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Keepin' Faith with The Gary Douglas Band Special

A heady mix of classic rock, Americana, country and blues, The Gary Douglas Band have been enjoying quite a bit of success with their second album. Their frontman spoke to Digital Journal.

Afrojack to play Pacha NYC, as one of the venue's final shows

New York - On Jan. 22, electronic dance music (EDM) superstar Afrojack will be performing at Pacha NYC, which will be one of his final performances.

Nursery for rare sand tiger sharks found outside New York City

New York City - In the waters not far from bustling New York City, scientists and veterinarians have made an amazing find in Long Island's Great South Bay: a nursery for sand tiger sharks, scary-looking due to their spiky teeth but usually docile to humans.

NY man, 25, dies in elevator crash

New York - A 25-year-old man is being called a hero in New York City after shoving a woman out of the way of a falling elevator. The young man himself, however, was killed moments later.

FacePalm Friday: Azealia Banks allegedly bit bouncer's boob

New York - On Wednesday, 24-year-old rapper Azealia Banks was arrested in New York City following an incident with bouncers at a nightclub.

Conversing with actor, comedian, writer and novelist Justin Sayre Special

The Pennsylvania-born star never has a problem when it comes to keeping busy. If he's not writing for popular sitcom, '2 Broke Girls,' he's publishing novels or making acute observations about society and its many quirks on his variety show 'The Meeting.'

Review: Gareth Emery masterful at New York City's Terminal 5 Special

New York City - Electronic dance music star Gareth Emery performed a lengthy set at Terminal 5 in New York City, as part of his "Electric for Life" tour.

New York City woman will be your 'mom' for $40 an hour

New York City - New York City is not the most forgiving of places, with its egregious rent prices, competitive job market, and overall density.

New York City restricts access to job seekers' criminal past

New York City - New York City employers can no longer ask about a potential employee's criminal history on a job application. The Fair Chance Act (FCA) was signed into law by Mayor Bill de Blasio on June 29 and went into effect on Tuesday, October 27.

Whole Foods will slash 1500 jobs to offer consumers lower prices

Whole Foods Inc. announced on Monday that it is cutting about 1,500 jobs over the next eight weeks in an effort to lower prices and keep up with the competition. The cuts make up about 1.6 of the company's workforce.

Review: Madonna spectacular at Madison Square Garden in New York City Special

New York - On September 16, pop superstar Madonna performed at New York's Madison Square Garden, and she put on a spectacular concert.

Review: Maddie & Tae delight at Dylan's Candy Bar in New York City Special

New York - On September 1, country duo Maddie & Tae performed an intimate show at Dylan's Candy Bar in the heart of New York City, for their country listeners.

New York cops kill bystander after undercover gun buy goes bad

Mount Vernon - A bystander was shot and killed by a New York police officer after an undercover gun buy went wrong in the New York City suburb of Mount Vernon, police said on Saturday. The bystander was shot while the officer was chasing a fleeing suspect.

Legionnaires' disease - Significant public health crisis for NYC

New York - Two more people have died in the Bronx, bringing the total number of fatalities to 12 in the largest outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in New York City's history.

Interview: Dyro talks electronic dance music, new label and fans Special

New York - World renowned Dutch DJ and producer Dyro sat down and chatted with Digital Journal prior to his concert at Pacha NYC on July 31.

Review: George Ezra delights at New York City's Terminal 5 Special

On July 28, singer-songwriter George Ezra headlined New York City's Terminal 5, and was successful in his inaugural performance at this venue.

Why a hacker took down New York Magazine

New York City - Last night New York Magazine came out with a bombshell feature that interviewed 35 women, all of whom allege to have been sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby over the last four decades. But soon after it went live, New York Magazine’s website went down.

NYC council asks Google to discourage left turns to save lives

New York City - New York City has reportedly asked Google to eliminate left turns from its navigation directions on Google Maps where possible. It is thought that this could save many lives over the course of the year as left turns are notoriously dangerous in NYC.

Review: Heffron Drive amazing at Webster Hall in New York City Special

New York - Big Time Rush's Kendall Schmidt and Dustin Belt performed at The Studio at Webster Hall on July 1, as part of their musical duo, Heffron Drive, and they were awesome.

Free Wi-Fi coming to New York City

New York - Google is funding a project that is going to bring free Wi-Fi to New York City by turning disused phone booths into hotspots.

Study: Almost 10 percent of NYC drivers run red lights

Nearly one in 10 New York City drivers run red lights, a study by Hunter College has found. Pedestrian safety has been a key focus of City Hall since Mayor de Blasio’s election.

'Cuteness Alert': Check out NYC's Queens Zoo new baby Pudu deer

New York City - New York City's Queens Zoo employees are busting their buttons with pride this week, as the newest addition to the zoo's family makes his first public appearance. Cute as a button, a Pudu fawn met his adoring fans today.

NYPD officer accused of stealing dead man's credit card

New York - In yet another case of potential misconduct, a New York City Police Department officer has been accused of stealing a dead man's credit card and using it to buy a diamond ring from Zales.

Bus-truck collision in Pennsylvania leaves 2 dead and 17 injured

Tobyhanna - A head-on crash in Eastern Pennsylvania between a bus and a tractor-trailer has left two people dead and at least 17 others injured say authorities.

Two men arrested for 'manspreading'

Nyc - Two men from Brooklyn were arrested for a practice called "manspreading," or taking up too much space on a subway train.

NYPD cops receive $151,000 in forced rehab placement

A federal jury has awarded two New York City police officers a combined $151,000 in a long-running suit that alleged NYPD substance abuse counselors forced them into alcohol rehab.

DEA agents allegedly lied to govt. about running strip club

South Hackensack - Two Drug Enforcement Agency employees allegedly lied to the government about not having outside work, even though they owned a sleazy New Jersey strip club that employed illegal immigrant dancers from Russia and Brazil.

NYC oversight agency says fewer complaints but more cops lying

New York City - An annual report compiled by the Civilian Complaint Review Board and released on Wednesday has found more evidence of police officers lying but the number of complaints filed by civilians is down.

Op-Ed: Feds say it's 'lights out' for Times Square billboards

New York City officials are balking at an order by the federal government to turn out the lights on Times Square. Failure to do so could end up costing the city about $90 million in federal highway funding.

Big Apple seeks to clean up its act for Earth Day 2015

For anyone who has ever been to our nation’s largest city, New York City, it’s evident that despite the landmarks and award-winning restaurants, the city could use a little cleaning up.
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