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NYC man arrested for killing ex-girlfriend after baby shower

The man who allegedly fatally shot his pregnant ex-girlfriend shortly after her baby shower in Harlem was busted early Thursday, according to police sources. Justin Soriano, 40, was picked up at a Bronx home by the borough’s Warrants Squad in connection to the slaying of Shanice Young, 31, at West 128th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard around 1 a.m. Sunday, the sources said.
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Gabby Petito Search: Video Shows Couple Questioned About Physical Altercation In Utah, Fiancé Told Police Road Trip Created ‘Emotional Strain’

BLUE POINT, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — CBS2 has obtained new body camera footage of an encounter between police and missing Long Island native Gabby Petito. Her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, is seen in the video with scratches on his face and arm. On Thursday, the FBI, Florida police and Petito’s distraught father begged the public and Laundrie for information, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported. “What I need from everybody here is help, because the goal is still not met. That goal is to bring Gabby home safe,” said Joseph Petito, Gabby’s father. “I’m asking for help from everyone here. I’m asking for help from everyone at...
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Middletown Press

Gabriele's Italian Steakhouse opening soon in Westport

WESTPORT — Danny Gabriele likes providing good food to people willing to appreciate it, but he also likes a little glamour. Gabriele was owner of Gabriele’s Italian Steakhouse in Greenwich and, before it closed in 2019, the eatery attracted the likes of Robert DeNiro, Michael Douglas, Judge Judy and others. Now Gabriele is on the verge of opening a new Gabriele’s Italian Steakhouse, and he said he purposely picked Westport as the restaurant’s home because of the town’s upscale vibe.

Whole Foods Adds Long Island Location

A new Whole Foods store is set to open on Oct. 6 in Massapequa, N.Y. The 38,500-square-foot location in Long Island will include some of the retailer’s core features, like an expansive prepared foods section and full service butcher and seafood counters, as well as some newer offerings and amenities.

Cava Comes to Long Island

The casual Mediterranean restaurant Cava opened its first Long Island location in August and it’s already a hit. Newsday reported long lines from the day it opened in a new shopping center on Walt Whitman Road in Melville. The menu consists of build-your-own bowls that are popular with many newer...
Connecticut Post

7 new Connecticut restaurants to try this October

A look at some new and interesting places on the Connecticut dining scene. Six years after opening his Appétit Bistro in Port Chester, Edwin Montoya debuted a second location in early September, bringing French cuisine to South Norwalk's Washington Street Historic District. The menu combines classic French dishes and others with Mediterranean influences, with standouts like escargot en croute, duck à l’orange, hanger steak frites with peppercorn sauce and Italian-inspired chicken scarpariello.

What to eat (or not) at Long Island's first Top Golf in Holtsville

At barcades and the like, food and drink is usually tangential to the experience: The cheap vodka tonics in a bowling alley, for instance, or the Korean-style sticky ribs at Dave & Buster’s. Neither are primary draws, but both still carry their own thrill. Is there anything like that at...

Pet Adoption: Angela, Friendly and Playful features dogs and cats that are up for adoption by Pet Rescue, a no kill pet shelter in Harrison. Adult size: Small (35 – 55 lbs) Angela is a typical puppy. She is friendly, playful and can’t wait to say hello to everyone she meets, both humans and other dogs. Angela is a new member of the Pet Rescue pack, and we are still getting to know her.

A historical adventure: Culper Spy Day returns Sept. 18

On Saturday, Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Three Village Historical Society, Tri-Spy Tours and the Long Island Museum will host a day of spy-related tours and activities for the 7th annual Culper Spy Day, named for the Culper Spy Ring founded by Benjamin Tallmadge, George Washington’s chief intelligence officer during the Revolutionary War.