It was no Camelot: Jackie and Lee's life of sisterly squabbles

Afterward, back in D.C., Jacqueline took charge of the funeral arrangements, as she had a few years earlier for her rakish father, where the back pew was filled with his mourning girlfriends. She had returned to Manhattan, always a New Yorker at heart, and devoted herself to her children, and her dead husband’s legacy. If […]

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Broadway Joe had plenty of help when the Jets were Super

Defensive back Jim Hudson, Namath’s roommate for several years on the road, died of CTE in 2013, after fighting it for more than a decade. Running back Bill Mathis, another of Namath’s old roommates, is currently in an assisted-living facility, with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Defensive tackle Paul Rochester, who was regularly get hit so hard […]

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Lower East Side 'already gone' to gentrification as Marshalls set to open next to Katz's deli

Target spokeswoman Jacqueline DeBuse told The News that the chain’s goal is to bring a convenient shopping experience to locals with each new store. “Guests in the East Village and Lower East Side stores, in particular, are telling us we’re filling a need for them, such as giving them a place to get both groceries […]

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Gen Z wants to build walls between themselves and millennials, according to new book

Future work environments will include fewer communal spaces, more private offices and resumes that put less emphasis on formal education. The reason? Gen Z is taking over. A new book written by generational experts David and Jonah Stillman predicts that the walls once knocked down by tech companies… Source link

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STD rates surge in the U.S. and antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea has CDC 'concerned'

“We are sliding backward,” Dr. Jonathan Mermin, director of the CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, said in a statement. “It is evident the systems that identify, treat, and ultimately prevent STDs are strained to near-breaking point.” Source link

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Indulging in this do-it-yourself sundae benefits Lady Gaga’s non-profit

You’ll feel slightly less guilty digging into this over-the-top sundae. Serendipity 3 — the Upper East Side eatery famous for its Frrrozen Hot Chocolate — has launched a limited time ice cream indulgence benefiting Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation. The non-profit founded by the singer and her… Source link

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Cutting carbs increases risk of dying earlier if you replace them with these foods

The study followed more than 15,000 people between 45 and 64 years old in four different areas of the U.S. Participants took a questionnaire on their diets between 1987 and 1989, then had follow-ups about 25 years later, on average. Researchers found that those who got about half their energy from carbs had the lowest […]

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Bargain-loving man takes woman on first date to Costco for free samples

When a woman wrote on her profile in the dating app Hinge that her ideal first date would involve going to the bulk warehouse store Costco, she probably didn’t expect anyone to take her up on the humorous confession. But lo and behold, one bargain-loving man did, according to a now-deleted Twitter post. In the […]

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