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Police: Homeless Man Goes On Stabbing Spree With Scissors In Greenwich Village

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A homeless man armed with a pair of scissors went on what police are calling a random attack in Greenwich Village, leaving two men seriously hurt. 351 more words

News

WHO’S THAT KNOCKING AT MY DOOR - DOOM IS MARTIN SCORSESE’S VISION OF A MODERN ROMANCE

Martin Scorsese comes knocking with a BFI re-release of what is perhaps his most personal and autobiographical film. Shot for pennies over the duration of four years (1964-68), the film stars Harvey Keitel as a Marty alter-ego college dropout who falls terribly in love with a middle-class blonde girl, played by Zina Bethune. 368 more words

Cinema

New York in July - the everything else

We did a lot of walking during our 5 days in New York.  A lot.  But that is part of the reason why I enjoy the city so much.   301 more words

Holidays

Back On the (Right) Track Again

After going off the rails with my last project, it’s crunch time right now. I’ll either make my preorder or I don’t. And if I make the deadline, I’ll probably end up with subpar work because, well, I don’t know how I can come up with a good story in less than a month. 260 more words

Writer's Life

Dance your booty off *FOR FREE* with ((305)) Fitness

I am so excited to try out the closest thing to Florida in NYC – ((305)) Fitness! This Miami-themed studio has a reputation for being an absolute blast. 158 more words

A Bit of Old Spain in Greenwich Village

“Many Spanish immigrants disembarked in New York docks during the Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries. The largest Spanish enclave in New York was referred to as Little Spain. 934 more words

Things To See

New York in July - what we did

Having established that New York in July is hot hot hot, you’d be forgiven for thinking that being a very pale cold weather addict, I wouldn’t want to do very much.   876 more words

Holidays