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Newsmax host to Rudy Giuliani over ‘assault’ claim: ‘I gotta be honest, it doesn’t look that bad’

Newsmax host Greg Kelly told Rudy Giuliani on the air on Monday that he doubted whether the former New York City mayor was seriously in danger when he was slapped on the back by a ShopRite worker on Staten Island on Sunday. “I gotta be honest, it doesn’t look that bad,” Kelly told Giuliani during an interview on Monday. Giuliani was on Staten Island to campaign for his son, Andrew, who is running for the Republican nomination for the state’s governorship. The store worker reportedly said to Giuliani: “Hey, what’s up scumbag?” Security video released by the store shows the employee lightly patting...
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Draymond Makes His Opinion On Kevin Durant Extremely Clear

Kevin Durant spent three seasons with the Golden State Warriors. In that time, he helped the franchise extend its dynasty and win two more NBA titles. Golden State won another championship this year, an accomplishment which some have speculated diminishes Durant's impact on the team. Draymond Green thinks that's nonsense.
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NYC man fatally stabbed during heated fight with girlfriend’s ex-lover: cops

A man was killed when his girlfriend’s ex-beau apparently stabbed him during a heated Brooklyn squabble, cops said Tuesday. Christopher Reid, 33, was knifed in the chest just after 4 p.m. Monday when a fight broke out with a man who police believe was his gal pal’s former flame inside an apartment building on Fulton Street near Truxton Street in Brownsville, authorities said.  He was rushed to Brookdale University Hospital Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.  The suspect took off after the deadly stabbing, police said.  Investigators know who he is, but have yet to track him down, cops said Tuesday.
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Queens Man Wins $1 Million Lottery Prize

A New York man won a $1 million lottery prize. Aaron Isacov, a resident of the Queens neighborhood of Kew Gardens, claimed a top prize from the New York Lottery's Lucky 13 scratch-off game, according to an announcement from NY Lottery on Tuesday, June 28. He received the prize as...
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Megan Fox Goes All-pink With Hair Makeover and Two-tone Minidress for Machine Gun Kelly’s Life in Pink’ Documentary Premiere

Click here to read the full article. Megan Fox went all-pink for her appearance at the “Machine Gun Kelly’s Life in Pink” premiere. On Monday night, Fox attended the premiere of her fiancé’s documentary wearing a pink two-toned minidress by Nensi Dojaka paired with matching pink strappy heels by Femme, which complemented her new light pink hair. She was styled by Maeve Reilly, with hair done by Dimitris Giannetos and makeup by Clarissa Luna.More from WWDPhotos of 10 BET Awards Red Carpet Looks on the RunwayBET Awards Red Carpet Celebrity Arrivals 2022Scenes from NYC Pride March 2022 View this post...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

These metro Phoenix pizzerias were named best in the U.S. — one is among best in the world

Italian experts named three Valley pizzerias among the top 50 in the U.S.  50 Top Pizza, an Italian organization that ranks the best pizza globally, recently released its 2022 list of the best pizzerias in the United States. New York retained its title as pizza capital, with nine restaurants in Manhattan and Brooklyn making the list, followed by San Francisco and Portland, which both had five restaurants make the cut. ...
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Before and After: The “IKEA Fairy” Transforms a Lackluster Kitchen into a Timeless Cook Space

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. Little changes can do a lot to boost the look of your surroundings — after all, it’s hard to argue with the transformative power of a new paint color, or even just fresh hardware. But there are other times when little changes just don’t feel like enough. That’s how homeowner Kori Hale (@kori.hale) was feeling about her Brooklyn apartment’s kitchen.
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Bella and Gigi Hadid Debut Shaved Heads at Marc Jacobs' Latest Show in NYC

Exactly a year after his Fall/Winter 2021 collection, Marc Jacobs headed to the New York Public Library once again to showcase his Fall/Winter 2022 range. “We have art not to die of the truth,” the designer quoted Nietszche in his show notes, further adding: “Amidst an ever-changing landscape of resources, unexpected obstacles and a world feverishly digitizing new standards of reality, my sentiment is unwavering — creativity is essential to living.”
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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After five-year hiatus, waterfront Castine restaurant reopens with NY talent

A wharf-side restaurant in Castine that's been closed since 2017 has reopened in the hands of a new owner who moved to the town two years ago from Brooklyn, N.Y. Max Katzenberg is the co-founder of two Brooklyn restaurants. In Castine, he’s brought aboard a pair of fellow New Yorkers — Ingrid Paronich, as general manager, and Taylor Hester, chef.
CASTINE, ME
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Highlights from Marc Jacobs' AW22 show

It was at exactly this time last year that Marc Jacobs returned to the catwalk, hosting his first post-pandemic show at the New York Public Library – and this week, the designer returned to the iconic venue to present his autumn/winter 2022 collection, choosing again to show away from the official NYFW schedule.
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