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St. Patrick's Day 2012: Pictures From NYC Parade And Around The World On Twitter [PHOTOS]

St. Patrick's day fell on a Saturday this year and fans of green beer, Ireland and revelry in general took to the streets and their favorite Irish pubs to celebrate the holiday, which commemorates Saint Patrick, who rid Ireland of snakes, according to popular Christian lore. If you can't participate in the festivities yourself, enjoy our slideshow of people around the world celebrating Saint Patrick's day.

New Frog Species Discovered in NYC Concrete Jungle

Scientists discovered a new species of leopard frog in New York City’s concrete jungle and several surrounding counties. While most undiscovered species are found in remote areas, the surprising fact about this discovery is that it’s been in plain sight all along.

Wall Street Bonuses Fell 25% in 2011 -- NYC Monitor

Wall Street's bonuses fell nearly 25 percent in 2011, a New York City fiscal watchdog estimated on Monday, a less severe drop than the industry had anticipated, though still likely to deal a blow to the economies of New York City and New York state.

Wall St's bonuses fell 25 pct in 2011 -NYC monitor

Wall Street's bonuses fell nearly 25 percent in 2011, a New York City fiscal watchdog estimated on Monday, a less severe drop than the industry had anticipated, though still likely to deal a blow to the economies of New York City and New York state.

Wall Street's bonuses fell 25 percent in 2011: NYC monitor

Wall Street's bonuses fell nearly 25 percent in 2011, a New York City fiscal watchdog estimated on Monday, a less severe drop than the industry has anticipated, though still likely to deliver a blow to the economies of New York City and New York state.

Feds Uncover $279M NYC Car Insurance Scam

36 people were arrested in New York for allegedly cheating auto insurance companies out of a quarter billion dollars in an elaborate scheme run by a Russian gang. The $279-million insurance fraud involved corrupted doctors and lawyers, feigned medical claims and over 100 fake clinics, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

NYC Architects Plan Exquisite Underground Park

A pair of NYC architects have submitted plans for a Kickstarter campaign that will allow them to build an underground park in an abandoned trolley terminal in the Lower East Side. Dan Barasch and James Ramsey of Raad Studio are hoping to convert the unoccupied Williamsburg Bridge Trolly Terminal into the city's first subterranean park. The plan is called Delancey Underground and has also been cleverly dubbed the Lowline.

White Noise' Final Night: Photos From Last Call At Manhattan's Freakiest Rock Bar [SLIDESHOW] [NSFW]

The crowd at White Noise (a grimy bar and lounge in the East Village that's heavy on the strobe lights, smoke machines and stripper poles) on Friday night, Feb. 24, was a mix of punk, hair metal, rock and AC/DC fans, who had gathered together for one final hurrah before the freaky rock 'n' roll bar closed shop following a year-long run on the second floor of an East Village building above a Liquor Store on Avenue C. A mass of sweaty rockers bounced, moshed and grinded as if it was their...

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Rojas Guilty of Assault in NYC Subway

Following accusations of pushing a stranger into an oncoming subway train, Jose Rojas was convicted Friday of assault but acquitted of attempted murder.
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