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Aug 18, 2014

Review: "Poor Behavior," by Theresa Rebeck

Review: "Poor Behavior," by Theresa Rebeck

The prolific playwright's latest comedy asks us to consider which is more important: feeding your immediate desires, or protecting the people already in your corner?

Nov 30, 2012

Review: "Dead Accounts" Comes Up Short

Review: "Dead Accounts" Comes Up Short

Norbert Leo Butz and Katie Holmes are siblings in a flawed tale of Babbo vs. boxed wine by the author of last year's "Seminar"

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Falling Air Conditioner Hits Woman in Manhattan

Falling Air Conditioner Hits Woman in Manhattan

A falling air conditioner hit a Manhattan woman walking on the sidewalk below, splitting open part of her leg, cutting her elbow, and scraping and bruising her arm, she says.

Worker Killed in Manhattan Construction Accident: FDNY

Worker Killed in Manhattan Construction Accident: FDNY

One person died in a construction accident in the Garment District Tuesday, officials said.

NYC Tour Bus Driver Charged in Fatal Delaware Crash

NYC Tour Bus Driver Charged in Fatal Delaware Crash

Delaware State Police have charged the New York City driver of a tour bus that crashed in New Castle, killing two passengers and injuring dozens.

PATH Service to Midtown Suspended

PATH Service to Midtown Suspended

PATH train service from Hoboken and Jersey City to New York will remain suspended at least through Tuesday's evening rush hour because of problems stemming from Sunday's cable fire in a tunnel under the...

Livery Cab Driver Slashed in Robbery Attempt: NYPD

Livery Cab Driver Slashed in Robbery Attempt: NYPD

Police are looking for a livery cab passenger who allegedly slashed the driver in Manhattan before the driver got away, authorities say.

NY Senate Candidate Sued by Ex-Employer Quits Race

NY Senate Candidate Sued by Ex-Employer Quits Race

A candidate for the New York Senate has announced he is withdrawing from the race amid allegations from his former law firm that he created at least $2 million in fictitious client bills.