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2 planes partially collide on tarmac at Newark Airport

NEWARK, N.J. -- There was an accident involving two airplanes at Newark Liberty International Airport on Friday.United Airlines says two of its planes made contact on the tarmac before departing.Both aircrafts have been taken out of service to be examined by a maintenance team.Passengers are being put on new flights.No one was hurt.
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NYC overnight shootings leave two dead, including 16-year-old

Two people — including a 16-year-old boy — were killed in separate shootings in Brooklyn overnight, police said. In the latest deadly incident, the 16-year-old was fatally shot in the torso at about 3:15 a.m. Saturday near the corner of Sutter Avenue and Osborn Street in Brownsville, authorities said. Police are investigating whether the teen was the intended target, sources said. A cousin of the victim told detectives the shooting happened after he and the victim decided to walk to a relative’s home on Blake Avenue and cut through the Dr. Green Playground on Sutter Avenue and  Mother Gaston Boulevard, the sources said.  The cousin said that when...
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Police: Child struck by ice cream truck in Brooklyn

NEW YORK -- Police say a child is critically hurt after being struck by an ice cream truck in Brooklyn.It happened around 8:45 p.m. on Hendrix Street in East New York.Police say a 52-year-old man was driving a Mister Softee truck when he struck an 11-year-old riding a bicycle.The child was taken to a local hospital.Right now, investigators don't suspect any criminality.

Martha Stewart's 3 Rules for Creating the Perfect Outdoor Space

Martha Stewart is known for creating beautiful, timeless spaces—and her sprawling estate in Katonah, New York is no exception. I recently got to explore the 150-acre property, which features everything from a cutting garden and a potager garden to a shaded fern garden and a Japanese maple woodland. Needless to say, it’s a gardener’s paradise.

This Westchester Bar Is One of the Best in America

Can you guess which Westchester bar Esquire ranked among the top 25 best bars in America in 2022? Hint: It’s in Hastings-on-Hudson. Are you a foodie looking for a fun night out? According to Esquire, if a cocktail and an elegant vibe is your idea of a good time, then Westchester — and one Westchester bar in particular — is the place to be.

The Broadway Cruise To Debut on the Norwegian Gem

Broadway’s biggest acts and creative visionaries will get together on the Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Gem, sailing roundtrip from New York City to Bermuda from March 31 to April 5, 2023, for “The Broadway Cruise,” Sixthman and EBG confirmed in a press release. The line-up of...

All about Beanie Feldstein’s engagement ring from Bonnie Chance Roberts

Beanie Feldstein gave flash photographers a run for their money Thursday night when she showed off her blinding new engagement ring for the first time. The Broadway star, 28, was signing autographs outside New York City’s August Wilson Theatre following a “Funny Girl” performance when paparazzi caught a glimpse of the unique diamond sparkler Bonnie Chance Roberts just gave her. Made custom by jeweler Michelle Oh, the ring resembles a flower, as it features one central stone that’s surrounded by a halo of smaller diamonds, all set in yellow gold. “Bonnie told me that she wanted to create the most special ring possible....

Eat it: Upscale restaurants are must-have anchors for NYC’s top towers

What do 1271 Sixth Ave., 280 Park Avenue, luxury condo tower 53 West 53 and the Waterline Square residential complex have in common? To say nothing of sprawling Manhattan West and Art Deco rental landmark 70 Pine St. — and soon, 425 Park Ave. and probably 550 Madison Ave. as well? The connecting link is restaurants. Mostly big-name restaurants with major operators and chefs. Developers have never lured so many glamorous eateries at one time to lure tenants and burnish their projects’ images. There were always a few glamorous restaurants at marquee Midtown locations — the old Four Seasons at the Seagram Building, for...
Flying Magazine

Sleeping on the Airplane: Six Aviation-Themed Hotels

This colorful Boeing 727 appears to be flying through the trees, but it’s really more of a tree house. [Courtesy: Hotel Costa Verde]. Located on the edge of the Manuel Antonio National Forest, this colorful Boeing 727 appears to be flying through the trees, but it’s really more of a tree house—a luxurious one. The 1965 airframe that once served in the South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines fleets now sits on a 50-foot pedestal and has been refurbished with teak furniture and paneling, and a deck built onto its right wing. The hotel’s broad range of accommodations also includes a Cockpit Cottage and Cockpit Cabana built from salvaged aircraft.

Au Bon Pain begins adding locations again

Au Bon Pain opened a location in New York this month. That may not seem like a big deal. But for this concept, it really is. The bakery-café chain has shed many of its locations over the years and remains well below where it was before the pandemic. It’s also the first new location under the brand’s new owners, the franchisee Ampex Brands.