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The Dish - Orlando SentinelChef Clifford Pleau, Senior Director of Culinary for Seasons 52, the highly-acclaimed fresh grill and wine bar restaurant, will be honored by the for his innovative and influential use of fresh produce in the culinary arts. One of only six chefs in the...
The Daily MirrorDec. 9, 1980: Former Beatle John Lennon, 40, who led a revolution in popular music that captured the imagination of an entire generation, was shot to death Monday outside his exclusive Manhattan apartment house. He was rushed to Roosevelt Hospital,......
Top of the TicketWould Republican Jon Huntsman challenge Democrat Obama for the White House?...
Tucson shootings: Mental illness, not rhetoric, at root of more political assassinations historicallyTop of the TicketGabrielle Giffords, a Democratic representative, is among the wounded in the Tucson shootings....
A cemetery worker found a black garbage bag full of powerful explosives at a historic Manhattan cemetery Monday, but it was not capable of detonating, police said. The bomb squad was removing the bag of C-4, a military-grade plastic explosive that is...
Detectives investigating the discovery of C-4 explosives in a Manhattan cemetery scoured a block of East 3rd Street Monday. The street is adjacent to the back of Marble Cemetery, where 8 sticks of the bomb making material were discovered stashed in a...
New York City police are on the hunt for a man who has apparently made false bomb threats at two subway stations in Queens. Authorities say the suspect is believed to be between 18 to 20 years old. In the first instance, he apparently called 911 and...
Roosevelt Island Tramway Reopens After 9-Month OverhaulThe East River aerial cable car system that links Manhattan and Roosevelt Island is set to reopen following a nine-month overhaul. The Roosevelt Island Operation Commission gave the Roosevelt Island Tramway the green light to begin running on Tuesday....
Benny Powell, a veteran jazz trombonist who played with Count Basie from the early 1950s to the early 1960s, taking a solo turn in the band's 1955 recording of "April in Paris," has died. He was 80. Powell died June 26 at Roosevelt Hospital in New York...
Tags: New Jersey, Los Angeles, Count Basie, Music, Merv Griffin
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterYou've met this guy. He's well-dressed, bounces mostly between New York and Los Angeles, knows everyone. And he won't shut up. The newest high-concept hotel in Southern California, which aims at the well-traveled hipster, is a lot like that guy. The...
The Swampby Jill Zuckman At his Hidden Valley ranch near Sedona, Ariz., Sen. John McCain takes his guests for long hikes across the creek and up the hill, pointing out species of birds, plants and wildlife, and occasionally serving as medic......
Spin CycleWe took a few jabs at Gov. Paterson for his inaccurate and somewhat pander-ous suggestion to the NAACP yesterday that the media described him as the "accidental governor" based on some racial motivation. The NYSun, however, takes it a......
Tags: Government, Executive Branch, NAACP, Politics, New York
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