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  • December 2011 schedule of TV premieres and specials

    December 2011 schedule of TV premieres and specials
    In the real world, December means holidays. In the world of TV, you add a word to that: special. Here's a look at some of the season and series premieres this month, but more importantly, the specials. And most of those are holiday specials. And most,...
  • Scaffolding Crashes Down On Chelsea Sidewalk

    Scaffolding Crashes Down On Chelsea Sidewalk
    Police were investigating the cause of a scaffolding collapse in Chelsea Friday morning. According to officials, the six-story scaffolding crumbled down on West 14th St. near Seventh Avenue some time before 8 a.m. It wasn't clear what caused the...
  • Helicopters To Spray Larvicide In NYC's West Nile Virus Hotspots

    Helicopters To Spray Larvicide In NYC's West Nile Virus Hotspots
    You may hear helicopters buzzing unpopulated areas that are near West Nile hotspots. From 6 a.m. till 7 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the City is scheduled to spray larvicide to kill mosquitos before they breed. The spraying will take place in...
  • 12 places to visit in 2012

    12 places to visit in 2012
    New Mexico: This year, New Mexicans mark 100 years of statehood. But much of the state's appeal stems from its human history that goes back much further. (In 2010, Santa Fe celebrated 400 years of cityhood.) Explore here: the adobe architecture and art...
  • January TV series, season & winter premiere schedule

    January TV series, season & winter premiere schedule
    Now that the holidays are (almost) over, you're probably ready for your favorite shows to return as the midseason schedule kicks in. A lot of brand new shows premiere in January as well. So get ready. Here's a list of series, season and winter premiere...
  • A crucial chapter for the storied Chelsea Hotel

    The Chelsea Hotel had a beleaguered look. A tenant had draped several banners across the legendary establishment's red brick facade: "Stanley Bard is my hero," one banner proclaimed. The signs referred to the hotel's part-owner and longtime manager who...
  • Words from the past, insights for today

    Words from the past, insights for today
    Saturday morning, hyperbolic weather reporters here barked out warnings of heavy wind and drenching rain all day. A shower or two did dampen Manhattan streets, but the real New York weather over the weekend was elsewhere. Friday night at the Chelsea...
  • The worlds of David Hockney

    The worlds of David Hockney
    David Hockney, renowned chronicler of Los Angeles' sun-drenched life and landscapes, hasn't been around much lately. He's much more likely to be painting these days in his native Yorkshire than in his adopted Southern California. But unlock the studio...
  • Report: Tipsy Timberlake Gets Toasted, Disses Lohan

    Report: Tipsy Timberlake Gets Toasted, Disses Lohan
    Pop star Justin Timberlake, who's known to keep it together in the club, reportedly hit the bottle a little bit too hard while partying in New York City recently. A tipsy Timberlake reportedly dissed Hollywood actress and Long Island native, Lindsay...
  • American tourists at home in Cuba

    American tourists at home in Cuba
    The St. Patrick’s Day parade was a little late, but the Cuban bagpipers and the blond transvestite in green satin made up for it in spirit as they sashayed down O'Reilly Street to observe Cuba's historic connections to Ireland. (Apparently, even Che...
  • From gritty to glamorous

    From gritty to glamorous
    When Laurel Canyon native Noah Stone went looking for a place to call his own last year, his thoughts first turned to Silver Lake and Atwater Village. But then Stone, 35, remembered an ad he had seen in Dwell magazine about a new part of downtown near...
  • New York's Hotel Chelsea recalls gritty era