Patricia Abraham, 62, was arrested the next day in Union Square, the NYPD said.
Comptroller Scott Stringer's audit found unregulated day care centers and unscreened workers.
Three New Yorkers are suing for the right to take ballot selfies, which is illegal in the state.
The exhibit sheds light on the life and impact of the first Jewish settlers in the New World.
Members of the public can sign up on the nominee's campaign website for a chance to attend the event.
Of the 233 units, 43 will be affordable.
The Society of American Magicians will hold the event at noon on Halloween.
The man spent the money on credit card payments and country club memberships.
The MTA wants to open the line to riders by the end of December.
The relaunch comes after the longtime SoHo shop was forced to close last March.
Several workers say they were told to accept the roughly 30 percent decrease in pay or get out.
NYC officials want to make it a crime to share sexual images, particularly in domestic violence cases.
A community forum regarding the downsizing of Beth Israel will take place on Thursday.
The NRA called the NYPD's choice to destroy confiscated guns "shortsighted."
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