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Manhattan (New York City)

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  • Krusen sets Loyola women's record with seven 3s in 54-34 win

    Nicole Krusen broke the all-time program record with seven 3-pointers as the Loyola women's basketball team beat Manhattan College, 54-34, on Friday night at Reitz Arena. Krusen led all scorers with 21 points for the Greyhounds (10-14, 5-8 Metro...
  • Loyola suffers rare home loss to Iona, 79-71

    Loyola suffers rare home loss to Iona, 79-71
    In a span of less than two minutes of the second half against Iona on Sunday at Reitz Arena, Loyola coach Jimmy Patsos called three timeouts. Patsos was trying to get the Greyhounds to force the Gaels into taking tougher shots and coax his own team into...
  • Raise your glass, the Owl Bar Manhattan

    Raise your glass, the Owl Bar Manhattan
    Old is new, new was old two weeks ago. For what it's worth, this is nothing ... new. Whether it be the churning tides of fashion, music — or in our case, alcohol — the contributions of shows (well, really just one show) like "Mad Men" have...
  • Appaloosa, jazz, progressive and country music June 28-30 in Catonsville

    The Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce's Frederick Road Fridays Summer Concert Series continues June 28 with Appaloosa taking the stage at the Mews on Mellor Avenue, a block from the series' previous location on Egges Lane at Frederick Road. Heavy...
  • Bel Air town government should pass on purchase of historic house near Liriodendron mansion [Editorial]

    At any given time, it's fair to say there are at least a few properties on the market in Harford County that could be described as historic, if the definition of historic simply means old. One such property was brought to the attention of the Bel Air...
  • A fashion-forward guide to NYC

    A fashion-forward guide to NYC
    New York City is the most fashionable place to be seen this week when Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week rolls into Lincoln Center. One of the biggest draws of the event is the opportunity to rub shoulders with the fashion elite: models, photographers, designers,...
  • Harlem Quartet strings together old and new music

    Harlem Quartet strings together old and new music
    Musical and cultural diversity are at the heart of what the Harlem Quartet is all about. The string ensemble brings an eclectic program to Columbia when it performs for the Candlelight Concert Society series on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 8 p.m., at Howard...
  • At your liberty: Statue of Liberty to reopen July 4

    At your liberty: Statue of Liberty to reopen July 4
    On a sun-splashed afternoon that marked the second day of summer, I joined a diverse throng of men, women and children, all waiting to board the Staten Island Ferry — a hulking orange vessel that provides free commuter service between Manhattan...
  • New proposal for Columbia

    Decades ago, developer James W. Rouse looked at a rundown industrial waterfront in downtown Baltimore and saw the makings of an attraction called Harborplace at the Inner Harbor. Now a former Rouse employee looks at an expanse of woods in downtown...
  • Happy ending for 'Noelle,' the lost dog that returns to priest

    Happy ending for 'Noelle,' the lost dog that returns to priest
    If you remember the column about the Rev. Lou Scurti's lost white dog, Noelle, you know she ran from a multiple car accident on Interstate 95 in White Marsh back in August 2011. She was traveling with Father Lou's cousin, Jon Boshart, on their way home to...
  • John Waters' 'Hairspray' keeps its hold on us

    John Waters' 'Hairspray' keeps its hold on us
    "Hairspray" is the product that just keeps giving. In 1988, John Waters added indelibly to his in-a-class-by-itself filmography with this tale of youth, love, race relations, and irrepressible dancing in early-1960s Baltimore. Fourteen years later,...
  • Recreation and outdoors calendar

    Scuba diving Monday Jan. 21: Scuba instructor John Kiser will explain how to become a certified diver and will discuss local dive sites. The 7:30 p.m. meeting, presented by Broadneck/Magothy River MSSA Chapter 10, will be at American Legion Post 175,...