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Atiyya and Johnny Chavarria 'Decolonize the Bronx '

Atiyya is a singer-songwriter and a cellist. Johnny (pronounced Jo-nee) spits, deejays and produces.

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NJ GOP candidate: ‘I would have won if people didn’t call me a racist’

Failed New Jersey GOP House candidate Seth Grossman blames voters’ view of him as a racist for his loss during last week’s general election.

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A disappointing loss? Coach, is that really an accurate description?

Todd Bowles, the New York Jets head coach, described his team’s 41-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills Sunday as disappointing and tough.

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Sophisticated resort ’19 styles

Hailing from Washington, D.C., designer Deidre Jefferson looks more like a politician than a designer.

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The 2-7 Giants look to build on an emotional win in San Francisco

With a record of 1-7 going into this past Monday’s Week 10 match-up against the San Francisco 49ers, the Giants were once again on a bullet train headed for a last-place finish in the NFC East division and a top-five pick at worst in next April’s NFL Draft.

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Resort ’19 looks: cool elegance

Whether you are on a cruise, beach or boardwalk, the look is usually cool and elegant. At Australia’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, P.E Nation made quite a splash with a sporty, cool collection.

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Porzingis’ eventual return casts a shadow over the Knicks’ season

When Kristaps Porzingis went down with a torn ACL in his left knee last Feb. 6 at Madison Square Garden versus the Miwaukee Bucks, it was a high probability he would miss the entirety of this season.

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The elections are over, but we still have work to do

Last week, millions of Americans across the country made their voices heard.

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Now that the election is over, what’s different about our lives?

On the evening of the 2018 midterm election, we all sat glued to our televisions, or to online webpages (or in front of whatever form your weapon of mass distraction choice might take), breathlessly awaiting the outcomes.

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For Brooklyn, it was a good morning, or better than expected

The Nets medical team rushed onto the court. EMS was immediately called.

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Fighting #ForThePeople as your next public advocate

Life is too difficult for too many New Yorkers. Housing is too expensive. Too many people are struggling just to make it each day.

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So this is America

Even with the vile racial and ethnic violence that has assaulted the American spirit in recent days, I have no doubt that there are still whole segments of white America who take Black misery to be a performance and certainly nothing for which they are the cause or need to be concerned.

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James and Ciprès begin season in winning fashion

French pair skaters Vanessa James and Morgan Ciprès finished the 2017-18 season on a very positive note by winning their first medal at the World Figure Skating Championships.

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Aretha Franklin’s ‘Amazing Grace’

What if this story had come out when it was supposed to? Peep a few scenarios of things that might have been affected.

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NYAC celebrates 150 years

The festively decorated gymnasium at the New York Athletic Club was filled with champions, many of whom shared connections through sport.

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Hot 97 hosts NYCHA town hall in the Bronx

Hot 97 Street Soldiers hosted a NYCHA town hall community meeting in the Bronx.

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No. 21 for the Bronx Giants is Alexis Wilder—and she’s their quarterback

When the players took off their helmets during the timeout, if you looked closely, it appeared that No. 21 was a girl.

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New York celebrates Veterans Day

This year’s Veterans Day Parade in Midtown Manhattan marked the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

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The NYC Marathon embodies the spirit of charity and inclusiveness

The TCS New York City Marathon is one of the most diverse and inclusive major sporting events in the world. It has become so much more than just a competitive race since its inception in 1970, when it was held exclusively in Central Park.

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Harlem Holiday Parade of Lights to illuminate 125th Street

The 125th Street Business Improvement District hosted its annual Harlem Holiday Lights Event Nov. 19th, on 125th street between Fifth and 12th avenues, commemorating its 25th year.

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