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Kim Dickens Pays Touching Tribute to Friend and Gone Girl Co-Star Lisa Banes

Kim Dickens is mourning the loss of her friend and Gone Girl co-star Lisa Banes, who died on Monday at the age of 65 after suffering injuries from a hit-and-run accident earlier this month in New York City. Banes played Marybeth Elliott, the co-author of "The Amazing Amy" book series and the mother of Rosamund Pike's character Amy Dunne, in the 2014 feature film adaptation of author Gillian Flynn's 2012 novel of the same name. The David Fincher-directed thriller also starred Dickens as Detective Rhonda Boney, the lead investigator on the case of Amy's disappearance.
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New York City, NYMSNBC

After Trump embrace, police unions find top Dems pushing back

Early voting is underway in the election for New York City’s mayor. Thirteen Democratic candidates are running to replace Bill de Blasio, including Maya Wiley, who is differentiating herself from other top Dems in the race who have been touting endorsements from police unions by plugging her lack of police union support. The former MSNBC contributor joins MSNBC’s Ari Melber to discuss police accountability and public safety.
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Queens, NYNew York Post

Gov. Cuomo closing some mass vaccination sites as COVID fight shifts gears

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the state will close several mass vaccination sites now that over 70 percent of adult New Yorkers have received at least one COVID-19 shot. Upstate locations at Corning, Oneonta, Potsdam and York College in Jamaica, Queens will close on Monday, June 21 as the state starts to “downscale” larger sites and instead “shift their resources for localized vaccination efforts.”
New York City, NYNew York Post

Garcia, Yang to campaign together before first ranked-choice vote

Two leading contenders vying to become the Big Apple’s next mayor will campaign together Saturday — an unprecedented move that came together due to June 22 being the city’s first ranked-choice primary where voters can list their top five candidates. The campaigns of the two mayoral hopefuls — entrepreneur Andrew...
New York City,

Sapar Contemporary opens an exhibition of new works on canvas by Jorge Otero-Pailos

Jorge Otero-Pailos, Distributed Monument 73 [From The Ethics of Dust Series: U.S. Old Mint, San Francisco, CA], 2015. NEW YORK, NY.- Sapar Contemporary is presenting Distributed Monuments by Jorge Otero-Pailos, the new works on canvas presenting dust extracted from two historic sites: the Old U.S. Mint in San Francisco and the Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, New York. Like two sides of a coin, they show distinctive yet interconnected remains of America's Gilded Age. The casts from the Old U.S. Mint capture a century and a half of soot accumulated on the chimneys used to mint coins from the California Gold Rush, the pollution from which has remained an otherwise invisible material. The casts from the Lyndhurst Mansion present a century of water damage that turned the pool building of the estate, once a playground for one of America’s richest families, into a ruin.
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This '90s Teen Star Quit Hollywood a Decade Ago. See Leelee Sobieski Now.

Many of the teen stars of the '90s are burned into our brains from rewatching our favorite films over and over. But if you saw them now, decades later, would you recognize them? Leelee Sobieski starred in a string of memorable movies in the '90s and early 2000s, including Never Been Kissed, The Glass House, and Deep Impact, before quitting Hollywood for good. Now 38 and going by her married name, Leelee Kimmel, the ex-actor has found a completely new creative outlet and is also enjoying being a mom. Read on to learn why Sobieski left acting behind, and see what she looks like now.
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SuperReal Art Installation | Experience New York From New Lens | Cipriani | Manhattan | Summer 2021

#SuperReal #Cipriani #NewYork Hello my Friends! This is my first time I'm posting on this platform, so WELCOME! If you like digital art and immersive art installations - this is for you! Only this summer, only at Cipriani at 25 Broadway, New York, NY. Enjoy the show! For more information go here: <a href=""></a>/ Subscribe to my YouTube channel: <a href=""></a>/ Music: Divergent - Ooyy (<a href=""></a>/)
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Prices soar at Doyle's Important Jewelry Auction as sale total doubles expectations

NEW YORK, NY.- Prices soared at Doyle's June 17 auction of Important Jewelry reflecting the current robust market and Doyle's ability to achieve exceptional prices. Bidders from around the globe vied for luxurious jewelry from prominent collections and distinguished estates across the country. Among the dazzling offerings were jewels by the world’s most prestigious makers, including Graff, Cartier, Harry Winston, David Webb, Van Cleef & Arpels and Tiffany & Co.