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Most shocking red carpet looks of 2014

[unable to retrieve full-text content] It was the year of more skin and less dress! From plunging necklines to cut-outs and slits, 2014 had no shortage of shocking dresses on the red carpet that had some of us scratching our ...

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New Times Square mega tower closer to becoming reality

Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images Gary Barnett, president of Extell Development, is the master of assembling development sites Developer to the 1% Gary Barnett is one step closer to bringing another monolithic tower to Midtown. His company, Extell Development, has closed ...

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Bronx businesses band together to start ‘Salsa Row’

Ben Kochman Barbara Pacheco, who has owned Isla Verde for the last 14 years, is thrilled to be part of the newly dubbed “salsa row.” Here’s a saucy scheme. Several dozen small-business owners in the Bronx are banding together to ...

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Bruce Willis wants $13M for his Central Park West pad

Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Glamour Model Emma Heming and actor Bruce Willis have listed their Central Park West apartment for sale Bruce Willis drives a hard bargain. The action star, who recently returned to the silver screen in “Sin City: ...

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City panel approves sex change bill

Mark Lennihan/AP ‘These measures will transform the lives of transgendered people,’ said Health Chair Corey Johnson. Proposed legislation that would make it easier to change the gender on New York City birth certificates passed an important hurdle Friday. The Council’s ...

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Bronx meditation class offers Black Friday alternative

Wave Hill will host a calming meditaion class to alleviate the holiday stress. Why spend the day after Thanksgiving jostling savings-crazed shoppers when you can save a little piece of mind. The tranquil garden estate of Wave Hill in the ...

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East Harlem homeowners nail developers in legal fight

Teo, Ginnie Victory is theirs. Now, if they could only get their homes fixed. Three East Harlem homeowners in a city-subsidized co-op delivered a legal smackdown to one of the city’s big-shot developers. A Manhattan Supreme Court Judge dismissed a ...

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Residents score sweet ticket at Sugar Hill

You may have a better chance of getting struck by lightning in your lifetime than you do scoring an affordable apartment in New York. Well, maybe not — but you get the idea. Less than 100 of the 48,428 apartment-hungry New ...

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Obamacare website opens second enrollment period

Obamacare has apparently been cured. After the registration process was addled with technical glitches in 2013, the second enrollment period under President Obama’s health-care law launched on Saturday with few hiccups. Officials phased in the operation by allowing people to ...

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Live next to Beyoncé for just $4.8M in this palatial Tribeca loft

Want to be Beyoncé’s neighbor? This is your chance. Alex Sapir, a billionaire real estate tycoon, has listed his three-bedroom, three-bathroom pad in the singer’s building for $ 4.8 million. Sapir lives on the first floor of the Tribeca loft ...

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