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Daily Archives: January 24, 2013
The NYPD announced this evening that the Mayor’s office is offering an additional $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the January 9 homicide of local business owner Jessie Morales. This is in addition to the already offered $12,000 reward by NYPD and Crime Stoppers, bringing the
From not-quite-hits of the 20′s to a rat in the kitchen, there’s plenty to do around South Slope this weekend. These are our top picks: Thursday, January 24 The 2013 Works in Progress Series is showing at BAX (421 5th Ave) this weekend. Thursday night features artist in residence for theatre, Max Steele, and his current work, tentatively
Heads up, fans of Freddy’s (627 5th Ave). The local watering hole will be closed for a good chunk of the day, due to a film shoot in the area that stars someone named Zac Efron. Don’t get too bummed, though, because they will open back up around midnight. If you were hoping to catch
PS 124 and City Councilmember Brad Lander, officially cut the ribbon on the South Slope elementary school’s long awaited bathroom renovations this morning. As the top vote getter from Councilmember Lander’s first ever Participatory Budgeting initiative last year, the school received the needed $150,000 to renovate their severely dilapidated kindergarten and first grade bathrooms, which
The police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Brandon Santana, a 24-year-old man (pictured above) who escaped the 78th precinct while in police custody early Thursday morning, at around 2:00 a.m. According to the NYPD, one officer received minor injuries in the scuffle and is currently being treated at Methodist Hospital. Santana was
Have you visited WNYC’s oddly addicting webpage, Dogs of NYC? These guys sifted through dog license information at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, to come up with canine top ten lists, across the five boroughs. Whether you’re interested in finding the most popular dog names based on beverages, or those that honor