Manhattan For decades, New York City was America's jazz capital but these days there are only a handful that remain. But one local jazz lover has transformed his Upper East Side home into a club that pays homage to the golden years of jazz. 09:23 AM
Endangered animals lit up the Empire State Building Saturday.
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No traffic? No problem for the thousands who turn out every year for the city's Summer Streets program, which opens up usually busy roads for miles in Manhattan for walkers, runners, bike riders, and inline skaters—and features plenty of fun along the way.
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