On This Day: 20 October 1992

Madonna held a launch party in New York for her coffee table book ‘Sex’ and album ‘Erotica.’ (Oct. 20).

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Today in History for October 19th

Highlights of this day in history: British surrender at Yorktown decides American Revolution; Stock market crash hits Wall Street in late 1980s; Napoleon’s forces begin retreat from Moscow; Concorde makes first landing in New York. (Oct. 19)

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Movie theaters in NY can open Friday, with limits

Movie theaters in New York state can reopen beginning next Friday with restrictions on audience size and other precautions in place, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday. (Oct. 17)

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Stolen Nazi painting returned to family

A painting of two young, 19th-century skaters that was looted by Nazis from a Jewish family in 1933 and recently discovered at a small museum in upstate New York has been returned after 87 years. (Oct. 15)

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Video shows shirtless New York judge shove cop

Police body camera video shows a shirtless state Supreme Court justice shove a Buffalo police officer who was putting handcuffs on his wife during an argument with neighbors. (Oct. 13)

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How 2 Million Puzzles A Month Are Made In The Middle Of A Pandemic

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When the pandemic locked people inside, Buffalo Games saw an unprecedented spike in demand for its puzzles. But just as demand was taking off, the company’s Buffalo, NY factory was shut down under New York State COVID-19 mandate. As the largest manufacturer of puzzles in North America, the company had to get creative. First, Buffalo Games sourced from overseas and then ramped up manufacturing stateside when the factory was able to reopen in May. Since May, the company has doubled production, now making 2 million puzzles a month. Business Insider visits the factory to see how Buffalo Games did it.

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NYC Street Tailor Aims To Reduce Fast Fashion Waste

Makayla Wray rigged a hot dog cart and turned it into her mobile tailor shop. Surrounded by fast fashion brands and luxury stores in New York’s SoHo, she mends clothes on the spot to show people that their old clothes don’t have to add to the piles of waste created by the fashion industry.

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NY rabbi makes house calls to celebrate Sukkot

In an effort to bring the traditions of Sukkot, a weeklong fall harvest festival, to the Jewish community in New York, Rabbi Eli Blokh constructed a mobile sukkah in the back of a truck and made house calls to people isolated due to the coronavirus. (Oct. 8)

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Rabbi considering legal action against new shutdown

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is reinstating tighter restrictions on areas where coronavirus cases are spiking. Many neighborhoods affected are home to large enclaves of Orthodox Jews, and community leaders have complained of being singled out. (Oct. 7)

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Mexican trans woman flees violence, dies in New York from Covid-19 | AFP | AFP

At a young age, Yimel Alvarado — a trans woman from the state of Guerrero, Mexico — fled violence and discrimination in her hometown and escaped to New York. Almost 20 years later, when she finally went back to her family, she was dead — her ashes returned to a devastated mother and sisters after falling ill with Covid-19 thousands of miles away.

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Pandemic, protests and election bring record gun sales in NY State | AFP

Gun shops in New York State have witnessed rising sales since February, starting with the pandemic, and accelerating during unrest linked to social justice protests.

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Mexican trans woman flees violence, dies in New York from Covid-19 | AFP

At a young age, Yimel Alvarado — a trans woman from the state of Guerrero, Mexico — fled violence and discrimination in her hometown and escaped to New York. Almost 20 years later, when she finally went back to her family, she was dead — her ashes returned to a devastated mother and sisters after falling ill with Covid-19 thousands of miles away.

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New York Gov. orders crackdown in COVID hotspots

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has ordered a new crackdown on COVID hotspots across New York City as virus cases spike. (Oct. 6)

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NY funeral director on Trump’s COVID comments

A New York funeral director whose funeral home was flooded with COVID-19 death victims fears that President Donald Trump’s comments to not fear the coronavirus will cause people to put their guard down. (Oct. 6)

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NYC targets virus uptick areas with restrictions

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is aiming new virus restrictions at neighborhoods home to the city’s large Orthodox Jewish community. Cuomo says its an attempt to halt a flare-up of the coronavirus, but some residents say they feel unfairly targeted. (Oct. 5)

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NY gov. announces crackdown on COVID restrictions

New York’s governor says the state will close some schools and take over enforcement of social distancing rules in parts of New York City after a spike in COVID-19 infection rates over the past few weeks. (Oct. 5)

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Actor Rick Moranis punched while on walk in NYC

Actor Rick Moranis was sucker punched by an unknown assailant while walking Thursday on a sidewalk near New York’s Central Park, a law enforcement official told the Associated Press. (Oct. 2)

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NY diocese bankruptcy upsets alleged abuse victims

New York’s Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection because of financial pressure from lawsuits over past sexual abuse by clergy members. (Oct. 1)

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As virus rebounds in New York, Orthodox Jewish communities decry stigmatization | AFP

As cases of coronavirus tick up again in New York, particularly in neighborhoods with significant populations of Orthodox Jews, some residents of those areas say they feel attacked or insulted, accusing authorities of creating a stigma based on their faith.

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New York workers left behind by pandemic response

Many of New York City’s restaurants are operating with skeleton staffing levels as they try and survive in the face of the pandemic. The cautious reopening has left many unemployed restaurant workers to wonder when or if they will go back to work. (Oct. 1)

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Restaurant workers carry coffin to Cuomo’s office

Hundreds of New York City restaurant workers and owners marched to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office in Manhattan Monday to demand that restaurants be allowed a 50% indoor dining capacity. (Sept. 28)

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Images of New York’s skyline as more than a million Covid-19 deaths recorded worldwide | AFP

Images of the New York skyline as more than one million deaths from the novel coronavirus have been recorded worldwide since it emerged in China in December 2019, according to an AFP tally based on official sources at 2230 GMT Sunday.

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