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Friday, Oct 12, 2012

Hodge, Starring in “Cyrano,” Plans Sweet Act

Hodge, Starring in “Cyrano,” Plans Sweet Act

Tony winner Douglas Hodge, now starring in Broadway's "Cyrano," will follow in the footsteps of Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp with his next stage role

Tuesday, Sep 18, 2012

Cyrano Noses Into the AA Theatre

Cyrano Noses Into the AA Theatre

Latest revival of the classic Edmond Rostand play stars Tony-winner Douglas Hodge as the nobleman with the too-prominent facial feature

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Delays, Confusion and Crowds After Train Derailment
Delays, Confusion and Crowds After Train Derailment

Amtrak and New Jersey Transit riders started their weekend with a nightmarish evening commute following Friday's havoc-wreaking Acela derailment at New York's Penn Station, with commuters seen sprinting to make limited train services and strangers in Newark connecting to share rides into New York.

Calls For Terror Charges in Deadly Midtown Stabbing
Calls For Terror Charges in Deadly Midtown Stabbing

Mayor Bill de Blasio and other city leaders on Friday called for terrorism charges to be brought against an alleged white supremacist who killed a black man in Midtown. Wale Aliyu reports.

Marine Who Lost Both Legs in Afghanistan Becomes NY Cop
Marine Who Lost Both Legs in Afghanistan Becomes NY Cop

A 28-year-old Marine veteran who lost both legs after stepping on an improvised explosive device graduated from the Suffolk County Police Department Academy Friday, and officials say he's believed to be the first fully active duty double amputee cop in the nation.

April the World-Famous Pregnant Giraffe Is Such a Tease
April the World-Famous Pregnant Giraffe Is Such a Tease

Is today the day? Some think so, but the zoo isn't so sure.

No Repeal for 'Obamacare' in Humiliating Defeat for Trump
No Repeal for 'Obamacare' in Humiliating Defeat for Trump

In a humiliating failure, President Donald Trump and GOP leaders pulled their bill to repeal "Obamacare" off the House floor Friday when it became clear it would fail badly — after seven years of nonstop railing against the law. Democrats said Americans can "breathe a sigh of relief." Trump said the current law was imploding "and soon will explode." Thwarted by two factions of fellow Republicans, from the center and far right, House Speaker Paul Ryan said President Barack Obama's health care law, the GOP's No. 1 target in the new Trump administration, will remain in place "for the foreseeable future."

How to Travel to NJ (or into NYC) Tonight: a Guide
How to Travel to NJ (or into NYC) Tonight: a Guide

If you're trying to get from New York to New Jersey tonight, or vice versa, you may have an hours-long (or very expensive) trip ahead of you.