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www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Wealthy Donors Pull Back From New York City's Escalating Problems

Wealthy philanthropists in New York City are hesitant to give to causes aimed at addressing the city's biggest problems.
Donors are choosing to spend their money on uncontroversial local causes or on issues outside the city, fearing the complexity and limits of philanthropy in solving New York's crises. [ more ]
KALTBLUT Magazine
6 months ago
Design

Calvin Klein Unveils Jeremy Allen White in Spring 2024 Campaign - KALTBLUT Magazine

Calvin Klein's Spring 2024 campaign features actor Jeremy Allen White in his debut for the brand.
The campaign showcases White in Calvin Klein's iconic underwear and captures his empowered energy in stills and videos. [ more ]
#mayor-eric-adam
US News & World Report
6 months ago
NYC politics

Stabbing Leaves 1 Dead at New York City Migrant Shelter; 2nd Resident Charged With Murder

A resident of a New York City migrant shelter has been charged with murder in the fatal stabbing of another resident.
The stabbing occurred at the Randall's Island shelter, which is part of Mayor Eric Adams' plan to house migrants on the island. [ more ]
nj
6 months ago
NYC politics

The migrants are here legally. Show them some decency | Editorial

New York City is facing a $12 billion cost over the next three years to care for migrants.
Mayor Eric Adams has issued an executive order to bring order to the arrival of buses carrying migrants. [ more ]
US News & World Report
6 months ago
NYC politics

Stabbing Leaves 1 Dead at New York City Migrant Shelter; 2nd Resident Charged With Murder

A resident of a New York City migrant shelter has been charged with murder in the fatal stabbing of another resident.
The stabbing occurred at the Randall's Island shelter, which is part of Mayor Eric Adams' plan to house migrants on the island. [ more ]
nj
6 months ago
NYC politics

The migrants are here legally. Show them some decency | Editorial

New York City is facing a $12 billion cost over the next three years to care for migrants.
Mayor Eric Adams has issued an executive order to bring order to the arrival of buses carrying migrants. [ more ]
moremayor-eric-adam
Hyperallergic
6 months ago
Design

10 Art Shows to See in New York This January

January can be a gloomy month, but it's a good time to catch up on art exhibitions that opened in the fall.
New York City is hosting a solo exhibition by artist Kelly Sinnaph Mary, whose visually dense artworks explore textiles, the Caribbean, and the representation of women and nature. [ more ]
#new-jersei
American Military News
6 months ago
NYC politics

Migrant-filled buses from Texas arrive in NJ, skirting NYC's new rules

Migrant-filled charter buses from Southern states are now arriving in New Jersey after New York City implemented restrictions on their entry.
The arrival of these buses in New Jersey is seen as a response to New York City's executive order. [ more ]
HuffPost
6 months ago
NYC politics

Buses Dropping Migrants Off In New Jersey, Using Loophole Around New York Rules

Migrants are being sent to New Jersey in an attempt to bypass New York City Mayor Eric Adams' order to limit arrivals.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is continuing to send migrants to Democrat-led cities as a protest against President Biden's immigration policies. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

To Avoid New York Rules, Hundreds of Migrants Dropped Off in New Jersey

Migrants bound for New York City took a detour in New Jersey to avoid a city order limiting their arrival.
Around 450 migrants arrived in New Jersey on 13 buses from Texas and Louisiana, and then transferred to trains and buses heading into New York City. [ more ]
American Military News
6 months ago
NYC politics

Migrant-filled buses from Texas arrive in NJ, skirting NYC's new rules

Migrant-filled charter buses from Southern states are now arriving in New Jersey after New York City implemented restrictions on their entry.
The arrival of these buses in New Jersey is seen as a response to New York City's executive order. [ more ]
HuffPost
6 months ago
NYC politics

Buses Dropping Migrants Off In New Jersey, Using Loophole Around New York Rules

Migrants are being sent to New Jersey in an attempt to bypass New York City Mayor Eric Adams' order to limit arrivals.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is continuing to send migrants to Democrat-led cities as a protest against President Biden's immigration policies. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

To Avoid New York Rules, Hundreds of Migrants Dropped Off in New Jersey

Migrants bound for New York City took a detour in New Jersey to avoid a city order limiting their arrival.
Around 450 migrants arrived in New Jersey on 13 buses from Texas and Louisiana, and then transferred to trains and buses heading into New York City. [ more ]
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#eric-adam
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
NYC politics

Opinion | New York's Leadership Is Faltering at a Key Moment

Mayor Eric Adams is considering removing reporters from the municipal press room and press offices in One Police Plaza.
Adams has been embattled by investigations, budget cuts, and accusations of mismanaging the migrant crisis. [ more ]
New York City, NY Patch
6 months ago
NYC politics

Battle Of The Forts: Mayor, Pub Advocate Spat Over Police Hits Home

Feud between NYC Mayor Eric Adams and Public Advocate Jumaane Williams over public safety and personal attacks on where they live.
Williams accused Adams of living in Fort Lee, New Jersey while Adams denied it and staged a home tour.
The exchange on Twitter prompted Williams to shift the conversation towards substantive issues. [ more ]
Just The News
6 months ago
NYC politics

Abbott hits back at NYC mayor over 'baseless' suit against charter bus companies

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott criticizes NYC Mayor Eric Adams for suing bus companies that transported illegal aliens to the city.
Abbott asserts that the migrants were authorized by the Biden Administration and have the constitutional right to travel across the country. [ more ]
Fox News
6 months ago
NYC politics

NYC Mayor Adams sues Texas bus companies for transporting migrants to sanctuary city, seeks $700 million

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is suing charter bus and transportation companies involved in busing migrants to New York City for hundreds of millions of dollars.
The lawsuit argues that the companies violated New York state law by not paying for the cost of caring for migrants and seeks $708 million in damages. [ more ]
Fox News
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York Mayor Eric Adams acknowledges some migrants committing crimes: 'There was a robbery pattern'

NYC Mayor Eric Adams acknowledged that there are migrants committing crimes in the city, but emphasized that it's not only migrants.
Adams highlighted the need to address the environment that could lead to migrants committing crimes. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

Mayor Eric Adams wants to expand migrant bus crackdown to planes, trains

Mayor Eric Adams wants to add trains and planes to his executive order limiting migrant buses arriving in New York City.
Adams is trying to prevent busloads of migrants from thwarting the crackdown by heading to New Jersey and then taking trains into Manhattan. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
NYC politics

Opinion | New York's Leadership Is Faltering at a Key Moment

Mayor Eric Adams is considering removing reporters from the municipal press room and press offices in One Police Plaza.
Adams has been embattled by investigations, budget cuts, and accusations of mismanaging the migrant crisis. [ more ]
New York City, NY Patch
6 months ago
NYC politics

Battle Of The Forts: Mayor, Pub Advocate Spat Over Police Hits Home

Feud between NYC Mayor Eric Adams and Public Advocate Jumaane Williams over public safety and personal attacks on where they live.
Williams accused Adams of living in Fort Lee, New Jersey while Adams denied it and staged a home tour.
The exchange on Twitter prompted Williams to shift the conversation towards substantive issues. [ more ]
Just The News
6 months ago
NYC politics

Abbott hits back at NYC mayor over 'baseless' suit against charter bus companies

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott criticizes NYC Mayor Eric Adams for suing bus companies that transported illegal aliens to the city.
Abbott asserts that the migrants were authorized by the Biden Administration and have the constitutional right to travel across the country. [ more ]
Fox News
6 months ago
NYC politics

NYC Mayor Adams sues Texas bus companies for transporting migrants to sanctuary city, seeks $700 million

New York City Mayor Eric Adams is suing charter bus and transportation companies involved in busing migrants to New York City for hundreds of millions of dollars.
The lawsuit argues that the companies violated New York state law by not paying for the cost of caring for migrants and seeks $708 million in damages. [ more ]
Fox News
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York Mayor Eric Adams acknowledges some migrants committing crimes: 'There was a robbery pattern'

NYC Mayor Eric Adams acknowledged that there are migrants committing crimes in the city, but emphasized that it's not only migrants.
Adams highlighted the need to address the environment that could lead to migrants committing crimes. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

Mayor Eric Adams wants to expand migrant bus crackdown to planes, trains

Mayor Eric Adams wants to add trains and planes to his executive order limiting migrant buses arriving in New York City.
Adams is trying to prevent busloads of migrants from thwarting the crackdown by heading to New Jersey and then taking trains into Manhattan. [ more ]
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www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

We Joked That Maybe We Could See Each Other Out Our Windows'

Unexpected encounters can happen even in a big city like New York
Acts of kindness can make a big difference in someone's day [ more ]
#crime
The US Sun
6 months ago
NYC politics

First migrant-related murder in NYC after victim, 24, stabbed in chest

An immigrant was stabbed to death outside of a migrant center in New York City.
The suspect has been arrested but their identity has not been released. [ more ]
Midtown-Hell's Kitchen, NY Patch
6 months ago
Brooklyn

Moped Crooks Rob 4 People In Midtown, Upper East Side: Police

A pair of moped-riding crooks are responsible for at least five muggings in different neighborhoods in New York City.
Most of the muggings occurred within a three-hour window on December 18th, with the last victim suffering minor injuries. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
Black Lives Matter

Man stabbed in NYC subway had just wished his attackers happy New Year: cops

A man was brutally stabbed and beaten on a Bronx subway platform after wishing his attackers a happy New Year.
The victim was attacked by four strangers who started arguing with him before pummeling him and stabbing him multiple times. [ more ]
The US Sun
6 months ago
NYC politics

First migrant-related murder in NYC after victim, 24, stabbed in chest

An immigrant was stabbed to death outside of a migrant center in New York City.
The suspect has been arrested but their identity has not been released. [ more ]
Midtown-Hell's Kitchen, NY Patch
6 months ago
Brooklyn

Moped Crooks Rob 4 People In Midtown, Upper East Side: Police

A pair of moped-riding crooks are responsible for at least five muggings in different neighborhoods in New York City.
Most of the muggings occurred within a three-hour window on December 18th, with the last victim suffering minor injuries. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
Black Lives Matter

Man stabbed in NYC subway had just wished his attackers happy New Year: cops

A man was brutally stabbed and beaten on a Bronx subway platform after wishing his attackers a happy New Year.
The victim was attacked by four strangers who started arguing with him before pummeling him and stabbing him multiple times. [ more ]
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#migrant-crisi
Fox News
6 months ago
New York City

Man, 24-years-old, stabbed to death at New York City migrant processing center at Randall's Island: police

A man was stabbed to death at a migrant processing center on Randall's Island in New York City.
The processing center was established as a tax-payer funded tent city for illegal migrants. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

Scores of migrants trying to get back into NYC shelters return to East Village

Hundreds of migrants are flooding the East Village in New York City in search of shelter as the city struggles to find housing.
Nearly 70,000 people seeking asylum are currently in the city's care, with thousands arriving each week. [ more ]
Axios
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City Mayor Eric Adams sues Texas charter bus companies for over $700 million

New York City has filed a lawsuit against charter bus companies used by the state of Texas to transport migrants to the city.
The lawsuit accuses the bus companies of violating New York state law by not paying for the continued care of the migrants. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

New Jersey deploys cops to send dumped migrants to NYC in desperate move: 'F-k this'

New Jersey officials are taking measures to prevent asylum seekers from being dumped in their state by New York City.
New Jersey Transit cops are serving as guides for asylum seekers, helping them board trains to Manhattan as soon as they arrive in New Jersey. [ more ]
American Military News
6 months ago
NYC politics

Illegal immigrants enter NYC by train after mayor blocks buses: Report

Illegal immigrants are entering New York City by train after a new executive order placed restrictions on bus companies.
Over 130,000 illegal immigrants have arrived in New York City since 2022. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

Mayor Adams renews call to amend outdated 'right to shelter' rules as migrant crisis rages

Mayor Adams is calling for an exemption from the right to shelter in response to the influx of migrants entering New York City.
The Adams administration has taken their argument to court to challenge the legal requirement of providing housing to anyone who requests it. [ more ]
Fox News
6 months ago
New York City

Man, 24-years-old, stabbed to death at New York City migrant processing center at Randall's Island: police

A man was stabbed to death at a migrant processing center on Randall's Island in New York City.
The processing center was established as a tax-payer funded tent city for illegal migrants. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

Scores of migrants trying to get back into NYC shelters return to East Village

Hundreds of migrants are flooding the East Village in New York City in search of shelter as the city struggles to find housing.
Nearly 70,000 people seeking asylum are currently in the city's care, with thousands arriving each week. [ more ]
Axios
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City Mayor Eric Adams sues Texas charter bus companies for over $700 million

New York City has filed a lawsuit against charter bus companies used by the state of Texas to transport migrants to the city.
The lawsuit accuses the bus companies of violating New York state law by not paying for the continued care of the migrants. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

New Jersey deploys cops to send dumped migrants to NYC in desperate move: 'F-k this'

New Jersey officials are taking measures to prevent asylum seekers from being dumped in their state by New York City.
New Jersey Transit cops are serving as guides for asylum seekers, helping them board trains to Manhattan as soon as they arrive in New Jersey. [ more ]
American Military News
6 months ago
NYC politics

Illegal immigrants enter NYC by train after mayor blocks buses: Report

Illegal immigrants are entering New York City by train after a new executive order placed restrictions on bus companies.
Over 130,000 illegal immigrants have arrived in New York City since 2022. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

Mayor Adams renews call to amend outdated 'right to shelter' rules as migrant crisis rages

Mayor Adams is calling for an exemption from the right to shelter in response to the influx of migrants entering New York City.
The Adams administration has taken their argument to court to challenge the legal requirement of providing housing to anyone who requests it. [ more ]
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#lawsuit
Cbsnews
6 months ago
NYC politics

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez discusses New York City's asylum seeker crisis on "The Point with Marcia Kramer"

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calls for transparency in New York City's spending on caring for asylum seekers
Gov. Kathy Hochul supports Mayor Eric Adams' lawsuit against bus companies used by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to transport asylum seekers [ more ]
NewsNation
6 months ago
NYC politics

NYC suing charter bus companies over migrant transports

NYC mayor files a $708 million lawsuit against charter bus companies for transporting migrants from Texas to the city.
The city wants the companies to reimburse it for the costs incurred for providing shelter and services to the migrants. [ more ]
iHeart
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City Sues Bus Companies Transporting Migrants For $700 Million | iHeart

New York City is suing 17 bus companies for transporting migrants and causing a crisis in the city.
The lawsuit is seeking $708 million in damages to pay for the continued care of the migrants. [ more ]
Above the Law
6 months ago
Law

Jonathan Turley Bumbles Into Arguing Sex Trafficking Laws Are Unconstitutional... To Own The Libs

New York City has filed a $708 million lawsuit against bus companies used by Texas to transport undocumented migrants.
The lawsuit is based on a New York law that imposes financial liability on any actor who knowingly brings a person into the state for the purpose of making them a public charge. [ more ]
Brooklyn Eagle
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City is suing charter bus companies for transporting migrants from Texas

New York City is suing charter bus companies for $700 million for allegedly illegally transporting migrants
The lawsuit accuses the bus companies of violating state restrictions on abandoning 'needy persons' [ more ]
Source New Mexico
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City sues bus companies that Texas hired to transport migrants - Source New Mexico

The city of New York is seeking $708 million in damages from companies involved in transporting migrants to the city.
The lawsuit argues that the companies are violating state law and shifting the costs of caring for migrants to New York. [ more ]
Cbsnews
6 months ago
NYC politics

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez discusses New York City's asylum seeker crisis on "The Point with Marcia Kramer"

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calls for transparency in New York City's spending on caring for asylum seekers
Gov. Kathy Hochul supports Mayor Eric Adams' lawsuit against bus companies used by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to transport asylum seekers [ more ]
NewsNation
6 months ago
NYC politics

NYC suing charter bus companies over migrant transports

NYC mayor files a $708 million lawsuit against charter bus companies for transporting migrants from Texas to the city.
The city wants the companies to reimburse it for the costs incurred for providing shelter and services to the migrants. [ more ]
iHeart
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City Sues Bus Companies Transporting Migrants For $700 Million | iHeart

New York City is suing 17 bus companies for transporting migrants and causing a crisis in the city.
The lawsuit is seeking $708 million in damages to pay for the continued care of the migrants. [ more ]
Above the Law
6 months ago
Law

Jonathan Turley Bumbles Into Arguing Sex Trafficking Laws Are Unconstitutional... To Own The Libs

New York City has filed a $708 million lawsuit against bus companies used by Texas to transport undocumented migrants.
The lawsuit is based on a New York law that imposes financial liability on any actor who knowingly brings a person into the state for the purpose of making them a public charge. [ more ]
Brooklyn Eagle
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City is suing charter bus companies for transporting migrants from Texas

New York City is suing charter bus companies for $700 million for allegedly illegally transporting migrants
The lawsuit accuses the bus companies of violating state restrictions on abandoning 'needy persons' [ more ]
Source New Mexico
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City sues bus companies that Texas hired to transport migrants - Source New Mexico

The city of New York is seeking $708 million in damages from companies involved in transporting migrants to the city.
The lawsuit argues that the companies are violating state law and shifting the costs of caring for migrants to New York. [ more ]
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New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

9,000-square-foot floating pool coming to East River in 2025

New York City will be getting a 9,000-square-foot floating swimming pool in the East River.
The pool, called +Pool, is part of a larger project to expand swimming access across the state. [ more ]
#staten-island
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

E.T. at the Empire State Building: UFO sightings in NYC took off in 2023

UFO sightings in New York City increased in 2022 compared to previous years.
Brooklyn had the highest number of reported UFO sightings, including a pill-shaped and egg-shaped object. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

6-Year-Old Dies in Staten Island House Fire

A 6-year-old girl died in a house fire in Staten Island.
The cause of the fire and whether anyone else was inside is still unknown. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

E.T. at the Empire State Building: UFO sightings in NYC took off in 2023

UFO sightings in New York City increased in 2022 compared to previous years.
Brooklyn had the highest number of reported UFO sightings, including a pill-shaped and egg-shaped object. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

6-Year-Old Dies in Staten Island House Fire

A 6-year-old girl died in a house fire in Staten Island.
The cause of the fire and whether anyone else was inside is still unknown. [ more ]
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Secret NYC
6 months ago
Film

14 NYC-Based Films Celebrating Anniversaries This Year

New York City and Los Angeles are the most popular cities for filming
Classic movies set in NYC are having anniversaries in 2024 [ more ]
US News & World Report
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York Governor Promises a Floating Pool in City Waterways, Reviving a Long-Stalled Urban Venture

Gov. Kathy Hochul announced $12 million in public funding for a plan to build a floating swimming pool in New York City's waterways.
The project, known as +Pool, has been in progress for over a decade and has faced regulatory barriers. [ more ]
New York City, NY Patch
6 months ago
Public health

NYC Restaurants Ordered Closed Dec. 29 - Jan. 5

Health Department inspects over 25,000 restaurants annually in NYC
No restaurants ordered to close due to health violations since Dec. 29 [ more ]
Brooklyn Paper
6 months ago
Brooklyn

Order on Court Street as MTA completes subway station renovation * Brooklyn Paper

The Court Street R station in New York City has undergone renovations as part of the MTA's Re-NEW-vation Program.
The renovations included cleaning, repairing, and repainting the station, replacing light fixtures with LED lights, and improving signage. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Fashion & style

Winter Clothes, Hold the Snow

Bold and unique fashion choices were seen on the streets of New York City last month.
The most memorable styles were characterized by attention to detail and a certain presence. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

Photos show NJ cops putting migrants to NYC-bound trains as beef between the states heats up

New Jersey is systematically shepherding asylum-seekers onto trains bound for New York City in the middle of the night.
Queens Borough President is calling on New Jersey to do more to address the migrant crisis. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Dining

New Year, Very Old Restaurants

January is a good month for holing up in old, historic restaurants in New York City.
McSorley's and Keens are notable establishments that have been around for over a century. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Martha Diamond, Painter Who Captured New York Vistas, Dies at 79

Martha Diamond, a painter known for capturing the changing face of New York City, has passed away at the age of 79.
Her work combined elements of Abstract Expressionism and minimalist depictions of the city's buildings.
She had a deep commitment to her own environment and maintained friendships with poets, gallerists, and painters. [ more ]
Eater NY
6 months ago
NYC food

Air's Champagne Parlor Closes, Will Flip Into New Bar This Month

Tokyo Record Bar in New York City is expanding with the opening of the Tokyo Listening Room above the original location. The new space will have a distinct atmosphere and menu, with 30 seats and a focus on wine and cocktails.
Scarr's Pizza, which temporarily closed due to a building fire in November, has reopened for regular operations. The popular slice shop is located on Orchard Street in New York City. [ more ]
#real-est
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
NYC real estate

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx

Apartment features and amenities can greatly impact the appeal and value of a property.
Common charges and maintenance fees vary between apartments and can impact affordability. [ more ]
SFGATE
6 months ago
SF real estate

Famous New York City Brownstone Featured in 'Home Alone 2' Is Listed for $6.7M

The New York townhome from 'Home Alone 2' is on sale for $6.7 million.
The interior of the home was not used in the movie, only the exterior. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
NYC real estate

Homes for Sale in Manhattan and the Bronx

Apartment features and amenities can greatly impact the appeal and value of a property.
Common charges and maintenance fees vary between apartments and can impact affordability. [ more ]
SFGATE
6 months ago
SF real estate

Famous New York City Brownstone Featured in 'Home Alone 2' Is Listed for $6.7M

The New York townhome from 'Home Alone 2' is on sale for $6.7 million.
The interior of the home was not used in the movie, only the exterior. [ more ]
morereal-est
#earthquak
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Call That an Earthquake? By L.A. Standards, It Was a Nothing.

NYC experienced a 1.7 magnitude earthquake before dawn on Tuesday, which is considered background noise in comparison to earthquakes in California.
New York experiences numerous tiny earthquakes every year, most of which go unnoticed because they originate underground. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Call That an Earthquake? By L.A. Standards, It Was a Nothing.

New York experienced a 1.7 magnitude earthquake before dawn on Tuesday, which is considered minor and not noticeable in places like Los Angeles.
New York experiences numerous tiny earthquakes every year, but most go unnoticed because they originate underground. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

A Minor Earthquake Hit New York City. How Often Does That Happen?

A 1.7 magnitude earthquake was recorded in Astoria, Queens, causing buildings to shake and windows to rattle in Roosevelt Island.
No injuries or damages were reported and the earthquake was relatively close to the earth's surface. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Call That an Earthquake? By L.A. Standards, It Was a Nothing.

NYC experienced a 1.7 magnitude earthquake before dawn on Tuesday, which is considered background noise in comparison to earthquakes in California.
New York experiences numerous tiny earthquakes every year, most of which go unnoticed because they originate underground. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Call That an Earthquake? By L.A. Standards, It Was a Nothing.

New York experienced a 1.7 magnitude earthquake before dawn on Tuesday, which is considered minor and not noticeable in places like Los Angeles.
New York experiences numerous tiny earthquakes every year, but most go unnoticed because they originate underground. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

A Minor Earthquake Hit New York City. How Often Does That Happen?

A 1.7 magnitude earthquake was recorded in Astoria, Queens, causing buildings to shake and windows to rattle in Roosevelt Island.
No injuries or damages were reported and the earthquake was relatively close to the earth's surface. [ more ]
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#hospit
silive
6 months ago
Coronavirus

Mask mandate reinstated in NYC public hospitals; 3 S.I. zip codes have most COVID hospitalizations, deaths

The New York City public hospital system is reinstating mask requirements in response to a rise in COVID and other respiratory illnesses.
The mask requirement applies to anyone entering New York H+H hospitals, community health centers, and nursing homes. [ more ]
BKReader
6 months ago
Brooklyn

First Baby of 2024 Was Born at South Brooklyn Health

The first baby of 2024 was born at NYC Health + Hospitals/South Brooklyn Health.
The baby boy is the fifth first baby of the New Year for the hospital in a row. [ more ]
silive
6 months ago
Coronavirus

Mask mandate reinstated in NYC public hospitals; 3 S.I. zip codes have most COVID hospitalizations, deaths

The New York City public hospital system is reinstating mask requirements in response to a rise in COVID and other respiratory illnesses.
The mask requirement applies to anyone entering New York H+H hospitals, community health centers, and nursing homes. [ more ]
BKReader
6 months ago
Brooklyn

First Baby of 2024 Was Born at South Brooklyn Health

The first baby of 2024 was born at NYC Health + Hospitals/South Brooklyn Health.
The baby boy is the fifth first baby of the New Year for the hospital in a row. [ more ]
morehospit
New York Post
6 months ago
Coronavirus

Mask mandates back at NYC-run hospitals as COVID and flu cases rise

Mask mandates are back in New York City hospitals and health facilities due to increased COVID and flu cases.
The requirement applies to all 11 hospitals under NYC Health and Hospitals and went into effect just after Christmas. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Homicides and Shootings Fell in New York City as Felony Assaults Rose

Overall crime in New York City fell slightly in 2023 compared to 2022, with significant drops in shootings and murders.
Mayor Eric Adams praised the Police Department and highlighted the decrease in crime as a sign of progress in improving public safety. [ more ]
#housing-crisi
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

Key lawmaker 'not worried' about market rate housing as Gov is set to make push

A key state lawmaker downplayed the importance of non-affordable housing in New York City's housing crisis.
The lawmaker's remarks highlight the difficulty Governor Kathy Hochul will face in implementing housing reforms. [ more ]
silive
6 months ago
East Bay real estate

NYC launches new initiative to bring low-cost housing to wealthier areas

New York City's housing crisis is being addressed through the Mixed Income Market Initiative, which will provide city subsidies to development projects that include homes for a wide range of household incomes.
Projects selected for the initiative must be 70% affordable and 30% market rate, and include a mix of housing options such as homeless-set aside units and supportive housing units. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

Key lawmaker 'not worried' about market rate housing as Gov is set to make push

A key state lawmaker downplayed the importance of non-affordable housing in New York City's housing crisis.
The lawmaker's remarks highlight the difficulty Governor Kathy Hochul will face in implementing housing reforms. [ more ]
silive
6 months ago
East Bay real estate

NYC launches new initiative to bring low-cost housing to wealthier areas

New York City's housing crisis is being addressed through the Mixed Income Market Initiative, which will provide city subsidies to development projects that include homes for a wide range of household incomes.
Projects selected for the initiative must be 70% affordable and 30% market rate, and include a mix of housing options such as homeless-set aside units and supportive housing units. [ more ]
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BKReader
6 months ago
Brooklyn

Street Vending Ban On Brooklyn Bridge Begins Today

Vendors banned from selling on the Brooklyn Bridge
New rule aims to make the bridge safer for pedestrians [ more ]
www.amny.com
6 months ago
Public health

Mask mandate back at NYC hospitals amid winter COVID surge | amNewYork

New York City's public hospitals have reinstated a mask mandate as COVID-19 cases rise.
The mask mandate applies to all clinical facilities including 11 public hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes. [ more ]
Secret NYC
1 year ago
NYC drinking

17 Best Mocktails In NYC To Try Out This Dry January

There's tons of New Year's resolutions floating around for New Yorkers this year, and many are partaking in the famous "Dry January."
Worth
6 months ago
Wine

Ella Funt's Journey From Disco to Natural Wine Bar | Worth

The East Village in New York City has a rich cultural history, with notable figures from various industries residing there.
The East Village has experienced a revitalization, with indie restaurants, galleries, and fashion stores adding vibrancy to the area. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

NYC would be able to shutter illegal smoke shops under new proposed law

A new law would finally allow New York City to shut down the ubiquitous illegal pot shops sprouting like weeds across the five boroughs - a law enforcement operation currently left to the state.
NewsNation
6 months ago
NYC politics

Hundreds of migrants fill buses in neighboring New Jersey cities in attempt to get to NYC

NEW JERSEY (PIX11) - It's a new year and a new chapter in a year's old saga involving the migrant crisis in New York City.
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

Bill de Blasio looking 'lonely, cold and homeless' at NYC coffee shop

Bill de Blasio looked like a forlorn, aging city hipster as he spent the morning after New Year's all alone, dressed in sweats and a wool cap, gazing wistfully out the window of a NoHo coffee shop.
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
Dining

Restaurant Review: Last Night a D.J. Saved My Dinner

Port Sa'id has opened a restaurant in New York City that understands the importance of music as part of the dining experience.
The restaurant is a collaboration between Israeli chef Eyal Shani and Teder.FM, an online radio station, and draws inspiration from Japanese listening bars. [ more ]
Chicago Tribune
6 months ago
NYC politics

To avoid New York rules, hundreds of migrants dropped off in New Jersey

Hundreds of migrants bound for New York City were taken to New Jersey over the holiday weekend, in an apparent attempt to bypass a city order that seeks to limit the chaotic flow of arrivals.
USA TODAY
6 months ago
NYC politics

Migrants dropped at New Jersey train stations to avoid New York bus restrictions, NJ officials say

New Jersey train stations are being used as a way to bypass new charter busing restrictions on dropping off migrants in New York City.
New York City has seen a significant surge in migrant arrivals, overwhelming city services and emergency shelters. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
New York City

Queens bar brawl stabbing leaves man dead, another clinging to life in NYC's first murder of 2024

The first murder of 2024 occurred in Queens when a man was killed during a knife fight outside a bar.
Tsering Wangdu, 29, died after being stabbed in the thigh while his friend was slashed in the chest and face. [ more ]
BKReader
6 months ago
NYC politics

Mayor Adams Issues Executive Order For Buses Transporting Migrants to NYC

New York City Mayor Eric Adams issued an executive order requiring charter buses transporting migrants to the city to issue officials with a 32-hour notice and to use designated drop-off zones in Manhattan.
silive
6 months ago
NYC politics

5 New York laws set to take effect in 2024

Congestion pricing will be implemented in lower Manhattan starting May 2022, with the possibility of higher tolls on Gridlock Alert Days.
New York employers will no longer have access to employees' private social media accounts starting March 2024. [ more ]
www.mediaite.com
6 months ago
NYC politics

WATCH LIVE: New Years Eve Ball Drop for 2024 in New York City

New York City will hold the Times Square ball drop to ring in the new year.
The event will mark the city's entrance into 2024. [ more ]
nj
6 months ago
NYC politics

Busses of migrants being dropped at N.J. train stations to sidestep NYC order

Busloads of migrants headed for New York City are stopping at New Jersey train stations to sidestep an executive order from the New York City mayor that attempts to control their arrivals, according to the mayor of Secaucus.
silive
6 months ago
Coronavirus

NYPD cop terminated after lying about positive COVID test to stay on vacation: Report

A NYC police officer used someone else's fake positive COVID-19 test to extend his family vacation in the Dominican Republic.
The officer confessed that he never actually took a COVID-19 test. [ more ]
The New York Sun
6 months ago
New York City

New York City Commuters Brace for Congestion Pricing as New Year Looms

The effort by New York to milk drivers for even more money - still in the planning stages - has been hit with dozens of lawsuits.
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

An Overdose Antidote Becomes a Tricky Issue at Some Nightclubs

Partygoers carrying Narcan, a drug that can reverse opioid overdoses, have reported incidents of having it confiscated by security guards at music venues in New York City.
The incidents highlight the challenges the city faces in addressing the opioid epidemic, with one New Yorker dying of a drug overdose every three hours. [ more ]
Fox News
6 months ago
NYC politics

Eric Adams says NYC is at 'breaking point' as he warns of another surge of migrants from Texas

New York City Mayor Eric Adams warned residents to expect another surge in migrants from Texas in the coming months even as he said the city is reaching its "breaking point."
BKReader
6 months ago
NYC politics

NYC Mayor Eric Adams Op-Ed: A Year of Getting Stuff Done for working-class New Yorkers

When we came into office in January 2022, New York City was on the brink.The pandemic was still raging.Our economy was in bad shape.Crime was on the rise.
Wealth of Geeks
6 months ago
Coffee

15 Must-Visit Coffee Shops in New York City | Wealth of Geeks

Ground Central is a popular coffee shop with multiple locations in NYC, known for its cozy atmosphere and delicious oat milk chai latte.
Poetica Coffee is a beautifully decorated coffee shop with outdoor spaces and lattes that are described as 'poetry in a cup'. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
US politics

Bankrupt ex-Mayor Rudy Giuliani regrets not having a NYC pension

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani regrets not applying for a government pension after leaving office.
Giuliani could have been eligible for $26,000 in annual pension payments after turning 62. [ more ]
Los Angeles Times
6 months ago
Los Angeles

L.A. could easily top New York's silly New Year's Eve ball drop. So why don't we?

New York City's New Year's Eve ball drop has become a worldwide phenomenon
Los Angeles should capitalize on its iconic Hollywood sign for a unique New Year's Eve celebration [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Opinion | I Want a City, Not a Museum

New York City's physical landscape hasn't changed much over the years, with more than half of the city's housing being in buildings constructed before 1947.
Layers of laws protecting existing buildings in New York City have led to a shortage of housing and high rent prices. [ more ]
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www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Adams's Effort to Control Migrant Buses Faces Instant Obstacles

New York City is facing a surge of migrants sent from Texas, overwhelming the city's homeless shelter system.
Mayor Eric Adams signed an executive order to limit the arrival of buses transporting migrants to specific hours in the morning. [ more ]
Cbsnews
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City Mayor Eric Adams issues new requirements for charter buses carrying asylum seekers from Texas

Mayor Eric Adams issues executive order for private buses carrying asylum seekers into NYC from Texas
Order requires buses to provide information and give notice before arriving, and restricts drop-offs to specific hours and locations [ more ]
Scripps News
6 months ago
NYC politics

NYC mayor issues executive order to manage city's migrant bus crisis

New York City mayor issues executive order requiring notice and information before arrival of migrants
Migrant buses limited to one loading zone and specific hours, violations may result in jail time and fines [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

Adams's Effort to Control Migrant Buses Faces Instant Obstacles

New York City is facing a surge of migrants sent from Texas, overwhelming the city's homeless shelter system.
Mayor Eric Adams signed an executive order to limit the arrival of buses transporting migrants to specific hours in the morning. [ more ]
Cbsnews
6 months ago
NYC politics

New York City Mayor Eric Adams issues new requirements for charter buses carrying asylum seekers from Texas

Mayor Eric Adams issues executive order for private buses carrying asylum seekers into NYC from Texas
Order requires buses to provide information and give notice before arriving, and restricts drop-offs to specific hours and locations [ more ]
Scripps News
6 months ago
NYC politics

NYC mayor issues executive order to manage city's migrant bus crisis

New York City mayor issues executive order requiring notice and information before arrival of migrants
Migrant buses limited to one loading zone and specific hours, violations may result in jail time and fines [ more ]
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NewsNation
6 months ago
Chicago

Chicago, Denver, NYC unite to limit migrant bus influx from border

Mayors of NYC, Chicago, and Denver are implementing restrictions on buses transporting migrants to their cities.
These cities have received a high number of migrants, with NYC receiving over 160K, Chicago over 26K, and Denver over 35K. [ more ]
www.nytimes.com
6 months ago
New York City

How's Mayor Adams Doing? Don't Ask, Many New Yorkers Say.

Four days before Christmas, Mayor Eric Adams of New York gathered his top aides on the stairs of City Hall's rotunda for an end-of-year message.
Newsmax
6 months ago
NYC politics

Rep. D'Esposito to Newsmax: Migrant Costs Threaten Democrat-Led Cities

The surge in illegal immigration is placing a financial burden on Democrat-controlled cities.
Republican Congressman Anthony D'Esposito and New York City Mayor Eric Adams, a Democrat, both acknowledge the severity of the issue. [ more ]
New York Post
6 months ago
NYC politics

NYC Mayor Eric Adams tells City Council he won't implement costly housing voucher plan - and they can take him to court

Hizzoner isn't backing down.
POLITICO
6 months ago
NYC politics

Mayor Adams announces executive order aimed at restricting Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's migrant busing

Adams administration officials said Tuesday that the city is receiving nearly 4,000 migrants each week.
www.elledecor.com
6 months ago
Design

This Incredible NYC Apartment Holds a Secret Urban Terrarium at Its Core

Young Projects' principal Bryan Young is revisiting and overhauling a three-level TriBeCa residence six years after completing it.
The family of four wanted a space that reflected their evolving personal style and could serve as a backdrop for their philanthropic events.
The apartment offers sweeping views of Manhattan and features a dramatic interior garden courtyard clad in colorful lava stone and glass Sciara tile from Paola Lenti. [ more ]
Planetizen
6 months ago
East Bay real estate

New York Launches New Housing Financing Initiative

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) has launched a new financing program called the Mixed-Income Market Initiative.
The program targets mostly-affordable projects and offers developers a tax abatement and city subsidy. [ more ]
Time Out New York
6 months ago
East Bay real estate

NYC plans to build new affordable housing in wealthy neighborhoods

New York City's wealthier neighborhoods may see an influx of more affordable housing due to a new plan that rewards developers with a tax break for building mixed-income rental projects.
The plan, called the Mixed Income Market Initiative (MIMI), incentivizes projects that include affordable and market-rate units, with a preference for those that have the most affordability and efficiently use city funding.
The initiative is part of Mayor Eric Adams' effort to add 500,000 more homes to NYC in the next 10 years. [ more ]
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