NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Bring your friends, your family, and most importantly your appetite for a full day of tacos! The Nacho Mutha’s Taco Festival is heading to Paramus, New Jersey next weekend. John Vitale and Chef Wilson Lindemann from Biddy O’Malley’s stopped by to give us a preview of what’s in store. For more information on how you can snag tickets, click here .
By Mark McIntyre CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer Happy July 4th, folks! We have yet another hot & humid day ahead – but it won’t be quite as brutal as yesterday. Expect high temps mainly in the upper 80s, with some low 90s. There is also a chance for isolated thunderstorms mainly inland…but not as intense as yesterday! Overall outdoor plans still look fine, you might have to just duck inside for a couple of minutes while any showers pass. It’s gonna be steamy again, so the pool or a shaded area would be good bets! The forecast for tomorrow appears very similar to our weather today – perhaps with a few more peeks of sun. Highs reach the upper 80s with plenty of humidity. Friday looks like the best bet for rain in our forecast, with some drenching thunderstorms expected as a cold front moves through. Once the front crosses the area, we’ll enjoy MUCH lower humidity and temperatures this weekend. Have a great holiday!
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Hurricane season officially begins today, but thousands in Puerto Rico still haven’t recovered from last year’s Hurricane Maria. It could take another two months to fully restore power to more than 11,000 people who lost it more than eight months ago. David Begnaud reports from San Juan.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police are looking for a suspect after they say a woman fights off an attempted assault in Upper Manhattan. It happened around 5:40 a.m. Sunday in the area of Broadway and West 215th Street. Surveillance video shows a man getting into an elevator at the Inwood 207th Street station and taking off his shirt. WANTED: Black male, 6’, 150 lbs., partially bald, for the attempted rape of a 34-year-old female. She was walking near W. 215 St./Broadway #Manhattan at approximately 5:40am on May 6th when the suspect attached her. Help us ID him, #800577TIPS . pic.twitter.com/lnPlRr2SEW — NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) May 7, 2018 Investigators say the video shows the man moments before he started stalking a 34-year-old woman, who was walking home from the train station. Police said the man approached her from behind and reached his hand under her skirt. He then put his hand over her mouth, but she screamed and was able to free herself from him, police said. She then ran towards her building, but the man followed her and she screamed and fought him off again, CBS2’s Natalie Duddridge reported. The woman ran into her building and the door locked behind her. The suspect fled the scene. Police do not believe the suspect and the victim knew each other. They describe the suspect as a black man, 6′ tall, 150 pounds and partially bald. He was seen wearing a black T-shirt and grey pants. Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782), visit www.nypdcrimestoppers.com or text tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.
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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Albert Pujols reached 2,998 career hits with a home run and a double, and Justin Upton hit a three-run homer in the fifth inning of the Los Angeles Angels’ 10-7 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night. Mike Trout and Pujols both homered in the first, and Upton drove in four runs while the Angels earned their second straight win following a 3-9 skid. Andrew Heaney (1-1) yielded five hits and one run over six solid innings to earn his second major league victory since September 2015. The left-hander missed large portions of the past two seasons while recovering from Tommy John surgery. Manny Machado drove in two runs and made another throwing error for the last-place Orioles, who have lost 14 of 17. Pinch-hitter Jace Peterson had a three-run triple during Baltimore’s five-run ninth against reliever Eduardo Paredes before Jim Johnson ended the rally. Trout and Pujols homered in the same first inning for the eighth time, setting a major league record for teammates. Shortly after Baltimore took a 1-0 lead on Machado’s sacrifice fly, Trout hit his 11th homer deep into the left-field stands. The two-time AL MVP sent it so long and so far down the line that Statcast couldn’t accurately measure the distance. Pujols followed with his 620th career homer off Dylan Bundy (1-4) into the bullpens beyond left field. The slugger then got a standing ovation when he legged out a double in the fifth, sliding into second base with seldom-seen spryness. The hit chased Bundy, who allowed seven hits and five earned runs. Looking to become the 32nd member of the 3,000-hit club, Pujols will need two on Thursday if he hopes to do it at Angel Stadium before the club heads to Seattle to begin a five-game road trip. Right before Pujols’ double, Trout drew a walk to set the table for Upton, who delivered a three-run shot to left. Upton also had a walk-off single Tuesday night right after Trout drew a walk. Upton’s homer was his first since April 14. Trout, Pujols and Upton homered in the same game for the first time since uniting with the Angels late last season. SHOTIME A few hours after Shohei Ohtani was selected AL rookie of the month for April, the two-way Japanese star went 0 for 4 for just the second time in his Angels career. He still reached on an error and scored a run while batting fifth as Los Angeles’ designated hitter. Ohtani also threw a light bullpen session. He won’t make his next pitching start until Sunday in Seattle, or perhaps later. FIRST HIT Orioles second baseman Engelb Vielma got his first big league hit in the fifth inning, lining a single to right. The 23-year-old Venezuelan then walked and scored his first career run in the eighth. BIG BAT Martin Maldonado went 3 for 4 for the second straight night for the Angels, getting an RBI double in the sixth and his first homer in the eighth. The Gold Glove catcher was in an 0-for-34 slump before the series. TRAINER’S ROOM Orioles: Catcher Chance Sisco felt fine one day after a scary collision with teammate Pedro Alvarez’s elbow while they chased a foul popup. Sisco said he has a facial bruise, but no concussion symptoms. Angels: Nick Tropeano went on the 10-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation. The right-hander pitched one-hit ball into the seventh inning against Baltimore on Tuesday. UP NEXT Orioles: Anaheim native Chris Tillman (1-4, 7.03 ERA) looks to pick up his second consecutive win after dazzling Detroit with seven innings of one-hit ball last week. Angels: Jaime Barria (1-1, 3.86) is expected to be recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake for his third career start. The 21-year-old Panamanian right-hander debuted April 11 in the Halos’ injury-plagued rotation. (© Copyright 201 7 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
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At SXSW film and music festival, members of the creative team behind Rapture are Executive Producer Ben Selkow '96, Director Marcus Clarke, Executive Producer Peter Bittenbender (of Mass Appeal), and Executive Producer Sacha Jenkins (of Mass Appeal). Rapture, a docu-series produced by Mass …
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Like a lot of catchall expressions used to describe different musical genres, “contemporary R&B ” can mean a lot of different things. Broadly speaking, it distinguishes the pre-disco, band-led rhythm and blues numbers from the smooth drum machines, danceable synths and modern production techniques …
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NEW YORK (AP) — Bruno Mars owned the Grammys with his R&B -inspired album “24K Magic,” winning all six awards he was nominated for at a show where hip-hop was expected to have a historical night. Jay-Z, the leading nominee with eight, walked away empty handed Sunday — a year after his …
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“Finish” fuses veterans of R&B's golden age with artists actively exploring the revival of Soul and R&B in contemporary music. You've got Collins and …
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Vulfpeck's new album 'Mr. Finish Line' is all over the place