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One of Conaty's favorite singers, Annette Henshaw, would sign off each song saying, "That's all." And it is. It's over. Even
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“It’s just perfect,” Noel says, as she shows off a photo of the exterior on her iPhone. “If we get it, we are looking forward
Mark had no longing to play piano or, for that matter, any other musical instrument. He took lessons at age 8 simply because
  Antri, who interviews the applicants in person, says the foundation has made her part of a larger family. It includes Finn
Before an ambulance could be summoned, a pair of strangers appeared, seemingly from nowhere, and performed life-saving CPR
The King, who is 50, is used to hard work. He hasn't stopped since he came to New York City in 1981 at age 15. The restaurant
But before Henry could start walking the streets as a beat cop, the Air Force called him up for the Korean War. Photo by
As soon as Gene Coffey rolls up the ink-black metal gate at his tony tattoo parlor, he starts talking about his art studio.
It takes him a while to find it, but when he does, its time-worn metal blade gleams in the light of the bare bulb like a
"I love the technical aspect of cooking," she says. "I love the rules, and it, like my music, allows me to work through problems
In 2012, after Mimosa settled in, Widad began drawing cats, which suited her fluffy feline to a flea, and by 2013, she had
Syrus and Wendy, who are from the Philippines, met and began courting as freshmen at De La Salle University in Manila, where
He also can't wait to make Gussy's a must-hear venue that has a worldwide following. Photo by Nancy A. Ruhling It's a neighborhood
At the last stop on the N and Q lines, at the end of a short tunnel, there's a circular dime-shiny sign that -- Bam! Pow! Zap! -- punches right through the grey gloom of the subway station.
Someone slipped a sheet of paper into my mailbox. It looked like junk, and, in my haste, I almost threw it out.
Look into my eyes. Craig Mackay, a hypnotist, has brilliant, beautiful blue ones, but you'll never hear him utter this command.
It's too hard to sit still, and there's no point to it. Life equals kinetic energy, which is why Verunka Vlkova-Fierro plugs in the 6-foot-long sign as soon as she makes her entrance into the living room.