazaryan is 100% right that a big city like New York is no place for bicycles (Vicious cycle, Op-Ed, Sept. 9).
As Mo Farah surged ahead in the 5,000 meters and Jessica Ennis leaped to a gold medal in the heptahlon, the Olympians were cheered on by an author and fellow Briton known best for his sprinting portraits of decline. "I followed it rather eagerly,
You can put it on your sign, you can stamp it on your menu and tell everyone who will listen that you're making pizza the way it's made at Patsy's in Harlem, Luzzo's on the Lower East Side or Grimaldi's nestled beneath the Brooklyn Bridge. You can
Brooklyn are the most expensive places to live in the United States, according to research from the nonprofit Council for Community and Economic Research. The organization uses pricing data from across the country for almost 60 different items, based
Few Americans know how, when and why government agents monitor their phone calls and email accounts, and that might not change anytime soon. On Thursday, discussions began in Washington about renewing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
27 August 2012 It's barely 150 years since New York was a bustling city of immigrants from across the world. But it seems that the skyline that once greeted visitors is virtually unrecogniseable from the same scene in 1876. All that remains is the