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11-Year-Old Boy on Bike Critically Hurt After Hit by Ice Cream Truck in Brooklyn: Cops

An 11-year-old boy was critically injured after getting struck by an ice cream truck while riding his bicycle in Brooklyn, police said. The boy was riding his bike around 6:45 p.m. Friday on Hendrix Street near Sutter Avenue in East New York, according to police. That's when the 58-year-old driver of the ice cream truck struck the child in the road.
BROOKLYN, NY
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Tessa Thompson Wore an Appropriately Otherworldly Sheer Gown to the Westworld Premiere

Tessa Thompson isn't simply on trend—the sheer dress moment marches on, healthy as ever—she's also on theme. The actor arrived at the New York City premiere of HBO's Westworld season four in a see-through long-sleeve Interior dress, which she styled over nude briefs. The sheen on what looks to be a sheer silk organza material gives the look a shiny, futurist feel, especially when paired with her copper-colored makeup and finger waves. You might call it otherworldly…
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Housing Lottery Launches for 84 Residences at Williamsbridge Gardens in Williamsbridge, The Bronx

The affordable housing lottery has launched for Williamsbridge Gardens, a pair of eight-story residential buildings at 713 East 211th Street and 718 East 212th Street in Williamsbridge, The Bronx. Designed by MHG Architects and developed by L+M Development Partners, the structures yield 170 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 84 units for residents at 40 to 80 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $0 to $132,400.
BRONX, NY
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Royal Roti Shop Serving up Trinidadian Dishes in Baldwin

Located in a busy shopping center in Baldwin, Royal Roti Shop recently opened to some welcome reviews online. The menu is filled with Trinidadian specials like the aloo pie pastries with channa ($2.50), chicken ($4), shrimp ($5), goat ($5), and duck ($6); a variety of doubles - a street food from Trinidad - like chicken ($4), shrimp ($5), and duck ($5). They serve fried filled dough balls called pholourie ($2.50 for 8 pieces) and a Caribbean flatbread called Dhal Puri ($3.50).
BALDWIN, NY
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Wildacre Rotisserie to hold grand opening in Greenwich Thursday

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate. A former Greenwich Starbucks' has been transformed into a California-style rotisserie restaurant set to host its grand opening this Thursday. Called Wildacre Rotisserie, the roasted chicken quick service eatery hosted a soft launch earlier in the week before officially...
GREENWICH, CT

Bronx Night Market is back in Fordham Plaza this Saturday

The Bronx Night Market, an open-air market of Bronx food, culture and vendors will welcome patrons to Fordham Plaza for its latest monthly event this Saturday from 1 p.m.-7 p.m. The market is a free-for-all and includes a diverse lineup of 50-plus local vendors and according to event runners MASC...
BRONX, NY

Stony Brook woman finds calling by raising puppies

There can be little doubt that Andrea Spencer is a dog person. The Stony Brook resident has rescued Labradors since 2011, fostering and training them while they were waiting for their forever homes. She also co-chairs the DogFest Long Island fundraiser at Marjorie R. Post Community Park in Massapequa and is currently raising a puppy, Nico VI, for Canine Companions.
STONY BROOK, NY

Is a Medical Pedicure Your Answer to Sandal-Ready Feet?

A medical pedicure is a service that bridges podiatry and basic nail care. Medical pedicures focus on the health of your feet rather than aesthetics. Medical pedicures can treat cracked heels, calluses, broken nails, and more. Chances are you've gotten — or at least heard of — a regular pedicure,...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Fox Lane Fashion Show Students Turn Public Space into Runway

It was no accident that the stone walking path in the space between the Mount Kisco Public Library and Village Hall became a fashion runway early last Friday evening. That was where more than 50 Fox Lane High School students from the school’s Fashion Design Program were able to show their peers, parents and community their creativity and talent that had been honed in class, for some of them as long as the past three years.
MOUNT KISCO, NY
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