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Police: Man Stabbed In Head With Machete After Argument At Walmart In Kearny, N.J.

KEARNY, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — There was chaos inside a Walmart in Kearny, New Jersey when a man was stabbed with a machete during an argument Friday, police said. Police got to the store on Harrison Avenue around 10:30 a.m. after someone called 911 to report an assault, CBS2’s Jenna DeAngelis reported. Police said they found a 43-year-old man inside the store with a deep cut and blood streaming down the back of his head. As CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports, police say the two strangers had an argument while standing in line and punches were thrown before the machete was swung. “It was an altercation...
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Royal News Roundup: Another Royal Baby, Meghan & Harry’s Trip to NYC and More

Here, all the royal news you need to know for the week of September 23, 2021. Last week, Prince William shared a video on Instagram of himself sitting down at a typewriter (yes, you read that correctly) to pen a special forward for the new book Earthshot: How to Save Our Planet. In the video, the Duke of Cambridge gave followers a glimpse into his home office as well as his unique typing style. Turns out, the 39-year-old types with his pointer fingers only.
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NYC sees 5 shot in 4 separate incidents overnight

At least five people were injured in four separate shootings overnight across the Big Apple, cops said Thursday. A 24-year-old man was blasted in the chest following an argument with another man on East 165th Street near Trinity Avenue, on the grounds of NYCHA’s Forest Houses in the Bronx, around 2 a.m., authorities said.
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This Tiny One-Bedroom for Sale in Brooklyn Feels Much Larger, Thanks to a Smart Layout

Address: 25 Plaza Street West, #4A, Brooklyn, New York. During your daily Zillow scroll, do you ever come across a place for sale in your city and think: This is it. This is where I need to live. It’s different than pining for a mansion in the country or a gigantic penthouse downtown — it’s a longing for a seriously upgraded version of the home you might live in now. In other words, it’s a not-so-far-fetched dream home. A goal home.
BROOKLYN, NY

One Caribbean Island Took a Bold Approach to Tourism During COVID. It May Have Worked.

Back in April of 2021, the Caribbean island of Monserrat reopened its borders to tourists after closing them 13 months previously, and set about incentivizing tourists with a new remote worker program — a not altogether uncommon post-shutdown phenomenon. But according to a new report by The New York Times, requirements to participate in the program are … slightly more uncommon.
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How the 'Hot Dog King of NYC' continues to reign after 40 years

NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — How do some New York City food vendors get the prime locations? One hot dog cart owner tells us, sometimes you have to sleep on it. Dan Rossi, 71, is known as the "Hot Dog King of NYC" and has had his hot dog cart outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art at Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street for years – serving hundreds of locals and tourists every day.
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ThredUp & Madewell Launch Brooklyn Pop-Up Shop That’s Stocked Entirely With Secondhand Clothes

ThredUp is taking shopping full circle — literally. On Thursday, the online consignment and thrift store launched an in-person pop-up shop in partnership with Madewell that’s stocked entirely with secondhand clothes. Located in Brooklyn, New York, the store is a limited-edition extension of the online Madewell Forever denim resale experience that launched in July. Inside the pop-up, consumers will find a range of 100% secondhand Madewell product that is sourced from ThredUp. Retailing from $10 to $40, denim, dresses, jackets, sweaters, tees, and more is available to purchase. The goal is to extend the lifecycle of clothing and challenge the traditional structure...
BROOKLYN, NY
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Kendall Jenner Attends Khai Fadra's Birthday Dinner At Zero Bond In NYC Wearing $16,500 Outfit — Get The Look For Under $40

All products featured on OK! Magazine are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, OK! Magazine may earn an affiliate commission. Article continues below advertisement. Kendall Jenner was captured on camera attending Khai Fadra's birthday dinner at the NYC club Zero Bond on...
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Every garment in this new Madewell store has already been worn

Madewell’s store in Brooklyn seems like any other, with tidy racks of jeans and folded sweaters artfully laid out. But here, every product has already been worn. Today, Madewell joins forces with ThredUp, the largest online consignment and thrift store, to debut a new retail concept called a “Circular Store” on the second floor of the brand’s existing Williamsburg location. Customers will be able to shop an assortment of pre-owned Madewell products, repair and tailor garments, and drop off old clothes. While the store is temporary, the two companies say it’s meant to help them explore how fashion brands can start selling secondhand products in-house, including in their brick-and-mortar locations.
BROOKLYN, NY

A US – Europe Jet Lag Routine That Works Well!

From the start, let me be clear: you’re not going to like this. But, and it’s a big b-u-t, if you do follow these tips, you will wake up in London or any other European capital feeling as fresh as you did when you left New York, ready to enjoy one of the finest cities in the world.
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Áwet New York Is New to Saks and Championing Comfort That Cares

Click here to read the full article. With sweats season among us, not just any label will suffice without a backstory. Áwet New York, which means “victory” in Eritrean, was founded by eponymous designer and former refugee Áwet Woldegebriel in 2020. The staple line aptly called “A Promise to New York” pays respect to New York City’s garment workforce, according to the designer, by paying livable wages and monitoring every aspect of production and manufacturing with constant dialogue “to ensure [workers] are in a safe environment,” he said.More from WWDHoliday Windows 2019Saks Hosts Cocktail for Olivier Rousteing at Le ChaletSaks Celebrates...
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