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WTF?: Live in a Two-Bedroom Kips Bay Apartment With 21 Roommates

WTF?: Live in a Two-Bedroom Kips Bay Apartment With 21 Roommates In today's installment of That Can't Be Legal, a lawless broker, or self-appointed landlord (or both) tries to sell presumably unassuming folk on the merits of living in a two-bedroom, 22-bedded Kips Bay apartment. That's right, 22 beds. 21...


Comment Of The Week: "I would disagree with a 'something...

Comment Of The Week: "I would disagree with a 'something... "I would disagree with a 'something is better than nothing' statement as well. Waiting for the right development is far better than settling for a sh*tty one that will be there for the next 30 (to) 50 years." — commenter...


One on One: Sarah Jessica Parker Talks Instagram and That New Shoe Smell

One on One: Sarah Jessica Parker Talks Instagram and That New Shoe Smell Last Friday, Sarah Jessica Parker made a visit to Nordstrom at Tysons Corner Center to meet fans and sign their shoes, and to discuss the fall collection of her exclusive-to-Nordstrom shoe and handbag...


Closing arguments begin in ex-governor's trial

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell arrives at federal court in Richmond, Va., Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014. The prosecution in the McDonnell corruption case begins its rebuttal Thursday. (AP Photo/Steve Helber) RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Closing arguments have started in the public corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.


English clubs spending record amounts this summer

Manchester United's new player Angel Di Maria poses for photographers holding his new shirt, at Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester, England, Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014. Manchester United have signed winger Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid for a British record transfer fee of £59.7m. The Argentine winger had a medical in Manchester on Tuesday and has signed a five-year deal. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant) LONDON (AP) — With frenetic deadline-day dealings still to come, Premier League clubs have already spent record amounts in this summer's transfer window as they benefit from increased income from broadcast revenues.


The Shutter: Another Spot Moves as E. Houston Preps for Construction

The Shutter: Another Spot Moves as E. Houston Preps for Construction The impending doom of Orchard Street and East Houston is fastly approaching. After the shutter of longtime Houston Street fixture Bereket and the tiny Philly's Cheese Steak shuttered in late June, a handful of remaining businesses on the block...


Michel Nischan Wire: Spanish-American chef José Andrés interviews chef...

Michel Nischan Wire: Spanish-American chef José Andrés interviews chef... Spanish-American chef José Andrés interviews chef and two-time James Beard Award winner Michel Nischan. On fixing the world, the men agree to start with food: "Food is our common ground. It gathers us together, no matter what our background or...


'Walking Dead' Marine battalion to be deactivated

FILE -In this July 3, 1968 file photo, Marines of the first battalion, ninth marines ride on a lightweight tank-like vehicle carrying four 106mm recoilless rifles near Khe Sanh in Vietnam. The Marine Corps is holding a deactivation ceremony on Friday, Aug. 29, 2014, for the 1st Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, a battalion nicknamed the “Walking Dead.” (AP Photo/Stone) RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Decades before the television show, a Marine Corps battalion decorated for extensive combat in World War II and Vietnam earned the nickname the "Walking Dead."


Britain raises terror threat level on Iraq, Syria fears

In an image grab from Parliament TV taken on July 7, 2014, British Home Secretary Theresa May speaks to the House of Commons in London British Home Secretary Theresa May said Friday the country's terror threat risk level was being raised to "severe" due to fears over the situation in Iraq and Syria. "The increase in the threat level is related to developments in Syria and Iraq where terrorist groups are planning attacks against the West," May said. The "severe" threat level means an attack is "highly likely", although May added there was no intelligence to suggest that an attack was imminent. The threat level is now at the second highest level out of five possible categories and is at its highest since July 2011.


Chocolate-prosciutto-peanut grilled bananas? Yes!

This July 28, 2014 photo shows chocolate peanut butter coated grilled bananas in Concord, N.H. The wrapped bananas spend a little time on the grill so the insides can get warm and tender, while the outside crisps nicely. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead) You're going to have to trust me on this one.


Eater Inside: Photos of Tandem Coffee + Bakery, Late Opening Day

Eater Inside: Photos of Tandem Coffee + Bakery, Late Opening Day Tandem Coffee + Bakery opened yesterday, and it was hopping from the start. Co-owner Kathleen Pratt said the turnout was inspiring, and much larger than expected. The bakery sold out of pastries...


AP NewsAlert

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Closing arguments begin in public corruption trial of former Virginia governor, wife.

Linkage: Salvaged Cafe; Road Home Houses; More!

Linkage: Salvaged Cafe; Road Home Houses; More! Springs of Life Cafe opens in Covington Road Home Houses hit the market in St. Bernard Parish Two words: Gumbo Party New Morris Jeff building lean on parking Packed Labor Day: weekend picks for a busy weekend Hurricane Katrina...


US stocks edge higher in early trading

FILE - This July 15, 2013 file photo shows a sign for Wall Street outside the New York Stock Exchange, in New York. European and Asian stock markets were subdued Friday, Aug. 29, 2014, after data showed Japan's economy is struggling to recover from a sales tax hike and that inflation in the eurozone slipped again, a sign the recovery remains weak. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) The U.S. stock market is opening slightly higher as a series of reports on the U.S. economy rolls out.


Listage: Okra in Ice Cream; Best Happy Hours in Charleston

Listage: Okra in Ice Cream; Best Happy Hours in Charleston · How to Eat Burritos · Inside Noma's Science Bunker · Tim Hortons Wants to Take Down Dunkin' Donuts · Okra-Stabilized Ice Cream · The Dark Side of Almonds · How to Break Free from Corporate Chicken · Too...


Celebrity Real Estate: Adam Levine is Poised to Buy This $4.55M NYC Apartment

Celebrity Real Estate: Adam Levine is Poised to Buy This $4.55M NYC Apartment After much speculation around here—plus a breathless NY Daily News report that the two were "spotted traipsing around with floor plans in hand"—word has it that perpetually shirtless Maroon 5 crooner Adam...


Rent Check: The decision stems from Waltham...

Rent Check: The decision stems from Waltham... The decision stems from Waltham tenants suing: "A federal judge this week dealt a blow to apartment giant Equity Residential, saying the upfront, nonrefundable fees it has charged Massachusetts tenants — including 'amenity,' 'move-in,' application and pet fees —...


At least 10 die as boat capsizes in Nigeria

File picture dated on April 14, 2009 shows an aerial view of Port Harcourt in Nigeria's River State, the commercial capital Niger Delta At least 10 people died in Nigeria on Friday when a boat carrying 35 passengers bound for Port Harcourt capsized and sank, a rescue official and local government spokesman said. "We can confirm that 10 persons died early today when a Port Harcourt-bound passenger boat sank," National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) co-ordinator Onimode Bandele told AFP. The chairman of Bonny local government council, Adonye Wilcox, also confirmed the accident, which he said occurred at 7:45 am (0645 GMT). "Local divers have rescued 17 persons, including four members of the National Youth Service Corps, while 10 persons died as a result of the accident".


Ten Classic Games: How Space War, Angry Birds and Call of Duty changed history

Computer games started as an idle curiosity among academics, who played them on huge mainframe computers: but just half a century later, they are set to be the world's biggest entertainment industry.

Senegal confirms its 1st case of Ebola

A man that was hired by the community sprays chemicals to try and prevent the spread of the Ebola virus is seen in Monrovia, Liberia, Friday, Aug. 29, 2014. The Ebola outbreak in West Africa eventually could exceed 20,000 cases, more than six times as many as are now known, the World Health Organization said Thursday. A new plan released by the U.N. health agency to stop Ebola also assumes that the actual number of cases in many hard-hit areas may be two to four times higher than currently reported.(AP Photo/Abbas Dulleh) DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — A man infected with Ebola traveled to Senegal, becoming the first recorded in this country of an outbreak that has hit four other West African countries and has killed more than 1,5000 people, the Ministry of Health said Friday.


Go Directly to Fail: Worst Tech Product Ideas Ever

Go Directly to Fail: Worst Tech Product Ideas Ever Android and clamshell computing go together like black licorice and mayonnaise. What users really need on a laptop or desktop is a user interface that works really well with a keyboard and touchpad or mouse and provides plenty of windows for multitasking. Try staring across the keyboard at the slim, single-pane Facebook app.


Listage: Inside Noma's Science Bunker; Almonds' Dark Side

Listage: Inside Noma's Science Bunker; Almonds' Dark Side · How to Eat Burritos · Inside Noma's Science Bunker · Tim Hortons Wants to Take Down Dunkin' Donuts · Okra-Stabilized Ice Cream · The Dark Side of Almonds · How to Break Free from Corporate Chicken · Too...


Putin's message to pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow NOVOAZOVSK, Ukraine (AP) — Pro-Russia separatists, relaxed and well-equipped, held firm control on Friday of the strategic coastal town of Novoazovsk, a day after Ukraine claimed tanks and armored vehicles had invaded from Russia.


Putin's message to pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow NOVOAZOVSK, Ukraine (AP) — Pro-Russia separatists, relaxed and well-equipped, held firm control on Friday of the strategic coastal town of Novoazovsk, a day after Ukraine claimed tanks and armored vehicles had invaded from Russia.


It Came From Instagram: 24 Instagrams to Celebrate Spruce Street Harbor Park

It Came From Instagram: 24 Instagrams to Celebrate Spruce Street Harbor Park Photo via DRWC Fear not, lovers of incredibly creative and fun pop-up parks, Spruce Street Harbor Park will now run through September 28th! Originally slated to pack up shop on September 1st, the park has been one of Philly's most...


Intelligence: The Gussy Rain Cover Is a Cute Little Umbrella For Your Handbag

Intelligence: The Gussy Rain Cover Is a Cute Little Umbrella For Your Handbag Images courtesy of The Gussy Washington lobbyist Jamie Brown Hantman never thought she would get into the design industry, but one big idea changed that. "When I hit a big milestone birthday, I treated myself to a really fancy...


Listage: North America's First Cat Cafe; A Detroit Garden Brings Blacks And Jews Together

Listage: North America's First Cat Cafe; A Detroit Garden Brings Blacks And Jews Together Dime Store. · How to Eat Burritos · Inside Noma's Science Bunker · Tim Hortons Wants to Take Down Dunkin' Donuts · Okra-Stabilized Ice Cream · The Dark Side of Almonds · How to Break Free from Corporate Chicken...


Curbed Top Ten: 7 of the 10 Cheapest Rittenhouse Square Units Are in The Savoy

Curbed Top Ten: 7 of the 10 Cheapest Rittenhouse Square Units Are in The Savoy Which one is your favorite? Images via Redfin Living on Rittenhouse Square is like reaching the pinnacle of home ownership for many a Philly house hunter. Sure, we'd all love the $1,000/sq. ft. penthouse, but let's face it, many of...


In first, memorial will be open on night of 9/11

FILE- In this Sept. 10, 2013 file photo, the Tribute in Light rises above buildings during a test in New York. While the plaza at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum will be closed to the public, during the September 11 commemoration ceremony and much of the rest of the day, it will be open from 6 p.m. to midnight for those who want to pay respects and view one of the anniversary's most evocative traditions, the twin beams called the Tribute in Light. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) NEW YORK (AP) — The Sept. 11 memorial plaza will be open on the night of the attacks' anniversary this year, the first time the general public will be able to visit ground zero on the commemoration date.


Formula One: Mercedes punish Rosberg for Hamilton crash

Mercedes-AMG's German driver Nico Rosberg celebrates on the podium at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Spa on August 24, 2014 after the Belgium Formula One Grand Prix The Mercedes Formula One team disciplined Nico Rosberg on Friday after he accepted "responsibility" for a crash with teammate Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix, a statement said. The action was announced after a clear-the-air encounter between the arch-rival teammates at the boardroom of the Mercedes racing headquarters in Brackley, near London. "During this meeting, Nico acknowledged his responsibility for the contact that occurred on lap two of the Belgian Grand Prix and apologised for this error of judgement," said a statement. Rosberg clipped Hamilton's car on lap two of Sunday's race.


Linkage: The Purple Line Fence Fight Continues; D.C. Not on a Swamp

Linkage: The Purple Line Fence Fight Continues; D.C. Not on a Swamp · The great Purple Line fence fight continues. · D.C. is (mostly) not built on a swamp. · Congressional Cemetery has a doggie day, too. · Here's why USDA's building is missing a corner. · Where late night bus...


Linkage: Condo Developers Don't Have Plan Bs; Apple Cube Gets Patent

Linkage: Condo Developers Don't Have Plan Bs; Apple Cube Gets Patent · Officials want to make Brooklyn Bridge harder to climb · P.S. 186 is finally moving towards its residential future · How the term "Manhattanization" is used elsewhere · Audit: state program leads to affordable-housing delays · Redevelopment looms...


Senegal reports first case of Ebola: health ministry

Guinean health services had reported on Wednesday "the disappearance of a person infected with Ebola who reportedly travelled to Senegal," Senegalese health minister Awa Marie Coll-Seck said Senegal confirmed its first case of Ebola on Friday, as the country's health minister announced that a young Guinean had tested positive for the deadly virus. Guinean health services had reported on Wednesday "the disappearance of a person infected with Ebola who reportedly travelled to Senegal," Senegalese health minister Awa Marie Coll-Seck said, adding that the infected patient was a young Guinean man who was immediately quarantined.


Fiat signals Chrysler merger on track

Fiat logo is seen on a Fiat vehicle displayed outside Chrysler World Headquarters during the FCA Investors Day in Auburn Hills By Stephen Jewkes and Valentina Za MILAN (Reuters) - Fiat signaled its merger with U.S. Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne wants to incorporate the two carmakers into a Dutch-registered company called Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), paving the way for a U.S. Fiat said it was finishing a count of shares for which cash exit rights had been validly exercised, but it could already say that the 500 million euro limit would not be exceeded, based on data calculated so far. "Fiat has determined that even if all remaining unmatched notices and unmatched confirmations were to be matched, the maximum number of shares for which cash exit rights have been validly exercised will yield an aggregate exposure that is below the cap," it said in a statement.


Mercedes disciplines Rosberg over Spa collision

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg of Germany answers reporters after the Belgium Formula One Grand Prix at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit, Belgium, Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. The increasingly strained relations at Mercedes look set to get even worse after Rosberg effectively ended Hamilton's race chances with a risky overtaking move that saw him clip and puncture the Briton's left tire. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno) BRACKLEY, England (AP) — Nico Rosberg was disciplined by Mercedes on Friday after accepting responsibility for a collision with teammate Lewis Hamilton at last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix that deepened the rift between the two rivals for the drivers' title.


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