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‘My heart is breaking’: NYC teachers who refuse vaccination prepare for possibility of being removed this week

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Heather Plantamura has been teaching at her Staten Island middle school — working both remotely and in-person — and ensuring her students continued to learn during the tumultuous time. But she may not be able to return to her classroom later this week, as New York City is requiring every public school employee to receive at least one dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
STATEN ISLAND, NY
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Lizzo Challenged Barbie to Top Her Hot-Pink Lace-Up Catsuit, and It's Going to Be Tough

Barbie might want to rethink her signature color, because Lizzo just came for her in a hot-pink catsuit that highlights all her curves in the most flattering way. During her performance at the Global Citizen Live charity event in New York on Sept. 25, Lizzo rocked the bubblegum-pink catsuit, which featured lace-up cutouts from her chest all the way down her legs, making this a look that might be a little too risqué for Barbie.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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NYT Skewers 3-Michelin Star Restaurant’s Vegan Pivot: ‘Smells Like a Burning Joint’

Last year, one of New York City’s ritziest three-Michelin-Star restaurants announced its menu would become entirely plant-based. Eleven Madison Park’s chef and owner Daniel Humm said at the time, “The current food system is simply not sustainable, in so many ways.” The change has come at a price almost as hefty as its $355 tasting menu, according to New York Times reviewer Pete Wells, who wrote in a brutal review that Eleven Madison’s beet, among other unsavory morsels, “tastes like Lemon Pledge and smells like a burning joint.”
NEW YORK CITY, NY

Tony Awards 2021: Fashion—Live From the Red Carpet

Tonight, the 74th annual Tony Awards kick off in New York City, celebrating the best in Broadway showmanship. This year’s awards hold more importance than ever: After more than a year of Broadway being shut down due to Covid, it’s high time to celebrate both the cast and crews who make going to the theatre so special—especially as productions are now ramping up and re-opening to the public. (Shows from both 2019 and 2020 will be acknowledged this evening.)
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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Chloe and Halle Bailey's Sheer Designer Gowns Are Proof That All Good Things Come in Pairs

Chloe and Halle Bailey took the stage at Global Citizen Live in New York on Saturday, and the sisters delivered a vocal performance that was just as stunning as their designer gowns. During impassioned renditions of "Do It," "Cool People," and "Baby Girl," they glided across the stage in sheer Yousef Al Jasmi dresses that created the illusion they were dripping in diamonds.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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CENTERPORT, NY
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Dirty Celebrity: the Alternative Fashion Brand in Jersey City

If you’re looking for a local, sustainable business for alt accessories and clothing, look no further! Eva and Yvette Estime are the women behind Dirty Celebrity, an Alternative fashion brand based in Jersey City. Pulling influence from Japanese streetwear and American goth/punk fashion, Dirty Celebrity offers handmade pieces from forest crowns to pastel goth tops to Y2K rhinestone necklaces.
JERSEY CITY, NJ
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Affordable Housing Lottery Launches for 111 Varick Street in Hudson Square, Manhattan

The affordable housing lottery has launched for 111 Varick Street, a 30-story residential building in Hudson Square, Manhattan. Designed by S9 Architecture with interiors by Chris Shao Studio and developed by Extended, the structure yields 100 residences in a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom layouts. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 30 units for residents at 70 to 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $48,343 to $167,570.
MANHATTAN, NY
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Temptations Cafe in Nyack Closing Today After 30 Years in Business

Temptations Cafe in Nyack Closing Today After 30 Years in Business. “Thank you for the incredible journey over the last 11 years. We have all met great people along the way. Thank you to all of Nyack and everyone for enjoying our food, ice cream, and hospitality along the way.” said Temptations Cafe.
NYACK, NY
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NYC Italian restaurant Lasagna Ristorante opens location in Huntington

There's not much guesswork involved with a restaurant named Lasagna, but there is quite a bit of mystery (and marinara). The restaurant opened on Huntington's New York Ave. in August in the space where Riley's used to be, during steamy summer weather, but the restaurant's owners are confident it will find its niche: Lasagna's parent restaurant in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood has operated continuously for 28 years — through recessions, blackouts, storms and COVID, proving the resiliency and magnetism of pasta al forno.
HUNTINGTON, NY
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