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New York Today: Rangel Censured Over Violations of Ethics Rules; 'I Destroyed Innocent Lives,' Cheshire Killer Says

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Representative Charles B. Rangel spoke to reporters at the Capitol after the House voted for his censure.

As Rangel Stands Silently, Censure Vote Rings Loudly

Despite an impassioned plea for mercy from Representative Charles B. Rangel, the House voted 333-79 to censure him for ethics violations.

'I Destroyed Innocent Lives,' Cheshire Killer Says

At the hearing at which he was sentenced to die, Steven J. Hayes said he was deeply sorry for the murders.

N.Y.C. Misdemeanor Defendants Lack Bail Money

A report reveals that thousands arrested for low-level crimes spend days in jail because they can't afford bail.

Recount Finds 195,000 Votes Were Missed on Election Night

A cumbersome, manual process left 17 percent of the votes cast uncounted in the initial tally.




After 30 Years, Preserving Nuns' Legacy

At the Maura Clarke-Ita Ford Center, a nonprofit center for immigrants, the anniversary of the brutal murders of four churchwomen in El Salvador had special resonance.

The Ringside Bar and Grill, in Whitestone, Queens.
Neighborhood Joint | Whitestone

Kicking Back in a Temple to the Ring

Ringside Bar and Grill in Whitestone, Queens, is owned by a boxer and dedicated to the boxing life - but the testosterone is kept in check.


Google Signs Deal to Buy Manhattan Office Building

The Internet search giant has agreed to pay more than $1.8 billion for the property, one of the largest office buildings in New York.


Brandon Prust scoring one of the Rangers' two second-period goals in a 6-5 victory.

Rangers Hold On Against Islanders

The Rangers' Marian Gaborik scored the game winner with just over five minutes left to play and only 25 seconds after the Islanders had tied the game.

Real Estate

A view of Canal Street, looking west from the Sheraton Tribeca, shows traffic bound for the Holland Tunnel, as well as the One York condo, at left, with the Maserati showroom on its ground floor.

Canal Street, Is That Really You?

Shiny apartment buildings have popped up along western Canal Street, a strip fast shedding its image as a destination for knockoffs.

At 131 East 66th Street, a co-op with 22-foot ceilings is listed for $3.5 million.
Big Deal

Co-op in the Platt-Designed 'Studio Building' Is for Sale

The two-bedroom apartment, with 22-foot ceilings in the living and dining area, is on the market for $3.5 million.

Dining & Wine

Patrons at Totonno's, a pizzeria in Coney Island.
Hey, Mr. Critic

Looking for Old Brooklyn? Nosh This Way

Where to get a taste of the real Kings County old school and find delicious Italian food in a space that's lively but not too loud.


Mr. Maddalone's boxing photos show off his trademark tattoo of a rosary around his neck.

Slide Show: Neighborhood Joint: Ringside Bar and Grill

When he's not training, you can find Vinny Maddalone, the heavyweight boxer, at his restaurant in Whitestone, Queens.


The filmmaker Peter Greenaway surveys a projection of a Veronese work.

'Last Supper' for the Laptop Generation

"Leonardo's Last Supper," the traveling Peter Greenaway painting-cinema-lecture-installation-whatever-it-might-be extravaganza, has come to New York.

Theater Review | 'Metamorphosis'

Inhabiting a Six-Legged Nightmare: What Becomes a Monster Most?

An adaptation of Kafka's "Metamorphosis" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music has been conceived with visual imagination and startling physical power.

Inside Art

Adding Green Space to MoMA With Tropical Terrariums

The Museum of Modern Art lobby is abloom with terrariums in biomorphic containers, designed by Paula Hayes.

An installation view of
Art Review

Visual Culture Out of Africa

"The Global Africa Project" at the Museum of Arts & Design surveys the pervasiveness of Africa in contemporary visual culture of all kinds: jewelry, fashion, architecture, ceramics and more.

The Scoop

The Scoop iPhone App

An insider's guide to what to eat, drink and do in New York has a new shopping section. A list of our favorite places to buy clothes and accessories, compiled by the editors and reporters in the Styles section and T Magazine.

The Listings
Longer versions of selected event listings in the New York area this week are now available online.
Warung Bebas Videos


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