Good afternoon. We’re here to help you get ready for the week, one when the lights finally come back on Broadway—which should make Midtown less lonely. If you’re still looking for company, head to Little Italy for the Feast of San Gennaro to see, among other things, just how much cannoli one person can eat.
Alan Kaufman, former Melrose Credit Union CEO and once one of the city’s leading taxi-medallion lenders, is to be sentenced in federal court after being convicted of two counts of bribery. Kaufman’s legal troubles began when childhood friend Rob Nemeroff, a Melrose marketing director, got fired and ratted him
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