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FDNY Chief who led Ground Zero recovery and died of 9/11 related cancer is laid to rest

 

 

June 29, 2018

By: Mike Leventhal, APB Staff Reporter

In the chaotic days after the September 11 terror attacks in NYC, the FDNY relied on Chief Ronald Spadafora to lead the department’s rescue and recovery efforts at the …

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METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART HOSTS THE OSCARS OF FASHION

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART HOSTS THE OSCARS OF FASHION 


By:  Mike Leventhal, APB Staff Writer

For the record, it’s officially referred to as the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit.

It’s a black-tie and gown event to raise funds …

Hundreds Protest in NYC Against US Decision to Move its Embassy to Jerusalem

 

By APB Staff Writer

December 8, 2017: New York City

A large crowd of people started in NYC’s Times Square on Friday night to protest a decision by the U.S. to recognize Israel’s capital as Jerusalem.

Hundreds of pro-Palestinian …

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NEW YORKERS EMBRACE AI WEIWEI’S GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS PUBLIC ART EXHIBITS

 

By APB Staff Writer

October 2017, New York City:

New Yorkers and tourists in all five boroughs are flocking to see and experience renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s expansive Good Fences Make Good Neighbors public art exhibits.

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COLUMBUS DAY PARADE KICKS OFF AMID CONTINUING STATUE CONTROVERSY

 

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October 2017 : New York City

New York City’s Columbus Day Parade stepped off Monday morning under gloomy rainy skies and a continuing controversy about the statue of Christopher Columbus and celebrating him as a