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Pro Palestine Primary Teachers Rewrite 'Wheels On the Bus' and the Result is Utterly Disgusting

 

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NYC Public School Wipes Israel from the Map

The poster at Brooklyn’s PS 261, where young students are taught ‘Arab Culture Arts,’ is part of a program funded by the Qatar Foundation.

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Anti-Israel teachers getting away with blatant antisemitism as parents, critics decry ‘double standard’

Anti-Israel teachers in NYC public schools get away with unchecked antisemitism while critics of Palestine are immediately reprimanded, critics charge.

Politics | Politics

Deutsche Bank May Have Just Destroyed Letitia James' Civil Fraud Case Against Trump

Deutsche Bank might have just blown up Letitia James’s civil fraud case against President Trump.

News | ISRAEL NEWS

'Free Palestine' really means 'Eliminate Israel,' and Democrats can no longer ignore it

Saturday’s rally in Washington makes it beyond obvious: The left won’t accept anything less than total US abandonment of Israel.

News | ISRAEL NEWS

New York: Pro-Palestine rally sponsors raked in $9M in city funds

A Post review of city records shows taxpayers have shelled out nearly $9 million since 2010 to four nonprofits that helped spearhead anti-Israel protests.

Politics | Politics

NYC to consider removing statues of George Washington, create reparations task force amid budget cuts

New York City council on Tuesday will consider a range of proposals considering the legacy of slavery despite crippling budgets amid a migrant crisis.

Politics | Woke Insanity

Just In Time for 9/11, NYC Allows Islamic Call to Prayer Over Loudspeakers

Twenty-two years after 9/11, the call to Islam will resound in the city that was attacked on that day by people who believed fervently in that call.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Photographer Spent Eight Years Capturing Life on the Gritty New York Subway in the 1970s and 1980s

Willy Spiller spent 8 years photographing the NYC subway in the 1970s and 1980s, now his work is being republished in a new edition of "Hell on Wheels".

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The shoplifting crisis is a nightmare. Here are 5 things this ex-NYPD inspector wants you to know | Fox News

The shoplifting crisis is a national nightmare. This former New York police inspector wants you to know these five essential things about the spike in thefts.

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Family attacked by teens on NYC subway were enjoying final night of vacation

The family who was attacked by a trio of teenage girls on a Manhattan train Thursday evening were enjoying the final night of their Big Apple vacation when they were viciously assaulted -- and were shocked by such a random outburst of violence.

Politics | Politics

New York Raised the Age of Criminal Liability to 18. You Can Imagine How That Turned Out – PJ Media

New York State was inspired to raise the age for a person to be criminally liable under the law to age 18 back in 2018. It’s all the rage in progressive jurisdictions to treat violent, juvenile offenders like Father Flanagan’s kids (“There’s no such thing as a bad boy”).

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Sorry, Harry and Meghan — the lies don’t fly in NYC

The Sussex show has run out of gas and stalled, somewhere on the Upper East Side.

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Hate Crime Cover Up Exposed in the 71st Precinct After Jewish Man Assaulted by Hate Spewing Teens

A female police officer in Crown Heights's 71st NYPD Precinct - who decided to cover up a possible hate crime - is now in the hot seat after the enraged victim went public with his shocking story.

Politics | Liberal Fascism

New York City's vegan mayor issues decree requiring city to eat less meat as a means of combating the specter of climate change

New York City's Democratic mayor reportedly went vegan in 2016 after temporarily losing his eyesight to Type 2 diabetes. With his restored vision, Eric Adams has focused on another reason to avoid meat: the specter of anthropogenic climate change. However

Travel | Travel

21 Most Beautiful Places in New York City That Are a Must-Visit

New York is a bustling city with more things to discover than you may think are possible. The sprawling parks and hidden cafes are just a few of the things that make this city an

News | NEWS

'I will kill you': Journalist attacked and threatened by alleged CBS crew member outside Trump arraignment in NYC

A popular video journalist was attacked and threatened by a crew member allegedly working for CBS outside Donald Trump's arraignment in New York City.The man, described as a sound man for CBS by the Post Millennial, is seen on video grabbing the independe

News | News

PODCAST | Trumping The Soros Bright Shiny Thing

Listen now | This George Soros-funded attack on an ex-president – and you didn't see him looking into the past actions of Barack Obama; you didn't see his surrogates looking into Bill Clinton, ironically for the same thing that they're tr

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

9 Unique Experiences At JFK’s Incredible TWA Hotel

With vintage touches, '60s music playing throughout, and some historic decadence, the TWA Hotel is a staple of JFK International.

Politics | Campus Watch

University Administrators Demonize Jews in the Name of Social Justice

At Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), “social justice and equity” mean denying Jewish indigeneity and self-determination and whitewashing violence against Jews. At least

Sports | SPORTS

Mets rookie won't stop hitting homers

The legend of Ronny Mauricio grew again Wednesday in the Mets’ 8-4 win over the Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium.

News | Antisemitism Watch

NYC council votes to name street after antisemitic Nation of Islam leader

“The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad Way” honors a dishonorable man who cozied up with neo-Nazis and called Jews greedy.

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New NYC law bans takeout joints from providing plastic utensils, napkins, extra containers unless requested

The law, which was sponsored by Bronx Councilwoman Marjorie Velazquez, prohibits restaurants and any other businesses that deliver food from providing utensils, condiment packets, napkins or extra food containers unless those items are specifically reques

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NYC's Top Prosecutor Lets Violent Jew-Haters Off Easy

Two men charged with battering a Jewish man will spend little to no time in jail for their role in the anti-Semitic hate crime, the Manhattan district attorney's office told the Washington Free Beacon this week.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

Watch a Century of New Year's Eve Ball Drops in Times Square

This video tracks the evolution of New Year's Eve in Times Square since the tradition began.

News | Antisemitism Watch

NY Yeshiva Students Attacked by Assailants Shouting ‘Free Palestine’ in Second Such Assault This Year

Law enforcement officials attend the scene outside a Yeshiva in Brooklyn following an antisemitic assault. Photo: Twitter Police in New …

Miscellaneous | Guy Stuff

Terrifying Video of a Man Jumping Across a 23-Story Building in New York City Was Apparently Not a Stunt

A clip taken by filmmaker Erik Ljung is making its rounds in which a man can be seen jumping from awning to awning across a New York City skyscraper.

Politics | Politics

Snow days canceled for New York City schools this year

Big Apple students will be forced to hunker down in front of their screens -- instead of enjoying a snow day outdoors -- when the winter weather is at its worst this year.

Sports | Sports

Giants trim roster to 53: A look at 5 surprising cuts

The New York Giants trimmed their roster down to 53 men on Tuesday and that required quite a few surprising cuts.

Sports | SPORTS

How Mets' 2023 payroll could skyrocket to $345 million

For the Mets to return intact a team that is steamrolling toward the franchise’s first postseason appearance in six years, it will not be cheap.

News | JEWISH COMMUNITY

Anti-Semitic Hate Crime Suspect Out on Bail in New York

On July 14, a group of Jewish people gathered at the Chabad of Orange County Center in Goshen, N.Y., to hear a Holocaust survivor speak. They didn’t expect anti-Semitic harassment, but they rece...

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Ridiculous New York Dem Accused of ‘Challah-Washing’ Her Anti-Israel Views

A New York House candidate under fire for endorsing the anti-Israel boycott movement attempted damage control by posing for a photo surrounded by Jewish foods on Thursday.

Politics | Politics

MORE WINNING: Court Strikes Down NY Law Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote

The New York State Supreme Court delivered a crushing blow to the Democrats’ power grab in New York City, ruling that non-citizens cannot vote in local elections....

Politics | Education or Indoctrination?

Elite NYC private schools are teaching kids that American society must be destroyed

The irony of hyper-privileged New Yorkers paying nearly $60,000 a year for their children to learn they are the undeserving beneficiaries of a broken system need not be dwelled upon here.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

The Transit Museum's Nostalgia Trains will ride again after a two-year hiatus

Ride the rails this summer in the same machinery that New Yorkers used in the early 20th century.

Travel | Travel

45 Things to See and Do in New York City

Here's a look at the best things to do in New York City, from taking in a Broadway show to visiting some of the world's best museums and restaurants.

News | NEWS

Why you sometimes see NYPD officers on their phones

NEW YORK (PIX11) — NYPD officers are on their phones for a reason, the union representing them said after Mayor Eric Adams criticized cops spotted standing around looking at iPhones. Smartphones were distributed to all officers so they can get up-to-date

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Restored 1930s New York City Video Shows Glamorous Cars Of The Era

This restored and colorized video footage shows New York City streets from the 1930s, starting in Harlem and shifting to Midtown Manhattan on 5th Avenue.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

A Teenager's Photos of 1970s Brooklyn NYC

  Anthony Catalano’s photographs of Brooklyn, New York City, in the mid-1970s were mostly developed in his darkroom in Boro Park darkroom in the 70s. “Remember the snow storm of ’78?” he asks. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Anthony died on March 1st, 2014.

Politics | Covid 19

New York Reports Highest Daily Coronavirus Case Rate Despite Vaccine, Mask Mandates

New York on Friday reported the highest daily coronavirus case rate to date, despite the prevalence of vaccines and mask mandates.

News | In The News

Ingraham guest arrested for defying vax mandate

Jo Rose: I'm an American citizen, but I can't work and I can't eat in New York City.

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Man punches woman who told him to take a 'chill pill' on NYC subway

The disturbing incident, initially posted on TikTok and reshared on Twitter Wednesday, where it's received 2.4 million views, unfolded on a D train, though the exact date and location are unclear.

Politics | Woke Insanity

‘An Anti-Racist Public Health Agenda’: NYC Board Votes To Declare Racism A Public Health Crisis

This week, the Board of Health for New York City declared racism a public health crisis, committed to looking into whatever “structural racism” may exist in the NYC health system, and recommended that the NYC Health Department “perform an anti-racism” review.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Mayhem at Penn Station shows how far NYC has sunk

In May, Farrakhan Muhammad, a CD hustler and career criminal, allegedly got into a dispute with his brother in Times Square, took out a gun, and started shooting. He hit three tourists, including a 4-year-old girl.

Music | Events

Rockaway Beach Surf Music Festival

6 great surf bands from 4 states over 2 days!

News | The News

Man with ’12 prior arrests’ and out on ‘parole for an attempted murder’ was arrested for the shooting of a Bronx man with 2 kids in the crossfire

"His most recent arrest was in 2020."

Sports | Sports

Weis Manufacturing

Weis Manufacturing is a Brooklyn-based manufacturer of handmade bicycles built for racing and available in steel and aluminum 

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In NYC, Asian Assaults Seem to Be Perpetrated by One Demographic the Media Won’t Mention

An attacker in New York City was caught on video viciously beating a 65-year-old Asian woman who was on her way to church...

Politics | Gender Insanity

NYC School Pushes Students To Stop Saying ‘Mom,’ ‘Dad,’ ‘Parents,’ Referring To People By Gender

A school in New York City that charges $57,000 a year has published a guide sent to students and parents that encourages them to alter their language to conform to left-wing identity culture, including pushing students to stop referring to their parents a

Politics | Education or Indoctrination?

WATCH: NYC Mom Livid When Teacher Plays Rap Videos in Zoom Class

A Queens mom was outraged when she realized her son's Zoom class featured rap videos of drug deals, prostitutes, and off-color language.

Miscellaneous | I Like This

A New York Steak House Beefed Up Customer Capacity With Madame Tussauds Wax Figures

Don Draper, Holly Golightly, and some other iconic New Yorkers helped maintain social distance at a New York steak house.

News | News

NYC Will Prioritize Restaurant Workers for COVID Vaccines

After denouncing the idea on Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo quickly changed course.

News | NEWS

COVID-19 deaths in NY nursing homes were 50 percent higher than claimed: probe

The finding in state Attorney General Letitia James report found that mismanagement and long-standing problems in the private care business turned nursing homes into COVID death traps.

Travel | Travel

Where to Find Old New York City

New York City's history is rich and varied—from the glitter of the Gilded Age to the struggles of the immigrants who sought a better life in America, the city's past shapes its present. There are still many opportunities to experience a different era here

News | JEWISH COMMUNITY

Jewish Community: De Blasio’s Perfect Patsies

If Orthodox Jews were really to blame for spreading the coronavirus, as the mayor asserted, why weren't their neighborhoods added to his ‘hardest hit’ list designated to receive the vaccine ASAP?

News | News

Another Big Apple icon killed by COVID: Historic 21 Club to close amid the pandemic

The five story restaurant - located in Midtown Manhattan - reportedly told its 148 employees that they have ceased operations for the foreseeable future and will be terminated by March.

Politics | Politics

New York City Council votes to prohibit businesses from using facial recognition without public notice | VentureBeat

New York City Countil passed a bill prohibiting commercial businesses from collecting biometric data without public notice.

Politics | Politics

Giuliani has tested positive for coronavirus, Trump says

Rudy Giuliani, who has led President Trump's legal challenges to try and overturn the election, has tested positive for coronavirus, the president said Sunday.

News | News

NYPD Union Tells New York Subway Riders ‘You’re On Your Own’ Due To Anti-Cop Policies

New York’s mayor, Bill de Blasio, has made no secret of his disdain for not only law and order, but

Politics | Politics

Why Does Gov. Andrew Cuomo Continue To Single Out Jews?

There are a lot of Jews in New York. Approximately 13% of New York City’s population is Jewish, and it’s the largest Jewish community in the world outside

Politics | POLITICS

644 New Yorkers Dead From COVID Since Andrew Cuomo Published Book About Pandemic

More than 600 New Yorkers have died of COVID-19 since October 13, the release date of Andrew Cuomo's self-congratulatory book about his pandemic leadership.

Politics | BLM

BLM Rioter Arrested For Rampage Revealed To Be Wealthy NYC Youth

A privileged young New York City resident was arrested Friday night after she participated in a three-hour rampage that caused at least $100,000 in damage. The New York Post reported that 20-year-old Clara Kraebber was one of eight people arrested for fel

News | News

Rich and famous stars don’t have to follow the same coronavirus rules that we do – BGR

New York has a pretty strict coronavirus quarantine requirement for out-of-towners who visit from any of 34 restricted states. Because coronavirus infection rates are still above 10% in those areas, those visitors are supposed to quarantine for 14 days wh

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No Coronavirus Quarantine Rules For MTV 2020 VMA Performers – Report

At the VMAs, it's quarantine for thee, but not for me. New York City quarantine rules are now being enforced on travelers from 34 states, requiring a two-week isolation if arriving in the five boroughs for longer than a 24-hour stopover. That is, if you'r

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The Upper West Side rebels in the face of de Blasio’s homeless plague

Hell hath no fury like a liberal neighborhood recently mugged by Bill de Blasio. Therein lies a salutary tale. Manhattan’s leftier-than-thou Upper West Side last month got a vagrant transfusion cou…

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

NYC Is Dead Forever. Here’s Why

"But NYC always always bounces back." No. Not this time.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Outdoor seating impossible for some eateries thanks to wild NYC streets

Mayor Bill de Blasio has been touting his restaurant-reopening program as a "huge hit" -- but that's not the case on a Queens street overrun with druggies, drunks and vagrants.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Vandals Tear Down 9/11 Memorial Flagpole in New York

Police in New York are looking for vandals who cut down a flagpole at a memorial honoring five firefighters who died in the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Politics | Liberal Hypocrisy

De Blasio Suggests Ban On Public Gatherings Like Parades Or Fairs. Black Lives Matter Protests Are Different.

On Thursday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio suggested on CNN that gatherings such as normal parades and fairs would be restricted in his city, but Black Lives Matter protests would not be shut down. On Thursday, de Blasio helped paint a Black Lives Ma

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Dozens shot, at least three killed on violent July 4th weekend in NYC

Nearly 40 people were shot across New York City from the Fourth of July into early Sunday — including several fatalities, police sources said.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

WATCH: Older Woman Told To Check Her ‘Privilege’ By Protester Who Wants Statue Pulled Down: ‘That’s The Best You Got, Little Boy?’

On Sunday, counter-protesters gathered outside a statue of Teddy Roosevelt in New York City, defending the monument of the 26th president of the United States from protesters advocating its removal. During the clash between the two groups, an older woman

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Fresh signs of NYC spiraling out of control

"Complete lawlessness,” one cop termed the incident in Harlem in the early hours Sunday — and it’s fast becoming an apt description of much of the city.

News | The News

Disturbing Video Shows Sleeping Homeless Person Attacked With Fireworks By Laughing Man

On Sunday morning, a sleeping homeless man in New York City was attacked with fireworks, suffering burn injuries to his back. “Earlier yesterday morning, a homeless male was sleeping on the sidewalk in front of 67 Lenox Avenue, in the confines of th

News | The News

‘Defund The Police’: NYC Shootings EXPLODE Amid Disbanding Of Anti-Crime Units, Reassignment Of Hundreds Of Officers

As calls from the Left intensify to abolish the police, and New York City takes action to remove officers and dismantle vital anti-crime units, the city that never sleeps surged in gun violence by a stunning 358% since this time last year. “It has b

News | JEWISH COMMUNITY

RESIST de Blasio: Orthodox Jews 'Liberate' NYC Playground in Provocative Move

Just one day after a Jewish NYC lawmaker promised to “cut off the chains” to reopen the city’s playgrounds, three members of an informal #RESIST group did just that.

Miscellaneous | Diaspora

Orthodox Jews sue de Blasio, Cuomo for discrimination over lockdown rules

The plaintiffs, along with two Catholic priests, accused the officials of "blatant double standards" in their enforcement of social distancing orders.

Politics | Media Watch

Airhead Fox reporter, anchor don't realize the man interviewed threatened to burn down the Diamond District

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

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Molotov cocktail-tossing lawyers tried to pass out firebombs to protesters

The two attorneys busted for throwing a Molotov cocktail through a police car window during protests in Brooklyn early Saturday were trying to pass out the incendiary devices to demonstrators in th…

Music | Music

Jazz Musician Reggie Workman, 82, Played With John Coltrane, Can’t Wait to Play Again, And Is Tired Of Zoom

Jazz musician Reggie Workman played with John Coltrane, won a Guggenheim at 82, and can’t wait to get back to rehearsal after the coronavirus pandemic.

News | The News

PHOTOS: Mayor de Blasio promises crackdown after the Upper East side turned into Bourbon Street

Tell us more about Florida...

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Here's How Much New York City Is Skewing America's Coronavirus Numbers

Not only does New York skew the country's numbers - it's the source of the majority of the whole country's coronavirus caseload.

Politics | POLITICS

Mayor Bill de Blasio's Roots in Anti-Semitic Left Come Home to Roost

Bill de Blasio began his career in New York City politics with David Dinkins whose administration’s policies were responsible for the city’s first pogrom against the Jewish community of Crown Heights.

Politics | Politics

New York Antibody Test Results Suggest COVID Death Rate Could Be Significantly Lower Than Reported

According to early antibody test results out of New York City, it is estimated that one in five New Yorkers have had the China-originated novel coronavirus, thus significantly dropping the reported fatality rate of the virus. “More than 21% of the N

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

With Cheers, New York Nurses Greet Reinforcements From Across the U.S.

US News is a recognized leader in college, grad school, hospital, mutual fund, and car rankings. Track elected officials, research health conditions, and find news you can use in politics, business, health, and education.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Cops arrest Bronx mother and son for operating underground speakeasy during coronavirus lockdown

A mother and son duo were busted in the basement of a Bronx restaurant Friday night when cops found about two-dozen people partying in an underground bottle club, police and a restaurant employee said.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Major crimes up 12 percent in NYC despite COVID-19 outbreak

Five of the seven major index crimes — robbery, felony assault, burglary, grand larceny and car theft —  showed a marked increase this year compared to last year.

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

Here's what a 90-day 'stay home' order means for New Yorkers

Governor Andrew Cuomo has ordered all non-essential businesses to shut down and for people to remain indoors

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Cuomo Says Trump Is Sending Navy ‘Hospital Ship’ to Aid N.Y. Coronavirus Effort

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the U.S. Navy would be sending its 1,000-bed USNS Comfort floating hospital ship to New York

News | JEWISH COMMUNITY

Antisemite Who Assaulted Jewish Student on NY Subway Will Be Tried for Hate Crime

Lihi Aharon was left with a facial scar after she successfully fought off an antisemitic assailant on the New York …

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Return of squeegee men a sign of the decline of de Blasio's New York

What goes around, comes around — including that venerable symbol of pre-Giuliani municipal disorder, the squeegee man.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Jewish Harvard Club member assaulted during pro-Palestine lecture, lawsuit says

A Jewish member of the Harvard Club claims she was assaulted by a professor during a pro-Palestinian lecture at the swanky venue -- and then was booted by the Ivy League institution.

Politics | The "Squad"

Ocasio-Cortez Seems To Suggest McConnell Responsible For Attempted Assassinations In NYC

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) suggested on Sunday that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the National Rifle Association (NRA) were responsible for attempted assassinations on two police officers in New York City over the weekend.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

As threats grow, NYC launches $100 million Israeli-run cybersecurity hub | The Times of Israel

City picks Jerusalem Venture Partners to manage new tech hub in downtown Manhattan, with hopes to create thousands of jobs to boost online security for companies and individuals

Politics | Politics

New York Woman Who Was Freed on Bail After Attacking Three Jewish Women Rearrested a Day Later for Another Assault

Police in New York City have been dealing with rash of hate crimes targeting Jews during the 2019 holiday season. …

News | Israel/Jewish Community

BREAKING: NYC Woman Accused Of Anti-Semitic Attack Let Loose AGAIN After Second Arrest | The Daily Wire

Democrat-controlled New York City allowed 30-year-old Tiffany Harris to walk free on Monday after being arrested two times since Friday for allegedly committing two attacks, one of which was an alleged anti-Semitic attack. “At her second arraign

News | JEWISH COMMUNITY

‘Don’t Be Afraid to Fight Back’: Israeli Student Lihi Aharon Stands Up to Antisemitic Assailant on New York Subway

Lihi Aharon was left with a facial scar after she successfully fought off an antisemitic assailant on the New York …

Politics | The "Squad"

‘Congrats on playing yourself’: AOC’s attempt to ‘clear up GOP disinfo’ about Amazon coming to NY hits some snags

"A complete lack of economic, governmental, and mathematical understanding on this issue."

Entertainment | Entertainment

Netflix Saves NYC’s Last Single-Screen Movie Theater - COOL HUNTING

Shuttered earlier this year, NYC's iconic Paris Theater recently reopened for a limited run of filmmaker Noah Baumbach's latest feature, Marriage Story. The last single-screen movie theater in the city, the Paris originally opened in 1948 (after a ribbon-

News | Antisemitism Watch

New Assault on Orthodox Jew in Brooklyn Reported

A street view of Borough Park in Brooklyn (illustrative). Photo: Nati Shohat / Flash 90. Yet another Orthodox Jew was …

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Latest Antisemitic Attacks in Borough Park Underline Grim Challenges Facing Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn

Security footage showing a group of men emerging from a car and chasing an Orthodox Jew in Brooklyn’s Borough Park …

Sports | SPORTS

4 bold predictions for Yankees offseason, including who might be the team's newest ace | SNY

The Yankees may have won 103 games and made it to the ALCS, but the ultimate goal wasn't achieved in reaching the World Series. So what offseason moves will they make to improve their chances next season?

Politics | The "Squad"

Ocasio-Cortez Endorses Criminal Activity In NYC While Making False Claim

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) backed criminal activity in New York City on Saturday as she supported those who stormed a subway station and refused to pay the required fare to use the service. “Close to a thousand anti-police protes

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

New York City Council votes to close notorious Rikers Island jail

The New York City Council voted overwhelmingly to close Rikers Island jail Thursday and open four new borough-based facilities instead.

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

$15 minimum wage hike is hitting, hurting NYC restaurants

Big Apple restaurants are feeling the heat from minimum-wage hikes, cutting staff hours and even closing kitchens as they struggle to shoulder the extra payroll costs.

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.

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.

Politics | The "Squad"

Democrat Aide Shreds Ocasio-Cortez: ‘No Plans To Serve The People’

A Democrat congressional aide slammed socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) in an interview this week, saying that the 29-year-old former bartender has no plans to serve the American people.

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.

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…

Politics | POLITICS

Holocaust survivor: AOC 'should be removed from Congress'

93-year-old Holocaust survivor Ed Mosberg has no time for Rep. ­Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s statements last week, when she called the southern border’s migrant detention centers “concentration camps.”

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

Politics | POLITICS

Ocasio-Cortez Refuses Invite To Visit Concentration Camps With Holocaust Survivor

On Sunday, Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) declined an invitation from a Holocaust remembrance group to visit Nazi concentration camps with a Holocaust survivor, suggesting that it was part of a "far-right" scheme designed for "political ga

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.

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.

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.

Politics | Antisemitism

Horrific antisemitic act in Brooklyn caught on camera

It is enough already! We must stop these hate crimes!

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 | The "Squad"

Ocasio-Cortez Doubles Down On Sabotaging Amazon, Complains 'Where Does That 25,000 Number Come From?' | Daily Wir

Speaking on Sunday in an interview with Yahoo News’ “Skullduggery,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) made it clear she has no regrets about scuttling the Amazon deal that would have brought a reported 25,000 jobs to New York City, and questioned where

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 | 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.

News | The News

Where in the world does Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez live?

It is unclear whether the 29-year-old lawmaker, who represents the Bronx and Queens, actually still lives in the Parkchester neighborhood that has been so closely tied to her rise.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Warhol's Factory Is a What Now? A Walking Guide to Downtown New York's Most Famous Former Artist Studios

Transport yourself to the former haunts of legends like Warhol, Basquiat, Hesse, Haring, Mapplethorpe—using our guide to the art historic downtown of NYC.

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.

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

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). 

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

NYC has hundreds of anti-Jewish hate crimes - and NOT ONE person caught was far right ~ Elder Of Ziyon - Israel News

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

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.

Architecture & Interior Design | Decorating & Interior Design

Small Kitchen Survival Secrets from Tiny NYC Homes

New York is one of the capitals of living well in small homes, so it's no surprise you can get lots of kitchen storage ideas from the tiny apartments of stylish New Yorkers.