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You Can Now Ride Bumper Cars on Ice in New York City

Looking for some winter fun? Bumper cars on ice just arrived at the rink at Aviator Sports in Brooklyn’s Floyd Bennett Field. The bumper cars can go in any direction, so your friends and family are in for it when you come for them in reverse! It will cost you just $13 for a 15 minute session. Find...
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Alec Baldwin Hustled by Statue of Liberty Tour Operator

Alec Baldwin and his family signed up for a Statue of Liberty tour they would never forget…because it almost took them to New Jersey. Baldwin took to Instagram on Sunday to voice his frustrations over being scammed by a touring company near Battery Park. Baldwin shelled out $40 for each ticket. As...
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WATCH: Woman Dances in Front of Lion at New York Zoo

(1010 WINS) -- A woman that climbed over the safety barrier and entered the African lion exhibit at the Bronx Zoo over the weekend can be seen waving and dancing in front of one of the lions in a video posted to Instagram. The video depicts the encounter between the male lion and the woman who...
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This Toddler 'Besties' Video Will Make You Melt

Everybody is falling in love with these two, as they warmed hearts across the nation. On Monday footage of two toddlers running to one another on a sidewalk for a big hug went viral. The video captures the two-year-old best friends running to each other with arms wide open after spotting each other...
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'Friends' Pop-Up Experience Opening for Show’s 25th Anniversary

"Friends" super fans will soon be able to experience what it felt like to be a cast member on the iconic NBC sitcom. An immersive pop-up exhibit is coming to NYC in honor of the 25th anniversary of the show’s premiere in 1995, according to E! Entitled Friends25 , the pop-up will include props,...
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Rob Lucas Says: This Article On The Fall Of Retail Is A ‘Must Read!'

I saw this article by the NY Post’s Steve Cuozzo over the weekend , and I think it is one of the smartest commentaries you will ever read regarding the issue of retail vs online shopping. The basis for the story is how one of the busiest sections of New York City, Broadway from 48th to 57th street...
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Rob Lucas Road Trip: 36 Hours In NYC – Or – How Not To Get Killed By A Stroller Near The Rock Center Christmas Tree!

I spent the classic “whirlwind 36 hours in NYC” this past weekend. Actually, the trip was 70% business, 30% pleasure as we were helping our niece tour a school she may be attending in lower Manhattan. The timing worked out perfectly for seeing city while it was all decked out for the holidays, my...
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The #CuteAnimalTweetOff Is Making Twitter Great Again

If you don't open your Twitter app very often, here's a reason to start again - or maybe even to sign up for the first time! Zoos around the country are having a #CuteAnimalTweetOff! It all started when the Smithzonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C., tweeted this photo of a baby gray seal pup: We...
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VIDEO: Watch Rihanna Protest Outside Trump Tower

Washington, D.C., got most of the attention for their Women's March on Saturday, but thousands came out in cities across America including New York City. One of them happened to be Rihanna: -Mike Draup Photo: USA Today
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Experts Now Say Titanic Wasn't Sunk By Iceberg

More than 1500 passengers died when the Titanic sunk on the way to New York City, as was well documented in the Leonardo DiCaprio movie. "Iceberg, dead ahead," they famously called out. But now experts think it may have been a massive fire that sunk the ship. There is new photographic evidence that...
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