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He became a core member of the Spanish-language troupe Repertorio Español after leaving Cuba, where he had spent time in a forced-labor camp.
Ms. Beck established the small alternative museum the Drawing Center in SoHo in 1977, and marshaled modest grants to organize exhibitions of major-museum quality.
It would be something like time traveling, only — unlike time travelers in the movies — I would know the future without having a chance to change it.
Mr. Bender was an all-American player at Columbia whose play during the Depression helped popularize the game and make Madison Square Garden a magnet for college basketball.
M. WILLIAM BRAY IS DEAD UPSTATE; Lieutenant Governor for 3 Terms Under Lehman - Led New York Democrats
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As Mary Burke Nicholas, the name by which she was known before 1994, Mrs. Washington held prominent government posts in New York throughout the 1970s and ’80s.
Mr. Carey helped rescue New York from the brink of financial collapse in the 1970s and tamed a culture of ever-growing spending.
Mrs. Petrie and her husband, Milton, a retailing mogul who died in 1994, gave to a number of causes that included the Museum of Modern Art and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
NEW YORK — Clay Felker, a visionary editor who was widely credited with inventing the formula for the modern magazine, giving it energetic expression in a glossy weekly named for and devoted to the boisterous city that fascinated him - New York - died Tuesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 82.
For three weeks, Paul Cary transported coronavirus patients to hospitals by ambulance. He had already signed up for a second 30-day deployment in New York when he started feeling sick.
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