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Michael Alig the Party Monster to Be Released on Parole May 5

Michael Alig the Party Monster to Be Released on Parole May 5

Michael Alig has been sitting in prison for the past 17 years following the murder and dismemberment of Andre “Angel” Melendez. However, the party monster, Michael Alig is soon going to be a free man, once more, as he is scheduled to be released on parole come May 5. Alig was once dubbed the “party […]

Racism at Long Island Private School [Video]

Racism at Long Island Private School [Video]

New York may be thought of as an extremely liberal state with one of the most diverse cities in the country. However, as it has been shown in the last few weeks, prejudice and ignorance can and do exist, even in the most unlikely places. Since Wednesday, April 9 four students have been expelled from […]

Celebrate 133 Years With American Cubist Painter, Max Weber

Celebrate 133 Years With American Cubist Painter, Max Weber

On this day, celebrate the artwork of American Cubist painter, Max Weber. Born in 1881, the artist was one of the first to bring the modernist movement to the United States. A Russian émigré of modest origins, Weber was born in Bialystok, Russia. His family settled in Brooklyn, New York when Weber was 10 years […]

‘Killer Heels’ Exhibition: Traditional to Conceptual

‘Killer Heels’ Exhibition: Traditional to Conceptual

The Brooklyn Museum presents the exhibition Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe from September 10 to February 15, 2015. The exhibition explores the history and mystique of the high-heeled shoe from 16th century Italian high platform silk chopines to contemporary stilettos found on runways and red carpets. The high-heeled shoe is seen as […]

Palm Sunday Massacre Then and Now

Palm Sunday Massacre Then and Now

It will be 30 years since one of the worst massacre’s in New York’s history, dubbed the Palm Sunday massacre, and the lone survivor is talking about her life then, and her life now. Christina Rivera was only 13 months old at the time of the shooting, which took the lives of 10 people, including […]

Hospital Sued by Man for Neglecting to Remove Appendix [Video]

Hospital Sued by Man for Neglecting to Remove Appendix [Video]

Can one man actually have his appendix removed twice? The answer is a resounding “no.” However, that almost seemed to be the case for one Westchester, New York resident when, in March, he began experiencing an unwanted, familiar feeling. During a visit to Lake Placid, 43-year-old William McCormack seemed to be suffering from déjà vu, […]

Four Pastries to Replace the Cronut

Four Pastries to Replace the Cronut

Foodies can enjoy the taste of the famous cronut once again, after Dominique Ansel Bakery in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood reopened Tuesday, but for those who do not want to go back to this dessert, there are four other promising pastries that can caress their taste buds. Pastry chefs have begun to experiment with treats long before […]

College Senior Killed by New York Taxis

College Senior Killed by New York Taxis

New York City taxis have never had, what many would consider, a reputation for safety. However, one could spend a lifetime using the infamous yellow cab services without ever suffering from harm. By the same token, it only takes one random trip to “The Big Apple” for tragedy to strike. This was the unfortunate case […]

New York Nursing Home Faces Lawsuit for Arranging Striptease Show

New York Nursing Home Faces Lawsuit for Arranging Striptease Show

The lawyer for the East Neck Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in West Babylon, which is facing a lawsuit after arranging and hosting a striptease show at the facility, told The New York Post that although the families of the patients were outraged, the residents of the nursing home were the ones who voted to have […]

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    For most families living with an autistic loved one, everyday holds certain demands. Holidays, like Easter, provide even further challenges for those with autism. The traditions most people take for granted must be approached from a unique perspective. Zack, who is 11 years old, is moderate to high-functoning on the Autism Spectrum. He loves the […]
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    Sharing spoilers of Game of Thrones is ruining the experience for some people. They do not want to know what happens in the episodes before they get a chance to see it themselves. The issue reached its peak so far this week after many publications started sharing the events of the “Purple Wedding” just after […]
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    The internet has been surrounded with Game of Thrones spoilers this week that include the death of a certain character, and it has led to arguments online. Many people who have not read the books or seen the episode yet have gotten annoyed at publications for sharing the details of the character’s death, and even […]
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  • Miley Cyrus Hits Out at Hospital Rumors April 18, 2014
    Miley Cyrus has hit out at rumors suggesting her recent trip to hospital was due to her partying ways. A number of publications decided to jump on the idea that the 21-year-old was out partying in a way to get over the recent death of her dog, Floyd. In a statement, which she linked to […]
    Alexandria Ingham

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