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The Manly Pursuit of Desire: Hurricane Sandy: Déjà Vu All Over Again
Author, 'King of Angels: A Novel' and 'The Manly Art of Seduct...
I lived in New Orleans during the early 1980s, and people got so complacently used to the threat of hurricanes out in the Gulf that they gave "hurricane parties" when the waters started to brew up their own hot madness each year. But this was no party in New York. This was déjà vu all over again.
Fixing Our Broken Building Inspection Process
Manhattan Borough President
Last week's tragic elevator fatality in a Madison Avenue office building is the latest reminder that New York City's building inspection process is broken and in need of repair now -- before another senseless death.
WATCH: City Raids Illegal Hotels
Synagogue Claims Right To Run 'Illegal Transient Hotel'
Red Cross Assists Evicted Bushwick Trailer Park Hipsters
Death In Balcony Fall Not The First Death For NYC Landlord
La Esquina, Celeb Eatery, Shuttered By City Because Of 'Perilous' Building Conditions
Mob-Tied Building Inspectors Caught Taking Bribes, Dealing Drugs
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