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NYC Marathon: Marathon Maniacs
The members who run the most marathons in a one-year span, are dubbed, “Maniac of the Year,” with last year’s winners completing 106 marathons, or 2,777.2 miles.
Rebuilding Detroit: Urban Spelunkers step into Detroit’s vibrant past
Not every Detroiter sees abandon buildings as blights to be demolished.
Rebuilding Detroit: Winning sports teams inject joy and pride
“There’s a real buzz going on in the city.”
Community raises a glass at Kennett Brewfest
Families come together over mugs of beer at the Kennet Brewfest.
Queens kids replace textbooks with iPads
Queens sixth graders enter the touch-screen world of Apple for assignments, note taking, tutorials and more.
In Harlem, hundreds celebrate the re-opening of founding father’s house
An unveiling ceremony for the newly restored Hamilton Grange in Harlem, Manhattan attracted hundreds of visitors Sept. 17.
Dumpling fest draws big crowds, food eating champs
Tang’s Natural NYC Dumpling Festival draws big crowds to the Lower East Side.
For rodeo-goers, New York remains a popular destination point
Ranglin' Yankees rough it out to keep western Americana alive.
Push to rename Financial District reflects neighborhood change
Residents push to rename the Financial District SoMa, short for Southern Manhattan.
Pedro Pans remember, connect fifty years later
Children of Operation Pedro Pan share experiences through social networking.