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Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

The History Behind 7 New York City Street Names

Ever wonder how a street got its name? Well New York doesn't only have the common street names like "20th street" as everyone assumes, here are eight NYC street names and their history.

Family & Parenting | Parenting

Tribute In Light Returns To Mark 18th Anniversary Of September 11 Attacks - Gothamist

"The tribute produces two vertical columns of light meant to signify the Twin Towers rising high above the Manhattan skyline."

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Why The Antisemitic Hate-Crime Spike in New York City Has Nothing to Do with White Supremacy

Many liberals downplay hate crimes that don’t fit their narrative. A better approach would be consistency: We should vigorously pursue hate-crime perpetrators regardless of who they -- or the victims -- are.

Politics | Leftists & Antisemitism

Josh Hammer On ‘Tipping Point With Liz Wheeler’: Why Is No One Discussing Rising Anti-Semitic Violence In New York

On Thursday, Daily Wire Editor-at-Large Josh Hammer, who frequently opines on issues pertaining to Jewish politics,

News | News

New Yorkers Are Leaving The City In Droves: Here's Why They're Moving And Where They're Going

As more corporations move to cities that offer attractive tax incentives and a business-welcoming attitude, people will increasingly leave the New York area.

Sports | Paddle craft other than SUP

Faces of the Adirondacks, Part 2 — New York's 90-Mile Canoe Route

The best overnight paddling sections and gateway communities of the Adirondack Canoe Route: the historic 90-mile section of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.

Politics | Politics

BREAKING: Far-Left Queens D.A. Candidate Backed By Ocasio-Cortez Loses | Daily Wire

Tiffany Cabán, the far-left candidate for Queens D.A., has lost the race for the Democratic nomination to Melinda Katz after a seven-week battle.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

New York City businesses struggle after minimum wage increase

More than six months after the $15 minimum wage went into effect in New York City, business leaders and owners say the increased labor costs have forced them to cut staff, eliminate work shifts and raise prices.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Confusing Antisemites of the Day | Israellycool

An Orthodox Jewish Instagram user posted the following disturbing video of Jew haters verbally assaulting him while driving in upstate New York

Politics | POLITICS

Here's who Democrats are praising when they praise Al Sharpton

In the past few days, Democrats have lined up to praise the legacy of Al Sharpton.

Sports | Sports

Yankees manager drops multiple F-bombs in ‘savage’ rant against umpire

Baseball history has seen some epic shouting matches between managers and umpires, but this one was savage.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Jews are routinely being attacked in the streets of New York City. So why is no one acting like it’s a big deal? – Tablet Magazine

The incidents now pass without much notice, a steady, familiar drumbeat of violence and hate targeting visibly Jewish people in New York City. Early on the morning of June 15, a Saturday, two men in a white Infiniti drove around Borough Park, a vast,  tra

Politics | POLITICS

Scherie Murray is latest Republican to run for AOC's seat

Scherie Murray, a Jamaican-born woman who grew up in Queens and founded a TV production and advertising company, plans to run for the congressional seat held by Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, according to a report.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Progressive pol’s unpleasant surprise: Handcuffing the cops means trouble

Yuh-Line Niou, who represents lower Manhattan in the state Assembly, had an unpleasant experience getting off the subway at Bowling Green the other day. “I was just threatened,” she wrote on Twitte…

News | Antisemitism Watch

Western New York High School Teacher Avoids Disciplinary Action After Remarks Praising Hitler

A customer holds a Polish copy of Adolf Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ at a bookstore in Wroclaw, Feb. 23, 2005. Photo: …

Politics | POLITICS

Ocasio-Cortez Makes Wild Claims About CBP Facility. Witnesses Fire Back. | Daily Wire

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) made outrageous claims, without evidence, about her tour of a U.S. Customs and Border Protection immigrant detention facility which prompted an immediate response from officials who strongly disputed her clai

Sports | Sports

The British broadcast of the Yankees-Red Sox games in London has been absolutely electric

This British play-by-play man has been on the top of his game calling the New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox series in London.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

Giro d'Italia: American Whiskey, Italian Soul - Peloton Magazine

Here's a delicious American rye whiskey cocktail from Brooklyn's Bar Velo that will become your new go-to cocktail.

News | News

Israel-founded firms 'making impact' in New York State economy | The Times of Israel

506 companies in New York directly contributed $18.6 billion in revenue in 2018; overall economic benefit represented 2.02% of state's GDP, study shows

Sports | SPORTS

Yankees' red flags appear amid in rare loss

On Sunday, the Yankees got a bit of a wake-up call from Justin Verlander and the Astros, who pounded the Bombers, 9-4, in The Bronx, preventing a home-team sweep.

Politics | POLITICS

Is Trump the Real Target of Netflix’s When They See Us?

A new film about the Central Park Jogger case seems conveniently timed.

Politics | The "Squad"

Ocasio-Cortez Devastated In New Poll From Inside Her District | Daily Wire

A new poll from inside socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's (D-NY) 14th congressional district has found that among registered voters, the far-left congresswoman is deeply unpopular.

The door-to-door poll from Stop The AOC PAC yielded the following

Music | Music

The New York Hardcore Chronicles 10 Questions w/ Harley Flanagan (The Stimulators / Cro-Mags) 2015

The New York Hardcore Chronicles 10 Questions w/ Harley Flanagan (The Stimulators / Murphy's Law / M.O.I. / Cro-Mags / Harley's War) While shooting "The Cros...

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

New York Transit Edges Into a Future Without MetroCards | WIRED

Beginning Friday, you can get into select subway stations by waving your phone. By 2023, MetroCards will go the way of the token.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Reported antisemitic incidents in NYC in Q1 FAR more than all other hate crimes COMBINED. (22x more than anti-Islam incidents.)

Blogging about Israel and the Arab world since, oh, forever.

Politics | Leftists & Antisemitism

‘An Anti-Semitism Crisis’: NYPD Records Staggering 83% Rise In Hate Crimes | Daily Wire

According to The Wall Street Journal, the New York Police Department (NYPD) has recorded a truly harrowing and eye-popping increase in hate city-wide hate crimes over the past year.

News | Fun With Islam

FBI: Hamas Supporter Arrested for Plotting to Bomb Trump Tower, Aiding Terror Organization

Federal authorities arrested a 20-year-old Hamas supporter they say posted an Instagram poll about whether he should bomb Trump Tower in New York City.

News | National News

Beloved puppy dies after grooming at PetSmart

PELHAM, N.Y. - A New York man took his puppy for a grooming, but within the hour, his 10-month-old English Bulldog had died. Darren Harris, 22, got an emergency call to “come quickly” from the PetSmart in Pelham half an hour after he left Enzo at the

Sports | SPORTS

The Adam Eaton/Todd Frazier feud continues

Adam Eaton and Todd Frazier don't like each other and haven't for years.

Politics | The "Squad"

WATCH: People In Ocasio-Cortez's District Asked What They Think About Socialism | Daily Wire

Turning Point USA's Benny Johnson traveled to socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's (D) 14th congressional district in New York and asked numerous people what they thought about socialism.

Politics | The "Squad"

AOC blown away by first experience with a garbage disposal

The congresswoman posted photos and videos on Instagram showing the apparently "terrifying" contraption in her swanky DC apartment and saying she'd never seen one before.

Politics | The "Squad"

AOC raised over $11K for campaign in Queens 'fund run'

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez held a 5k in Queens Saturday that she promoted as supporting her Green New Deal. But many of the runners didn’t realize their $30 registration fees were going directly into the lawmaker’s campaign coffers.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

Disappearing New York, Captured in Vintage Photos - The New York Times

Thursday: A look at how our city has changed since the early 1900s.

Politics | PC Culture

If We Cancel Kate Smith, We Must Cancel The New York Yankees

The Yankees have banished Kate Smith to the dustbin for singing silly songs. Let's banish the Yankees for their decades of racism.

News | National News

New York Courts: Mandatory Measles Vaccination Is Not A Violation Of The Constitution

A New York City judge has dismissed a complaint from parents who objected to the city's emergency vaccine order meant to immediately curb a dangerous measles epidemic threatening the city's vulnerable.

Music | Music

Toilet Böys - Toilet Böys (Full Album)

Released: 9/11/01 Label : Masterplan Entertainment 1 Party Starts Now 3:28 2 Heartstopper 3:15 3 Can't Wait 2:55 4 Future Is Now 3:45 5 Saturday Nite 2:53 6 ...

News | The News

FDNY Spirit Run honors firefighters who battled Notre Dame fire

New York probationary firefighters carried both American and French flags Wednesday during their final Spirit Run before their graduation in tribute to the firefighters who battled the horrible fire of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on Monday.

News | Fun With Islam

Ilhan Omar’s outrageous writeoff of 9/11’s horrors

How pathetic: A member of Congress can’t acknowledge what happened on one of the most horrific days in US history. In a March 23 speech, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) complained of “the discomfort of b…

Politics | Politics

SJWs Savage Young Female Entrepreneur For Opening Chinese Restaurant While White

A young mother in New York City has been targeted by left-wing social justice activists for daring to open a Chinese restaurant while being white.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

10 fascinating secrets of NYC’s Grand Central Terminal

More than 750,000 people visit Grand Central a daily; some to shop, some to dine, but most to hit the rails. Beyond being a pulsating artery of New York City, t

News | The News

Crowley had dirt on Ocasio-Cortez but decided not to use it in campaign

An overconfident Joe Crowley opted against using negative ammunition against Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez because he believed that he had the Democratic primary locked up and didn’t want to look weak in a race he was expected to walk away with.

News | News

New York Is Set To Be First U.S. City To Impose Congestion Pricing

Motorists will pay a flat daily fee to enter Manhattan south of 60th Street. The new program aims to reduce traffic gridlock while generating revenue for the city's stressed transit system.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

New York State Cuts Special Olympics Funding, Gives Raises To Lawmakers | Daily Wire

Democrat-controlled New York is cutting funds to the Special Olympics and giving a raise to lawmakers a week after Democrats in Washington, D.C., expressed outrage after the Trump administration proposed cutting funds to the Special Olympics.

News | The News

Chick-Fil-A Banned From Yet Another Airport

Yet another airport has banned Chick-fil-A from doing business for its socially conservative views on biblical marriage.

News | Israel/Jewish Community

THIS IS JUSTICE?! Man Who Burned Body of Menachem Stark Z”L Could Spend Under 3 Years Behind Bars

Kendall Felix, a man convicted in the horrific kidnapping and murder of Menachem Stark, was sentenced Wednesday to a minimum of two years and four months to a maximum of seven years in prison — ove…

Miscellaneous | Dating & Relationships

19 Reliable First Date Spots in Manhattan

Places that come off as effortlessly cool for get-to-know-you conversation

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

Ocasio-Cortez Joins De Blasio In Call To Punish Asian Students

Progressives want to lower the standards of admission at New York's top public high schools. And they don't care how many Asian students it harms.

History | History

New York's cheeky symbol of defiance

When the City of New York declared eminent domain over a stretch of Greenwich Village, one family dug its heels in and fought back.

Visual Arts | Art!

5 Standout Shows to See in New York Right Now

From Derrick Adams at Luxembourg & Dayan to Charlotte Posenske at Dia:Beacon, these shows should not be missed.

Sports | Cycling

GIANT x PELOTON: The Red Hook Romp - Peloton Magazine

On our last day exploring NYC with Giant we take our Revolt gravel bikes to the Red Hook neighborhood, internationally famed for its fixed-gear crit.

Music | Music

David Peel & the Lower East Side - show me the way to get stoned

http://www.discogs.com/David-Peel-The-Lower-East-Side-Have-A-Marijuana/master/52833

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Ocasio-Cortez Tries To Defend Herself From 'Wack' Billboard. She Failed.

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) tried to defend herself on Wednesday from a billboard that attacked her, and she failed miserably.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

16 Great Things to Do in New York (Feb 20–March 6)

Looking for awesome things to do in NYC today? Here’s a frequently updated list of things to do in and around NYC, including Travis Scott at MSG, New York Philharmonic with Yo-Yo Ma, Jerry Saltz on the Armory Show, Independent, Spring/Break and more.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

The Weird Sadness of Aughts Nostalgia

The aughts were a weird time for music: Mixtapes were rampant, a sort of weird sadness hung over everything post-9/11. We now move through nostalgia so fast that we’ve skipped over 1999 and are thinking about 2009.

Politics | Leftist Lunacy

New York City Makes It Illegal to Discriminate on the Basis of Hairstyle

There's no such thing as an "unprofessional" appearance anymore.

History | History

George Mendonsa, man identified as kissing sailor in WWII Times Square photo, dies at 95 - CNN

George Mendonsa, who maintained for decades that he was the sailor in an iconic 1945 Times Square photo, dubbed "The Kiss," that came to symbolize the end of World War II, has died, his family says. He was 95.

Music | Music

The forgotten story of Pure Hell, America’s first black punk band

The four-piece lived with the New York Dolls and played with Sid Vicious, but they’ve been largely written out of cultural history

Business & Finance | BUSINESS

Uber is suing New York City... again

It's not the government's job to protect taxi companies

Science & Technology | Tech

What Amazon got wrong about New York City

A promise of 25,000 jobs isn’t exciting anymore — it’s ominous

Politics | Politics

Cuomo slams Ocasio-Cortez, others, as Amazon ditches New York

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo lambasted politicians such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others over Amazon's decision to leave New York City. Opponents of the deal with the tech giant had "put their own narrow political interests above their comm

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Amazon cancels plans for New York City HQ2

E-commerce giant had faced fierce opposition for a planned New York location projected to cost $3 billion in incentives

Politics | POLITICS

Twenty Things You Probably Didn’t Know about Kirsten Gillibrand | National Review

Defending Big Tobacco, keeping rifles under her bed, studying with Jeanine Pirro, and having Edie Falco play her grandmother.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Upstate New York yeshiva set on fire and painted with swastikas

A state police spokesman confirmed that the incident is being treated as a hate crime

Business & Finance | Business

Amazon may be rethinking its New York City headquarters | TechCrunch

Amazon’s decision to open HQ2 in New York City has been a controversial decision since day one. The company has been championing the estimated 25,000 jobs the move could bring to the metropolitan area, while citizens and local government officials have

Travel | Travel

The TWA Hotel Will Start Accepting Reservations Next Week

Starting at noon EST on Feb. 14, the TWA Hotel will begin accepting reservations for stays starting May 15.

News | The News

Deal reached for Ben Carson, HUD to help fix NYC's notorious public housing system | Fox News

U.S. housing officials and New York City announced a deal Thursday to appoint a federal monitor to watch the city embattled public Housing Authority amid problems with unlivable conditions, lead paint, lack of heat and mold.

News | News

Jewish Leaders in Crown Heights Urge NYC Authorities to Probe Circumstances Behind Spate of Antisemitic Violence

Video captured by the Shomrim Jewish community organization of the assault on a Jewish man in Crown Heights. Photo: Screenshot. …

News | Abortion

New York's New Abortion Law Even Removes Protections For WANTED Babies

New York's new partial birth abortion law, which legalizes killing babies up until moments before birth, also has an impact on the children abortion advocates are always claiming they support: the wanted children.

News | Abortion

Snopes tries to slam 'pro-life critics' of NY abortion law, then accidentally proves them right

Snopes, in its desire to slam pro-lifers, made it appear that claims about the broadness of the "health" exception are spurious...then proves us right.

News | Abortion

One World Trade Center Should Not Promote a Culture of Death | National Review

Women deserve better than the abortion industry not only today, but in the future. The site of One World Trade Center has suffered enough innocent death.

News | NEWS

New York law is an open invitation to home invaders

There is a reason homeowners can rarely afford to dispense mercy on an overnight invader: Criminal intruders tend to be the dangerous type. What homeowners don’t expect are law enforcers and prosec…

News | National News

HORROR: New York Set To Legalize Abortion Up To Birth

The womb will become an even less safe place for unborn babies in New York come Tuesday.

Business & Finance | Economics

The exodus of New York City’s endangered middle class

After decades of sharp income erosion in the face of relentless taxes, escalating living costs and wage reductions through technological changes, the full extent of this shocking exodus is laid bare in the latest US Census data.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

The New York City Subway in the 1970s: The Photos

The MTA gives New Yorkers plenty to complain about these days, but hey: at least they got rid of all that graffiti (and crime). 

Food & Drink | Travel

New York City Tour w/ Cooper Ray

Cooper takes us over the Brooklyn Bridge by bicycle on a historical lower Manhattan tour of New York City. I shot this on this camera: https://goo.gl/2RZxQQ ...

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Ocasio-Cortez calls question about how to pay for Medicare for all ‘puzzling’

Liberal New York congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says it is “puzzling” to figure out a strategy to fund Medicare for all, despite touting the socialist-like health care plan championed by the far left throughout her campaign.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

Here's the Salary You Need to Buy a Modest Home in New York City, San Francisco & 22 Other Places | Apartment Therap

If you're thinking about buying a home someday soon, these numbers should offer a little gut check to see how close you are to making The American Dream a reality.

News | Israel/Jewish Community

The New York Times Just Made A STUNNING Admission About Why Leftists Often Refuse To Call Out Anti-Semitism

On Wednesday, The New York Times ran a story about rising anti-Semitism in the city. That story noted some points that seem to have gone by the wayside for years.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

New York City in all its Neon-Lit Glory, 1969 - 1971 - Flashbak

These brilliant photos were taken by Hans Joachim Jacobi and scanned by his son Michael. They travelled to NYC as a stopover on the way to and from Halifax in Nova Scotia to visit relatives. Hans was using a Exakta Varex IIa, an East-German camera, using

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

New York City Wants To Become A Cybersecurity Leader - With Israel's Help | Technology News

The New York City Economic Development Corporation's plan to make NYC a global cybersecurity leader includes a new Global Cyber Center established by Israel's SOSA and an investment hub by Jerusalem Venture Partners. | NoCamels

Sports | Cycling

Pedal - documentary on new York bicycle messenger 2001 #Cycling #NYC #NewYorkCity #NewYork | Cycling | Pinterest

Pedal - documentary on new York bicycle messenger 2001 #Cycling #NYC #NewYorkCity #NewYork

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

20 Ultimate Things to Do in New York City – Fodors

In the city that never sleeps, it can be tempting to want to do it all. But instead of trying to see, eat, and drink it all, put these 20 musts—from iconic landmarks to local favorites—at the top of your list.

Politics | Other Politics

Cuomo defeats Nixon in NY gubernatorial primary

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo overcame a primary challenge from activist and actress Cynthia Nixon on Thursday, thwarting her attempt to become the latest insurgent libera

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

10 Secrets of Subway Conductors | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

News | Good News

The World's Most Iconic Toy Store Is Reopening After Suddenly Shutting Down 3 Years Ago

The brand was known for its famous flagship store on 5th avenue in NYC, which closed in 2015.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

New York Today: Neil Simon’s New York

Tuesday: Remembering the Broadway playwright, and a water park on the city skyline.

News | News

Nazi labor camp guard caught by ICE, deported to Germany, completing 'difficult task,' Grenell says

The last known Nazi collaborator living in the United States -- a 95-year-old former camp guard who played an indispensable role in the murders of thousands of Jews -- was deported to Germany from his New York City home early Tuesday morning, completing w

Politics | Politics

Freedom in the 50 States 2017-2018: New York Overall Freedom | Cato Institute

New York ranks #50 in Overall Freedom. The Freedom in the 50 States 2017-2018 index from the Cato Institute measures freedom across a range of over 230 policies and across the personal, regulatory and fiscal dimensions.

Food & Drink | Bars & Restaurants

Sorry New York, California Is A Better Place To Eat Now

Iconic mainstays like baked goat cheese at Chez Panisse and new classics like shrimp tacos dorados at Mariscos Jalisco ripple through American dining

Music | Music

Target’s CBGB Tribute Draws Backlash, Followed by an Apology

Target drew criticism when the grand opening of its new East Village location included a re-creation of CBGB’s facade.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Where to find affordable housing in NYC

Looking for affordable apartments in New York? Look no further: This guide to NYC’s housing lotteries has you covered.

Travel | Travel

Listen to an Aer Lingus Pilot Argue With JFK Air Traffic Controller

An Aer Lingus pilot operating Flight EI104 from New York (JFK) to Dublin (DUB) got into a heated confrontation with an air traffic controller shortly after taking off on Sunday evening.

Politics | Election: 2020

Democratic Socialist Ocasio-Cortez Counts Big Bank, Private Equity Firm Among Top Donors

Democratic socialist and Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may rail against the evils of capitalism in her stump speeches, but her campaign, it seems, has been happily cashing checks from big banks and Wall Street private equity firms.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Your library card now gets you free access to more than 30 NYC museums

NYC's library card just got a Moviepass-sized upgrade. NYC library members can now access 33 cultural bastions throughout the city thanks to the new Culture Pas

Politics | POLITICS

NY pro-Palestinian congressional front-runner can't define 'Occupation'

The interviewer continued to press her for clarification, at which point Ocasio-Cortez somewhat deflected the request, stating that she is "not the expert on geopolitics on this issue."

Entertainment | ENTERTAINMENT

NYC Stories: Bill Hader and Henry Winkler Have Ridiculous Memories of NYC

Bill Hader and Henry Winkler, stars of HBO hit Barry, have each experienced love and hate in New York City—but not in the ways you’d imagine.

Travel | Travel

Seven NYC Tours Every Visitor (and Local) Should Take

All of those who have visited know the avenues and alleys of New York City are made for walking.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

The Preservation Battle of Grand Central

Forty years ago, preservationists—including a former First Lady—fought to maintain the integrity of New York City’s historic railway station

News | The News

Socialist Ocasio-Cortez Changes Bio After Making Misleading Statements

Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has changed her biography on her campaign website after she was caught making misleading statements about her past.

Politics | Politics

Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Made Enemies At Work Over Greedy Behavior, Ex-Coworker Says | Daily Wire

Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez apparently made enemies while working at a bar in New York as a former co-worker claims that she was greedy and, in at least one instance, allegedly kept most of the tips for herself.

Politics | From CNN

Establishment Democrats get a wake-up call in New York - CNNPolitics

The out-of-nowhere upset of Democratic Rep. Joe Crowley in Tuesday's New York primary has stunned the Democratic establishment and shook up the party's likely line of succession to become the next House speaker.

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

Running late, man dons suit, paddle boards across Hudson to make meeting on time

Commuting in the Big Apple has gotten so bad, a New Jersey man chose to cross the Hudson River on a paddle board to make his meeting on time — in a suit, no...

Miscellaneous | Chicagoey Stuff

Explaining Chicago to New Yorkers is supremely gratifying

It's a delight to watch the slow-dawning revelation that another American city might give NYC a run for its money.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

New York’s lost neighborhoods

All across NYC, the ghosts of old neighborhoods—demolished to make way for newer and flashier developments—can be found.

News | News

How Anna Delvey Tricked New York’s Party People

Anna Delvey, born Anna Sorokin, seemed to be an up-and-coming New York socialite. Now she’s charged with grand larceny, attempted grand larceny, and theft of services.

Sports | Cycling

RΞD HOOK TRIP

RΞD HOOK TRIP #Cycling #NYC #Brooklyn #FixedGear

Sports | Cycling

Humbled by the Hook: a Collection of Tales from Team Stanridge at the Red Hook Crit Brooklyn | The Radavist

Humbled by the Hook: a Collection of Tales from Team Stanridge at the Red Hook Crit Brooklyn Photos by Luke Atkinson, words by Evan Hartig with quotes credited. On Saturday, April 28th, tens of thousa...

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

The best things to do in NYC according to locals and Time Out Editors!

According to critics and locals, these are the the best things to do in NYC. Discover amazing places to eat and drink, must-see museums and more.

Music | Music

Speak Into My Good Eye Speak Into My Good Eye |

Indie music blog from New York.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Rooftop festival to feature NYC’s best subway performers

You know you're a New Yorker when you have your subway regulars: The early-morning troubadour at the 7th Ave Q station, the evening poet on the 2/3 train to Cro

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

19 NYC Secrets Most New Yorkers Don't Know

From an abandoned subway station to a colonial African burial ground lost for almost 300 years, we've rounded up the city’s best kept secrets.

Sports | Cycling

How 5 Brooklyn Cyclists Are Preparing for the L Train Shutdown

NYC bike commuters, bike shop owners, and cycling advocates share their hopes for the upcoming shutdown.

Sports | Cycling

SUN AND AIR BIKE SHOP/CAFE BROOKLYN NY.

One of NYC's hippest bike shops.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Take a Trip Through New York City in the Year 1911

Back in 1911, the Swedish film production company Svenska Biografteatern visited New York City during a trip to America and shot footage of various street scenes. The film has survived through the years in mint condition, and YouTuber Guy Jones created this fascinating 8-minute edit after slowing down the footage to a natural rate and adding in ambient sounds.

Miscellaneous | Mid Century

First look inside the TWA Hotel’s sleek, midcentury-inspired rooms - Curbed NY

Get a peek inside the TWA Hotel’s new hotel rooms, which are inspired by midcentury modern design.

Politics | Liberal "Tolerance"

Danish tourist mugged at knifepoint in NYC over MAGA hat: report | TheHill

A Danish tourist traveling in New York City says he was mugged at knifepoint by two men angered by a "Make America Great Again" hat he had purchased.

Sports | Sports

Red Sox-Yankees: Why MLB players say Boston is 'the roughest'

It’s easy to group the Red Sox and Yankees, but no place in baseball is tougher on its own than Boston, according to players who experienced both.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

8 money saving apps for New Yorkers

Who couldn’t use a little extra moolah? These money saving apps that are helping New Yorkers get just that.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Best views in NYC to see the city skyline

Take in the most stunning views of NYC from the best rooftops, parks and observation decks in Gotham. While you're at it, learn the history of these buildings.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Ubers and taxis in NYC are about to get a price hike

Catching a ride in Manhattan is about to get slightly more expensive. On Saturday, Governor Andrew Cuomo and the state legislature approved a $168 billion budg

News | News

London murder rate overtakes New York's

An ex-senior Met Police officer says he is "absolutely devastated" by the figures for 2018.

Sports | Cycling

U.S. Track Cycling Championship (1929)

U.S. Cycling Championship (1929)

Music | Music

Brookyln-Based Band Habibi Fuses Farsi Lyrics With Western Riffs

The Brooklyn-based band doesn't need to speak English to pack a punch. Frontwoman Rahill Jamalifard talks about songwriting in Farsi and how Middle Eastern rock emboldens her.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

What Airbnb Did to New York City - CityLab

Airbnb’s effects on the city’s housing market have been dramatic, a report suggests. And other cities could soon see the same pattern.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

The 25 Best Museums in New York City!

The city's museum scene can be a dizzying one—but our list has you covered.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

South Shore Paddleboards | Long Island's Original SUP Shop

After a career in the painting industry, Karen Marvin followed her passion and opened up shop in 2014.

Sports | Cycling

Our Woefully Outdated Licensing Laws Kill Cyclists

An unlicensed truck driver killed a 13 year-old cyclist in Brooklyn. It’s time to take motor vehicle licensing and registration into the 21st century.

Miscellaneous | OTHER STUFF

Ithaca High School cancels spring play in wake of student diversity demands

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Officials Postpone School’s Daddy-Daughter Dance Due To NYC’s Gender-Neutral Policy

Some parents say being politically correct has gone too far. As for the disappointed girls at PS 65, they say they’ve been getting ready for the dance for months.

Sports | Cycling

2017 Red Hook documentary

2017 Red Hook documentary.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

A new plan would jack up the cost of ride sharing in Manhattan

New York City is an amazing place to live, but there’s one aspect of life here that undeniably sucks: transportation. Last year, crippling delays on the

Music | Music

KEXP Exclusive Interview: Richard Lloyd of Television

by Annie Zaleski Legendary Television guitarist Richard Lloyd says in the prologue of Everything Is Combustible that his new book is a "memoir — not an

Music | Music

New York Punk, Out of Retirement

Rockers from the downtown scene of the 1970s and ’80s are keeping the flame alive, and their gray-haired fans are happy to party like it’s 1979.

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A 70s Photographer Unveils the Ultimate New York Punk Archive on Instagram

Julia Gorton took epic Polaroids of Television, Blondie, Lydia Lunch, and more, and now she’s rolling out her collection on Instagram.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

ADL: 'Proud Anti-Semite' bumper sticker a sign of the times

For most people, a bumper sticker reading "Proud Anti-Semite" would be disturbing. But one driver in Farmingdale had no problem proclaiming his stance, after a woman snapped a photo while driving her children home from a Girls Scout event on Rou

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

11 great money-saving hacks in NYC

You may have heard the news that New York has now dropped behind San Fransisco and is only the second most expensive city in the U.S. to live in, but don't tell

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

If the World Was Mapped Using the Manhattan Grid System

London's Big Ben would be on the corner of 63,709th Street and 10,896th Avenue.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Why a Tiny New York Island is Off-Limits - Neatorama

If you leave a pile of rocks in place for over a hundred years, it becomes an island with its own ownership papers, history, designation, and controversy. That's what happened to U Thant Island in New York City's East River.[https://youtu.be/wmVJyICw1C8]

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Forget 'The Bronx Is Burning.' These Days, The Bronx Is Gentrifying

In the 1970s, the phrase "the Bronx is burning" became a shorthand for urban decay. Now, money is flowing in, but not without controversy.