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Rare, 1,000-pound sculpture by ‘Astor Place cube’ artist sells at auction

A largescale work by Tony Rosenthal — the artist behind the famous Astor Place cube called “The Alamo” — has sold at auction for $62,500 to a New York dealer. The 9-foot tall, 1,000-pound piece, titled “Lovers,” is made with brushed aluminum. The sculpture was up for bidding from Roland Auctions in Glen Cove, NY, as part of Rosenthal’s personal collection and was formerly housed on his lawn in Southampton.
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U.S. Appeals Panel Backs New York City Vaccine Mandate for School Staff

TUESDAY, Sept. 28, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- All New York City teachers and school staff will still need to get a COVID-19 vaccine following an unexpected ruling from a federal appeals panel on Monday that upheld the school system's vaccine mandate. While Mayor Bill de Blasio recently ordered the city's...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Small Business Spotlight: Prohibition N.Y. in Jackson Heights

JACKSON HEIGHTS, Queens — Chef Felix Castro described his beloved Jackson Heights as, “the Latin Times Square.”. For that very reason, Castro wanted to launch his latest venture in the lively Queens neighborhood. It’s called Prohibition, a concept bar and restaurant which pulls from the era where having a good...

Man charged dealing drugs in Warren County, cops find over 1,000 heroin packets during arrest, prosecutor says

A Paterson, New Jersey, man is charged following an investigation into heroin distribution in Warren County, authorities said Tuesday. Following the four-week probe, investigators on Sept. 23 stopped a vehicle in Hackettstown and took passenger Marquis L. Wedderburn into custody, Warren County Prosecutor James Pfeiffer said in a news release.
WARREN COUNTY, NJ
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Sheinkopf Speaks: Speaking Out For Rikers’ Blue-Collar Workers

So it is was how many New Yorkers felt when they heard outraged members of our highly paid government expressing shame and shock after they visited Rikers Island. It was possibly the first time some self-identified progressives got the treatment actual working people often receive: urine and feces thrown at them with a touch of spit added. Ah, the agony.
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17-Year-Old Killed In Shooting In Elizabeth, New Jersey

ELIZABETH, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Investigators say the victim of a deadly shooting in Elizabeth was just 17 years old. Paul Baez was found Monday afternoon on Fulton Street. Police were called to the area after reports for gunshots. Union County prosecutors are asking for information from witnesses. No arrests have...
ELIZABETH, NJ
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Trump Loses Case Against Omarosa, Who Wrote Tell-All White House Book

A New York arbitrator said former President Donald Trump's non-disclosure agreement against his ex-White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman is "unenforceable" in a ruling handed down on Monday. Arbitrator T. Andrew Brown said in the ruling that the terms of Trump’s non-disclosure agreement were "highly problematic" because it did not...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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McNair over Roselle Catholic - Boys soccer recap

Junior Sebastien Ehrenfeld tallied two goals as McNair topped Roselle Catholic 4-1 in Jersey City. Senior Alejandro Marote finished with a goal and an assist while junior David Carrera added a goal for McNair (3-2-2), which is unbeaten in its last four matches. Junior Purabh Singh contributed with two assists and sophomore goalie Liam Stapley had three saves.
JERSEY CITY, NJ
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Employer vaccine mandates convert some workers, but not all

NEW YORK (AP) — Businesses that have announced vaccine mandates say some workers who had been on the fence have since gotten inoculated against COVID-19. But many holdouts remain — a likely sign of what is to come once a federal mandate goes into effect. Even before President Joe Biden's...
NEW YORK CITY, NY

A ‘musical tunnel’ soundscape featuring 31 performing musicians is coming to Snug Harbor

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The darkest and lightest sounds of music will have one of the borough’s most beloved spaces humming this Sunday. The Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden will be host to Placed Notes Opus II, a special composition of 31 performing artists who will bring a range of sound as they walk the grounds. According to organizers, the event features “placed notes organized in space creating a musical tunnel or spiral with specific soundscape concepts — one parameter being the cardinal points: lighter keys in the south, darker keys and modes in the north, ascending sounds in the east and descending sounds in the west.”
STATEN ISLAND, NY

Scotch Plains-Fanwood over Oak Knoll - Girls soccer recap

Leah Klurman scored a goal and assist as Scotch Plains-Fanwood defeated Oak Knoll, 4-0 in Scotch Plains. Gabby Palermo, Alexa Fazio and Ashley Defrancesco all scored for the Raiders (3-3-1). Oak Knoll (2-3) stopped six shots in goal. “The N.J. High School Sports newsletter now appearing in mailboxes 5 days...
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