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D-Day

D-Day June 6, 1944 We Remember. U.S. Army troops wade ashore on Omaha Beach during the landings, 6 June 1944. Total allied casualties (killed, wounded, missing, or captured) are estimated at approximately 10,000. Operation Overlord (also known as D-Day and Operation Neptune ) was the codename for the Allied invasion of northwest Europe. Operation Neptune

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New York City limits Art Vendors in NY Parks

The Department of Parks and Recreation is planning to slice the number of vendors allowed at some of Manhattan’s busiest parks like Central Park, Union Square Park, Battery Park and the High Line Park. Bloomberg administration proposes on Friday to cut their numbers by 75 percent. Among reasons behind the decision are suggestions that vendors

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The Robots in New York City

Maker Faire, an event for electronics and robots enthusiasts, is coming to New York City. The event is scheduled for September 25 to 26, and will take place at the New York Hall of Science.

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Business in New York City

Why doing business in a place as expensive as New York City? Businesses in the city pays triple what they should be paying for office space anywhere else. However, salaries are at least double what they would be anywhere else. There are hundreds of thousands of small businesses in New York City and some of

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The best neighborhoods in New York

According to article published by nymag.com, the best neighborhood in New York is: Park Slope, 15th St. to Flatbush Ave., Prospect Park West to Fourth Ave. Number two is Lower East Side, Canal St. to Houston St., East River to Bowery. Number three Sunnyside and number four Cobble Hill & Boerum Hill. To read more

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New York City and Governors Island Park

After more than a year of negotiations, New York City is able to take control of Governors Island and convert a big part of the former military outpost into a public park. Last month, New York City reached a similar agreement with the state to take over Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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New York City and Governors Island Park

After more than a year of negotiations, New York City is able to take control of Governors Island and convert a big part of the former military outpost into a public park. Last month, New York City reached a similar agreement with the state to take over Brooklyn Bridge Park.

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Sweet New York

In order to improve the health of New York State residents, New York among other states is considering to erase a tax of about one penny per ounce on high-calorie sweetened beverages.

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New York Times TV

Internet overtakes print in news , so print media switch to Internet and try to provide not only text but also multimedia. New York Times made a next big step toward this trend and it is offering a TimesCast. It is a daily video news program about the top stories The Times is following. It

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Big money is back to Manhattan

NYTimes reports “The big money is back on Wall Street. Wall Street ’09 Bonuses Increase 17%.” Investment banks and securities firms paid employees in New York City about $20.3 billion in annual bonuses, that was up from $17.4 billion for 2008.

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