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Stunning red carpet gowns

On the best-dressed list at the 51st Annual Country Music Awards, young songstress Danielle Bradbery stunned screaming red carpet onlookers and the press in a sophisticated, fiery red gown designed by Leanne Marshall for fall/winter 2017/2018.

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‘Freight’ is fascinating theater from New Federal

J. Alphonse Nicholson captivates the soul as he performs solo in “Freight: The Five Incarnations of Abel Green,” a New Federal Theatre production playing at the Castillo Theatre on 42nd Street.

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‘Murder on the Orient Express’—Take this thrilling train ride

Agatha Christie’s 1934 classic whodunit returns to the big screen for the second time (the first version was filmed in 1974). In the 2017 version Kenneth Branagh directs and leads an all-star cast, including Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Leslie Odom Jr. and Josh Gad.

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‘Last Revolutionary’ to open 25th annual ADIFF

The African Diaspora International Film Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary with 64 films from 31 countries, including 31 world, U.S. and New York premieres. Screenings will be held at three venues in Manhattan: Teachers College, Columbia University; Cinema Village; and MIST Harlem.

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Complexions Contemporary Ballet shows off signature virtuosity

Complexions Contemporary Ballet Company swept into the Joyce Theater this week for a two-week run, with three different programs performed by dancers whose trademark virtuosity has been known to leave audiences swooning, and with dances, set to an eclectic range of music, that promise to titillate the senses and satisfy the soul.

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Is it time for a change in leadership at NYCHA?

As the saga continues over revelations that the New York Housing Authority (NYCHA) lied about lead paint in thousands of apartments, tenants' complaints about longtime issues are pouring in.

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After a long five-game road trip, Boston, Utah and the Warriors welcome Brooklyn home

There could have been a “Welcome Home” sign flashed across the marquee of Barclays Center facing Atlantic and Flatbush avenues in downtown Brooklyn Tuesday night.

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Ntilikina and the Knicks make a statement to the NBA

Monday night at Madison Square Garden, Frank Ntilikina officially became a New Yorker, ceremoniously assuming his place as a New York Knick.

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Giants plunge deeper into apathy and distress

During his five-minute presser, McAdoo often repeated the statement, “We need to take a long look at the tape.”

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The fairy tale may have ended, but the quest for jobs and respect is real

There are two New York NFL teams, but neither have enough wins between them to get either team to the playoffs.

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Jones works toward Olympic gold

Just as track athletes have before her, Jones has taken up the sport of bobsled and is racing full speed toward the upcoming Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

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History and legacy of NYAC celebrated at All Sports dinner

Everywhere you looked at Monday night’s All Sports dinner at the New York Athletic Club there was athletic excellence.

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City Councilwoman Inez D. Barron re-elected

East New York came through for incumbent City Councilwoman Inez D. Barron, who was re-elected Nov. 7, 2017, to the New York City Council, as the representative for District 42.

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New state Democratic Party head visits Harlem

Newly appointed Executive Director of the New York State Democratic Party Geoff Berman recently visited Harlem to discuss his new position at an event hosted by State Sen. Brian Benjamin.

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GQ’s Citizen of the Year—The debate around Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick became the topic of discussion once again on sports show programs and social media posts after being named the 2017 Citizen of the Year by GQ magazine earlier this week.

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Public Advocate Letitia James releases list of city's worst landlords

Public Advocate Letitia James released the 2017 Worst Landlords Watchlist, an annual database of the worst landlords in New York City.

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Popovich for president? The coach continues his resistance of Trump

One of the more outspoken opponents of Trump and his policies has been Gregg Popovich, the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs.

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FDNY graduates diverse class

The FDNY is being hailed for the graduation of 279 probationary firefighters, of which 50 percent were people of color.

The Resistance Movement turns into Democratic votes

But on an off-year election, Democrats came to the polls in unprecedented numbers and won elections from the governor to the local commissioner.

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Gov. Cuomo to sign bill giving PTSD patients access to medical marijuana

Gov. Andrew Cuomo will sign a bipartisan bill to add post-traumatic stress disorder as a qualifying condition for New York’s medical marijuana program,

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