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"Broke" and abandoned: Rudy Giuliani is reportedly now getting the cold shoulder from Trump

Donald Trump is continuing to rake in the cash from supporters while shrugging his shoulders at the people who failed to secure him a second term. Despite boasting a war chest of more than $100 million, Trump is reportedly refusing to extend any help to his former personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, who is now struggling under a mountain of legal fees that could leave the former New York mayor entirely broke. According to The New York Times, Trump raised a whopping $102 million in the first half of 2021. Salon reported last month that he has been relatively frugal in his spending habits, opting to not direct any of the money toward his election conspiracy efforts, including the GOP-backed recounts in Georgia, Pennsylvania, or Arizona.
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Soap opera star Jay Pickett dies ‘suddenly’ on movie set

Longtime soap opera actor Jay Pickett has “passed away suddenly” while filming a movie in Idaho. Pickett, 60, was on the “Treasure Valley” set when he died Friday, director Travis Mills said Sunday in a statement online. “Everyone present tried as hard as they could to keep him alive,” Mills wrote. “Our hearts are broken and we grieve for his family who are so devastated by this shocking ...
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Human remains found in woods ID'd as LI teen: police

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — Skeletal remains found in a wooded area on Long Island last month belonged to a teen from Hempstead, authorities said Monday. Nineteen-year-old Gerson Pineda's remains were found on the west side of Meadowbrook Parkway in Uniondale around 9 a.m. on July 20, Nassau County police said.
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Police search underway after fatal stabbing in the Bronx

(Angel Zayas/Getty Images) (THE BRONX, N.Y.) Police officers in the Bronx are in search of two men involved in a fatal stabbing on Friday, according to AM New York. Police sources report 35-year-old Jesse Jackson, from Mount Vernon, was stabbed in the neck and back during an altercation with the two unidentified suspects outside a home on East 227th Street near Barnes Avenue in Edenwald at around 6:58 p.m.
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New Yorker wins $1,000 a day for life in New Jersey lottery

TRENTON (Aug. 2, 2021) – One New York Lottery CASH4LIFE ticket matched the five white balls and the Cash Ball drawn for the Sunday, August 1, drawing winning the $1,000 a day for life grand prize. In addition, one New Jersey player won $2,500 for matching four white balls and the Cash Ball drawn. Moreover, 8,312 players won $42,252 in cash prizes ranging from $2 to $500 with 1,954 of those tickets doubling their prize with DOUBLER. The winning numbers were: 11, 30, 33, 47 and 60. The Cash Ball was: 01.
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The Best Chicken Parm In Every State

Chicken parm, a staple dish on many Italian-American restaurant menus, is equal parts flavor and comfort. It is one of those foods that can be enjoyed during any occasion—from family celebrations to date night or a splurge-worthy night in (it's not always cheap!). Lucky for us, this menu favorite can be found practically anywhere.
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[WATCH] Meet the Seafood Queen of Harlem

Chef Tami Treadwell, known as “The Seafood Lady” to her customers, serves up soul food and Black excellence to the people of Harlem with her food truck Harlem Seafood Soul. Chef and owner Tami takes as much pride in her passed-down recipes as she does the NYC neighborhood where she was born and raised. Known for her garlic butter shrimp and creamy grits, fried mac and cheese bites, fish tacos, and seafood po’ boys, Tami serves to her beloved community at the corner of 7th Avenue and 125th Street. Harlem Seafood Soul is the first and only solar-powered, eco-friendly food cart in the area– just one aspect of her business that Tami is honored to bring to her neighborhood. The three-year-old food cart has become a fixture in Harlem, and Tami’s love for the food, people, and history of her uptown community inspires her to keep going.
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Restaurants and bars tackle surge in COVID-19 cases and new mask rules

After a few busy and hopeful months, restaurants still digging out of pandemic debt now fear they could be done in by the fast-spreading Delta variant of the coronavirus. "The last few months have been very promising, after a year and a half of going into the red," Ivy Mix, co-owner of Leyenda, a cocktail bar and restaurant in Brooklyn, New York, told CBS MoneyWatch. "Now it's, 'Oh god, is this going to be it?' again."
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Lady Gaga Casually Wore a Giant Valentino Couture Feather Hat and Matching Cape Dress

Lady Gaga unleashed a surprise Valentino fall/winter 2021 Haute Couture look on the streets of New York City last night, just because. The singer was photographed leaving the first night of rehearsals for her upcoming show with Tony Bennett at Radio City Music Hall. She stepped out in a purple Valentino cape dress, citron leather gloves, and a giant ostrich feather hat designed by Philip Treacy for the fashion house. She accessorized the outfit with Marc Jacobs sunglasses.

1653 Pizza Company Opens in Huntington

1653 Pizza Company recently opened in Huntington and it’s lighting up Yelp and other food review sites with high praise. Describing itself as a coal-fired pizzeria and cocktail bar the menu is simple yet contains just about everything you’d expect - and some things you might not. For example, the...
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$27.85 for a beer at LaGuardia: Erroneous sky-high prices at airports sparks audit, report says

Have sky-high prices at New York City’s three major airports’ restaurants and concession stands ever had you brewing with anger?. According to a recent report by THE CITY, OTG — which runs restaurants and stores at LaGuardia, Kennedy and Newark airports — recently informed the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey it was conducting a self-audit after several flyers took to social media to lambast the airports for their outrageous pricing, including one customer at a LaGuardia Airport bar who tweeted out a beer list with several hard-to-swallow prices.

Housing Lottery Opens for 13 Units in New Building Rising on Salvation Army Site in Clinton Hill

An affordable housing lottery has opened for 13 units in a five-story building under construction at 26 Quincy Street in Clinton Hill. The new building, with its bold matte-black stucco exterior, stands next to Francis Kimball’s 1899 distribution facility at 22 Quincy Street, most recently home to a Salvation Army outpost for decades. The new building occupies a slice of the former Salvation Army property. The Kimball building is in the process of being converted to condos.
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Changing Diets Mean More Americans Are Anemic Now

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 4, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Growing numbers of Americans aren't getting enough iron in their diets most likely due to changes in farming practices and a shift away from red meat, researchers report. The upshot: Rates of iron-deficiency anemia are on the rise. "Iron deficiency remains a major...