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Extra, Extra: Sean Spicer Has At Least One Regret

Because Cuomo has finally endorsed de Blasio, check out today‘s end-of-day links: best worst political campaign ad, dead birds in Brooklyn, Kellyanne Conway offended, Sean Spicer‘s regrets, NY Times Book Review drama, and puppy goes skiing. Don‘t forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram,

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Updates: Video Shows Tour Bus Slamming Into MTA Bus In Fatal Queens Crash

Three people were killed and 16 injured when an MTA bus and a charter bus crashed in Flushing on Monday morning. [ more ‘ ]

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Chinatown Favorite Chikarashi Brings Its Next Level Pok To NoMad

The Great NYC Pok Boom Of 2016 brought with it many new spots to sample Hawaii‘s popular raw seafood dish, some with greater degrees of success than others. Chikarashi, co-run by Michael Jong Lim, has been one of the more successful of the pack, and it is now expanding from its original home in Chinatown to a second location in NoMad on Monday. [ more ‘ ]

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9-Year-Old Boy Killed By Goal Post Was Hanging Off It When It Collapsed

The NYPD has identified the 9-year-old boy who died after a soccer goal post fell on his head in Hell‘s Kitchen yesterday. Tommaso Cerase, who lived with his family on the Upper West Side, was playing soccer at a youth event at Park West High School on West 50th Street when the fatal incident occurred. [ more ‘ ]

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Food Market Returns To Garment District For Autumn Encampment

Urbanspace Garment District, sibling market to the Mad. Sq. Eats market that reopened on September 2nd, returns to Broadway between 40th and 41st Streets Monday, running through October 27th. Operating Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., the market features ready-to-eat food vendors and a beer option from over a dozen local artisan outlets, cooking up waffle sandwiches, empanadas, tacos and more. [ more &lsqu

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Border Patrol Agent Costumes On Sale Next To Trump Masks At NYC Halloween Stores

From the outset of Donald Trump‘s presidential campaign, when he claimed that Mexican "rapists" were surging into the country, immigrants in New York and across the country have struggled to deal with the fallout of his xenophobic rhetoric. Trump‘s efforts to clamp down on immigration and ramp up deportation have coincided with a spike in hate crimes and immigration-related arrests in New York City. Public de

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Inside The Worlds Fair Nano: The Future Is Cricket Flour, Lulzbots, And VR-Synced Fleshlights

In the future, we‘ll commute on electric skateboards, eat apples that never go brown, and drink, like, a lot of Soylent. Or so it would seem from the vision of the future on display this past weekend at the Worlds Fair Nano. [ more ‘ ]

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Update: Video Shows Tour Bus Slamming Into MTA Bus In Fatal Queens Crash

Three people were killed and 16 injured when an MTA bus and a charter bus crashed in Flushing on Monday morning. [ more ‘ ]

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Trump Plugs His Tower Near The U.N. During First U.N. Speech

President Trump is at the United Nations today ahead of his speech before the General Assembly on Tuesday. And right before he started talking about what a disappointment the U.N. has been, Trump plugged his building across the street. [ more ‘ ]

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Martin Shkreli Jurors Say They Feel ‘Ill‘ Over Not Convicting Him Of Highest Counts

Last month, infamous "pharma bro" Martin Shkreli was convicted of several counts of securities and wire fraud by a federal grand jury. The 34-year-old former pharmaceutical CEO, who became infamous for price-gouging an HIV drug, was found not guilty of the top wire-fraud charges, which carried a 20-year sentence. Now, two jurors say they deeply regret not pushing to convict on those countsand they say that a lack of slee

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Democratic Party Machine Kicks Into High Gear To Anoint Squadron‘s Successor

In the end, former State Senator Daniel Squadronprogressive and reformer extraordinairegot the man he wanted to replace him. [ more ‘ ]

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Savor Giant Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches & Themed Milkshakes This Week

Will & Grace returns to primetime this fall and in celebration, the Herald Square and Upper West Side locations of Shake Shack are offering two special milkshakes that celebrate two iconic duos from the show. The Will & Grace (5.99) features cinnamon marshmallow frozen custard blended with Shack fudge, topped with whipped cream and cinnamon sugar; the Jack & Karen (5.99) is a strawberry frozen custard shake blended with

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Interview: Walton Goggins Pushes Back At Critics & Talks Season 2 Of ‘Vice Principals‘

The first season of HBO‘s Vice Principals ended with a shocker that upon reflection felt inevitable: after spending a season watching Neal Gamby (McBride) and Lee Russell (Walton Goggins) terrorize their coworkers and rivals, all in pursuit of becoming principal of North Jackson High School, Gamby was shot by a mysterious assailant and left for dead. Although the show shared much of the same DNA with Eastbound and

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Forecast: Heavy Rain & Coastal Flooding Possible From Hurricane Jose

As you may have heard, our weather for the next few days is going to be strongly influenced by Hurricane Jose. Jose (shouldn‘t it be Jos?) is expected to pass a hundred or so miles southeast of Montauk tomorrow night as a tropical storm. That‘s close enough for sustained strong winds, coastal flooding and heavy rain for much of Long Island and some potentially heavy rain and mild flooding closer to the city

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Early Addition: Unauthorized ‘Stranger Things‘ Bar Gets Super Geeky C&D From Netflix

Marlon Brando turned into a monster, a Stranger Things-themed bar got a nerdy warning from Netflix, capturing the poetry of the subway on camera, and more in today‘s midday links. Follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram,

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NYC Is Killing Hundreds Of Raccoons To Test Them For Rabies

The Raccoons long ago declared war on The Humans, but it appears the humans are fighting back, with a new report in the Post claiming the city has euthanized hundreds of raccoons to test them for rabies. Of the 662 killed and tested between 2014 and 2016, the Post says only 18 tested positive for rabies, which is good news for humans who fear the raccoons eating out of their trash cans but less good for the many raccoons

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UPDATE: MTA Says Fatal Queens Bus Crash Involved ‘An Enormous Amount Of Speed‘

Three people were killed and 16 injured when an MTA bus and a charter bus crashed in Flushing on Monday morning. [ more ‘ ]

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Photos: The Best Street Food Vendors In NYC

On a gorgeous if humid Saturday this past weekend, the Vendy Awards crowned the best in mobile food vending, surrounded by the leafy trees and stately buildings of Governors Island. For the 13th year, the fundraiser for the Street Vendor Project has sought out the best in the city‘s robust group of food trucks, carts and sidewalk stands for the annual gathering to celebrate the diverse ways to d

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Flood Watch Issued As Hurricane Jose Heads Our Way

As Hurricane Jose continues to move north through the Atlantic, New York City has been put under a Coastal Flood Watch and portions of New Jersey, Connecticut, and Long Island are now under a Tropical Storm Watch, where the greatest impacts of the storm are expected to be felt, according to the National Weather Service. High winds, intense rainfall, and possible flooding caused by Jose is expected to begin Tuesday night

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NYPD Investigating Two Nooses Found Hanging In Brooklyn

Two nooses were discovered hanging from trees in central Brooklyn this month, according to local City Council member Robert Cornegy, Jr. and the NYPD. [ more ‘ ]

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3 Dead, Over A Dozen Injured After Two Buses Crash In Queens

Three people were killed and 16 injured when an MTA bus and a charter bus crashed in Flushing on Monday morning. [ more ‘ ]

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John Jay Professor, Suspended For Tweet About Teaching ‘Future Dead Cops,‘ Lashes Out At De Blasio

The John Jay College professor and anti-fascist activist whose tweet about teaching "future dead cops" sparked an uproar from law enforcement has now set his eyes on Mayor Bill de Blasio. Michael Isaacson accused the mayor of "mess[ing] up big" by "tak[ing] a swipe" at the school‘s autonomy and "free speech and academic freedom." [ more ‘ ]

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Become The Excel Wizard You Wish You Were

Hate working with troublesome formulas, confusing conditionals, weird formatting and all the other hoopla related to Excel? Make your office enemy your friend and master the art of spreadsheets with a lifetime subscription to eLearnExcel Microsoft Excel School. [ more ‘ ]

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