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Past articles by Summer:

Skyscraper to be built above Macy’s iconic flagship store

HERALD SQUARE, Manhattan — Macy’s is planning to build a new skyscraper on top of its flagship store, according to a new report. Bloomberg first reported in April that the chain was in talks to build a new tower above its iconic 34th Street store. The skyscraper could potentially be up to 1.2 million-square-feet and would house other commercial tenants. → Read More

Stop by the Carnegie Deli food truck during its last day Wednesday

MIDTOWN — The Carnegie Deli is back in Manhattan for a limited run, but this time it’s on wheels. The iconic restaurant has a food truck in partnership with the Amazon hit series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. → Read More

Converse unveils new trans-themed sneakers ahead of Pride

Converse had released its most recent Pride collection, which for the first time includes a trans-themed sneaker line. The shoes are coming out ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots this summer. While the brand has released pride sneakers in the past, the newest ones are designed after the blue, pink and white striped transgender flag. → Read More

Netflix opening new ‘production hub’ in NYC, adding over 100 high-paying jobs

NEW YORK — Netflix is expanding its presence in New York with a new Manhattan office and the promise of creating over 100 high-paying jobs. Gov. Cuomo announced the deal in a news release Thursday. → Read More

Ikea opens first Manhattan store. Take a look inside the new ‘Planning Studio’

UPPER EAST SIDE — Ikea has officially opened the doors to its first Manhattan store. Aside from its new address, the space is also specifically designed for furnishing small-space, New York City homes. → Read More

Dine with you dog: Manhattan restaurant offers new puppy-friendly menu

CHELSEA — Dogs are a man’s best friend, but they may also be the best brunch date at a Manhattan restaurant. The Wilson is rolling out a new menu for your pooches. It was created by the restaurant's culinary director and is inspired by Stella, the eatery's bulldog mascot. → Read More

Miss America competition leaving longtime Atlantic City venue

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The Miss America competition will not be going back to its famed New Jersey home. The Press of Atlantic City reports that the pageant will no longer take place at Boardwalk Hall. → Read More

WATCH: Spirit Airlines agent dances with NJ cheer team during flight delay

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — When one New Jersey cheer squad’s flight was delayed home, a Spirit Airlines employee became a temporary new teammate. Several South Jersey Storm teams competed at the annual Battle at the Beach cheer competition in Myrtle Beach over the weekend. → Read More

Equal Pay Day 2019: What you need to know

NEW YORK — Tuesday is Equal Pay Day. The date is organized annually by The National Committee on Pay Equity, and raises awareness about the wage gap between men and women. → Read More

Upstate NY college becomes first to offer canine training bachelor’s degree

COBLESKILL, N.Y. —They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. But century-old SUNY Cobleskill will soon become the first college to offer a bachelor's degree in Canine Training and Management. → Read More

Staten Island house seen in ‘The Godfather’ for sale for $1.37 million

STATEN ISLAND — Are you a superfan of "The Godfather"? You can now buy one of the houses featured in the movie for just over $1.37 million. The Tudor-style home is located at 120 Longfellow Ave. in Staten Island’s Emerson Hill neighborhood. → Read More

$77 million worth of cocaine seized at Port of New York/New Jersey

NEWARK, N.J. — Customs agents have seized the biggest shipment of cocaine recovered at the ports of New York and New Jersey in 25 years. U.S. Customs and Border Protection says 3,200 pounds of the drug contained in 60 packages were seized at Port New York/Newark on Feb. 28. The street value is estimated at about $77 million. → Read More

Barbie celebrates 60th anniversary with SoHo pop-up for only one day

SOHO —Barbie is turning 60 on Saturday, and to celebrate toy maker Mattel is opening a pop-up about the doll’s past, present and future. "You can get a historical overview of the original doll, all the way to our present day dolls," said Lisa McKnight, Barbie's Senior Vice President and Globa... → Read More

Family Dollar will close nearly 400 stores

Family Dollar will close 390 stores this year and make big changes to the stores it is keeping open as the discount chain seeks a turnaround. Family Dollar sells a variety of items for under $10 at rural and urban locations. Dollar Tree bought the company in 2015. → Read More

Police: Tip that Smollett, 2 brothers together in elevator

CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago police are investigating a tip that on the night "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett reported being attacked by two masked men he was in an elevator of his apartment building with two brothers later arrested and released from custody in the probe, a department spokesman told The Associated Press Tuesday. → Read More

Sailor in iconic WWII Times Square kissing photo dies at 95

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The ecstatic sailor shown kissing a woman in Times Square celebrating the end of World War II died Sunday. George Mendonsa was 95. Mendonsa fell and had a seizure at the assisted living facility in Middletown, Rhode Island, where he lived with his wife of 70 years, his daughter, Sharon Molleur, told The Providence Journal. → Read More

Amazon cancels plans for Long Island City headquarters after backlash from community

NEW YORK — Amazon is ditching its plans to build a new headquarters in New York after facing backlash from members of the community. "After much thought and deliberation, we've decided not to move forward with our plans to build a headquarters for Amazon in Long Island City, Queens," Jodi Seth, an Amazon spokeswoman, said in a statement. → Read More

Delta, Coke blasted over ‘creepy’ new napkins

Delta Air Lines and Coca-Cola say they were just trying to encourage a little "old school flirting." Complaining passengers had a different take: "creepy." The companies have pulled Diet Coke napkins that encouraged people to write down their phone number on them and hand them to their "plane crush," reports Fox News. → Read More

Raul Candy Store closing after over 40 years

ALPHABET CITY, Manhattan — After 45 years, Raul Candy Store is going out of business. Owner Raul Santiago opened his first namesake soda and sweet shop with his wife in the 1970s. The store’s prices go back to that era. Tootsie Rolls, both classic and special flavors, start at 2 cents. → Read More

Air Force father surprises son at Long Island high school after 7-month deployment

LEVITTOWN, NY – A Military father surprised his son at his Long Island high school after a 7-month deployment, and their heartwarming reunion was captured on camera. Air Force Technical Sgt. Kelvin Rodriguez told his wife and two sons that he would be home in March. → Read More