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Shooting victim refuses to back down after being struck during argument in Bronx

A tough-as-nails gunshot victim refused to back down during an argument in the Bronx — even after taking a bullet to the foot, newly released video shows. The surveillance clip shows the two men arguing outside 140 West Fordham Road in University Heights just before 3:15 a.m. Monday, according to cops. One of the men, sporting an Allan Iverson 76ers jersey, is seen pulling a gun and firing off a round, striking the 28-year-old man in the foot. The victim briefly stops in pain but then walks it off, leaving a trail of bloody footsteps as he limps toward the armed man, still arguing. Cops said the dispute started in Fokkus Room & Cucine nearby and continued out onto the street. The unknown gunman took off in a white sedan, cops said. The victim was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital by private means. No arrests have been made.
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Rialto detective's relentless effort leads to return of kidnapped teen, suspect arrest in New York

A Rialto family's pleas for the return of their teenage daughter, who had been kidnapped on her way home from school, were answered after a week-long search and the tireless efforts of one detective brought the 17-year-old home safely. When their daughter didn't return home from school on April 30, they quickly reported her disappearance to authorities. The case was immediately given to Detective Agnes Watson, whose relentless work revealed evidence pointing towards a New York man she identified as 24-year-old Elijah Clark."Detective Watson believed there may be some kind of foul play, or something was wrong," said Rialto Police Department Corporal...
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Mets playing 'long game' with deGrom's recovery

NEW YORK -- Although Jacob deGrom is approaching a return to mound work, he remains at least a month away from a return. deGrom will require three to five Minor League rehab starts in his progression back from a stress reaction in his right scapula -- a process that will take weeks to complete.
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Rutgers football legend Eric LeGrand opens namesake coffee house in NJ

Eric LeGrand is known for grinding. Since the former Rutgers football player was paralyzed from the neck down during a game against Army at Metlife in 2010, he’s become synonymous with his hard work, perseverance and stubborn optimism against all odds. But the inspiring New Jersey native is adding a more literal meaning to the word grind — with coffee beans. On Saturday, the 31-year-old is opening his namesake coffee house in Woodbridge, NJ, with a “LeGrand opening” that’s been nearly two years in the making. “Coffee is something that you can bring people together with. Eighty five percent of the world drinks it,”...
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Bison leave Bronx Zoo for Native American tribe

NEW YORK -- Six majestic American bison have been transferred from the Bronx Zoo to a Native American tribe in the Southwest. The animals were sent to the Osage Nation in Oklahoma, where the tribe has been building its herd for four years. The breeding program at the Bronx Zoo has actually been going on for more than 100 years."As early as 1907, the Bronx Zoo was breeding bison for reintroduction. In fact, the very first reintroduction took place here in Oklahoma when we sent 15 bison to the Wichita Reserve Bison Refuge," said Dr. Patrick Thomas, general curator and associate director of the zoo.The bison are special because they are pure bred without any DNA from crossbreeding with cattle. Nearly 200 bison are now roaming free on 3,000 acres of tribes' ancestral land.
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Paris Jackson Gives Tye Dye Slick Retro Edge in 5-Inch Heels & Mini Skirt Set at Hard Rock Hotel NYC Opening

Click here to read the full article. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Footwear News may receive an affiliate commission. Paris Jackson put on quite the display at the grand opening of the Hard Rock Hotel in New York City on Thursday night. The “Habit” actress stepped onto the red carpet in a semi-sheer tie dye two-piece ensemble. Jackson wore a long-sleeve multi-colored top. The cropped garment had subtly flared cuffs and a ruffled hemline. The model teamed her top with a matching high-waist mini skirt. Jackson swept her blond tresses back and fastened...
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How disco bars and clubs came to dominate NYC nightlife

Saturday night fever is stayin’ alive in New York City. From a Little Italy red-sauce joint to a Bushwick party spot, local bars and restaurants are putting the 1970s spice back in nightlife with groovy decor and the classic tunes to match. “Disco brought everyone together in one room — it didn’t make a difference what you looked like or who you were. Now, we’re seeing a younger generation embrace the music and good times our parents grew up with,” Roman Grandinetti, a partner at newly opened Manero’s on Mulberry, told The Post. Get hip to these seven new spots. Manero’s on...
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Actor Alexander Skarsgård’s Galley Kitchen Doesn’t Feel Small Thanks to This Cabinet Style

Notoriously cramped and dark, galley kitchens get a bad rap. However, Alexander Skarsgård figured out how to maximize light and minimize visual clutter in his just-listed East Village penthouse. Real-estate firm Compass gave us a look into The Northman star’s soon-to-be-former New York City home, up for sale for $2.6 million, and we couldn’t help but notice that his kitchen cabinets are the top selling point.
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Rowan Blanchard Is So Y2K in Sheer Camisole and Boot-Cut Jeans for Steve Madden’s NYC Party

Click here to read the full article. Steve Madden brought out a stylish groups of stars this week in New York. The designer held its Summer Vibe check party where guests including Peyton List and Rowan Blanchard. Blanchard’s look for the night was heavily-inspired by Y2K fashion. She wore a blue sheer camisole and lace-trimmed tank with embellished boot-cut jeans. She completed the look with a button-up cardigan and a Pamela Anderson-influenced updo. For her shoes, Blanchard opted for Steve Madden’s Jennifer rose gold heeled sandals. List, meanwhile, wore Steve Madden’s Lessa black suede platform sandals with a lace slip dress, plaid...
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Best Free Rooftop with Amazing Midtown View

In this video, JamesandKarla highlight the best free rooftop to visit with amazing Midtown Manhattan views. This rooftop with adjoining indoor cafe is accessed via the 7th floor of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library branch of the New York Public Library system located on Fifth Avenue near 40th Street.
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