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Trump Tower Rescue

BRONX COPS RESCUE 22 DOGS LIVING IN SUV Officers from the 45 Precinct responded to a 911 call Monday of a woman living in her car. After the officers arrived at Edison Avenue and Middletown Road they witnessed 22 dogs also inside the small truck. The 22 puppies and one German shepherd were living in terrible filth and temperatures in the car were dangerously high. Officers from the 45 Precinct partnered with Adore-a-Bullie Rescue and Long Island shelter Bobbi and the Strays who came to the scene and took the canines in. Watch more about the rescue:

Save the date! This Saturday, 8/13, is our FDNY Block Party in Inwood! Come by Engine 95 and Ladder 36 at 29 Vermilyea Ave from 11am - 4pm to meet the members, take a tour, view demonstrations, learn CPR and more. Adults and kids of all ages are welcome!

Watch How Diller Scofidio + Renfro's "Shed" Transforms at New York's High Line

Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Rockwell Group has released a new animation of “The Shed” (previously known as “The Culture Shed”), a …

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The High Line Activities Calendar | Friends of the High Line

Every Tuesday, April through October, dusk to 30 minutes before park closes<p>Get up close and personal with the celestial bodies. Peer through …

Trump Tower Climber Now Faces Charges

The man whose brazen climb of Trump Tower riveted people across the country on Wednesday has been charged, the police said on Thursday morning.<p>Identified as Stephen Rogata, 19, of Great Falls, Va., he now faces charges of reckless endangerment and trespassing in connection with the unauthorized …

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The best Jewish delis in NYC

1<p>This cavernous cafeteria is a repository of New York history—glossies of celebs spanning the past century crowd the walls, and the classic Jewish …


The best Lower East Side bars

1<p>Not all spin-offs are created equal: The best retain what you loved most about the original, with enough new material to keep things fresh—<i>Frasier</i> …

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Luxury Downtown Brooklyn Apartments for Rent | The Ashland

Standing as a marker for Brooklyn’s Cultural District, The Ashland sets a new standard of elevated living in Fort Greene.

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17 quotes every New Yorker should live by

There’s definitely no shortage of famous quotes about New York, but some manage to really get to the heart of what it’s like to live in this bustling …


The best Manhattan attractions

1<p>Built in 1931 over the span of just 11 months, this 1,454-foot Art Deco skyscraper has long stood as symbol of American innovation and ambition, and …


The 25 best tacos in NYC

25<p>This spin-off of a Tijuana, Mexico, taqueria channels the Baja original with fresh fish tacos. Golden fried fingers of beer-battered mahi-mahi line …

14 moments every New York tourist will experience

Ah, tourists—the strange creatures who are the subject of both jest and ire by New Yorkers. If you live in the city, you've probably had at least one …

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The FDNY reminds New Yorkers and visitors to our great city to follow these safety tips to help beat the heat today, and throughout the warm summer months: • Drink fluids, particularly water, even if you do not feel thirsty. Your body needs water to keep cool. Those on fluid-restricted diets or taking diuretics should first consult their physician. • Water is the safest liquid to drink during heat emergencies. Avoid beverages containing alcohol and/or caffeine. • Avoid strenuous activity, especially during the sun’s peak hours: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. If you must do strenuous activity, do it during the coolest part of the day, which is usually in the morning between 4:00 AM and 7:00 AM. • Check on vulnerable neighbors, family and friends to make sure they are safe, cool and hydrated. This includes the elderly, young children and those with pre-existing medical conditions. • Wear loose, lightweight, light-colored clothing, plus a hat & sunglasses. • Apply an SPF sunscreen (15 or above) regularly, even when it’s cloudy. • Know the warning signs of heat stress. If you or someone you know feels weak or faint, go to a cool place and drink water. If there is no improvement, call a doctor or 911. • Call 911 immediately if you have, or someone you know has: *Hot dry skin OR cold clammy skin. *Trouble breathing. *Rapid heartbeat. *Confusion, disorientation, or dizziness. *Nausea and vomiting. • Stay indoors with the air conditioner on. If you must go outside, limit your time outdoors and find shade when possible. • Do not plug your air conditioner into an extension cord. Large appliances should always be plugged directly into a wall outlet. • If you don’t have access to air conditioning, follow NYC 311 for info on finding a cooling center near you. • Conserve energy by turning off the lights when you leave a room. • Visit your local firehouse to request a fire hydrant spray cap for a safe and fun way to beat the heat. You must be 18 yrs or older, and show a form of ID. • Never leave children or pets in the car. If you see a child or pet locked in a car, call 911.

The first FDNY Block Party of the summer is Saturday, July 9, at Engine 69 & Ladder 28 at 248 West 143 St in Harlem, from 11am - 4pm. Come meet the FDNY members who keep our city safe! New Yorkers of all ages are welcome to come by to learn fire safety education and CPR, take a tour of FDNY apparatus, and learn about careers with the FDNY. The Summer Block Parties are made possible by generous support from the FDNY Foundation

“I told my daughter that I hope she doesn’t mind sharing her birthday with a newborn baby boy. We had spent the entire day together celebrating, and when I texted her from work that night and told her that we’d delivered a baby, she thought it was so great,” says FDNY Lieutenant Kevin Roth from Engine 298 in Queens, who responded to the scene of a woman in labor yesterday evening alongside Firefighter Paul Webber, Firefighter Benjamin Chou and Firefighter James Donnelly. Lieutenant Roth says, “When we arrived, the woman’s 5-year-old daughter let us in the room and we saw the mother on her knees, screaming. She told us that she was having a baby. Firefighters Webber, Chou and Donnelly jumped into action. They laid her down, gave her oxygen, and got the OB kit ready as the father and daughter stood to the side. After her initial push, the baby’s head came out, and as Firefighter Webber supported the baby’s head he looked at the mother and said, ‘Let’s get this baby out.’ He really took charge of the situation. EMTs from Station 50 arrived and suctioned the baby’s nose, and the baby started to cry. Everyone was very happy. I congratulated the little girl on becoming a big sister.” FDNY members from Station 50 took over patient care, monitored vitals of both the mother and baby, and transported both to a local hospital.

World Trade Center Performing Arts Center Receives $75M Gift From a Billionaire

Of course it will bear the name of its benefactor, Ronald Perelman<p>One of the last pieces of the puzzle is finally coming together at the World Trade …

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Beautiful elevated park overlooking 9/11 Memorial opens at World Trade Center

Liberty Park, an acre-long elevated oasis overlooking the World Trade Center, is finally open after 15 years of planning and construction. Running …

Legoland California adds Freedom Tower, 9/11 Memorial pools to its mini Manhattan

The tallest building in the Western Hemisphere has now become the tallest building at Legoland California Resort. The Carlsbad theme park unveiled its version of Manhattan’s One World Trade Center, also known as the Freedom Tower, on Independence Day.<p>To mark the reopening of its miniature version …

University Of Alaska To Prove 9/11 Was Result Of Controlled Deomolition

The University of Alaska are sponsoring a full investigation into claims that World Trade Center Building 7 (WTC7) was brought down by a controlled …

The Deadliest Attacks on U.S. Law Enforcement

The shooting deaths of at least five officers Thursday night in Dallas sadly ranks as one of the deadliest attacks on U.S. law enforcement in the past 100 years.<p>The toll could rise, as Dallas police said at least six other officers were wounded.<p>These are the deadliest incidents for law enforcement …