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Celebrate this Chanukah in NYC on ice, at the Jewish museum, or chowing down on delicious latkes
One year after New Yorkers lit the menorah candles over Zoom and celebrated Chanukah virtually during a global lockdown, New York City is once again open for business and to celebrate this year’s holiday together in person. Whether your favorite part of the Festival of Lights is lighting the candles, spending time with family, or getting into the holiday spirit by enjoying latkes and sufganiyot, there’s no shortage of ways to celebrate.
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NJ fire departments give holiday parade spectators chance to 'Be Kind'
TOTOWA, New Jersey (WABC) -- Two fire departments in New Jersey delighted onlookers with their annual holiday parade on Saturday night and gave spectators a chance to 'Be Kind.' More than 100 vehicles signed up for the Totowa and West Paterson Fire Department's Holiday Parade. Spectators were asked to bring gifts to donate to hospitalized children, which were collected by Santa's helpers along the parade route.
10 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Memorial grows at Sondheim Theatre after Broadway legend's death
NEW YORK (WABC) -- The Broadway League says a special event will be held at noon in Times Square on Sunday to honor legendary . Fans have left flowers and candles outside the theater bearing his name on West 43rd Street. Sondheim wrote the music and lyrics for some of the most beloved musicals of the 20th century, including 'West Side Story,' 'Sweeney Todd,' and 'Company.' On Friday night, the director and cast of 'Company' addressed Sondheim's passing before the performance.
10 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Man shot in the back inside East Harlem deli
EAST HARLEM, Manhattan (WABC) -- A man was shot in the back inside a deli in East Harlem on Saturday. It happened at Madison Avenue and East 111th Street after two men got into a dispute around 4:30 p.m. One of the men pulled out a gun and shot the other in the back. The 27-year-old victim is in stable condition. The gunman fled the scene. ---------- * * * * *
11 hours ago | NY Daily News
Long strange trip for Bronx ‘Mello Tymes’ pot startup — college pals vie to get in on ground floor of legal cannabis trade
It’s been a long, strange trip to Mello Tymes for three old college friends preparing to apply for a New York state license to sell recreational marijuana in the Bronx. Flora Luyando has worked as a dental hygienist and a flight attendant and is now a doctor of Chinese medicine with her own practice. Roger Thomas has dabbled in various businesses, including a successful company that sold male enhancement drugs over the internet.
13 hours ago | NBC New York
Fiery Toll Booth Crash on Garden State Parkway Leaves 1 Dead
An unidentified driver died early Saturday morning after crashing into a toll booth on the Garden State Parkway. State police say a man was killed around 3:30 a.m. after his car slammed into the Bergen Toll Plaza and burst into flames. Several lanes on the Garden State Parkway in Saddle Brook were closed for hours as investigators assessed the scene. Video from the scene showed extensive fire damage to at least one tool booth.
13 hours ago | NBC New York
NHL Postpones 2 Islanders Games Amid COVID-19 Outbreak
The NHL has postponed two more games for coronavirus-related reasons, making it five so far this season.Upcoming New York Islanders games Sunday at the Rangers and Tuesday at the Philadelphia Flyers were postponed after additional members of the team went into the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol on Saturday.General manager Lou Lamoriello said forward Casey Cizikas became the latest player to test positive. The Islanders would have had as many as eight players unavailable.
14 hours ago | NBC New York
NY Couple Reunited With 4-Year-Old French Bulldog Stolen in Thanksgiving Robbery
A Long Island family is back together again after a Thanksgiving Grinch tried to ruin the holiday weekend. A Huntington couple spent the day after Thanksgiving frantically searching for their French Bulldog who was swiped Thursday night when a burglar broke into their home, stealing 4-year-old Stella and a PlayStation 5.Instead of snagging doorbuster deals or filling up on Thanksgiving leftovers, Matt and Jen Hauck spent Friday making hundreds of flyers and scouring the town for the missing animal.
15 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Small Business Saturday: Pop-up Christmas market launched in NYC
BEDFORD STUYVESANT, Brooklyn (WABC) -- Leaders in Brooklyn launched a pop-up Christmas market featuring small business owners for Small Business Saturday. The market on Fulton Street in Bedford Stuyvesant, called Winter Wonderland 2.0, features stands from artists, clothing designers and more. "The holiday season is where I make the most of my money," said Keeshagaye Whitter, owner of natural skincare line, Emollient. "It helps me to sustain my business through the year."
15 hours ago | CBS New York
Alec Burks, Evan Fournier Spark Knicks Past Hawks
ATLANTA (AP) — Alec Burks scored 23 points, Evan Fournier added 20 and the New York Knicks beat the Hawks 99-90 on Saturday night, snapping Atlanta’s seven-game winning streak. Burks, starting with Kemba Walker and Derrick Rose nursing injuries, hit three of his four 3s and scored 15 points in the third quarter.Trae Young finished with 33 points, scoring 30 for the fourth straight game, but it wasn’t enough as Atlanta dropped to 8-2 at home and 11-10 overall. Clint Capela had 16 points and 21 rebounds.Both teams were playing the second game of a back-to-back, with the Hawks winning the night before at Memphis and the Knicks losing at home to Phoenix. They met for the first time since Atlanta beat New York in five games last spring in the playoffs.“It was a great win honestly no matter who it was against,” forward R.J. Barrett said. “Especially after last night, to be able to come in and bounce back today, that was really important for us.”
15 hours ago | CBS New York
Suns Extend Win Streak To 16 With Victory Over Nets
NEW YORK (AP) — A chance to match franchise history and take a spot atop the NBA is waiting for the Phoenix Suns. They have loftier aspirations than those, but want them anyway.“Obviously, everybody knows the ultimate goal is the chance to win a championship,” Chris Paul said. “But if you don’t enjoy the small victories throughout the regular season, then what the hell are you doing?”Devin Booker scored 30 points, Paul had 22 and the Suns extended their winning streak to 16 games with a 113-107 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Saturday night.Phoenix impressively overwhelmed the Eastern Conference leaders early, never trailing and leading by as much as 22 while moving within a victory of matching the longest winning streak in franchise history.The Suns will try to do that Tuesday night at home against the Golden State Warriors (17-2) in a matchup of the top two teams in the NBA.
15 hours ago | ABC 7 News
GoFundMe started for Asian woman attacked with rock in NYC
JACKSON HEIGHTS, Queens (WABC) -- Police are investigating an attack in Queens as a possible hate crime after an Asian woman was hit in the head with a rock. Authorities say the incident happened Friday on 89th Street in Jackson Heights just after 8 a.m. The victim, 61-year-old GuiYing Ma, went outside and started sweeping the sidewalk outside her apartment. Eyewitness News was told she was just trying to be helpful. It was not her job. It was her helpful nature.
15 hours ago | CBS New York
18-Year-Old Shot In Head While Working At Brooklyn Deli
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The search is on for the suspect who shot a teenager inside a Brooklyn deli Saturday, leaving him in critical condition. It happened in East Flatbush around 6 p.m.The deli owner told CBS2 his 18-year-old son was working as a cashier at the family business when he was shot in the head.Customers say the workers were friendly and well-known in the community.“I’m surprised, and I’m also not surprised. But for here specifically, I did not expect it to happen, right? I would not expect it to happen because, like, they’re so chill. So to come here and do something like that, that person is really out of their mind to do something like that,” one customer said.Police have not released any information on a possible motive. No arrests have been made, but police say they’re looking for two suspects in this case.
15 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Man arrested after fatal stabbing in lobby of NYC apartment building
BAY RIDGE, Brooklyn (WABC) -- Police have arrested and charged a man in connection to a fatal stabbing in the lobby of an apartment building in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Authorities arrested 56-year-old Brooklyn resident Vito Bauza on Saturday and charged him with murder and criminal possession of a weapon. The , when police were called to the Dorset building on 99th Street and Third Avenue, where a man had been stabbed multiple times in the chest and stomach.
15 hours ago | CBS New York
Police: Man Assaulted, Robbed Of Over $4,000 Worth Of Property In Hell's Kitchen
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police are trying to find a man who allegedly assaulted and robbed someone in Hell’s Kitchen in October. The incident happened on Oct. 29 around 12:15 a.m.Police say a 26-year-old man was walking on West 37th Street near 10th Avenue when someone hit him in the back of the head with a blunt object. The individual then pulled out a gun, told the man to hand over his belongings and pushed him to the ground. The individual got away with over $4,000 worth of the victim’s property, including a laptop, cellphone, gold chain, car keys and a wallet containing the victim’s ID, cash and credit cards.According to police, the individual used one of the credit cards to make about $60 worth of purchases after the robbery.The victim was taken to a local hospital to be treated for cuts and bruises on his face and head.
16 hours ago | NBC New York
NY Awards First Round of Vax Scholarships for Kids 5 to 11
Ten preteens from around New York have won the first round of state college scholarships for 5-to-11-year-olds who get vaccinated against COVID-19, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Saturday.The youths' names were drawn by lottery after their parents or guardians entered them in the “Vaccinate, Educate, Graduate” contest. It's open to children 5 to 11 who get their first vaccine dose by Dec. 19. Weekly drawings will continue through Dec. 20.
17 hours ago | NY Daily News
Video shows heart-stopping moments cops opened fire on gunman in wild Washington Heights street brawl
Dramatic video released by police Saturday shows the terrifying moments of a confrontation between cops and a gunman who opened fire on a crowd during a street brawl last September in Washington Heights. Sgt. Osvaldo Hernandez and Officer Emilio Pichardo of the 34th Precinct were called Sept. 27 to a disturbance outside the 11:11 Restaurant and Lounge on 10th Ave. near W. 211th St. about 4 a.m., police said.
17 hours ago | CBS New York
Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Held In The Bronx's Little Italy
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — It’s a big weekend for lighting Christmas trees, both at home and in our communities.Saturday, a tree lighting ceremony was held in the Little Italy area of the Bronx.The festivities took place at a park on Arthur Avenue and included caroling, hot chocolate, Italian cookies and an appearance by Santa.There was also a toy giveaway to support children and families who are fighting cancer.
17 hours ago | CBS New York
Small Business Owners Say Shopping Locally Is More Important Than Ever Amid COVID, Supply Chain Struggles
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Many business owners say Small Business Saturday is more important than ever this year. In addition to the ongoing pandemic, mom-and-pop shops are facing supply chain issues and staffing shortages.Eric Penn is the owner-operator of the Dr. Pennskin Shave Company, selling candles, soaps and mugs. He and a group of vendors banded together under one roof to keep rent low. They’re called the Shops of SoHo. “We were closed six months, and even when we opened in the fall of 2020, business was really at 50% … Things started to happen once we got the vaccines,” Penn said.But now Penn says they’re dealing with supply chain issues.“We’ve had some issues as far as replenishment. They’re backlogged,” he said.RELATED:Shop Local SaturdayIn the next stall over, Tatiana Francis runs the clothing company Jolie & Jade. She says it will be a while yet before she gets back to 100%.
17 hours ago | CBS New York
Man Stabbed To Death In Bay Ridge, Suspect In Custody
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A gruesome stabbing in Brooklyn left one man dead and a neighborhood on edge. As CBS2’s Thalia Perez reports, police now say they have the person responsible.Christina Gallo visited the crime scene at the Dorset on 99th Street and Third Avenue in Bay Ridge to see, she says, where Ernest Diaz lost his life.“He really was a nice guy. He was a good family guy. I just can’t imagine that somebody would stab somebody repeatedly,” Gallo said. “I’m shocked. I can’t imagine, I can’t stop visualizing that this man was over here fighting for his life.”Police say they arrived at the scene just before 3 p.m. Friday and found Diaz in the lobby, unconscious and bleeding from multiple stab wounds.One neighbor says police remained on the scene for hours after it happened.
18 hours ago | Huntington Now
For Covid-19 Long-Haulers, Online Therapy Group Provides a Refuge
Lori Donahue doesn’t have to think back to March 2020 when she first developed Covid-19 to remember the debilitating effects of the virus.Some of them are still with the Nassau County resident, 20 months after she was infected, and manifest in strange ways, from a “vibrating” sensation in her legs to brain fog that keeps her from remembering things she has known how to do for decades.She is coping with the Covid-19 long-haul symptoms with the  help of her husband and her boss, but largely, a  therapy support group run by Kacey Farber, a social worker and case manager at Huntington Hospital.
18 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Family's beloved dog found after being stolen from Long Island home
HUNTINGTON, Suffolk County (WABC) -- A beloved French bulldog has been returned to its Suffolk County owners after it was stolen during a burglary on Thanksgiving. Stella, the French bulldog, was located Saturday on Rhododendron Drive in Center Moriches and was returned to her owners. The afternoon in Huntington. The family says they came home to find their beloved dog was missing along with a Sony Playstation 5.
18 hours ago | NBC New York
Chris Christie Aims to Shape Future for GOP and for Himself
Chris Christie is everywhere.The former New Jersey governor and one-time Republican presidential candidate denounced “conspiracy theorists” during a September appearance at the Ronald Reagan Library in California. He followed up with a speech this month to influential Republicans in Las Vegas, warning that the party will only succeed if it offers a “plan for tomorrow, not a grievance about yesterday.”
18 hours ago | ABC 7 News
Islanders games postponed due to COVID cases
ELMONT, New York (WABC) -- New York Islanders games have been postponed through at least Tuesday due to COVID cases, according to the NHL. The league made the announcement on Saturday, citing their decision as a result of "an additional New York Islanders player entering COVID protocol this morning, and up to eight players potentially unavailable to play due to COVID protocol." The team's games will be postponed at least through Tuesday, Nov. 30.
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