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Man Caught Charging $30 For Hot Dogs At Ground Zero In New York

Some people make their living off of preying on tourists in a big city. One hot dog vendor was caught attempting to sell $30 hot dogs/sausages to tourists at the Ground Zero site in New York. 

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Have You Ever Heard of Avocado Toast? They Say It’s New York State’s Most Craved Food

You've heard of avocados and you've heard of toast but  have you ever heard of avocado toast, and do you believe it's New York's most craved food?

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Traveling Across New York by Train – It was Quicker in 1890 Than Today

Surprising but true, in an era when boats plying the Erie Canal was still an efficient way to move cargo, taking a train trip across New York, say from Buffalo to New York City, was quicker at the end of the 1800s than today.

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Elevator at One World Trade Center Shows Time Lapse of NYC from 1500 [Video]

It has been a little more than 5 months since the first tenant has moved into the brand new One World Trade Center building in New York City. One of the cool new features about the new tower is the 3D elevator that takes you through over 500 years of history in seconds.

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‘Still NYC’: Life in New York, Seen Through Pics of Doorways, Cabs, Pedestrians and … Starbucks?

'Still NYC,' a short film about New York City by Ynon Lan, is the result of hundreds (thousands?) of photographs Lan took throughout the five boroughs on a recent trip. Mostly Manhattan, from the looks of it — not a ton of yellow cabs to be found in the Bronx — though Brooklyn and Queens do have their share of gorgeous brownstones with photogenic front doors.

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Coyote AndCrow via YouTube
Coyote AndCrow via YouTube
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Central New York Natives Featured In Viral Video [WATCH]

Thomas Kopie and his wife Jaime are from Central New York and they currently reside in Brooklyn. Together they are the band "Coyote and Crow." They are street performers in New York City and have been doing it for about 4 years. Recently they posted a video to their YouTube channel of a little girl dancing to their cover of a Grateful Dead song. That video now has over 4 million views!

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Utica 4th of July Fireworks Finale
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Watch Fireworks Shows from Across New York State from 4th of July 2014

We've collected the best 4th of July fireworks videos from around New York State.

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If Your Family Was Homeless, Would You Recognize Them? [VIDEO]

A new social experiment from the New York Rescue Mission asks the question, 'If your family was homeless on the streets of New York City would you even recognize them?'

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9/11 Memorial Museum To Open In May

Two years ago, my wife and I visied the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, which was a very moving experience. At that time, the new 1 World Trade Center building and memorial museum were still under construction. Now, it's been announced that the museum will finally open to public in May. Here are the details.

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Gas Leak Causes Explosion in Manhattan [PHOTOS & VIDEO]

An explosion in East Harlem leveled two buildings, killing 2 people, injuring several more. Many are still missing, believed to be trapped under the rubble. According to the NBC New York, the blast on Park Avenue, was caused by a gas leak. Con-Med received a call from someone smelling gas, minutes before the explosion.

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McSorley’s Old Ale House Celebrates 160th Anniversary

If you've ever been to New York City and were looking for an Irish pub, you may have stumbled upon (no pun intended) McSorley's Old Ale House at 15 east 7th. Street. Every time my wife and I are in the Big Apple, it's a must stop, especially for me. And February marks McSorley's 160th anniversary.

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Take a Step Back in Time with History in Pictures

While browsing Twitter, I noticed this really cool shot of the New York City skyline over the years. The picture was so good I decided to see if I could find more and here's what I found.  From Times Square in 1950 to a frozen Niagara Falls.  Take a step back in time

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