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  • East Harlem | Manhattan Neighborhood

    nyc BLOG estate | Manhattan Real Estate
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    Metro North Railroad Station at 125th Street & Park Avenue  'There is a rose in Spanish HarlemA red rose up in Spanish HarlemIt is a special one, it's never seen the sunIt only comes out when the moon is on the runAnd all the stars are gleamingIt's growing in the street right up through the concreteBut soft and sweet and dreamin'Ben E King  "Spanish Harlem" Manhattan Neighborhood | East HarlemEl Barrio (Spanish Harlem) SpaHa (East/Spanish Harlem) community stretches from First Avenue to Fifth Avenue and from East 96th Street to East 125th Street.Rich in history and…
  • Roast Lamb’s Head, Anyone?

    nymag.com: Restaurant Review
    13 Apr 2014 | 11:42 am
    That’s just one of the nose-to-tail specialties at Gabriel Stulman’s rustic Italian joint.
  • Events on Long Island for April 20-26, 2014

    NYT > New York
    19 Apr 2014 | 10:00 pm
    A guide to cultural and recreational events on Long Island.
  • City Room: New York Today: Surviving Spring Break

    NYT > N.Y. / Region
    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:26 am
    What you need to know for Friday and Easter weekend: a guide for children, sunny skies, and a deal with transit workers.
  • US to give cash from sale of Iran-linked skyscraper to terror victims’ families

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    18 Apr 2014 | 4:36 am
    The U.S. government has agreed to distribute proceeds from the sale of a Manhattan skyscraper linked to Iran to families who were affected by attacks aided by the Islamic republic,...
 
 
 
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  • WATCH: Pro Golfer Jumps In Lake To Escape Attacking Hornets, Birdies Hole

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    18 Apr 2014 | 4:51 am
    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (CBSNewYork/AP) — Spain’s Pablo Larrazabal has been forced to dive into a water hazard to avoid attacking hornets during his second round in the Malaysian Open on Friday. Larrazabal jumped fully clothed into the water adjacent to the 14th green but not before suffering a number of hornet stings which required treatment. “They were three times the size of bees,” said Larrazabal, who estimated he was under attack by 30 to 40 hornets. However he then resumed playing and was able to birdie the hole on his way to a round of 2-under 70 at Kuala Lumpur Country…
  • Christians To Mark Good Friday With ‘Way Of The Cross’ Procession

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    18 Apr 2014 | 4:38 am
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Christians around the world and across the Tri-State area are marking Good Friday by commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. In New York City, Cardinal Timothy Dolan will take part in the 19th annual “Way of the Cross Procession” that will travel across Brooklyn Bridge Friday morning. According to the Gospels, Jesus ate his last supper hours before he was betrayed. Christians believe Jesus was crucified on Good Friday and resurrected on Easter Sunday. Dolan also took part in the Holy Week ritual of washing the feet of 12 young adults during…
  • Richards Shines In Game 1 As Rangers Maintain Home Mojo Over Flyers

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    18 Apr 2014 | 4:33 am
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — One down, three to go. Brad Richards and Derek Stepan scored 47 seconds apart, and the New York Rangers beat the Flyers 4-1 in their playoff opener Thursday night to stretch their home-winning streak over rival Philadelphia to nine games. After the game there was no shortage of praise for Richards, who could be sent packing this offseason. “He’s so smart mentally, real wise in his experience, and he just steps up in big moments,” Ryan McDonagh said, according to the New York Daily News. Richards, who finished with three points, gave the Rangers their…
  • Lichtenstein’s Playoff Preview: Nets Will Get Past Raptors, But It Won’t Be Easy

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    18 Apr 2014 | 4:06 am
    By Steve Lichtenstein » More Columns Contrary to many popular opinions, the Nets did not tank the final week of the regular season to avoid a particular opponent in the playoffs. No, there were too many variables outside of the Nets’ control that affected the top eight slots in the Eastern Conference for Brooklyn to have any such master plan. I guess that’s what you get when you lose four of your last five games—all to teams with sub-.500 records — like the Nets just did. Nets coach Jason Kidd treated those games like exhibitions, limiting the minutes of his regulars — if he…
  • Palladino: Jets Fans Have Reason To Be Pumped About Chris Johnson

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    18 Apr 2014 | 3:46 am
    By Ernie Palladino » More Ernie Palladino Columns They still need a wide receiver, and heaven know how the quarterback situation between Geno Smith and Michael Vick will turn out. But the Jets did land themselves someone who can help the ground game in Chris Johnson. In the blink of an eye and a few strokes of a pen on a contract Wednesday, the Jets found themselves a backfield. It could be an exciting one, too, as the former Titans Pro Bowler will team up with Chris Ivory to form what Rex Ryan hopes is a dynamic 1-2 punch. Ivory provides the brawn with his pounding, physical style, while…
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  • Kittens Survive Accidental Mailing

    CHRISTINA LONDON
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:32 am
    These two kittens are just a few weeks old, but they’ve already taken the trip of a lifetime. A worker at Cox Communications in San Diego County discovered the kittens inside a box of equipment. They had been accidentally packed up and shipped from Cox Communications in Hollywood. Somehow, they survived the journey to San Diego. The kittens, named Mouse and WiFi, are now being cared for at the San Diego Humane Society’s 24-Hour Kitten Nursery. Humane Society workers believe the mother cat was looking for a safe, warm place for her babies and put them in the box. San Diego Humane…
  • Secret Service Threatened to Shoot Mr. Met: Book

    18 Apr 2014 | 3:58 am
    A secret service agent once threatened to shoot Mr. Met if he approached the president during a baseball game at Shea Stadium, according to the man who once portrayed the baseball-headed mascot. AJ Mass, who was the Mets’ mascot from 1994 to 1997, said a member of former President Bill Clinton’s security detail told him they’d “go for the kill shot” if he tried to pal around with the then-commander-in-chief at a Mets-Dodgers game on April 15, 1997. The account comes from an excerpt of Mass’ new book, “Yes, It’s Hot in Here: Adventures in the…
  • Mumps Outbreak at NJ Fraternity House

    BRYNN GINGRAS
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:57 am
    A college campus in northern New Jersey is on alert after eight fraternity brothers were diagnosed with the highly contagious mumps disease. The students at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken were 18 to 21 years old and fully vaccinated against mumps, according to the school. They lived in the same fraternity house, and some were members of the lacrosse team, according to other students on campus.  They were sent home to be isolated from other students during the infectious phase of the illness. James Shannon, a junior who said he was an acquaintance of the sick students,…
  • 911 Calls Reveal Chilling Moments After Calif. Bus Crash

    ANDREW LOPEZ and CHRISTINA COCCA
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:57 am
    The 911 calls released Thursday reveal audible cries of fear in the moments after the fiery Northern California bus crash that claimed 10 lives while en route to Humboldt State University last Thursday. Listen to the 911 Calls Here The distressed caller tried to explain what happened over screams in the background. "We crashed into a bus...a truck. I don't know where we are," the caller said. "We were coming from LA and we're going all the way to Humboldt State University." Ths bus erupted into flames when a FedEx big rig crossed a 60-foot median and…
  • Woman Tried to Snatch Baby in Stroller on NYC Street: Police

    18 Apr 2014 | 3:57 am
    Police are looking for a woman who allegedly tried to abduct a baby in a stroller as the child's nanny was pushing it down a Chelsea street Thursday afternoon.  Police say the nanny was pushing the 8-month-old in a stroller near 17th Street and Eighth Avenue when a woman in her 50s approached the nanny and began talking to her.  The woman, who may be homeless, then began pushing the carriage away, police said. Bystanders jumped in and stopped the woman before she left the area, and the woman ran away. Police were canvassing the area and checking nearby stores for surveillance video.
 
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  • Manhattan Market Monthly Report | March 2014

    16 Apr 2014 | 3:09 am
    Manhattan Market Monthly Report | March 2014  Market Wide SummaryLow inventory continues to drive strong competition for available units across the market, with year-over-year declines in listed units in both the co-op and condominium markets.Also occurring in both markets and likely affected by inventory, days on market is down year-over-year and buyer negotiability has dropped. This month 31% of sales were above their asking price and just 49% were below their asking price. Contracts signed decreased year-over-year but relative to last month the number of contracts signed…
  • New Developments | Upper West Side Conversions

    15 Apr 2014 | 4:50 am
    340 West 72nd Street - The ChatsworthUpper West Side Rental Conversions Opening in 2014  340 West 72nd Street The Chatsworth 81 units Rental conversion + new construction - Beaux-Arts landmark plus addition.175 West 95th Street80 units Rental conversion  - 18 story rental conversion360 Central Park West360 Central Park West 50 units Rental conversion - Luxury pre-war rental conversion498 West End Avenue498 West End Avenue 45 units Rental conversion - Century old pre-war conversion 100 W 80th St. -The Orleans100 West 80th Street - The Orleans26 units Rental…
  • East Harlem | Manhattan Neighborhood

    14 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    Metro North Railroad Station at 125th Street & Park Avenue  'There is a rose in Spanish HarlemA red rose up in Spanish HarlemIt is a special one, it's never seen the sunIt only comes out when the moon is on the runAnd all the stars are gleamingIt's growing in the street right up through the concreteBut soft and sweet and dreamin'Ben E King  "Spanish Harlem" Manhattan Neighborhood | East HarlemEl Barrio (Spanish Harlem) SpaHa (East/Spanish Harlem) community stretches from First Avenue to Fifth Avenue and from East 96th Street to East 125th Street.Rich in history and…
  • HDFC Coops | Facts vs Myths

    11 Apr 2014 | 5:37 am
    45 Central Park NorthThere are about 1500 HDFC coops in NYC about half are in Manhattan. Most have come through various programs run by HPD (Housing Preservation Department) in order to privatize the City's in REM (foreclosed) stock.Buildings in the Tenants Interim Lease Program  are gut rehabilitated by HPD then they will be converted to HDFC Cooperatives and sold to the tenants for $250 per apartment. HDFCs can obtain full or partial exemption from real estate taxes for up to 40 years. HDFC cooperatives originating from HPD Division of Alternative Management Programs (DAMP) have…
  • Determining Price Differentials for Floors & Views

    7 Apr 2014 | 5:41 am
    A seller recently asked what is the price differential for each floor in a Manhattan apartment building? In Manhattan there are many variables in determining the price differential for each floor. A beautifully renovated apartment on a lower floor can sell for a higher price than an "original condition" apartment on a high floor. The parlor floor in a townhouse may be worth more than the 4th floor if it's a walk-up. A 10th floor apartment facing the back will sell for less than the same apartment on the 5th floor directly facing Central Park. Unless the building owns the air rights over…
 
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  • Is This Normal?

    13 Apr 2014 | 2:34 am
    The uncertainty of our economic uncertainty.
  • The Answer Men

    13 Apr 2014 | 12:36 am
    McKinsey & Co. are supposed to know it all.
  • The Nap Revolutionary

    12 Apr 2014 | 3:30 pm
    Sleep deprivation made Nick Ronco crazy. So crazy that he opened a space-age sanctuary for power napping on West 57th Street—the first, he hopes, of many.
  • The Supermarket of Struggling Artists

    12 Apr 2014 | 1:11 pm
    Trader Joe’s figured out something that most city retailers have long taken for granted: A good way to keep the customers coming back is to hire a staff as alluring as the products on the shelves.
  • 44 No More: Lure Guy Lands It

    12 Apr 2014 | 8:06 am
    Nineties time capsule gutted.
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    The Caucus

  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, April 13

    By ELENA SCHNEIDER
    12 Apr 2014 | 11:42 am
    Kathleen Sebelius, the health and human services secretary, resigned this week, just weeks after the Obama administration announced seven million had enrolled in the health care exchanges.
  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, April 6

    By ELENA SCHNEIDER
    5 Apr 2014 | 11:29 am
    The tragic shootings at Fort Hood will dominate the conversation on the Sunday shows — particularly the treatment of mental health problems in the military.
  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, March 30

    By ELENA SCHNEIDER
    29 Mar 2014 | 12:23 pm
    The Obama administration unveiled a legislative proposal to put an end to a controversial bulk phone records program this week, a topic that will dominate many conversations on the Sunday shows.
  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, March 23

    By ELENA SCHNEIDER
    22 Mar 2014 | 11:46 am
    Russia's decision to annex Crimea and the still missing Malaysian Airlines flight will dominate the conversation on the Sunday talk shows.
  • Pro-Clinton Group Plans Event Focused on Gay and Lesbian Donors

    By AMY CHOZICK
    20 Mar 2014 | 2:36 pm
    A "super PAC" supporting Hillary Rodham Clinton's possible presidential campaign is reaching out to some of New York’s most powerful and wealthy gay and lesbian donors.
 
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    nymag.com: Politics

  • Iowa Is Us

    13 Apr 2014 | 10:29 am
    Deflating a campaign myth.
  • Most Eligible Governor

    13 Apr 2014 | 8:32 am
    His father couldn’t decide whether he wanted to be president. One imagines that’s not a problem for the left’s new hero.
  • The Limits of Cyber-Revolutions

    13 Apr 2014 | 7:11 am
    Public spaces, not virtual town squares, are still the places where uprisings are decided.
  • Primary Priorities

    13 Apr 2014 | 7:10 am
    Finally, slowly, the Republican presidential field is taking shape as aspirants begin courting early caucus and primary voters.
  • Jihad Wannabes

    13 Apr 2014 | 4:31 am
    The rise of the Walter Mitty radical.
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    City Room

  • New York Today: Surviving Spring Break

    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:46 am
    What you need to know for Friday and Easter weekend: a guide for children, sunny skies, and a deal with transit workers.
  • Meat Market Has Its Loyalists, Even if They Shop Only Once a Year

    By MEGHAN GOURLEY
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:05 pm
    East Village Meat Market, opened by Julian Baczynsky in 1970 and a vestige of the old Eastern European community, is contending with scores of customers at its busiest time of year, the weeks just before Easter.
  • One Couple, Alone, Together

    By FRANCESCA GIACCO
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Metropolitan Diary: In a quiet moment on the subway, he was reading sheet music, and she was concentrating on a book about a murder spree.
  • New York Today: Chilly Critters

    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:51 am
    What you need to know for Thursday: animals sleep through the cold, mostly sunny skies, and the Port Authority’s whimsical side.
  • Rating Men in New York

    By DEBORAH R. SPENCER
    16 Apr 2014 | 2:28 pm
    Metropolitan Diary: A man was overheard talking about another in terms of ones and zeros, but he was not discussing binary code.
 
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  • Easy as 1-2-3: CC, offense and triple play help Yanks beat Rays

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:01 pm
    Trying to choose the strangest thing about Thursday night's Yankees-Rays game was a more difficult task than one might think. Was it the triple play started by a 27-year-old rookie and completed by a guy playing his first-ever game at first base?
  • Return has Met feeling Young again

    17 Apr 2014 | 9:20 pm
    Desperate times call for desperate measures. On the disabled list for his first two official weeks as a Met, Chris Young was frustrated because he couldn’t find a broadcast of the team’s games when he was in Port St. Lucie for extended spring training and when he joined the Triple-A club.
  • Yankees, Mets take in Hanrahan's throwing session

    17 Apr 2014 | 6:14 pm
    The Mets and Yankees were among 20 teams that watched veteran closer Joel Hanrahan throw at the University of Tampa on Thursday. The 32-year old’s fastball topped at 93-miles per hour and “looked great” according to an industry source in attendance.
  • Yankees turn triple play against Rays

    17 Apr 2014 | 5:13 pm
    Welcome to first base, Scott Sizemore. In the newest Yankees' first-ever appearance at first base, Sizemore scooped a throw from second baseman Brian Roberts on Thursday to complete a 5-4-3 triple play in the second inning, with the Yanks leading Tampa Bay 4-0.
  • Mets' Young spends off day with kids in hospital

    17 Apr 2014 | 3:21 pm
    There’s just no slowing down Eric Young Jr. these days. The Mets outfielder spent his off day Thursday visiting sick children at the Stony Brook Hospital.
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  • Easy as 1-2-3: CC, offense and triple play help Yanks beat Rays

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:01 pm
    Trying to choose the strangest thing about Thursday night's Yankees-Rays game was a more difficult task than one might think. Was it the triple play started by a 27-year-old rookie and completed by a guy playing his first-ever game at first base?
  • Yankees, Mets take in Hanrahan's throwing session

    17 Apr 2014 | 6:14 pm
    The Mets and Yankees were among 20 teams that watched veteran closer Joel Hanrahan throw at the University of Tampa on Thursday. The 32-year old’s fastball topped at 93-miles per hour and “looked great” according to an industry source in attendance.
  • Yankees turn triple play against Rays

    17 Apr 2014 | 5:13 pm
    Welcome to first base, Scott Sizemore. In the newest Yankees' first-ever appearance at first base, Sizemore scooped a throw from second baseman Brian Roberts on Thursday to complete a 5-4-3 triple play in the second inning, with the Yanks leading Tampa Bay 4-0.
  • Yankees honor Nelson Mandela's 1990 visit

    17 Apr 2014 | 1:09 am
    The Bronx Bombers presented a plaque Wednesday to his grandson, Zondwa, commemorating the 1990 visit to Yankee Stadium by Mandela, who died Dec. 5 at 95.
  • Mr. Clean: Pineda has fine start minus pine tar as Yanks complete DH sweep

    16 Apr 2014 | 11:08 pm
    Any hullaballoo over whatever that brownish goop was on Michael Pineda’s right palm in his last start didn’t stop Pineda from dominating the Cubs Wednesday night as he capped a marvelous day of Yankee pitching.
 
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  • Return has Met feeling Young again

    17 Apr 2014 | 9:20 pm
    Desperate times call for desperate measures. On the disabled list for his first two official weeks as a Met, Chris Young was frustrated because he couldn’t find a broadcast of the team’s games when he was in Port St. Lucie for extended spring training and when he joined the Triple-A club.
  • Yankees, Mets take in Hanrahan's throwing session

    17 Apr 2014 | 6:14 pm
    The Mets and Yankees were among 20 teams that watched veteran closer Joel Hanrahan throw at the University of Tampa on Thursday. The 32-year old’s fastball topped at 93-miles per hour and “looked great” according to an industry source in attendance.
  • Mets' Young spends off day with kids in hospital

    17 Apr 2014 | 3:21 pm
    There’s just no slowing down Eric Young Jr. these days. The Mets outfielder spent his off day Thursday visiting sick children at the Stony Brook Hospital.
  • Book says Secret Service threatened to shoot Mr. Met

    17 Apr 2014 | 8:06 am
    Two things about Mr. Met’s enormous head: While too big to fit through a metal detector, it’s perfectly-sized for Secret Service snipers.
  • Gee pitches Mets to sweep of Diamondbacks

    17 Apr 2014 | 5:48 am
    All it took was seven scoreless innings for Dillon Gee to get his first win of 2014. The Mets’ Opening Day starter had been bitten by the bullpen in his first start and he felt like the team’s confidence in him was starting to dip after three straight no-decisions.
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  • Streaking Yankees send Kuroda to face Rays

    Bryan Hoch
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:38 pm
    With his pitching staff clicking and the Rays' offense sputtering, Yankees manager Joe Girardi hopes that this may be a good time to reverse some of the team's fortunes at the Trop as Hiroki Kuroda takes on Erik Bedard on Friday night.
  • Offense, defense, pitching a winning blend for Yanks

    Bryan Hoch
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:30 pm
    The Yankees turned yet another triple play behind CC Sabathia, their third since 2010, Alfonso Soriano and Brian McCann went back to back, and Yangervis Solarte hit his first Major League homer in a 10-2 victory over the Rays on Thursday.
  • Yanks go around the horn for triple play

    Bryan Hoch
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:15 pm
    The Yankees completed a triple play, their second in the past two seasons, in the second inning of Thursday's game against the Rays at Tropicana Field.
  • Sizemore's first time at first base an eventful one

    Bryan Hoch
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:57 am
    Scott Sizemore had been told to "be ready for anything," and so that was the mantra he followed while preparing to play his first career game at first base on Thursday. He certainly wasn't counting on completing a triple play in his second inning of action.
  • D-Rob on track for Tuesday return from DL

    Bryan Hoch
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:57 am
    David Robertson threw a bullpen session on Thursday at Tropicana Field and remains on track to be activated from the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday, the first day that he would be eligible.
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  • Young to return to lineup vs. Harang, Braves

    Joe Morgan
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:29 pm
    Chris Young is ready to get his season started, and he'll take his place in New York's lineup on Friday against the Braves, who start Aaron Harang to open the three-game set at Citi Field.
  • Through hitting system, Mets aim to build winner

    Anthony DiComo
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:30 am
    What began as gentle prodding from staff members in Mets general manager Sandy Alderson's regime -- swing at strikes, not at balls -- has evolved into a system in which hitters are graded, judged, evaluated, acquired, traded, released and paid based upon their adherence to the Bases Per Out system.
  • Mets complete sweep behind solid Gee

    Anthony DiComo
    16 Apr 2014 | 5:28 pm
    Dillon Gee's seven shutout innings Wednesday put a cherry on their winning road trip, leading to a 5-2 victory over the D-backs and a 6-3 romp through Atlanta, Anaheim and Phoenix. Leaving home a struggling club, the Mets will return to Citi Field this weekend sitting one game above .500.
  • Mets bring up Matsuzaka, outright lefty Lannan

    Anthony DiComo
    16 Apr 2014 | 1:31 pm
    The Mets selected right-hander Daisuke Matsuzaka's contract from Triple-A Las Vegas and outrighted left-hander John Lannan on Wednesday.
  • C. Young eager to get back with Mets

    Anthony DiComo
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:37 am
    Considering that Chris Young landed on the disabled list before his first plate appearance with the Mets, the outfielder considers his return Friday to be his real season debut.
 
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  • RB Johnson thinks Jets can take off again

    17 Apr 2014 | 9:45 pm
    Signing Chris Johnson was always going to be a move that carried some risk, but the 28-year-old running back insisted that a bad knee isn’t part of that equation.
  • Mo Money: Jets pick up option on Wilkerson, who will be in Green til '15

    17 Apr 2014 | 7:55 pm
    The Jets have exercised their fifth-year option for All-Pro defensive lineman Mo Wilkerson, an expected move that will ensure that the anchor of Rex Ryan’s defense will be under contract through 2015. The reality, of course, is that the Jets hope to lock up their young star for the foreseeable future.
  • Ex-Eagles QB McNabb serves day in jail for DUI

    17 Apr 2014 | 5:38 pm
    Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback spent a day in jail over a DUI arrest in Ariz., earlier this year, according to a TMZ report. A mug shot of McNabb was released by the Maricopa County sheriff's office on Thursday, months after his alleged arrest on Jan 6.
  • Ex-Giants offensive coordinator: Eli not in decline

    17 Apr 2014 | 5:34 pm
    Giants quarterback Eli Manning is 33 years old, he's coming off a season in which he threw a career-high (and NFL-worst) 27 interceptions, and he'll open the team's offseason program next week on crutches after left ankle surgery.
  • New arrest connected to Hernandez murder case

    17 Apr 2014 | 11:37 am
    An associate of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was arrested in a gun trafficking investigation related to the murder case against Hernandez.
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  • Knicks' Carmelo Anthony supports 'father figure' Mike Woodson

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:25 pm
    As the world waits to see what Phil Jackson is going to do with Mike Woodson, Carmelo Anthony gave his biggest endorsement yet of the beleaguered Knick coach, saying he would advise team brass to bring him back for a third full season if asked.
  • Melo open to staying in NY if Knicks build a winner

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:14 pm
    An emotional Carmelo Anthony used words such as “embarrassing” and “failure” while talking Thursday about missing the playoffs for the first time in his NBA career.
  • Lupica: Easy on the ax, Jax, Woodson deserves Knicks respect

    17 Apr 2014 | 9:02 pm
    Even with this rush in basketball New York to make Mike Woodson the fall guy for everything wrong at the Garden except ticket prices and get him out of here, maybe somebody at the Garden other than Carmelo Anthony could show some respect for the work Woodson has done here.
  • Raissman: Wiggie and MSG produce last laugh

    17 Apr 2014 | 8:53 pm
    For a guy presumably under so much pressure, Phil Jackson looked relaxed sitting in the Gulag watching the Knicks close out their failed season with a win over Toronto on “Fan Appreciation Night.” Each time MSG’s cameras focused on Jackson, there was a big smile on his face.
  • Woodson wants decision, not meeting with Knicks president Jackson

    17 Apr 2014 | 8:35 pm
    Phil Jackson didn’t have time for Mike Woodson during the season, and now it appears that the head coach doesn’t have time for the Knicks’ new president. The standoff between the coaching legend and the coach in limbo is apparently underway with Woodson, according to a Knicks source, informing the organization that if Jackson plans on firing him there is no reason to meet formally.
 
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  • Richards helps propel Rangers past Flyers, 4-1, in Game 1

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:36 pm
    Veteran center Brad Richards – the Rangers’ behind-the-scenes captain whose age and expensive contract could cause GM Glen Sather to cut ties this offseason – buried a power-play goal and assisted on another 47 seconds apart in Thursday’s third period to lift the Rangers to a 4-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series at the Garden.
  • Bondy: Hagelin's split lip gets Rangers off to bloody good start

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:19 pm
    They gave Star of the Game to Brad Richards on Thursday night, but really it was the right upper lip of Carl Hagelin that deserved a standing ovation from the Garden crowd after the 4-1 playoff victory.
  • Steen's goal lifts Blues over Blackhawks in triple OT

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:18 pm
    Alexander Steen scored at 26 seconds of the third overtime to give the St. Louis Blues a 4-3 victory over the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series on Thursday night.
  • SEE IT: Rangers fan gets Rick Nash carved into back of his head

    17 Apr 2014 | 12:40 pm
    Rick Nash is a heck of a hockey player, but a lousy haircut. Hours before the Blueshirts opened up the first round of the NHL playoffs against the hated Flyers at the Garden Thursday, the Blueshirts held a "What would you do for #NYRPlayoffs tickets?" event.
  • Stralman won't power Rangers' attack, but 'defense first' serves him well

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:18 am
    The Rangers’ top goal-scoring defenseman in their first-round 2011 series win over Ottawa wasn’t Ryan McDonagh, Dan Girardi, Marc Staal or even Michael Del Zotto (remember him?). It was Anton Stralman.
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  • Rangers Agree To Terms With Free Agent Defenseman Mat Bodie

    15 Apr 2014 | 11:26 am
    New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with free agent defenseman Mat Bodie. Bodie, 24, registered eight goals and 31 assists for 39 points in 40 games helpin...
  • Rangers Recall J.T. Miller from Hartford

    14 Apr 2014 | 1:31 pm
    New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has recalled forward J.T. Miller from the Hartford Wolf Pack of the American Hockey League (AHL). Miller, 21, registered four points (two goals, two assists)...
  • Pregame Notes: Rangers vs. Montreal

    11 Apr 2014 | 8:38 pm
    NEW YORK RANGERS at MONTREAL CANADIENS Saturday, Apr. 12, 7:00 p.m. ET Bell Centre – Montreal, QC Rangers: 45-31-5 (95 pts) Canadiens: 45-28-8 (98 pts) TOMORROW'S GAME The Rangers will face off against the Montreal Canadiens tomorrow...
  • Ryan McDonagh Named 2013-14 Team MVP & Winner Of Players' Player Award

    11 Apr 2014 | 7:37 am
    The New York Rangers announced today that Ryan McDonagh was named the Rangers’ MVP and received the Players’ Player Award for the 2013-14 season. The Rangers’ MVP award was voted on by the New York Rangers media. McDonagh is the first defensema...
  • Pregame Notes: Rangers vs. Buffalo

    10 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    NEW YORK RANGERS vs. BUFFALO SABRES Thursday, Apr. 10, 7:00 p.m. ET Madison Square Garden – New York, NY Rangers: 44-31-5 (93 pts) Sabres: 21-49-9 (51 pts) TONIGHT'S GAME The Rangers will face off against the Buffalo Sabres tonight, Apr. ...
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    College Rss Article only

  • Princess Lacey's life celebrated during memorial service at Michigan St.

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:07 pm
    Lacey Holsworth did not stop smiling until cancer took her life. At an emotional celebration of her legacy, about 2,500 people saw a great grin pushing up Lacey’s cute cheeks countless times during a moving 43-minute video that ended the memorial ceremony for her at Michigan State on Thursday night.
  • Clemson coach accused of violating separation of church and state

    17 Apr 2014 | 5:32 pm
    A group that has fought against nativity scenes at government buildings and the term “In God We Trust” on U.S. currency, has found a new target: the Clemson University football team.
  • Parker leaving Duke for NBA draft

    17 Apr 2014 | 10:14 am
    Duke freshman Jabari Parker is entering the NBA draft. Coach Mike Krzyzewski says in a statement Thursday it was “an honor for us to have him in our program.”
  • Minnesota State-Mankato players refuse to practice

    17 Apr 2014 | 6:38 am
    Football players at Minnesota State, Mankato, refused to practice for their former head coach on Wednesday, greeting his reinstatement by an arbitrator by demanding that the interim coach keep the top job.
  • NCAA says Shabazz Napier, other athletes can have unlimited meals

    16 Apr 2014 | 9:33 am
    The NCAA’s Legislative Council approved a proposal Tuesday to expand the meal allowance for all athletes. The move occurred eight days after Connecticut guard Shabazz Napier complained that he sometimes went to bed “starving” because he couldn’t afford food.
 
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  • Adonis ready to just do it

    17 Apr 2014 | 6:22 pm
    Adonis Delarosa has never played on an NBA court, and since he would like to do that on a regular basis in a few years he’s excited for the opportunity he will get on Friday night in Brooklyn. The 6-10 Christ the King star and future St. John’s center is one of several local basketball standouts playing in the Regional Game of the Jordan Brand Classic at Barclays Center on Friday.
  • Cardinal Hayes boys basketball duo flying high after college signings

    16 Apr 2014 | 2:22 pm
    College is in the Cards for both of these high school hoops stars. A pair of Cardinal Hayes basketball players signed their college commitment letters on Wednesday afternoon at the Bronx school, putting smiles on the faces of their coach, school administrators and family members.
  • Isaiah's hammy hurting so he'll miss Jordan game at Barclays Center

    15 Apr 2014 | 4:38 pm
    Isaiah Whitehead never got to play in the PSAL city basketball championship game at Barclays Center because his team was eliminated in the semifinals of the playoffs. But the Lincoln HS hoops star was set to be the city’s biggest name in the Jordan Brand Classic All-American Game when it comes to Barclays Center on Friday.
  • NO EXCUSES: Lack of home field hasn't hurt Norman Thomas baseball team

    12 Apr 2014 | 2:02 pm
    When Norman Thomas and Monroe arrived at Yankee Stadium for the PSAL baseball championship game in June 2009, officials told both teams’ coaches they couldn’t use the field to warm up. The news threw Monroe off, but Norman Thomas hardly blinked.
  • Table tennis, badminton are varsity sports in NYC

    10 Apr 2014 | 9:41 pm
    Table tennis and badminton are now among the varsity sports in the city’s Public School Athletic League, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced Thursday.
 
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  • Colombian Novelist Gabriel García Márquez Passes Away At 87

    Marc Yearsley
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:33 pm
    The Associated Press is reporting that the Nobel Prize winning Colombian novelist Gabriel García Márquez has passed away after stint in the hospital at the end of March. He was 87. [ more › ]
  • Transit Workers Get Wage Increase In MTA, Union Deal

    Rebecca Fishbein
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:16 pm
    As expected, the MTA reached a tentative deal with the Transport Workers' union, over two years after the TWU Local 100's last contract with the agency expired. It appears the MTA has agreed to raise wages—by 8 percent, stretched out over the five years—without forcing a fare increase. [ more › ]
  • Banks Back To Making Billions In Profits

    Marc Yearsley
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:15 pm
    Were you worried about the economy? Afraid that you aren't making enough money? Hate your job? Why would you ever feel that way? Anyway, it's time to relax. First-quarter earnings for 2014 are out, and banks are making money again, finally. [ more › ]
  • The Secret Service Apparently Threatened To Kill Mr. Met

    Ben Yakas
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:59 pm
    As everyone already knows, Mr. Met is the most beloved mascot in all of sports. It's a fact! Sometimes he's the only good thing about the Mets! So it boggles the mind to think that back in the late '90s, a Secret Service agent allegedly threatened to kill Mr. Met, bringer of joy to the entire world, if he came too close to President Bill Clinton. [ more › ]
  • Gramps Bubba, Gamma Hillary: Chelsea Clinton Is Pregnant

    Jen Chung
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:52 pm
    Former (and potentially future) First Daughter Chelsea Clinton has announced that she's pregnant. She said at an event with the Lower East Side Girls Club, "I just hope that I will be as good a mom to my child and hopefully children as my mom was to me." [ more › ]
 
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    nymag.com: Theater

  • The Season in Theater

    13 Apr 2014 | 2:09 am
    Carrie Fisher's one-woman show, the return of Ragtime, and more.
  • Waiting for Sienna

    13 Apr 2014 | 2:09 am
    Some movie stars hint at the potential for onstage greatness. Is Sienna Miller one of them?
  • The Mamet-O-Meter

    13 Apr 2014 | 2:09 am
    He’s an American master. But on big Broadway stages, David Mamet hasn’t always had an easy run.
  • Julie White Is Kafkaesque

    13 Apr 2014 | 2:09 am
    Two years ago, Julie White won a Tony for her mouthy, sparky role as an agent in The Little Dog Laughed.
  • Gina Gershon, Polymath

    13 Apr 2014 | 2:08 am
    She already rocks out and writes books. Why not do a Broadway musical?
 
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  • Pandemonium At San Diego Opera Board Meeting, Followed By New Chairman And Rescue Plan

    Matthew Westphal
    18 Apr 2014 | 1:12 am
    Karen Cohn, the board chairman who presided over the sudden plan to dissolve the company, stormed out of the meeting, as did several other members as well as general director Ian Campbell and his deputy and ex-wife, Ann. Carol Lazier, who gave $1 million toward saving the company, is now acting board chair, and she declined to say if Campbell is still affiliated with the Opera.
  • Oliver Stone Tells The Chinese – To Their Faces – To Make Critical Films About Mao

    Matthew Westphal
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:58 am
    At the Beijing International Film Festival: “It’s about time. You got to make a movie about Mao, about the Cultural Revolution. You do that, you open up, you stir the waters and you allow true creativity to emerge in this country. That would be the basis of real co-production.”
  • ‘Fecund Imagination And Exuberant Sleight-Of-Hand’: Michiko Kakutani On Gabriel García Márquez

    Matthew Westphal
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:58 am
    “[In his novels, he] mythologized the history of an entire continent, while at the same time creating a Rabelaisian portrait of the human condition as a febrile dream in which love and suffering and redemption endlessly cycle back on themselves on a Möbius strip in time.”
  • The Life Cycle Of A Pop Song

    Matthew Westphal
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:54 am
    The Awl charts the entire course, from the Conception Phase and Underground Phase, through the Indie and Hipster Phases, into and out of the Top 40, to the Shame Phase and beyond. (Not to forget the karaoke afterlife.)
  • French Court Swaps Bob Dylan Out Of Hate Speech Case

    Matthew Westphal
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:44 am
    The case stems from a 2012 Rolling Stone interview in which, to some eyes, Dylan appeared to equate Croatians with Nazis. The judge ruled that, since Dylan gave the interview in the U.S., he couldn’t be liable – but the publisher of the French edition of Rolling Stone could.
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    Eater NY

  • EaterWire: Anzac Day at The Musket Room; Stupak's Dessert Tasting

    Marguerite Preston
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    NOLITA — On April 25, The Musket Room will celebrate the New Zealand holiday Anzac Day with a special six-course tasting menu from chef Matt Lambert. Dishes include smoked eel with wild garlic, ramps and pickled berries, and red deer with apple and foraged greens. The meal is $75 per person, and reservation information is online. [EaterWire] FLATIRON — Jesse Schenker's new restaurant The Gander is serving an Easter brunch this Sunday. The a la carte menu includes dishes like roast suckling pig with artichokes and spring garlic, and shrimp and grits with smoked mushrooms and…
  • Flavortown, USA: Guy Fieri's Las Vegas restaurant opens...

    Marguerite Preston
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:35 pm
    Guy Fieri's Las Vegas restaurant opens today, and while discussing Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar, he firmly distances himself from his much-maligned New York restaurant. "I was doing the best I could do," he says, but "[I]t's a licensing deal...I make the idea and I give it to a group. Let's be realistic about what this was." [~EN~]
  • Crunch Time: The Last-Minute Thursday Night Reservation Guide

    Nick Solares
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:05 pm
    Eater scanned through all 1,433 NYC restaurants on OpenTable with reservations for two still available for tonight. Here's the best of the bunch. Get 'em while they're hot: · The Gander (8:15, 8:30) · Alder (10:00) · Bouley (9:45, 10:00) · Hearth (7:00, 8:30, 9:00) · Osteria Morini (6:00, 9:45, 10:00) · Red Cat (8:45, 9:00) · Le Philosophe (7:30, 8:00, 8:30) · Lincoln Ristorante (7:30, 8:00, 8:30) · Del Posto (9:45, 10:00) · Annisa (10:00) · American Cut] (6:15, 7:45, 9:00) · Aldea (7:15, 8:00, 8:30) · Peasant (6:00, 9:00, 9:30)…
  • Eater Inside: Baker & Co., the New Italian Spot from the Emporio Team

    Marguerite Preston
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:25 pm
    [All photos by Bess Adler] This week Elena Fabiani, the owner of Aurora and Emporio, opened Baker & Co. in the space that long housed Zito's Bakery, and more recently Pizza Roma. The seasonal Italian menu from chef Ricardo Buitoni includes dishes like pappardelle with veal cheek ragu, smoked eggplant ravioli, and rabbit meatballs, as well as a cheeseburger with fries. There's an enclosed garden in the back, and the restaurant has plans to add lunch and brunch service soon. Baker & Co. 259 Bleecker Street, Greenwich Village 212-255-1234 bakernco.com · All Coverage of Baker & Co. [~ENY~]
  • Week in Reviews: This week, Ligaya Mishan reviews Kung...

    Marguerite Preston
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:55 pm
    This week, Ligaya Mishan reviews Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen, which does not, in fact, serve Japanese ramen but instead Chinese hand-pulled noodles. Chef Peter Song got his start at the famed Lan Zhou Handmade Noodle, and now makes noodles that are "chewy, dense and so delicious that the soup they swim in seems almost superfluous." [NYT]
 
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    Racked NY

  • Listings: Celebrate Easter This Weekend With an Egg Hunt—or a Vibrator

    Laura Gurfein
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Image via Yelp PARK SLOPE—Brooklyn's Babeland is throwing an Easter Is For Lovers party tomorrow night starting at 7pm, featuring complimentary pastel manicures from the Polish Bar. One lucky guest will even win the famed Rabbit Habit Vibrator—that's a whole different kind of Easter bunny. FLATIRON—But if you're looking for family-friendly holiday fun, stop by Marimekko on Saturday to participate in the store's Easter egg hunt. The earlier you get there, the better—the brightly colored eggs will lead you to candy and a mystery offer.
  • Store Art: Rag & Bone's New Mural Is a Trompe L'oeil Masterpiece

    Tiffany Yannetta
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:14 pm
    Rag & Bone's new mural is up on the Houston Street store, and it might just be our favorite one yet. Artist Joe Hill specializes in portraits and 3D designs on pavement, and he's implemented his skills in the latter on the Elizabeth Street wall. We recommend walking by and checking it out in person. · All Rag & Bone Mural Walll Coverage [Racked NY]
  • Now Open: The New MM6 on Grand Street Looks 'Deliberately Unfinished'

    Laura Gurfein
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:00 pm
    It's been a little less than three months since we first spotted its signage on Grand Street, but MM6, the lesser-priced line from Maison Martin Margiela, has already opened its doors. At just 1,400 square feet, it's almost double the size of its Bleecker Street shop, and WWD reports that the new store has a "deliberately unfinished" look with gray walls covered in white metal grids and a mix of wooden and concrete flooring. You can expect more stores to join its ranks as well. "Opening other stores in Manhattan is not out of the question," the company said. · MM6 Opens Second New York…
  • Now Open: COS Is Back for Round Two at Opening Ceremony

    Claudia Saide
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:25 pm
    Image via Opening Ceremony H&M's sister label COS has popped for the second time at Opening Ceremony with a selection of spring clothing for women, men and kids. Yesterday's launch was fairly quiet, so a lot of the collection is still available at the store. However, there was only one shipment of merchandise and judging by today's growing crowd, the collection may not make it through the weekend. The clothing is set up on a light colored wooden rectangular display, with one side designated for women's and the other for men's. Standout pieces for women include the denim robe coat for $190,…
  • Beauty: Makeup bar Rouge has been doing...

    Laura Gurfein
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Makeup bar Rouge has been doing so well in Soho since its December opening that they're already considering a midtown location. Though the niche industry has already gained a rival in Pucker, co-owner Stephanie March (aka Alexandra Cabot on Law & Order: SVU) said "we are proud to be first in Manhattan." [Crain's]
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    The Cut

  • Sky Ferreira's Credit Card Got Rejected at Saint Laurent

    Véronique Hyland
    17 Apr 2014 | 3:48 pm
    Perhaps the biggest bombshell in Marisa Meltzer's bombshell-heavy Times profile of Sky Ferreira comes when the Saint Laurent face reveals that she only gets a 50 percent discount on Hedi Slimane's sweet, sweet grungy wares. “I have a 50 percent discount worldwide. It’s pretty expensive, though. I go there and ... More »
  • Hay Baths: A New Spa Treatment

    Kathleen Hou
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:32 pm
    Once upon a time, many years ago, some savvy person had the idea to wrap another person in wet, hot, dirt. This mud-wrapped person became the world's first spagoer, and an exchange of $160 later, the world's first mud bath was born. Now a resort hotel in Northern Italy is ... More »
  • Science Says Beards Are Now Over

    Allison P Davis
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Yesterday The Telegraph reported that researchers at the University of New South Wales have reached some disturbing conclusions: It seems the beard bubble may soon burst. “We may well be at peak beard,” announced professor Robert Brooks, the lead researcher on the study. Do you hear that, everyone? Peak Beard. ... More »
  • Chelsea Clinton Is Pregnant!

    Joe Coscarelli
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:34 pm
    America's version of a royal baby cometh. Former and potentially future first daughter Chelsea Clinton announced today that she is expecting with husband Marc Mezvinsky. "Marc and I are very excited that we have our first child arriving later this year and I certainly feel all the better, whether it's ... More »
  • Vanessa Traina’s the Line Is Now Selling Art

    Véronique Hyland
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:00 pm
    At the Apartment, the I-wish-I-lived-there store on Greene Street operated by Morgan and Kate Wendelborn and Vanessa Traina, everything from the toothpaste in the bathroom to the Pallas tuxedos in the closet is up for grabs — with one exception. The artwork hanging on the walls has been on temporary ... More »
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  • Grand Concourse Will Be the Next Arterial With 25 MPH Limit

    Stephen Miller
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:13 pm
    NYPD Chief of Transportation Thomas Chan, Council Member Vanessa Gibson, Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg and Assembly Member Mark Gjonaj unveil the city’s second “arterial slow zone” this morning. Photo: Stephen Miller Local elected officials and advocates joined NYC DOT and NYPD this morning to unveil the city’s second “arterial slow zone” on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, where speed limits will be dropped to 25 mph and traffic signals will be retimed to discourage speeding. The lower speed limit will apply to 5.2 miles of the Grand…
  • Suburbs Are Out, Cities Are In — Now What?

    Charles Komanoff
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:16 pm
    American public policy massively subsidizes a way of life that appeals to a shrinking number of Americans. Photo: @fineplanner/Twitter Today’s Times devotes two pieces to the “suburbs are out, cities are in” phenomenon that has taken root in much of the country over the past few decades — the great inversion, urbanologist Alan Ehrenhalt has dubbed this reversal of the suburbanization wave that swept through the U.S. in the last century. Though both pieces will pretty much be old hat to Streetsblog readers, they’re interesting nonetheless, both as signposts and for what they…
  • Talking Headways Podcast: Escobar’s Escalator

    Tanya Snyder
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:38 am
    Did you go to the World Urban Forum in Medellín, Colombia, last week? Neither did your hosts Jeff Wood and I, but we sure found a lot to say about it anyway on this week’s Talking Headways podcast. Medellín’s remarkable urban transformation — undertaken in the midst of war — has gotten a lot of well-deserved attention lately for making the city’s transportation infrastructure more equitable. But first, we talked to our very own Angie Schmitt about the Parking Madness tournament. Did she know Rochester was a winner from the moment she laid eyes on that stunning…
  • Mixed Signals From Bratton’s NYPD Jaywalking Directive

    Brad Aaron
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:48 am
    Police Commissioner Bill Bratton’s memo ordering precincts to focus on dangerous jaywalking offenses looks like a positive sign, but it still directs officers to write out citations in a way that ensures many won’t be heard in court. The Daily News reports that Bratton issued guidelines Tuesday that instruct beat cops to issue warnings to “elderly and handicapped” pedestrians “absent reckless disregard for safety.” Senior Kang Wong was left bloodied after a jaywalking stop on the Upper West Side earlier this year. Charges against him were dropped and he is…
  • More Walking and Biking, Better Health: New Evidence From American Cities

    Angie Schmitt
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:59 am
    States with higher rates of walking and biking to work tend to have lower rates of diabetes. Click to enlarge. All graphics: Alliance for Biking and Walking New data from the Alliance for Biking and Walking’s 2014 Benchmarking report bears out the notion that people tend to be healthier in cities where walking and biking are more prevalent. The Alliance compiled active commuting rates in the 50 largest American cities as measured by the U.S. Census. Then it compared that data with health information from the CDC. On health outcomes like diabetes, obesity, and high blood pressure, a…
 
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  • Video Break: Searching For The Best Egg Dishes in Midtown

    brianhoffman
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:30 am
    When I was little, all the other kids got to load up their Easter baskets with colorful treasures, while I was stuck saying prayers over the seder plate. So this year, I go on my very first East egg hunt. Clay captured the entire thing on video as I searched for as many eggs as [...]
  • Help Cinnamon Snail Get a New Truck on the Road

    brianhoffman
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Last week, our favorite vegan truck Cinnamon Snail was shut down by the Department of Health. Not because there were any sanitary or safety concerns, but because they had not renewed their vehicle registration. Now they’re stuck waiting a long time to receive another permit from the DOH. So, in the interim, they decided to [...]
  • Smashingly Good Burgers From a National Chain

    Chris H.
    16 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Of all of the various Midtownlunch contributors and personalities, I am probably the most vocal in my outward contempt towards the chainification of New York’s restaurant scene. Not because I’m some flag waiving hippy that’s rallying against ‘the man’, but because I work in financial services and firmly believe that chain restaurants must sacrifice their [...]
  • The Rotisserie at Chicken Provence Might Haunt Your Dreams

    Andrea H
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Rotisserie chicken is not exactly a “hip” food, nor one that you often hear people gush about (not counting that one place on the Upper East Side.)  That second part changed for me last week when this tweet @Midtownlunch sent me to lunch at Chicken Provence—a newish French chicken takeout place—on 39th St. (btw Lex [...]
  • Celebrate Black Day at Son Ja Jang / Muk Eunji

    Chris H.
    14 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    If you’re a singleton and a fan of Korean food, you’ll want to drown your dating woes today with a hearty bowl of jjajangmyeon ($7.99) at Son Ja Jang in K-town (on 32nd btw. 5+6th)  in recognition of Black Day (April 14). It’s actually the same restaurant as Muk Eunji, although oddly there are two separate menus. Here, the [...]
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    Lost City

  • Lost City: Chicago Edition: Hollander Storage

    Brooks of Sheffield
    15 Apr 2014 | 12:30 am
    Shiver and cower before the hulking immensity of Hollander Storage in the Logan Square section of Chicago!Ahem, excuse me: Hollander International Storage and Moving Company, Inc. The enterprise's full name, don't you know. This business was founded in 1888. And, as far as I can tell, this impressive, five-story, brown-brick building was erected around that time period.The outfit is still in family hands. The website tells us, with due confidence, "Whether you require residential moving, business relocation, long-term storage, or something in between, it's a commitment four generations of the…
  • A Good Sign: Parkside Lounge

    Brooks of Sheffield
    14 Apr 2014 | 12:30 am
    The Parkside Lounge has been lending beauty, grit and integrity to the corner of E. Houston and Attorney Streets for decades. How they stay in business in this climate, I do not know. The owners must one the one-story building.
  • Two Stories of Beauty at Henry and Union

    Brooks of Sheffield
    11 Apr 2014 | 12:30 am
    I am quite familiar with the northeast corner of Henry and Union Streets in Carroll Gardens. I've eaten many a slice of pizza there over the years, first at Nino's, a neighborhood institution that closed in 2007, and then at its replacement, the not-dissimilar Francesco's. A recent rent shake-up caused Francesco's to move and reopen in what was once half of its former space, on Henry Street; the other half, on the corner, is empty for the time being.Going into the new half-Francesco's recently, I spotted on the wall the above photograph, which told me something about the corner's pre-Nino's…
  • Lost City: Chicago Edition: The Logan Theatre

    Brooks of Sheffield
    10 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    The Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago, down on its luck for some years but now in the midst of a resurgence, has been robust enough to hold on to its grand old movie house, appropriately named the Logan. It's a bold presence with a large vertical sign climbing up the facade and an old-fashioned marquee and box office, and a lovely stained glass arch outside. Inside, there's a rather spectacular, Art Nouveau, fully stocked bar. I'd go to the theatre just to drink there.It was opened in 1915 as the Paramount Theater. It had only one screen then, as did many movie houses. In 1922, a family…
  • Who is Louis Zuflacht?

    Brooks of Sheffield
    9 Apr 2014 | 12:30 am
    Louis Zuflacht. What a name. Hard to forget. Especially when it's in large metal letters (formerly lit by neon), in an ostentatious font, on the side of a building.That's the name that has graced the building at the corner of Suffolk and Stanton Streets for many decades now. A clothier, Zuflacht hasn't done business out of this storefront in a generation or two. But subsequent occupants of the address—either out of deference to the lovely signage, or out of laziness—have left Louis' name up there, ensuring that the former proprietor has not entirely passed from public memory.I've passed…
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    nymag.com: Nightlife

  • Home Away From Home

    13 Apr 2014 | 1:46 pm
    Where to Drink 2013: Forgtmenot for Best Home Away From Home.
  • First Stop

    13 Apr 2014 | 1:45 pm
    Where to Drink 2013: The Clarkson for Best First Stop.
  • Last Call

    13 Apr 2014 | 1:45 pm
    Surveying the scene on a Sunday morning.
  • 2 a.m. Go-To

    13 Apr 2014 | 1:44 pm
    Where to Drink 2013: Extra Fancy for Best 2 a.m. Go-To
  • Beer-and-a-Shot Coffee Shop

    13 Apr 2014 | 1:44 pm
    Where to Drink 2013: Heavy Woods for Best Beer-and-a-Shot Coffee Shop
 
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  • Thursday Blogwrap

    Cate
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Visiting the Gowanus Canal’s Under-Transformation “Wild West” [Curbed] EPA Gowanus Canal Community Advisory Group Will Meet Next This Coming Tuesday [PMFA] Bushwick Artist Turns Brooklyn Street Signs Into Post-Apocalyptic Weapons [Animal NY] Food Book Fair and Pop-up Bookstore at the Wythe Hotel [Greenpointers] Two New Tutoring Centers in the Neighborhood [Ditmas Park Corner] Cool Tree Art on Avenue Y – Anyone Know The Story? [Sheepshead Bites] Edge Residents Like Kid Stuff But Not Virtual Golf [Brick Underground]… Read More
  • Closing Bell: How to Research the History of Your House in Brooklyn

    Cate
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Preservationists Elizabeth Finkelstein and Chelcey Berryhill will teach a class next week on how to research the history of any wood frame, stone or brick townhouse or apartment building in Brooklyn. Making use of digitized, online resources as well as other repositories in Brooklyn and Manhattan, “Research Your Historic Brooklyn House” will cover how to research the history of a building and find what it looked like originally and who lived there. Renters and homeowners both welcome. Particular attention will be paid to finding historic photographs to show to an architect or…
  • Building of the Day: 207A-209 18th Street

    Montrose Morris
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Brooklyn, one building at a time. Name: Row houses Address: 207A-209 18th Street Cross Streets: 4th and 5th Avenues Neighborhood: Greenwood Heights Year Built: Before 1888 Architectural Style: Queen Anne Architect: Unknown Landmarked: No, but these blocks should be The story: In 1844, the city of Brooklyn voted to extend open up 18th Street from 9th Avenue, now Prospect Park West, and the Gowanus Bay. For the next 40 years, the neighborhood remained undeveloped and was a dumping ground for all kinds of things, including bodies. The body of a baby was found here in 1846, seen abandoned by a…
  • Heights Cafe Opens After Renovation

    Cate
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    The Heights Cafe restaurant at 84 Montague Street re-opened earlier this month after six weeks of interior renovations. There is also a new menu, with new-American fare such as a lobster roll, oyster po-boy, a burger, veal and wild mushroom meatloaf and a ribeye. Click through to the jump for an interior shot. Has anyone checked it out? GMAP Photos by Heights Cafe… Read More
  • House of the Day: 15 Willow Street

    Cate
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:30 am
    Huge and on a corner, this gem of a Greek Revival house at 15 Willow Street in Brooklyn Heights was built in 1834. The proportions are impressive: It’s 25.5 feet wide with five stories and 39 windows. It has beautiful marble and wood Greek Revival fireplaces, dentil crown molding as well as the other moldings one would expect, tall windows on the parlor floor, and pier and mantel mirrors. There are also views of the harbor and bridge. A kitchen and bath don’t appear to have been updated too recently, but they look pleasant and usable as they are. What we can’t figure out is…
 
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    Serious Eats: New York

  • NYC Food Events for the Weekend and Beyond

    Rabi Abonour
    17 Apr 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Join the crew at Dassara for a Japanese-Jewish Seder [Photograph: Alice Gao] Sunday (April 20) Easter Brunch at Wythe Hotel Sunday, April 20th, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Reynard at the Wythe Hotel is offering an Italian-inspired, three-course Easter brunch. Dishes will include stracciatella, lamb, and risotto. $47. The Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, NY; details. Easter Prix-Fixe Brunch Sunday, April 20th Crescent Grill is offering a prix-fixe brunch for Easter, in addition to à la carte options. $35. Crescent Grill, 38-40 Crescent St, Astoria, NY; details. Big Fat Greek Easter Sunday,…
  • Flushing's Excellent Fried Chicken and Fried Rice

    Max Falkowitz
    17 Apr 2014 | 10:00 am
    [Photographs: Max Falkowitz] Everyone talks about Nan Xiang Xiao Long Bao, the famed soup dumpling house in Flushing that many consider to serve the city's best. But its next door neighbor Canton Gourmet, which looks so much like Nan Xiang you could think they were the same place, gets no love. That's a shame, as it has a specialty all its own that should send the hungry and curious racing to its doors. The menu devotes a full page photo to the Famous Garlic Aromatic Crispy Chicken ($12), a wide platter of hacked-up bird that's worth a trip all its own. Wings, breasts, and legs are heavily…
  • What are NYC's Most Underrated Restaurants?

    The Serious Eats Team
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    Classic Coffee Shop's tuna melt, secretly one of the city's best? [Photograph: Robyn Lee] Even with the most inclusive of intentions, it's easy to fall into a pattern of talking about and visiting the same restaurants over and over again. And that's a shame, because some of New York's best eating experiences are the ones that get precious little love. So be it a diner with a killer roast beef sandwich, a street cart off the beaten path, or a little Italian place that's still (perhaps blissfully) undiscovered, tell us: what restaurants in the city deserve more attention than they get, and what…
  • The Best Affordable Lunches in Midtown East

    Rabi Abonour
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    With endless towers full mostly of office workers, Midtown Manhattan has plenty of hungry mouths to feed come lunch. And it's a sad truth that most of those lunches are downright bad, especially if you're looking for something quick and affordable. So if you're tired of the same sad delis and fast food chains, we have you covered with the neighborhood's best, most reliable fast and cheap lunches, from deli sandwiches to falafel to Indian street food. Falafel: King Of Falafel & Shawarma Express The King and his falafel. [Photograph: Robyn Lee] Astoria falafel superstar Fares "Freddy" Zeideia…
  • Easter Treats From Epicerie Boulud: One Classy, One Whimsical

    Niko Triantafillou
    16 Apr 2014 | 1:45 pm
    [Photographs: Niko Triantafillou] If you need to grab some small Easter treats before Sunday, check out Epicerie Boulud's meticulously decorated Easter Cookies ($4.50) and fancy hand-painted Chocolate Easter Eggs ($6). Epicerie's cookies, which are always solid, are made from a buttery sable breton base and are available in a two styles. The first is frosted to look like a colorful dyed Easter egg. The second is modeled after a rabbit's, um, derriere—complete with tiny cotton ball tail. For something a bit more classy (and more expensive), Epicerie is also offering a variety of…
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    Overheard In New York

  • Yes, We Sell Parrots

    admin
    18 Apr 2014 | 4:27 am
    Customer: So what do I feed it? Manager: Give it crickets, 2 or 3 times a week. Employee: You’ve got to feed it crickets 2 or 3 times a week. Manager: Otherwise it takes greens and fruit. Employee: Or greens and fruit. Customer: What kind of greens? Manager: Lettuce. Customer: Regular lettuce or romaine? Manager: Romaine. Employee: It needs romaine. Manager: Kale, chard. Employee: Kale, chard. Manager: Anything leafy and green it’ll eat. Employee: Anything leafy and green. Customer: So it’s OK if I leave it for a weekend or a week? Manager: Yeah, just throw some lettuce in…
  • Distinguishing Characteristics

    admin
    18 Apr 2014 | 3:25 am
    Where: E. 86th St. Mother to kindergartener: “You do too know who Derek Jeter is! He da one with da nice butt–BOOM!!”
  • At least she’s honest

    admin
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:22 am
    A young girl selling M&Ms on the A train: “Hey, I’m not here for no basketball team or anything, but if ya’ll want to give me some money, that’s cool.” Note: she got quite a few sales, as well as a guy’s number
  • Homeless Monologues

    admin
    18 Apr 2014 | 1:19 am
    Hobo: Fuck God! I am God, and God is dead. –Bedford Ave, Williamsburg
  • Homeless Monologues II

    admin
    18 Apr 2014 | 12:17 am
    Where: Bedford Ave., Yuppietown Hobo: …and the rest of you will be buried in cement!
 
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  • Traces – A Group Show For Young Artists

    Fred Wilson
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:08 am
    It always makes me happy to see my daughter Emily send a tweet, my son Josh repost a song on SoundCloud, and my daughter Jessica post something to her Tumblr. They aren’t always so keen to use the services we back at USV, but they do come around to them from time to time. But I think the biggest kick I got in this area was a few weeks ago when Jessica and three friends launched this Kickstarter. It was funded quickly, over the course of a weekend, and they don’t need more money so if you are in the giving mood today, you might want to find another project to back. If you live in…
  • The Difference Between Large Funds and Small Funds

    Fred Wilson
    16 Apr 2014 | 4:27 am
    I have always been a “small fund” oriented investor. Both models work if executed well, but they are different. With small funds, you only need to find a few good ideas a year to get behind. That is true in hedge funds, private equity, venture capital, and probably many other asset classes. With large funds, you need to get behind every good idea every year. There are some investors out there than can execute the large fund model. I imagine you can list them and so can I. But there aren’t many who can. There are many investors out there that can execute the small fund model.
  • Cryptography

    Fred Wilson
    15 Apr 2014 | 3:19 am
    So much of what interests me and consumes the tech industry these days relates to Cryptography, and in particularly public key cryptography. The list would include Heartbleed, NSA spying on citizens, and of course, Bitcoin and Blockhains. And yet, when I hear people talk about Cryptography or when I read about Cryptography, my eyes tend to glaze over because I never studied Cryptography and am a self taught coder. So I need to fix this. I want to bone up on Cryptography. Where should I start and what should I read?
  • The Business Insider Interview

    Fred Wilson
    14 Apr 2014 | 3:41 am
    A few weeks ago Alyson Shontell came into USV to talk to me. She wanted to talk on background about the NYC tech sector. She recorded our talk which lasted about an hour. After transcribing the talk, she reached out to me and suggested printing the entire thing as a Q&A. I was nervous about that because I was pretty candid about things in our talk as it was on background. But after reading the transcript, I understood why Alyson wanted to run it in its entirety. I ran it by the Gotham Gal and my partners and they said it was OK. So I asked her to change one thing where I felt I was not…
  • A WordPress Plugin For A Books List?

    Fred Wilson
    13 Apr 2014 | 4:26 am
    The Gotham Gal moved to WordPress this week. I mentioned it in a post mid week. She maintains a book list on her blog. She’s a huge reader, at least a couple books a week, many times more than that. And she lists her favorite reads for all to see. It used to be a TypePad widget on the sidebar but in the new UI, it’s an entire page linked to off the main header. On TypePad, she could enter a book name, an ASIN, or an ISBN and the book and link to Amazon would automatically be added to the list (with her Amazon Affiliate ID attached). I spent about an hour yesterday trying to…
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  • Summer for a student journalist: Struggle Edition.

    Carla Vianna
    17 Apr 2014 | 7:30 pm
    With four days left in the semester, there is one thing on everyone’s mind: summer. But for that segment of the student population that call themselves journalism majors, something else gets in the way of summer-time thoughts: internships. As a journalism student, the biggest asset to a resume, besides a degree, is internship experience. For those that aren’t aware, the internship battle field — and yes, I call it a battle field — is highly competitive. By competitive I mean thousands of journalism students with more than enough clips, reputable internships, stellar…
  • Old School Kung Fu Fest 2014 Pays Tribute To Lau Kar-leung

    Media Anarchist/Guerilla Blog
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:57 pm
    Subway Cinema and the New York Asian Film Festival have partnered to organize and curate a festival
  • eggs-ploring beyond

    BYTEGIRL PHOTOGRAPHY
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:46 pm
    Tonight as promised we head to the outer boroughs starting with Queens.  Not much of a show out here… originally there were 3 eggs but we were told that one was vandalized at some point during the night and was taken in for repairs.  Hope we get to see it when all the eggs are together in Rockefeller Center.  I personally thought everyone missed the boat on this one.  Sunnyside, Queens and no one thought about the connection to eggs and what could have been created?   Next it is off on the Ferry over to Staten Island.  For those who aren’t NYers the Staten Island Ferry is a…
  • Jackson Heights, Queens

    deborahshapiro
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:13 pm
    The Archangel Michael trampling Satan The statues in this store selling religious objects are crude representations of an altar in El Barri Gotic, Barcelona. Fascinating.
  • LIVERPOOL. ANDY

    Velibor Božović
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:51 pm
    Liverpool. Andy. 11th St / Ave A, New York City, 2014 Why Liverpool? I asked. “My uncle is responsible.” I talked to Andy in front of 11th Street bar after Liverpool’s game, and a few beers, so I’m not sure I remember his exact words. But an uncle had something to do with him falling for Liverpool and not some other club. Andy came to live in New York City not long ago. He is from a town somewhere in the English south. He, definitely, is responsible for Tanya becoming Liverpool fan.      
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  • More cabbies testing positive for cocaine and marijuana

    RadioFreeTaxi
    30 Mar 2014 | 11:54 am
    Taxi drivers took to cocaine or marijuana at unusually high rates in 2013 — more than doubling the number of cabbies who got sacked for drug use a year earlier, records show. There were 51 hacks who lost their licenses after testing positive for controlled substances last year — a significant hike from the 20 who were canned in 2012 and 34 in 2011. This year, 16 drivers have already had their Taxi and Limousine Commission licenses yanked for failing their annual drug test — including one who tested positive for a party-hardy mix of coke and weed. “The ingestion of any controlled…
  • Nissan recalls new taxis for air bag malfunction

    YellowCabNYC
    28 Mar 2014 | 8:01 am
    Nissan is recalling just over 1 million cars, SUVs and vans because the front passenger air bags may not inflate in a crash. It’s the company’s second recall to fix the same problem. The recall affects the NV200 Taxi van, Altima midsize car, Leaf electric car, Pathfinder SUV and Sentra compact models from the 2013 and 2014 model years, Infiniti JX35 SUV from 2013. Also covered are the Infiniti QX60 and Q50 SUVs from 2014. In documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Nissan says the vehicles’ computer software may not detect an adult in the passenger seat.
  • NYPD to train cabbies in new sergeant-taxi driver partnership

    RadioFreeTaxi
    25 Mar 2014 | 4:19 pm
    NYPD sergeants will be training city cabdrivers on how to protect themselves against violent passengers and farebeaters, as well as teach them methods for handling high-stress situations that could lead to road rage and accidents. The cabbies and cops also plan to work together to combat offenses ranging from low-level crime to terrorism in a unique partnership between the Sergeants Benevolent Association and the Greater New York Taxi Association that will be announced Wednesday. “Police officers and taxi drivers are on the streets of New York together all day and night,” said Ethan…
  • 16 JFK taxi dispatchers busted for taking bribes from queue-jumpers

    RadioFreeTaxi
    20 Mar 2014 | 5:33 pm
    Authorities on Wednesday busted 16 taxi dispatchers from Kennedy and LaGuardia airports who raked in up to $1,000 a day in $10 bribes from hacks who paid to avoid three-hour waits and jump the line of cabs picking up fares, sources said. The accused scammers were slapped with bribery charges and were expected to be arraigned later Wednesday in Queens Criminal Court, said Queens DA Richard A. Brown, whose office teamed up with the Port Authority to crack the case. “The defendants are alleged to have accepted bribes in the form of cash payments to rig the airport taxi dispatching system at…
  • ‘Snake in the Cab’

    RadioFreeTaxi
    18 Mar 2014 | 4:20 pm
    http://m.tmz.com/2014/03/12/new-york-cab-taxi-driver-jimmy-failla-snake-prank-python/ Craziest NYC cab ride; horrified passengers.
 
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    Inside the Apple

  • Postcard Thursday: Hester Street

    Michelle and James Nevius
    17 Apr 2014 | 4:09 am
    Today's postcard is appropriate for the middle of Passover: a street scene on the Lower East Side, showing vendors and shoppers along Hester Street. The architecture of this block (just west of Essex Street) is very similar to what one sees today. The building at the far right still stands, and the large edifice three-quarters of the way down the block is an elementary school that continues to welcome students.Notice the wood-frame house, third from the right; until 2007, that building (or perhaps a similarly built successor) housed Gertel's, the beloved kosher bakery. After Gertel's moved…
  • Win a copy of "Footprints in New York" + Ebook Release

    Michelle and James Nevius
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:52 am
    Today is the official release date of our new book, Footprints in New York: Tracing the Lives of Four Centuries of New Yorkers. As many of you know, the paperback edition has already been shipping and on store shelves for over a week.However, as of today, ebook versions are now also available.For Kindle click here.For Kobo click here.For Google Play click here.If your preferred ebook format isn't listed above, please search for Footprints in New York on your favorite download site and let us know if it's there!* * * *We also wanted to let you…
  • The Battle of Lake Erie

    Michelle and James Nevius
    10 Apr 2014 | 9:17 am
    Today's postcard takes us back to the Battle of Lake Erie, which was a decisive American victory in the War of 1812. This image shows Commodore Oliver H. Perry transferring his colors from his wounded vessel, the USS Lawrence, to the USS Niagara. After taking command of the Niagara, the British expected the Americans to retreat; instead, Perry pressed the attack, and by 3:00 p.m., the British had surrendered--the first time in history that an entire British naval squadron had surrendered.The figure seated in the boat tugging on Commodore Perry's coat is his brother, Alexander,…
  • Footprints in New York is Out!

    Michelle and James Nevius
    8 Apr 2014 | 7:51 am
    Great news! Our new book, Footprints in New York: Tracing the Lives of Four Centuries of New Yorkers, is finally out!In Footprints in New York (Lyons Press), the follow-up to our critically acclaimed history of the city, Inside the Apple: A Streetwise History of New York City, we explore the stories of notable citizens of the Big Apple—including Dutch governor Peter Stuyvesant, religious dissenter Anne Hutchinson, writers Edgar Allan Poe and Edith Wharton, urban advocate Jane Jacobs, and musical legend Bob Dylan—and use them to guide the reader through four centuries of the city’s…
  • Postcard Thursday: Wall Street, 1847

    Michelle and James Nevius
    3 Apr 2014 | 9:59 am
    A couple of days ago, we wrote about Frederick Muhlenberg, the first Speaker of House. When Congress first met, 225 years ago, its headquarters was in Federal Hall at the corner of Nassau and Wall streets.Here's a view of Wall Street (not, technically, a postcard) from 1847, showing how the street had developed in the 70 years following Washington's inauguration. Rising up on Broadway is the familiar tower of Trinity Church, which at the time would have been brand new. The building flying the large American flag is what we today call Federal Hall National Memorial. It was also relatively new,…
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  • Everyone’s Heading to Brooklyn

    admin
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:30 am
    The Brooklyn Navy Yard that is…. Following in the ever so fashionable footsteps of Alexander Wang, none other than the house of Christian Dior will be showing their 2015 Cruise Collection at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on May 7th. You may remember that Wang chose to show his AW14 Collection at the Navy Yard this past February, to mixed reactions from fashion insiders.  Some felt that the commute to the Navy Yard was too far away and the transportation situation (in heels no less) was a hassle.  As stylist Ann Caruso was quoted saying at the time,  ”I don’t even go over to…
  • NYC’s Most Iconic Pizzerias

    admin
    2 Apr 2014 | 9:47 am
    New York City is known for many things, but of those things one of the most famous is the New York Style pizza and every year Eater hosts a pizza week, complete with a pizza bracket, to determine the best pizza in NYC.  This years Pizza Week took place a few weeks back and at the time, Eater published their list of the 25 Most Iconic Pizzerias in the city.  It was such a drool worthy and informative list, that we thought we’d share it with you here.  Here we go! 1. Artichoke Basille’s Pizza & Brewery: Artichoke is the most popular new slice parlor of the last decade. The…
  • Birchbox To Open An NYC Storefront

    admin
    25 Mar 2014 | 8:37 am
    Birchbox, the industry game changer and online seller of beauty boxes, is opening a brick and mortar location in the Soho neighborhood of New York this coming May 2014. The nearly 4 year old company, currently delivering monthly boxes of sample size beauty products to their subscribers doors, is not the first retail business to try to move from the digital space into the brick and mortar space (i.e. Warby Parker, Piperlime), but they are the first that, in many ways, doesn’t sell a complete product. While Warby Parker sells eye and sunglasses and Piperlime sells shoes, clothes and other…
  • A New Shopping Center Will Open At Columbus Circle Station

    admin
    20 Mar 2014 | 8:01 am
    The Columbus Circle subway station will soon give way to a new shopping center. WWD has reported that the MTA plans to turn the labyrinth of tunnels within the station into a 30,000 square foot retail space to be dubbed, “Turnstyle’. The new shopping plaza will consist of 30 retail stores ranging from from fashion and beauty to accessories and gourmet food. While no specific retailers have been announced yet, the MTA plans to have the shopping center up and running sometime in 2015. With the existing Shops at Columbus Circle, the Nordstrom set to open in 2018 and this new project,…
  • Eat Like A Kid Again In NYC

    admin
    12 Mar 2014 | 10:04 am
    Remember all the yummy goodies you used to love to eat as a kid? The ones that make you a little embarrassed to still crave as an adult. Wouldn’t it be nice to find some grown up versions of the old classics? Well it’s 2014 in NYC and it seems like chef’s at restaurants all over the city are trying to give you exactly that. Here are a list of restaurants around Manhattan that are putting adult twists on classic kid dishes. Chocolate Chip Cookies -While this one isn’t the most interesting, and can be found at MANY restaurants across the country, Boulton & Watt is…
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    Mommy Poppins - Things to Do in NYC with Kids

  • This Week: Pick Your Own Fruits & Vegetables, Easter Weekend Events, Last Days of Spring Break, Great New NYC Summer Camps

    Raven Snook
    17 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    It's been a quiet week on all the Mommy Poppins sites as we spend quality time with our kids over spring break. I can't say it's been mellow though—my daughter and I have been running all over town trying to pack as much fun as possible into our NYC staycation! So far we've gone on the hunt for giant Fabergé designer eggs, strolled a section of the High Line (where a musician mistook us for tourists!), gawked at outrageous costume jewelry and 3D printing at the Museum of Arts and Design, saw Atlantic for Kids' fabulous new musical Mr. Chickee's Funny…
  • Easter Weekend for NYC Kids: Free Egg Hunts, Easter Parade, Auto Show, Passover Fun April 19-20

    Stephanie Ogozalek
    16 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    Happy Easter, Passover and spring! There are Easter festivities in every borough this weekend, including classic egg hunts and Fifth Avenue's spectacular Easter Bonnet Parade. You can also celebrate Passover at the Jewish Museum, which is hosting a music and art-filled family day on Sunday. Spring break continues through Tuesday for NYC public school students and there are plenty of things to do this weekend and beyond, including the New York International Auto Show, which rolls into the Jacob Javits Center this week. These are just a few of the great things going on this Easter weekend.
  • News: Bowlmor Union Square Closing, a Carousel Delayed, New Location for the July 4th Fireworks and Lots of School News

    Alina Adams
    15 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    The kids may be on spring break but the school news never stops. As we teased in our end-of-the-week wrap up last Friday, the Department of Education has announced changes to its grade promotion policies and the New York State Education Department has canceled its contract with the controversial inBloom. But there's even more school news afoot, including updates on Gifted & Talented admissions and an extension for pre-K applications. In other non-education-related news, we've got the scoop on a new downtown community center, FREE kids' activities at the Brooklyn Flea, a new…
  • WeeWork Kids Nature Crafts: Mushroom Prints

    Anna Fader
    15 Apr 2014 | 3:36 am
    Spring signals time to reconnect with nature. DK Publishing sent us a copy of Great Things to Do Outside: 365 Awesome Outdoor Activities and we've been inspired by all the fun activities in it. We shared one of them with you last week and we have another great one to share with you today. These mushroom prints will make kids gain new appreciation for fungi.   read more
  • New NYC Summer Camps: 7 More Great Summer Programs for Kids

    Stephanie Ogozalek
    14 Apr 2014 | 11:00 am
    Although we already published a roundup of the best new summer camps debuting in 2014, we've since learned about so many other promising programs we decided to write a Part II! These seven brand-spanking-new camps cater to a wide variety of ages and interests. While my STEM-loving nine-year-old is particularly excited about the offerings at the Museum of Mathematics and Brooklyn Game Lab, there are enriching programs for tots at Pono and Creative Dream, plus science programs, offbeat athletics and more. Be sure to check out our jam-packed Camp Guide for info on lots of other summer…
 
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    The Gotham Palate

  • Anginetti Cookies – the Simple Flavors that Will Add to the Joys of Any Easter Table

    admin
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:15 pm
    One of my fondest Easter memories growing up were actually the days leading up to Easter and all of the treats that my mother, grandmother, aunts and family friends would exchange with each other’s families during Holy Thursday and Easter morning. Staples among these were pizza rustica, Neapolitan Pastiera or Wheat pie–a recipe I have [...]
  • Rana puts a new spin on your grocer’s pasta

    admin
    6 Jan 2014 | 2:05 pm
    Giovanni Rana and company sure have been busy lately.  With a recent NYC-wide launch of his retail pasta and sauce line coupled with plenty of personal appearances to celebrate world pasta day in October AND a one year anniversary of the opening of his first restaurant, Giovanni Rana Pastificio & Cucina in New York City, the [...]
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    Walking Off the Big Apple

  • Gentle Reminder of the New Blog 60 Guilders

    Teri Tynes
    29 Mar 2014 | 4:53 pm
    Greetings, These pictures of NYC in the early spring appear on my new website, 60 Guilders. So come join me at 60 Guilders, too. The new site is starting to look like WOTBA anyway.Thanks!TeriBefore the steady rains came, it was pleasant to walk around the park this morning.Finally, pastel-colored spring crocuses announced their presence amid rusty dead leaves.A Common Merganser took deep dives and came up drenched.A Blue Jay checked out a cherry tree not yet in bloom.A  flamboyant lily poked out of the ground in Isham Park.Follow Teri's new photoblog about Northern Manhattan,…
  • Postscript: New Online Adventures

    Teri Tynes
    22 Jan 2014 | 5:34 pm
    Follow new adventures in Northern Manhattan and beyond at60guilders.blogspot.comFollow Teri's new photoblog about Northern Manhattan, http://60guilders.blogspot.com
  • The Trip to Normal, and A Goodbye

    Teri Tynes
    22 Sep 2013 | 9:15 am
    A few weeks ago, I moved to Inwood, a neighborhood in the northernmost reaches of the island of Manhattan. I was immediately struck by its friendliness, with many people introducing themselves and asking if I needed anything. In the little time I have been here, I have stayed close to home and have left only when it was time to go to work.I like walking up and down the hilly streets and rambling down past the baseball fields to Spuyten Duyvil Creek with its views of ducks, geese, and the pretty Henry Hudson Bridge. I have seen several Red-tailed Hawks flying about the hills, and a Snowy Egret…
  • Sea Longing at the Cunard Building, 25 Broadway

    Teri Tynes
    9 Aug 2013 | 11:12 am
    The Cunard Building at 25 Broadway, while no longer housing the grand "Ticketing Hall" for the great ocean liners, still evokes dreams of a long voyage at sea. Designed by architect Benjamin Wistar Morris with Carrere & Hastings and completed in 1921, the grand neo-Renaissance building at the top of Bowling Green solidified the company's position as a leader of transatlantic travel and  commercial shipping. In 1917, the company had built an equally impressive European headquarters in Liverpool.The Great Hall, once a bustling scene for those making arrangements for sea voyages,…
  • New York Egyptian Deco, 1926: Thomas Lamb and the Pythian Temple

    Teri Tynes
    4 Aug 2013 | 8:50 am
    (updated) Anyone strolling along West 70th between Columbus Avenue and Broadway on Manhattan's Upper West Side may want to come to a full and complete stop in front of 135. Here rises the commanding pharaonic authority of the Order of Knights of Pythias, a fraternal organization dating to the time of the Civil War, and for whom architect Thomas Lamb designed this Egyptian Art Deco extravaganza in 1926.The Pythian Temple, 135 W. 70th St.Members of the Knights of Pythias, founded in Washington, D.C. in 1864, committed themselves to a Supreme Being, all-around clean-living, and general…
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    City Room

  • New York Today: Surviving Spring Break

    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
    18 Apr 2014 | 2:46 am
    What you need to know for Friday and Easter weekend: a guide for children, sunny skies, and a deal with transit workers.
  • Meat Market Has Its Loyalists, Even if They Shop Only Once a Year

    By MEGHAN GOURLEY
    17 Apr 2014 | 1:05 pm
    East Village Meat Market, opened by Julian Baczynsky in 1970 and a vestige of the old Eastern European community, is contending with scores of customers at its busiest time of year, the weeks just before Easter.
  • One Couple, Alone, Together

    By FRANCESCA GIACCO
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Metropolitan Diary: In a quiet moment on the subway, he was reading sheet music, and she was concentrating on a book about a murder spree.
  • New York Today: Chilly Critters

    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:51 am
    What you need to know for Thursday: animals sleep through the cold, mostly sunny skies, and the Port Authority’s whimsical side.
  • Rating Men in New York

    By DEBORAH R. SPENCER
    16 Apr 2014 | 2:28 pm
    Metropolitan Diary: A man was overheard talking about another in terms of ones and zeros, but he was not discussing binary code.
 
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    Susan Singer

  • Junior 1 Bed | 1 Bathroom | $549,000 | East Village

    Susan Singer
    26 Mar 2014 | 8:44 am
    S3 Sale Listing Template living room kitchen bedroom bathroom floor plan 111 Third Avenue, #3A ListingID: 965887 Description: This highly coveted, sunny, jr. one bedroom is a space-savers dream! Perfectly thought-out, this 500 square-foot apartment has a separate dining & living room area, work space, kitchen, bedroom, oversized bathroom and 4 large closets. Remodeled, an open kitchen showcases stainless steel counters and high-end appliances, including a Fisher & Paykal dishwasher and luminous glass tiles. Brazilian teak floors invite you into the living space, which includes…
  • New york is Cheap?

    Susan Singer
    6 Mar 2014 | 10:11 am
    10 Most Expensive Real Estate Markets By Robert Frank To most people, New York City has become an otherworldly real estate market. It’s the town where a skyrise condo just sold for more than $50 million — and it was only that cheap because it was raw space. But to the global rich, New York is a bargain. A new report shows that on a per-square-foot basis, New York is half price compared to some other favorite cities of the rich. The Knight Frank Wealth Report shows that the tiny, tony principality of Monaco remains the most world’s expensive real estate market. The report found…
  • Organic House?

    Susan Singer
    5 Mar 2014 | 11:32 am
    They have organic produce, organic cups, organic coffee, and now an ORGANIC HOUSE…. “Frodo meets Gaudi” is how one commenter describes the curvaceous interior of Mumbai’s Organic House, an apartment by Mumbai-based design studio The White Room, which has ceilings as arched as and smooth as a hobbit’s cob home, with a bit of the Spanish master’s flair for the dramatic. There’s hardly a straight line in the place, aside from the ones formed by the diagonal floor and ceiling tiles, and despite the contemporary touches, the massive stone slab bar top…
  • 1 Bed | 1 Bath | $3,000/month | Midtown East

    Susan Singer
    26 Feb 2014 | 1:26 pm
    main kitchen bedroom bathroom 142 East 49th Street, #9E ListingID: 624734 Description: Prewar one-bedroom apartment is ready for immediate move-in! -UNFURNISHED -EASY APPLICATION PROCESS This unit has beautiful hardwood flooring, high ceilings, fantastic prewar architecture, and lots of windows! A newly renovated kitchen and bath blends modern amenities with the classic layout creating an apartment that truly feels like home. The kitchen has generous counter space, large cabinets, dishwasher, microwave, full stove/oven and a full size Liebherr refrigerator. A freestanding breakfast bar could…
  • Live Green | The first edible wall in NYC

    Susan Singer
    10 Feb 2014 | 9:56 am
    Take a look at this inspirational video about a teacher in the South Bronx who is teaching students how to turn living spaces into vegtables gardens. YUM!!!!
 
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    Manhattan-Living

  • Restaurants Serving Brunch for Easter Sunday in NYC!

    Glenwood
    16 Apr 2014 | 7:34 am
    If you haven't already concocted a menu and ordered the ham/lamb for a home Easter celebration this Sunday, maybe it'd be easier at this point just to go out somewhere? There are, of course, scores of great brunch spots all … Continue reading →
  • Relive the British Invasion at Lincoln’s Center’s “Ladies and Gentlemen… The Beatles!”

    Glenwood
    14 Apr 2014 | 8:45 am
    As I'm sure you've heard (was it the shrieking teenagers echoing across the decades?), The Beatles first came to America 50 years ago in February, landing at JFK to begin their historic TV-radio-concert-tour across the country, spearheading the so-called British … Continue reading →
  • NYC’s Best Destination Parks

    Glenwood
    11 Apr 2014 | 9:18 am
      If you're fortunate enough to live right near one of the more than 1,700 public parks and playgrounds that make New York City among the greenest urban areas on the planet well…. then, that's where we'll probably find you … Continue reading →
  • Easter Egg Hunts, Parades, and Other Fun Activities in NYC

    Glenwood
    9 Apr 2014 | 10:20 am
    Photo by Robert S. Donovan Next weekend is Easter already! A holiday which is a great excuse to celebrate spring, wear lots of florals, get together with family, microwave some peeps, and eat a ton of chocolate. For kids, though, Easter is … Continue reading →
  • Pop Art & Post-War Artwork from Onnasch Collection at Hauser & Wirth

    Glenwood
    7 Apr 2014 | 7:39 am
    New York City's grand museums are about to launch their big spring/summer exhibitions. We're especially looking forward to Ai Wei Wei in Brooklyn, and Jeff Koons Whitney takeover, which will be that institution's grand finale at their Upper East Side location. Until then, it seems … Continue reading →
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    Big Apple Dipped in Caramel

  • http://www.workingmother.com/mom-stories/big-switch

    Laurie Wilson
    3 Apr 2014 | 4:47 pm
    Happy Anniversary to Working Mother Magazine. Check out my article http://www.workingmother.com/mom-stories/big-switch.
  • NY Yankees Baseball on Deck

    Laurie Wilson
    29 Mar 2014 | 3:44 pm
    So, you’ve been staring out the window all winter. And now, finally, the Yankees are on deck to open their 2014 season on Tuesday!! Shovel those snowballs, get those dogs on the grill, time to play ball after an epic winter. New Yorkers love their Yankees and the Yanks love ‘em back. Play ball!
  • Baseball History

    Laurie Wilson
    10 Mar 2014 | 6:33 am
    Just stumbled upon this cool item about Con Daily in http://www.baseballlibrary.com/chronology/thisday.php?day=today September 3 Indianapolis (NL) gets a last-second reprieve in the 9th inning when the ump calls time just before Con Daily apparently makes the last out of the game. Batting again‚ Daily singles home 2 runs to cap a 6-run rally to beat Boston‚ 8-7.
  • Cyber Monday Travel Deals

    Laurie Wilson
    2 Dec 2013 | 6:34 pm
    You only have a couple more hours until midnight to grab a great cyber travel deal for New York City’s Jade Hotel in Greenwich Village or the Roosevelt Hotel in midtown. I wrote about the deals in this CNN article–and you’ll find lots of other great travel deals, too! Happy travels! http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/28/travel/cybermonday-post-thanksgiving-travel-specials/index.html?hpt=tr_c2
  • Autumn Escapes

    Laurie Wilson
    8 Oct 2013 | 7:57 am
    Cape Cod in the Fall (Photo credit: time stands still)   Okay, so we all love the Big Apple, yes, there’s no place like it on earth. But, there are other wondrous spots that are especially funfabulous in the autumn when the weather is still good but the rates are much lower than other seasons. Check out my article just published on CNN. Happy travels! http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/04/travel/autumn-beach-trips/  
 
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    New York Netwire

  • EaseUS Deploy Manager Special Edition is the ideal solution for SMBs to freely deploy a new system to multiple PCs

    Janice Sand
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:30 am
    NEW YORK, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- EaseUS Software, a leading provider for cost-effective data backup, disaster recovery and storage management software, today announced release of a new edition of its popular PC system deploy tool - EaseUS Deploy Manager Special Edition.Published at EaseUS Deploy Manager Special Edition is the ideal solution for SMBs to freely deploy a new system to multiple PCs.
  • DrivenBI expands its global market reach with the announcement today of a strategic partnership with Future Intelligence Technology Inc. (FiTi)

    Janice Sand
    16 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    PASADENA, Calif. /New York Netwire/ -- The business intelligence company, DrivenBI today announced that it has commenced an SRK reselling partnership with Future Intelligence Technology Inc. (FITi) in Taiwan, to provide its customers with timely communication, support, and services in the same time zone. Furthermore, since DrivenBI partnered with Salesforce in 4th Quarter of 2013, DrivenBI is one step closer to cultivating this established market outside the States.Published at DrivenBI expands its global market reach with the announcement today of a strategic partnership with Future…
  • Technology Goes Underwater to Stop a Secret Killer

    Janice Sand
    14 Apr 2014 | 5:09 pm
    SAN DIEGO, Calif. /New York Netwire/ -- In the U.S., children aged one to four have the highest drowning rates. And most drowning occurs in pools. Better Life Technologies Group, Inc. has announced a new patented technology product that's designed to save children's lives. According to studies, young children, African-Americans and males seem to be the most vulnerable. Accidents continue to happen, yet many go unreported.Published at Technology Goes Underwater to Stop a Secret Killer.
  • United Wholesale Mortgage Launches Non-QM Program to Accommodate Jumbo Borrowers

    Janice Sand
    14 Apr 2014 | 3:37 pm
    TROY, Mich. /New York Netwire/ -- Michigan-based United Wholesale Mortgage (UWM), one of the nation's largest wholesale lenders, today announced that it has launched a new program called 'Big and Easy Plus,' which is designed for non-QM Jumbo loans. UWM's originators can log into its broker portal, EASE (Easiest Application System Ever), to review the full set of guidelines and parameters.Published at United Wholesale Mortgage Launches Non-QM Program to Accommodate Jumbo Borrowers.
  • Whose Shoes Are You Wearing? 12 Steps to Uncovering the Woman You Really Want To Be

    Janice Sand
    14 Apr 2014 | 12:11 pm
    WASHINGTON, D.C. /New York Netwire/ -- Coming on the heels of Lupita Nyong'o's rise to fame, 'Whose Shoes Are You Wearing? 12 Steps to Uncovering the Woman You Really Want To Be' (ISBN: 9780996097802; Kkula Media; Paperback; May 13, 2014) written by East African sisters, Christine K. St. Vil and Julian B. Kiganda, pulls no punches, offering readers a unique and practical guide to self discovery and authentic living.Published at Whose Shoes Are You Wearing? 12 Steps to Uncovering the Woman You Really Want To Be.
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    Big Apple Dreaming

  • What is the point of pick up?

    Andrius
    13 Apr 2014 | 3:49 pm
    So, what is the point of pick up? Get laid with as many girls as you can? Bring home every girl you met on friday night? I think pick up is good if you want to improve yourself as person to get more self confidence and independent but you should be yourself because if you try to pretend something who you really aren’t you will get a girl only for one night. Yeah, of course if one night stands is your goal than you can  try to pick up drunk girls… But does it make you happy? I know sometimes when you trying to pick up girls is very hard to be honest and real version of yourself.
  • Which celebrities lives in New York City?

    Andrius
    4 Apr 2014 | 2:59 pm
    Have you ever wondered why New York city is so popular even between celebrities? So, I found picture which shows on the map which celebrities and where they lives in New York city. Looks like the most popular borough between celebrities is Manhattan. It’s not a big surprise… What I like the most that tv serials actors like Neil Patrick Harris from “How I met your mother” and Jennifer Aniston from “Friends” acted in tv serials as new yorkers but in real life they are living in New York City too… Click on the picture to see it bigger.    
  • New Year’s Eve Ball Drop in Times Square 2014

    Andrius
    1 Jan 2014 | 2:42 am
    New Year’s Eve Ball Drop in Times Square 2014 Happy New Year from Times Square As you see in these New Year’s Eve Ball Drop 2014 celebration pictures it was amazing event with more than a million people in Times Square and a billion watching it live at home. This year in Times Square celebration performed many celebrities like Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Miley Cyrus, Melissa Etheridge, Spider-Man and etc… New Year’s Eve Ball Drop 2014 video from Times Square, New York City. What do you think about this year celebration? By the way, I think that New Year’s Eve…
  • Happy New Year 2014

    Andrius
    31 Dec 2013 | 5:05 am
    I want to wish for everybody happy New Year 2014 I wish that everyone could visit this city even for a day. Never stop dreaming, sometimes dreams come true You should know that NYC waiting for you. I love quote of Alice Cooper song Big Apple Dreamin’: Oh, New York, Oh, New York we’re coming Oh, we’re coming to see what you’re made of Oh, you can’t be as tough as you sound Me and my baby, we’re coming Oh, we’re coming They’re waiting for you and me, baby Oh… We are counting last hours of 2013. Everybody is preparing to celebrate New…
  • Beautiful New York City Pictures

    Andrius
    30 Dec 2013 | 3:41 pm
    Amazing view of Central Park from above. Today I want to show you couple beautiful pictures of New York City. I love to look at pictures of this city. These pictures shows greatness of New York City and inspires me. This city so amazing in these pictures, but in real life everything looks much more better. I know it’s amazing feeling to be part of New York City. You should visit NYC if you want to understand what about I’m talking. It’s amazing feeling to walk in places which you see so many times in movies or read about it in books. Especially when you are visiting NYC…
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    M&S Parking

  • New bill would require photo proof for some parking tickets

    FightTickets
    16 Apr 2014 | 6:51 am
    According to the Daily News, a new bill being proposed by Councilman James Vacca (D-Bronx) would require certain parking tickets to have photographic proof of the violation.  Those requiring photos would be parking near a fire hydrant or in a crosswalk, in a bus stop, a handicapped spot or bike lane or for failing to display a license plate. "People have a right to insist that there be evidence of what they’re being charged with,” Vacca said. “Why have a he said-she said situation?” If passed, the new regulation would begin as a one year pilot program.Visit us at…
  • Speed Cameras Catch Drivers in New York School Zones

    FightTickets
    8 Apr 2014 | 2:33 pm
     According to the New York Post, the City's new speed camera program has given almost 12,000 tickets in its first three months.  The $50 tickets are being issued to drivers caught going 10+ over the speed limit and do not result in points on their license. Most of the tickets were issued on westbound Queens Boulevard between 58th and 53rd streets in Woodside, near PS 11 and IS 125 While there are 20 speed cameras authorized for use in the state, the numbers come from only five cameras in use between 7:00 AM and 4:10PM (during school hours, per state law).  The DOT…
  • East Harlem residents hit with 353% parking rate increase

    FightTickets
    7 Apr 2014 | 6:39 am
    courtesy of the Daily News According to the Daily News, drivers parking at the Thomas Jefferson Houses in East Harlem will see a 353% parking rate hike, which will go into effect next month.  The 150 parking spots located outside the development at 115 St., will go from $75 per month to $340 for residents.  Seniors and non-tenants will also pay massive increases for parking- from $60 to $272 for seniors, and from $150 to $650 for non-tenants.   The New York City Housing Authority already earns $2.4 million from its parking lots per year, and expects that…
  • NYC Councilman proposes big change to Alternate Side Parking rules

    FightTickets
    2 Apr 2014 | 7:44 am
     According to CBS New York, Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, D-Washington Heights/Inwood, is proposing changes to the city's Alternate Side Parking Rules that would allow cars to park on a street again after the sweepers have passed through.  Under the current rules, drivers are not permitted to park on the side of the street scheduled for cleaning until the entire time allotted for sweeping (generally 1-2 hours) has ended.   The changes would help ease drivers' current routines of moving their cars to the other side of the street and or double parking or idling, until they…
  • NYC booted over 50,000 vehicles in 2013

    FightTickets
    26 Mar 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Courtesy of the Daily NewsAccording to the Daily News, the New York City Department of Finance booted 53,729 vehicles last year, as the boot program was expanded to include all five boroughs.  Boots are ordered for vehicles that have been verified by city sheriffs as having over $350 in judgment parking tickets.  Revenue from the program brought the city $49.9 million in 2013, a slight increase from the year before.  Visit us at www.msparking.com
 
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    Full Access NYC

  • 3am Manhattan Skyline

    Full Access NYC
    15 Apr 2014 | 7:47 pm
    By Seth Fera-Schanes The lunar eclipse (Blood Moon) occurred early this morning on the east coast between 1am and 3am.  I wanted to capture some photos and set my alarm for 2:20am in the morning.  I actually got up and headed to a rooftop in an attempt to get some awesome pics for Full Access.  I failed.  Rather, the clouds were running interference and the blood moon eluded me.  Aside from being tired today, the time spent on the roof last night was well worth it.  The weather is starting to warm up and Manhattan had a nice calm feeling.  I have included a few pics that I did get…
  • Gun Hill Brewery

    Full Access NYC
    13 Apr 2014 | 8:15 am
    By Seth Fera-Schanes Gun Hill Brewing Company, located in the Bronx, started up this year and are producing some tasty beers.  The facility is open so you can see all the equipment and if you ask you will be given a short but highly informative tour. Flights of beer are $5 and was perfect to sample Gun Hill’s full offering.  They also have Growlers available which would definitely be a classy addition to have at your next party. Depending on how many people you are with, I would recommend about an hour visit to try some beer and check out the facility. After the brewery, you can take…
  • Spring Has Sprung

    Full Access NYC
    9 Apr 2014 | 3:31 pm
    By Seth Fera-Schanes Better late than never, Spring 2014 has come to New York City. The jacket threat level has been downgraded to a fleece or wind breaker with an occasional need for an umbrella. Book your flights, train tickets and buses and come on over to the city. The Cherry Blossoms are set to arrive soon and you can see those at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.  You can also head over to Central Park and check out all the flowers coming up which is what I did over the weekend.  If you into bird watching, then the North Woods in the upper western part of the park is a good place to go.
  • The $20 Goose Egg Breakfast Sandwich

    Full Access NYC
    8 Apr 2014 | 7:42 pm
    By Seth Fera-Schanes It was an early Saturday morning and I headed out to the Union Square Farmers Market.  Spring produce is just starting to filter in but there is an abundance of different types of eggs.  The large Goose eggs naturally caught my attention and at only $4 each they were practically a steal….I bought two and decided to put together a breakfast sandwich using ingredients found at the market. A Goose egg tastes similar to a chicken egg.  However, they are the size of two extra large chicken eggs and the size of the yolk is quite noticeable.  I paired the egg with…
  • A Day At The Museum With Museum Hack

    Full Access NYC
    2 Apr 2014 | 3:39 pm
    By Seth Fera-Schanes I have been to the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) a handful of times. They have a giant Blue Whale, dinosaur bones, rare gems, you know, museum stuff. This is how I typically view the museum after a visit. I recognize the wealth of knowledge within its walls but don’t really see or understand it all. Then I leave knowing I won’t return until a visiting relative or college friend I haven’t seen in 5 years needs a place to stay and a tour of the city. There are a lot of museums throughout the five boroughs and sometimes you go out of obligation.
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    Long Island Pulse

  • How One Guitar Will Save The World

    info@lipulse.com
    4 Apr 2014 | 12:33 pm
    Girl carrying clouds in El Hato, Guatemala Rarely does a written story make me laugh out loud, but “The Day I Did Not Meet Kenya’s Prime Minister” did just that. So, I emailed the author. A few months later, I met Luke Maguire Armstrong, a guy who, in the midst of hitchhiking from Chile to Alaska, got happily stuck in Guatemala for four years. Since then, we meet whenever he breezes through New York City. I wrote about life on the road while traveling pretty much constantly for 20 years until mellowing into “home life,” which now means taking 10 disconnected trips a year—with each…
  • Keep It Sweet

    info@lipulse.com
    28 Feb 2014 | 8:15 am
    Bermuda is a quintessentially British island of palms. It was there in 1999 that an eccentric self-styled Bermudian traffic supervisor taught me something about crafting a singular life mission. Located far enough off the coast of North Carolina to forego NASCAR fanaticism but close enough to New York to attract weekend warriors, the breezy 21-mile fishhook island showcases pink sand beaches separated by limestone cliff-rimmed coves—and wealth. Churches and colorful stone and cedar architecture distinguish the rolling landscape, while convoys of white-collar tourist duos live out…
  • Southeast Asian Countries Collectively Cultivate United Tourism Model

    info@lipulse.com
    15 Jan 2014 | 4:00 am
    Southeast Asia’s 10 countries are bonding…like Borneo Hornbills The idea of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts is not lost on Southeast Asia. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) resonates the European Union’s regional solidarity for reciprocal benefits. Held in member nation Malaysia, the 33rd annual ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) will take place January 16-23. In developmental terms, Southeast Asia’s 10-country amalgam of incredibly diverse cultures poses several challenges, one of which is its diversity. ASEAN member states range from wealthy Singapore and…
  • Baltimore, Maryland

    info@lipulse.com
    9 Jan 2014 | 7:54 am
    Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Baltimore is a legendary brick empire that redefines urban renewal. After sliding from a manufacturing stronghold into a depression of near irrelevance, the port cities’ grand factory landscape has been reinvented into an industrial-chic hotspot. Being from this storied metropolis means being somehow connected to the water—whether it be intrepid boating, prying open seafood, or wearing nautical-inspired clothing even in winter. Locals also don’t pronounce the ‘t’ in Baltimore. A relaxed gap between north and south, the hometown of Frank Zappa and John…
  • The World’s Most Determined Vigilante

    info@lipulse.com
    4 Dec 2013 | 8:35 am
    Robert Young Pelton plying the gap between right and wrong Robert Young Pelton is the kind of guy you want around when the sh*t hits the fan—wherever that may be. I first met him when we served as contributors to the adventure travel magazine Blue, which launched in 1997. I’ve built a career as a storyteller but gladly zip it when a master like Pelton lets it rip. The feathers in his cap include finding “American Taliban” member John Walker Lindh in Afghanistan in November 2001, and his continuously updated bestselling book The World’s Most Dangerous Places. However, they only hint…
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    East Village Vibe

  • Sun Ra Arkestra at DROM Tomorrow Night

    Jay Miller
    17 Apr 2014 | 6:05 am
    Photo from the Sun Ra Arkestra. I don’t know exactly what the Sun Ra Arkestra is supposed to be but their website is basically from 1999 and claims to be the “Home in internet of the Sun Ra Arkestra directed by Marshall Allen”.  That’s charmingly quaint so I went to do some research.  And what I found was that they were formed by a guy named Sun Ra (born Herman Poole Blount, legal name Le Sony’r Ra). Sun Ra was crazy. He was a fantastic jazz musician but controversial due to his “eclectic music and unorthodox lifestyle.”  Oh, and that unorthodox lifestyle?  Yeah, he…
  • Sigmund’s Pretzels Might Be Better than Bagels

    Jay Miller
    16 Apr 2014 | 6:28 am
    A cinnamon raisin pretzel.  Photo from Jay Miller. Yeah, I said it.  And I mean it: Sigmund’s pretzels really might be better than bagels. We’ve had our share of great bagels here at EVV, my mom keeps sending me coupons for Auntie Anne’s, and I can always grab a big soft pretzel from a street cart or something, but Sigmund’s has them all beat.  That’s for two reasons.  The first is that great soft pretzels are really hard to find, making them sort of novel. The second is that these pretzels are freaking fantastic. Sigmund’s is a small bar and café on 2nd Ave. that has an…
  • Otto’s Tacos Has Some Damn Tasty Tacos

    Jacob Donnelly
    15 Apr 2014 | 6:03 am
    Photo from Steady Mobbin’. I don’t get to eat tacos very often; I never order them when I go to a Mexican restaurant even though I love them. And if you go to Taco Bell, you’re eating low-grade food wrapped in a semi-stale tortilla. And even when I do find myself getting tacos, the portions are minuscule and they try to make it seem “valuable” by giving rice and beans. Don’t get me wrong, I like rice and beans. But when I want a taco, I want a taco. I know where I’m going to get tacos from now on: Otto’s Tacos. As their website says,…
  • Go Judge Some Junk at Mr. Nude York

    Jay Miller
    14 Apr 2014 | 6:03 am
    We don’t judge here at East Village Vibe.  But you’re more than welcome to—which is why you might want to attend Mr. Nude York (nsfw link!) this Thursday at 1 AM at The Cock (29 2nd Ave. b/t 1st & 2nd Sts.), a gay-friendly dive bar that features, shall we say, a mom-unfriendly atmosphere on the daily. Daniel Nardicio hosts and that means it’s gonna be an awesome show.  Nardicio is known as one of the best party promoters out there, and he specializes in gay nightlife.  It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Mr. Nude York was a huge success in its first two years. And now he’s…
  • 10 Bond Street Units Start Selling

    Jacob Donnelly
    11 Apr 2014 | 10:04 am
    Back in December, I wrote about 10 Bond Street‘s development. While the building still won’t be open for people to move in until 2015, sales were expected to start in the first quarter of this year. And voila, we are right around that time and the first units are available for sale. As a reminder, this building is seven stories tall and has 11 units including one townhouse with a private garage, one penthouse with terraces, and nine two- to three-bedroom units. Despite there being eleven units, only a few of them are currently open for sale. The four units currently available are…
 
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    Tracy's New York Life | A Blog About Life in New York City

  • Muse Cocktail Debuts at The Leopard at des Artistes

    Tracy Kaler
    17 Apr 2014 | 8:40 am
    by Tracy KalerThe Leopard at des Artistes is a restaurant in Hotel des Artistes, one of the most majestic buildings in NYC. {credit}Hotel des Artistes is a majestic structure in the Lincoln Square area of the Upper West Side. Located at 1 W. 67th St., the residential pre-war tower is between Central Park West and Columbus Avenue, just steps from Central Park.You might have stumbled past the landmark on your travels and not realized it. The 1917 building is one of many on the tree-lined  "artists row," a compilation of residences originally sited for both artists and musicians. Besides…
  • Slup Up NYC's Best Matzo Ball Soup

    Melissa Kravitz
    16 Apr 2014 | 11:57 am
    THE TWENTY-SOMETHING FOODIEby Melissa KravitzGet your matzo balls all over NYC! {credit}We're three days deep into Passover, and matzo ball soup may be the only thing tiding you through until Tuesday. Personally, I love a fluffy matzo ball that can soak up the soup with every bite.  Some like sinkers, some like floaters, but there's a matzo ball for everyone in this city! Even if you're not observing the Jewish holiday, enjoy the end of soup season (is it really not spring yet?), with some of New York's best bowls of this Jewish staple.If you want to enjoy matzo ball soup at…
  • NYC Could Be Out of Gefilte Fish; A Rat on the Subway; Manhattan Might Be the New Brooklyn in 2 Years; and More

    Tracy Kaler
    16 Apr 2014 | 7:55 am
    THE WORD'S OUTby Tracy KalerStreet festivals, such as "Summer Streets" in August, are some of the best days in NYC.A bad day in New York City may be better than a good day anywhere else, but these are the best days.  (Thrillist) Fashion designer is the most popular job in New York. (Brokelyn) Is NYC out of geflite fish? This is not possible. (DNA info)Photos of New York then and now, but no matter when you look at the Big Apple, you can't help but love this city. (Business Insider)A rat on the subway scares the ever-loving crap out of New Yorkers. We're not so tough, after all.
  • Gramercy Tavern's Howard Kalachnikoff Dishes About Vegetables, Lobster, and His Hometown

    Tracy Kaler
    15 Apr 2014 | 11:47 am
    COFFEE BREAKA chat with a fascinating New Yorkerby Tracy KalerChef Howard Kalachnikoff is at home in New York and in the kitchen.New York native Howard Kalachnikoff had no intention of becoming a chef, but his love of food called him into the kitchen following a nine-year career in the record industry. After graduating from the French Culinary Institute and refining his craft at Savoy and other Manhattan restaurants, the chef began his tenure at Gramercy Tavern in 2009 as a line cook, followed by Sous Chef, and finally, Executive Sous Chef.You will find Chef Kalachnikoff at the tavern on a…
  • Hats on to You, New York!

    Tracy Kaler
    14 Apr 2014 | 10:13 am
    LOOKING GOODby Tracy KalerLinda Pagan and I pose in our Sunday hats at The Hat Shop in SoHo."Leave everyone wondering which is the more interesting piece of work... you or your hat." --UnknownI hated hats as a child. My mother has a video of me sporting a hat –– probably at the age of about two years old –– then tearing it off my head and tossing it to the ground. I think I cried while doing it, too. (Not sure if I cried because I was mad about wearing a hat, or because I realized my head was cold without it.)As I grew older, I developed an affinity for hats of all kinds. I…
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    Subway Stories - Subway Stories - Blog

  • Wake Up!

    13 Apr 2014 | 10:51 am
    Date: January 31, 2013Location: a pillar in the TD Bank storefront, Warren Street and Broadway in Manhattan But, I was looking forward to criticizing everything and advocating new concepts which are actually identical to the status quo but put me in a better position.
  • Telephone Abuse

    6 Apr 2014 | 2:35 pm
    Date: January 21, 2013Location: it was an in-station phone, but I forgot which station. Does anyone happen to know? Used by anyone pitied with changesullied andyelled at,ripped apart;finally, left alonenot out of mercy:nowadays, you can carry your own personal phone to abuse.
  • Duck and Monkey

    30 Mar 2014 | 6:17 am
    Date: January 16, 2013Location: Bay Ridge Avenue station of the R-train Ever since Duck started smoking, he’d been too cool for pants. And if Monkey doesn't understand that or his smoking, she can just eat a banana for all he cares. My friend Joey Allgood was so kind as to draw a cartoon for this week's Subway Story.
  • keyChain Flashlight

    23 Mar 2014 | 5:26 am
    Date: January 13, 2013Location: Bay Ridge Avenue and 5th Avenue A ray of light shines out of her dog’s droppings. As she bends down, she realizes that Spot had swallowed the tiny keychain flashlight she had been looking for.
  • Self-Administered Justice

    16 Mar 2014 | 5:32 am
    Date: January 13, 2013Location: 80th Street and 5th Avenue in Brooklyn Just as Steve walked away, not paying attention to the street light, a car of the very same make filled with a gaggle of LGBTQ teens hit him, knocking him dead.(* the writing prompt was submitted by Subway Story-fan Amy R. from B.)
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