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SEE IT: USPS delivers mail in fire-razed Santa Rosa, California

It’s like a scene from a post-apocalyptic movie. The U.S. Post Office promises to deliver your mail no matter what — rain, shine, heat, and apparently, in the wake of the deadly Northern California wildfires. A drone, piloted by Doug ...

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How Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart changed perception of demographics

It’s the question you still have to ask: Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg? Seriously? For real, says SallyAnn Salsano, one of the executive producers of “Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party,” which launches its second season Monday at 10 p.m. ...

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Dove model in 'racist' ad says 'I'm not a victim'

Model Lola Ogunyemi said that she was “over the moon” with the Dove ad she appeared in and that the few seconds of it that upset people were taken out of context. In the ad, the London-born, Atlanta-raised Nigerian model, ...

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Entire entertainment industry is complicit in Weinstein scandal

This week’s heart-stopping New Yorker story by Ronan Farrow and the earlier revelations, exposed thanks to the dogged reporting of Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey of the New York Times that Harvey Weinstein, one of Hollywood’s most powerful and influential ...

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Meet the 2017 New York MacArthur ‘geniuses’

New Yorkers stood tall as this year’s “genius grants” from the MacArthur Foundation were announced, with five of the 24 winners from the area. That group, now in an elite club of high achievers, include playwright Annie Baker, 36, journalist ...

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How to relaunch your life after a divorce

When your divorce is finally final, how do you begin again? The transition can be liberating for some, daunting for others. Mixed feelings — anger, relief, sadness, joy, fear and uncertainty — are common and may take time to sort ...

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The chef at this downtown hotspot can't get enough gummy bears

Even those with the most discriminating palates like to indulge in empty calories sometimes. Just ask Matthew Deliso, executive chef at Blue Ribbon Federal Grill, and Jay Strauss, founding chef and partner at Westville Restaurants — two of the culinary ...

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Women in Workplace study reveals female progress stalled

According to the study of women in the workforce, compiled by women’s group LeanIn.org and the consulting firm McKinsey & Co., women’s progress in upper management jobs has ceased and even receded in some cases. For the third year in ...

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STASI: Rich, powerful pervs evade justice as accusers get blamed

Yeah, yeah we’re always shocked but never surprised when yet another media mogul, celebrity or sports star is accused of being a pervert, batterer, or rapist pig. Bill Cosby. R. Kelly. Michael Jackson. Bill Clinton. Donald Sterling. Josh Duggar. Woody ...

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Flawless flatbread, donuts make this subway stop a dining hotspot

The year-old Turnstyle Underground Market has done the impossible. Housed inside the 59th St.-Columbus Circle subway station, a stop along the B train and other lines, the market made eating inside a train station something to look forward to. Managed ...

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