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BY CYNTHIA MAGNUS |  “New York City has many, many cases of a high profile nature,” said Assistant Chief Walter Glowacz, of the Department of Public Safety for the Courts. In his 34th year with the courts, Glowacz has been present at 100 Centre Street for the cases of John Gotti, Bernhard Goetz, Dennis Kozlowski […]

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BY HILARY SNELL | Despite its trendy hotels, fancy shops and “concept” restaurants, the Meatpacking District can’t shake its dark side. A few weeks ago HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” star Paz de la Huerta was arrested for fighting with another woman at the uber-sophisticated Standard hotel. Late last year, a 33-year-old fashion designer was murdered at […]

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By Michele Herman | First the ants came marching one by one, translucent brown in a shaft of morning sun as they lugged our crumbs across the living-room floorboards to their hidden pantry. Outside, skinny green stalks poked up from earth that looked about as fertile as matzo. Then my eyelids turned a pale maroon […]

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