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    Bronx Teacher Assigns Chuck Palahniuk Story, is Suspended

    Greg Van Voorhis, who has taught at The Bronx School of Finance for seven years, gave out "Guts" to students preparing for the Regents exam. The story involves a young man who, after describing exotic masturbatory practices, places his anus during on...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Roy Edroso on November 9, 2009 @ 8:28 am
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    Drummer Jerry Fuchs Falls Down Brooklyn Elevator Shaft, Dies

    Fuchs, Christian name Gerhardt, had attended a benefit for The Uniform Project at 338 Berry in Brooklyn and got stuck between the fourth and fifth floors in an elevator, of which fact he informed friends before trying to jump out; according to anothe...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Roy Edroso on November 9, 2009 @ 8:00 am
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    Mary Perot Nichols Opens Her Parachute

    January 6, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 12 Mrs. Nichols Leaves Voice, Joins City Mary Perot Nichols, an assistant editor of The Village Voice, will join the Lindsay administration on January 17 as press aide to Parks Commissioner Thomas P.F. Hoving. Mrs. Ni...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Tony Ortega on November 9, 2009 @ 6:00 am
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    Rightbloggers Denounce Liberal Media's Defense of the Fort Hood Massacre

    Rightbloggers saw a bigger problem, though: the liberal media. Though they got nearly all of their information about Hasan from such sources, they yet accused them of trying to cover up his Muslim roots, and even of excusing his massacre. In the af...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Roy Edroso on November 9, 2009 @ 12:44 am
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    Most Wanted NY criminal caught in NC

    Rasheem Williams, known to the Post as the "Red Sox bandit" after the hat he was wearing for one crime, was wanted for 15 subway robberies in which he showed a knife or said he had a gun, and then demanded victims' valuables, bank cards, and PIN numb...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 8:41 pm
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    Tortured animals found buried in Long Island back yard

    A source told WPIX that McDonough, 43, had some of her 7 children hold the animals for her while she tortured them. Doug, 21, her eldest son, described their home as "a concentration camp for the animals," as well as for him and his sisters. The Post...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 5:47 pm
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    MTA shifts transit updates to 311

    Service bulletins for NYCTA are also available online here....

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 4:56 pm
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    Bronx priest turns to high-end fashion

    O'Connor, who is assigned by the New York Archdiocese to the Holy Family parish in the Bronx, started Goods of Conscience, his clothing line, after seeing back-strap weavers in Guatemala on a religious retreat. His company pays 24 mayan weavers to ha...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 4:10 pm
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    City moves in to preserve World's Fair pavilion

    Preservationists have been lobbying the city for years to carry out a preservation plan for the map designed by an expert at the University of Pennsylvania. Sections of the map have been removed for restoration, but the rest has gone unprotected from...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 3:05 pm
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    Drop-in center threatened by city transit plans

    The Port Authority founded the Open Door center, which is next to the Bus Terminal on 41st Street, in 1998, in partnership with Urban Pathways for the Homeless, as a warm place to put homeless people, mostly men, who were evicted from the bus termina...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 1:23 pm
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    Fat defense fails in Jersey

    A Florida man whose defense said that he was too fat to have killed his former son in law was convicted of murder in Hackensack Superior Court. Edward Ates' lawyers argued that at almost 300 pounds, he would have been too winded after climbing the st...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 12:42 pm
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    Ellis Island reopens after fire

    Most of the Immigration Museum is on New York land, but a 1998 Supreme Court decision gave control of the portion of the island made up of landfill to New Jersey. ...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 12:15 pm
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    Happy birthday to Zoo

    The Zoo, which back then was called the New York Zoological Park, was opened on November 8, 1899 by what was then called the New York Zoological Society, which included Teddy Roosevelt and other wildlife-minded rich people. It's since been renamed ...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 8, 2009 @ 9:55 am
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    Report: Taconic mom drank heavily and smoked pot daily

    Daniel Schuler has already changed his story about his wife's drinking once, when he admitted that he and his wife drank together over the weekend before the crash. Schuler also acknowledged that his wife was a recreational pot smoker. Family membe...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 7, 2009 @ 7:08 pm
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    USS New York commissioned

    at the Intrepid Pier this afternoon, with Blue Angels flying overhead and cannons firing from west side piers. The ceremony opened with a moment of silence for the shooting victims at Fort Hood. The New York is setting out heavy with symbolism. Mab...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 7, 2009 @ 5:20 pm
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    "Person of interest" in Laura Garza's disappearance goes to jail for something else

    The texan-born Garza was last seen leaving a club with Mele in December of 2008. Mele was never officially tied to her disappearance. The unregistered address change was discovered during the Garza investigation....

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 7, 2009 @ 1:25 pm
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    Stuy Town/Peter Cooper mortgage changes hands

    Fitch cites "potential legislative changes to rent stabilization laws" as one of the variables in the ultimate settlement of the debt. Last month's court decision refusing the owners the right to pull buildings receiving city subsidy funding out of r...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 7, 2009 @ 12:53 pm
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    Weekend student vaccination centers open

    Fifty private companies, including Goldman Sachs and Citigroup, were provided by the city with supplies of the undersupplied government-funded vaccine for their employees ahead of the kids. Morgan Stanley donated theirs to a local hospital. Thomas ...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 7, 2009 @ 11:42 am
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    65,000 city pension checks disappear

    The bank says that it will reimburse retirees for any money they're out because of the missing funds. They're taking calls about the problem at 1-800-627-8000. ...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 7, 2009 @ 11:26 am
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    Private paperwork found in Yankee parade confetti

    Office workers from buildings lining the route got a little too enthusiastic and started throwing paperwork out of their windows. The records that were found included unshredded files from A.L. Sarroff, Goldman Sachs, and the Bronx Supreme Court, as ...

    @ Runnin' Scared by Julia on November 7, 2009 @ 10:57 am
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