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This isn’t one for the shelves; it’s one to keep as close as possible, so you can read it again and again. Libba Bray, author of “Beauty Queens” and The Gemma Doyle Trilogy, brings magic to writing once more in her new novel,...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Literature
The further we're pulled into the 21st century, the further we travel from the screen comedians of the early sound era. When I was growing up, all sorts of films (great, terrible, in between) featuring the Marx Brothers, Laurel and Hardy, W.C. Fields...
NEW YORK – With the final blasts of brass and percussion at the end of Respighi's "Feste Romane" rattling Carnegie Hall to its foundation, Riccardo Muti ended the American leg of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's October tour in triumph Friday night....
Tags: Mexico, Concerts, New York City, Arts and Culture, Culture
GAS Being Delivered Via Mobile Fuel Stations; POWER Returning To Manhattan; 80% SUBWAY Service Restored; MARATHON Canceled; NJ CHRISTIE Establishes EVEN-ODD GAS Systempix11.comGov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday the U.S. Department Of Defense in conjunction with the National Guard has establish emergency mobile fuel stations around the city, according to the Associated Press. Free gasoline is being rationed out to emergency...
Daily American Staff WriterFlooding destroyed fire department equipment near Queens, N.Y., and left responders unable to help residents until the Hooversville Volunteer Fire Co. donated a $25,000 fire truck Saturday. “Thank you, Hooversville,” West Hamilton Beach...
The Harbor View Elementary School principal's office has an autographed photo on the wall showing the late John Wooden with Charlene Metoyer and Mary Manos. The picture was taken years ago at a luncheon where Wooden was a guest speaker. The photo belongs...
Tags: Republican Party, Dianne Feinstein
Elliott Carter, the great American composer who was born in the horse-and-buggy era but whose music persistently looked ahead by reflecting and unabashedly celebrating the intricacies of modern life, died Monday of natural causes at his home in New York,...
Narmeen Choudhury joined the PIX11 News team as a General Assignment Reporter in December 2011. She came to PIX11 from WTIC, Tribune Broadcasting’s Hartford, CT station where she was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor since 2007. While...
email@example.comBlues guitarist Ronnie Earl said he is counting the days until his performance next month at the 17th annual Western Maryland Blues Fest. His Saturday, June 2, appearance will mark his first in Hagerstown. "I usually take an air trip every year to a...
PIX11.com | @wpixOn Friday, the PIX11 Morning News continues PIX11 Cares, a campaign aimed at helping those in communities hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy, with a visit to New Jersey. Sukanya Krishnan will be live anchoring portions of the Morning News from Union Beach...
Jamie Havig was about to redeploy. The Navy combat medic put on his headphones, blasted the volume and tried to ignore the plane's bouncing descent. "I've been on a lot of flights where I was being shot at and landing in really hot zones, but this one...
pix11.com | @murphypixPort Authority Police were investigating a late Monday night heist of 3,600 mini iPads from a cargo area at John F. Kennedy International Airport. It happened in the same building where the five million dollar Lufthansa ‘job’ took place in...
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