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Anthony Bourdain's final Instagram post has transformed into something of a virtual tombstone, simultaneously comforting and stoking the grief of those who visit it https://t.co/gSCBRqBtBI
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Restaurants are shortening menus because of new industry realities. But small menus are better anyway, writes @rtsugar https://t.co/XLj3mldJV0
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an hour ago
To understand more about the art of ending a stand-up set, @danreilly11 spoke with eight comedians who chose their favorite set-ending bits and explained why they work so well https://t.co/dkohbCEtPr
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They’ve stripped the dazzle paint from Xanadu, and it’s our loss. On The American Dream Mall, @JDavidsonNYC reports https://t.co/S6DRq5oOvl
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The so-called “smart drugs” are supposed to aid concentration. But how? https://t.co/sGrk5zGG9y
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4 hours ago
"Within about three days, I felt a noticeable difference. When I woke up, my nasal passages were clear, my eyes were de-puffed and less itchy, and there were no fits of nonstop sneezing" https://t.co/UENM8ibh22
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You'll want to start off by creating an effective entryway — a crucial element in preventing bulky items like clothes and shoes from taking up valuable space elsewhere in your apartment https://t.co/mM1bC5G7in
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6 hours ago
For two decades, Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld were Yale Law power brokers. A new generation wants to see them exiled. @irin reports https://t.co/AROdAoJbod
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@NYMag
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7 hours ago
The sense that only a chosen few would get to shine turned a once-collegial news channel into a den of vipers. @caitmosc reports https://t.co/9dLSNTCpjS
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7 hours ago
The drama around the lawsuit revealed not simply sexism at the station but a sharp-elbowed culture in which the rewards were meager and the egos outsize https://t.co/9dLSNTCpjS
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7 hours ago
Then, in 2019, the public illusion of the NY1 family blew up: Five anchors sued NY1’s parent company, Charter Communications, for age and gender discrimination, with the drama playing out in the newsroom and in the city tabloids https://t.co/9dLSNTCpjS
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7 hours ago
Viewers bought into the camaraderie projected on air, even years after the chummy vibe began to dissipate behind the scenes https://t.co/9dLSNTCpjS
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7 hours ago
To watch NY1 — at home or in a laundromat, a nail salon, or the waiting room of a doctor’s office — and recognize its faces was to be a true New Yorker https://t.co/9dLSNTCpjS
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7 hours ago
Since its launch in 1992, NY1 has consistently delivered on its promise: hyperlocal news delivered by someone who could very well live in your neighborhood https://t.co/9dLSNTCpjS
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New York Magazine
7 hours ago
Onscreen, NY1's anchors seem like a happy family. What happens offscreen is a different story. @caitmosc reports on the petty, vindictive, backbiting, lawsuit-laden, career-ruining infighting at everyone's favorite local news station https://t.co/Pz45jHlTgP
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8 hours ago
It takes consistency and effort to achieve a proper runner’s high, which is frustrating — but so worth it https://t.co/8pKJZ67HcT
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