REGGIE TALES Random Thursday on a Monday: L.A. Edition
*I vacation with so much intensity that when I get home I need a vacation from my vacation. Or maybe it just feels like that when you go somewhere like Southern California where the sun is seemingly... Posted on 4/9/12 at 11:43 AM
Who can turn the world on with ... on Olive Garden review? Veteran Grand Forks Herald columnist Marilyn Hagerty, that's who. Now she's about to take Manhattan (yes...THAT Manhattan). Follow her exploits in New York City this week at http://marilynhagerty.areavoices.com.
Dayton said today that Wilf's private affairs shouldn't factor into the heated debate over public stadium financing at the state Capitol. The Vikings are seeking public money for more than half the cost of a new football stadium.
Armed guards stand watch 24 hours a day. Cameras record every move, and monitors alert authorities should the prisoner try to escape. This is Dominique Strauss-Kahn's new jail away from jail, after the former IMF leader charged with sexually assaulting a maid left a New York City jail for a posh and pricey house arrest.
The soup stand that inspired the Soup Nazi episode on “Seinfeld” reopened in midtown Manhattan on Tuesday, six years after its famously brusque owner, Al Yeganeh, shut it down and licensed his recipes to a franchising company.
The ship was buried as junk two centuries ago — landfill to expand a bustling little island of commerce called Manhattan. When it re-emerged this week, surrounded by skyscrapers, it was an instant treasure that popped up from the mud near ground zero.
Newly released aerial photos of the World Trade Center terror attack capture the towers’ dramatic collapse, from just after the first fiery plane strike to the apocalyptic dust clouds that spread over lower Manhattan and its harbor.
Ula Ilnytzky and Colleen Long
, February 10, 2010
Next time you’re in bustling Manhattan, visit The Cloisters
The “A” Train runs from JFK International to Times Square to the Middle Ages: Its terminus in northwest Manhattan is near The Cloisters, an amazing place where you can step into a world that revolved around sacred icons, plague and what a full bag of gold florins could buy.
The Met is the big art museum in this town.
UPDATE: 11 P.M. A small private plane collided with a sightseeing helicopter over the Hudson River on Saturday, scattering debris in the water and forcing thousands of people on the New Jersey waterfront to scamper for cover. Nine people on both aircraft were presumed dead.
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