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  • South Williamsburg Primer

    nymag.com: Real Estate
    20 Apr 2014 | 8:22 am
    A seven-point neighborhood brief.
  • World’s Fair Memories

    NYT > New York
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:00 pm
    A reader who grew up in Brooklyn recalls a special outing.
  • Balloon Lets Builders Check Out Future Towers’ Views

    NYT > N.Y. / Region
    By ANNIE CORREAL
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:36 pm
    A big white balloon seen hovering over parts of Manhattan this week is photographing potential views from skyscrapers for architects and real estate developers.
  • FCC to propose new net neutrality rules in May

    News | New York Post
    Reuters
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:55 pm
    U.S. regulators are expected to vote on May 15 on a new set of so-called “net neutrality” rules aimed at making certain that broadband providers do not slow down or...
  • Jail guard hostage freed, three Ohio inmates detained after hours-long standoff at Trumbull County Jail

    Daily News - News
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:28 pm
    A negotiator talked down three Ohio inmates following an hours-long standoff Wednesday after the violent felons took a correctional officer hostage at the Trumbull County Jail in Warren, the sheriff said. David Martin, Richard Ware and Kevin Johns, inmates in a "high risk" section of the jail, ambushed guard Joe Lynn around 3:15 p.m. when he walked through their pod.
 
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  • FCC to propose new net neutrality rules in May

    Reuters
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:55 pm
    U.S. regulators are expected to vote on May 15 on a new set of so-called “net neutrality” rules aimed at making certain that broadband providers do not slow down or...
  • The day in photos

    Post Staff Report
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:03 pm
    Michael Phelps gets back to work, unrest continues in Ukraine, a snowman full of and more.
  • Supreme Court voids $3.4M payment for child porn victim

    Associated Press
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:35 pm
    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected a plea to make it easier for victims of child pornography to collect money from people who view their images online, throwing...
  • Iceberg 6 times the size of Manhattan roaming the ocean

    Reuters
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:44 pm
    Scientists are monitoring an iceberg roughly six times the size of Manhattan — one of the largest now in existence — that broke off from an Antarctic glacier and is heading into...
  • ‘Bionic eye’ gives blind man sight

    Danika Fears, Post Wires
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:05 pm
    A blind Michigan man is getting an eyeful thanks to a new high-tech operation. Roger Pontz, 55, who lost his vision from a degenerative eye disease he developed as a...
 
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    Daily News - News

  • Jail guard hostage freed, three Ohio inmates detained after hours-long standoff at Trumbull County Jail

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:28 pm
    A negotiator talked down three Ohio inmates following an hours-long standoff Wednesday after the violent felons took a correctional officer hostage at the Trumbull County Jail in Warren, the sheriff said. David Martin, Richard Ware and Kevin Johns, inmates in a "high risk" section of the jail, ambushed guard Joe Lynn around 3:15 p.m. when he walked through their pod.
  • PA board delays vote on 3WTC loan guarantees

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:18 pm
    THE LONG-STALLED development of the 3 World Trade Center tower is going to be delayed at least a little while longer. The Port Authority board Wednesday postponed a vote on a proposal to extend $1.2 billion in loan guarantees to help developer Larry Silverstein build the planned skyscraper, now stalled at eight floors.
  • Explosion at natural gas plant evacuates Wyoming town

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:01 pm
    Opal, a small town of 98 people, has been evacuated after an explosion and fire at the nearby Williams Gas Plant around 2 p.m. MDT Wednesday, said a plant spokesperson.
  • Joan Rivers blasts Cleveland ‘house of horrors’ vics: ‘They got to live rent free for a decade’

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Joan Rivers has no sympathy for the women locked in Ariel Castro’s Cleveland “house of horrors.” One day after comparing her daughter’s cushy Malibu guestroom to the three women’s decade-long plight - “those women in the basement in Cleveland had more space,” Rivers said Tuesday on the “Today” show - she doubled-down on the inappropriate joke and called the victims freeloaders.
  • SEE IT: Naked man stops Los Angeles traffic, climbs on car roof

    23 Apr 2014 | 5:54 pm
    WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The unidentified nudist filmed along the Pacific Coast Highway danced, wiggled and according to one witness ran and broke glass while entirely in the buff before crawling cars and several extremely patient firefighters.
 
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    CBS New York

  • Tavern On The Green To Reopen Following Major Restoration

    lcook34
    23 Apr 2014 | 7:04 pm
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – New York City’s landmark Tavern on the Green in Central Park reopens Thursday under new management. As 1010 WINS’ Roger Stern reported, people from the area were checking out the menu posted out front on Wednesday, happy to see that the restaurant really is coming back. play pause Tavern On The Green To Reopen Following Major Restoration 1010 WINS' Roger Stern reports “With my wife and family we’ve had events here in the past that were really meaningful to me, and I was sorry to see it close. I can’t wait for it to…
  • New Jersey Man Pleads Guilty To Charges Stemming From Crash That Killed 3 Relatives

    mjmontone
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:37 pm
    MORRISTOWN, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A northern New Jersey man who authorities say was driving drunk when he caused an accident that killed three relatives last summer has pleaded not guilty to several charges stemming from the crash. Luis Torres entered his pleas Wednesday during a brief court appearance in Morris County. He remains free on $750,000 bail. Torres is charged with aggravated manslaughter, vehicular homicide, assault by auto and drunken driving. Prosecutors say the 37-year-old Torres was driving home from a birthday-party barbecue when his sport utility vehicle overturned on…
  • Yankees’ Michael Pineda Ejected For Having Foreign Substance On Neck

    rmchatelain
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:25 pm
    BOSTON (CBSNewYork) — Michael Pineda might have gotten away with using pine tar against the Red Sox earlier this month. But his luck ran out Wednesday night. The Yankees right-hander was tossed in the second inning of Wednesday’s game at Fenway Park after Red Sox manager John Farrell alerted umpire Gerry Davis to a dark substance on Pineda’s neck. Davis walked to the mound, rubbed his finger on the right side of the pitcher’s neck and then ejected him. The Red Sox were leading 2-0 at the time. Pineda had a rough first inning, allowing two runs on four hits, including…
  • Officials Warn Of Increased Risk Of Brush Fires Thursday

    rmchatelain
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:15 pm
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Strong winds and dry conditions will raise the risk of brush fires in and around New York City on Thursday, officials are warning. As WCBS 880′s Jim Smith reported, the National Weather Service has issued “red flag” warning, which indicates a combination of dry fuels and weather conditions could support extreme fire danger and make fire fighting difficult. The FDNY and the city’s Office of Emergency Management are urging residents to be careful with outside barbecues and discarded cigarettes. The warning will be in effect for New York City…
  • Experts: When It Comes To Child Safety Parents Need To Get Back To The Basics

    mjmontone
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:09 pm
    NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — A tragic fire that took the lives of two 4-year-olds in Far Rockaway has raised questions about when parents should talk to their kids about safety. Investigators believe that the children killed in the blaze had been playing with a lighter. The tragedy highlighted just how important it is to teach children the basics at a young age. When it comes to teaching kids about online predators or the dangers lurking in school, most parents have the bases covered. However, experts say that focusing on the big issues may be causing parents to skip crucial steps when it…
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  • Girl Hurt by Falling Debris in Manhattan

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:46 pm
    A 12-year-old girl was hurt when debris from a construction site at a building on Manhattan's west side fell and struck her as she was walking, authorities say. The debris fell while the girl was walking with a parent near 53rd Street and 9th Avenue at about 6:15 p.m., the FDNY said.  She was taken to St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital and was listed in stable condition with minor injuries. The Buildings Department is investigating whether strong winds were a factor. 
  • Stowaway's Dad: "Allah Saved Him"

    RIYA BHATTACHARJEE
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:44 pm
    The father of a Santa Clara teen stowaway who survived a 5 1/2-hour flight from San Jose to Hawaii Sunday despite high altitudes, low oxygen and freezing temperatures tells the Voice of America that Allah protected his son. “When I watched the analysis about the extraordinary and dangerous trip of my son on local TVs and that Allah had saved him, I thanked God and I was very happy,” Abdilahi Yusuf Abdi, who lives in Santa Clara, told VOA's Somali service in an interview Wednesday. Abdi identified his son as Yahya Abdi, adding that he received the news about his trip in a phone…
  • Explosive Thrown Into Store, Setting Clerk on Fire

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:31 pm
    Police are searching for a man caught on surveillance video throwing a Molotov cocktail into a 24-hour mini-mart in Brooklyn, setting the clerk inside on fire. The suspect had an argument with the clerk inside 3901 Fort Hamilton Pkwy. in Borough Park in the early morning hours Wednesday, according to police. About an hour later, he returned to the store wearing a hooded sweatshirt and sunglasses, lit a bottle on fire and threw into the business, then ran away, police say.  The 34-year-old store worker's hair and jacket caught on fire. Co-worker Fidel Perez said he heard a big boom as he…
  • 5 Arrested in BK Gang Assault That Left Man Blind in One Eye

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:14 pm
    Authorities say five men associated with a Williamsburg neighborhood watch group have been indicted on gang assault and other charges in the brutal beating of a 23-year-old Brooklyn man that left him blind in one eye. The men are accused of attacking Taj Patterson of Fort Greene in the early morning hours of Dec. 1, 2013. The aspiring fashion design student, who is black, suffered a broken eye socket and torn retina from the assault.  "They came up behind me, they grabbed me, they punched me in the face, kicked me down, knocked me out," Patterson told NBC 4 New York in…
  • Century-Old Shipwreck Found in SF

    LISA FERNANDEZ
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:40 pm
    A steamship that sank with 16 passengers aboard in 1888 has been located again under the Golden Gate Bridge, leading to the release of new sonar images of the boat sitting upright, covered in mud. James Delgado, director of maritime heritage for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Marine Sanctuaries, called the rediscovery of the passenger ship the “City of Chester,” which was first located more than 100 years ago, quite remarkable. And not just because it was the Bay Area’s second most deadly shipwreck. The find is significant, Delgado said, because…
 
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    Curbed National

  • Blockbusters: Beachfront Stunner By a High-Society Standby Wants $45M

    Spencer Peterson
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:59 pm
    Though some Florida homes by upper-upper-crust society architect Maurice Fatio have been torn down and replaced with huge new contemporaries, many are still receiving ritzy renovations and commanding astronomical asks. The latest to do so is known as the Windansea—creatively named, one presumes, for its prominent features—and has a head-spinning $45M price tag, after last selling in 1996 for a humble $6.25M. No surprises there, given that Fatio designed homes for the Vanderbilts, the Wideners, Otto Kahn, and Marjorie Merriweather Post in his day, and nature knows they aren't…
  • Office Spaces: Motorola's New HQ Could Not Be Pinker or Sparklier

    Lily di Costanzo
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:15 pm
    Photo via Curbed Chicago Created by the Global Gensler firm—with maybe a few design pointers taken from some very girly middle schools—the extremely pretty new Motorola HQ is a vision of bright pink, sparkling neon signs, and quirky, interactive hangout spaces. Built to house 2,000 of the telecommunication company's employees, the 600,000-square-foot office occupies the top four floors of a massive commercial building in Chicago, Ill., complete with a 50,000-square-foot rooftop space. Like all cool, high-design offices, the space offers plenty of mini-kitchens and lounging areas—as well…
  • SET PHASERS TO STUN: Eames and Saarinen Should've Decorated the Star Trek Set

    Amy Schellenbaum
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Watch one episode of the original Star Trek—heck, watch one minute of the show—and it's clear how much the 1960s Space Age aesthetic, one marked by Googie architecture and post-war car culture, inspired its set designers. Still, the midcentury influence could have been way more explicit, as this vintage ad for Enterprise Cabinets teases. Oh if only the Starship Enterprise had Eames molded plastic chairs, fiberglass pendants, graphic starburst rugs, and Eero Saarinen's tulip chairs. Hubba hubba—swooning on all frequencies. Scan via Gizmodo · Star Trek Re-imagined as…
  • Lifestyles of the Rich and Richer: Hartz Mountain CEO Leonard Stern hasn't...

    Lily di Costanzo
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:45 pm
    Hartz Mountain CEO Leonard Stern hasn't had the best luck selling his $14.9M NYC apartment, so in order to bolster enthusiasm, he let New York magazine film tour of the place. Explore the 4,315-square-foot duplex's zen solarium and restaurant-worthy kitchen—"that's how a billionaire would make a really great grilled cheese sandwich," says the excitable broker tour guide of the fancy stove—this way. [New York via Curbed NY]
  • Globe Trotting: Catherine Deneuve Lists Resplendent French Chateau for $5.5M

    Spencer Peterson
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:30 pm
    For the past few decades, when Catherine Deneuve wasn't hanging out with princes and spending time at her L.A. mansion (which, fun fact, later housed multiple ABBA members and a hippie cult), the French actress and style icon often hung her hat at an appropriately stylish estate in the Parisian countryside known as Chateau de Primard. But though Deneuve made a name for herself playing modern, mysterious belle femmes for directors like Luis Buñuel and Roman Polanski, often wearing clothes by designer Yves Saint Laurent, who considered her a muse, her eight-bedroom, nearly 13,000-square-foot…
 
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    nyc BLOG estate | Manhattan Real Estate

  • Happy Earth Day | Go Green

    22 Apr 2014 | 5:11 am
    Our Planet Earth photos courtesy of Astronaut Sunita WilliamsGo Green for Earth Day! Green Big Apple | Green NYC   "NYC CARBON CHALLENGE"  PLANYC is a NYC sustainability program, PlaNYC,  encourages businesses, universities and other private organizations to cut greenhouse gas emissions, improve air quality and reduce the impact of climate change.Ten companies will participate in the Carbon Challenge and commit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions from their offices by up to 40 percent in the next 10 years. They include: American International Group,…
  • Hudson Yards the Nation's First Smart Neighborhood

    18 Apr 2014 | 1:01 pm
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/nycmayorsofficThe Hudson Yards, Manhattan's newest neighborhood will be the most connected, measured and technologically advanced digital district in the nation.Hudson Yards being built over a Long Island Rail Road yard, a once underutilized tract of land on the far West Side of Manhattan will be the first "quantified community" in the entire country. According to an article in Crain's New York, NYU, in conjunction with Related Cos. and Oxford Properties Group, will collect information on pedestrian traffic, air quality, energy production and consumption, and even…
  • 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…
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    nymag.com: Business and Money

  • Is This Normal?

    20 Apr 2014 | 2:43 am
    The uncertainty of our economic uncertainty.
  • The Answer Men

    20 Apr 2014 | 12:45 am
    McKinsey & Co. are supposed to know it all.
  • The Nap Revolutionary

    19 Apr 2014 | 3:35 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

    19 Apr 2014 | 1:14 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

    19 Apr 2014 | 8:08 am
    Nineties time capsule gutted.
 
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    The Caucus

  • Sunday Breakfast Menu, April 20

    By ELENA SCHNEIDER
    19 Apr 2014 | 11:33 am
    As runners prepare for the Boston Marathon on Monday, several lawmakers will discuss the new security measures at the race, one year after an explosion killed three people at the finish line.
  • 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.
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    nymag.com: Politics

  • Iowa Is Us

    20 Apr 2014 | 10:38 am
    Deflating a campaign myth.
  • Most Eligible Governor

    20 Apr 2014 | 8:41 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

    20 Apr 2014 | 7:19 am
    Public spaces, not virtual town squares, are still the places where uprisings are decided.
  • Primary Priorities

    20 Apr 2014 | 7:19 am
    Finally, slowly, the Republican presidential field is taking shape as aspirants begin courting early caucus and primary voters.
  • Jihad Wannabes

    20 Apr 2014 | 4:39 am
    The rise of the Walter Mitty radical.
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    City Room

  • Post Office Rules

    By ELLEN FUCHS
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:38 am
    Metropolitan Diary: A mild request by postal clerks, updated for the digital age, is seen on a sign in Queens.
  • New York Today: Balloon’s-Eye View

    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:52 am
    What you need to know for Wednesday: Looking down from 1,000 feet, gusty weather, and a police social-media effort goes awry.
  • I Am Not a Thief

    By SAMMIE CHUM
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:41 am
    Metropolitan Diary: Trying to do a good deed by delivering a package to its owner, a girl encountered only nastiness.
  • New York Today: A Proud Tree’s Second Life

    By ANDY NEWMAN
    22 Apr 2014 | 2:51 am
    What you need to know for Tuesday: Earth Day celebrations, warmer and eventually rainy weather, and a World's Fair gem reopens.
  • New York Today: The Mayor’s Bumpy Ride

    By ANDY NEWMAN
    21 Apr 2014 | 2:56 am
    What you need to know for Monday: resistance to banning carriage horses, more lovely weather, and a museum's expansion draws critics.
 
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    Baseball - NY Daily News

  • Pine Tossed! Yankees' Pineda ejected from Red Sox game for pine tar on neck

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:25 pm
    Yankee pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected from his start against the Red Sox Wednesday night after umpires checked him for a foreign substance at the request of Boston manager John Farrell.
  • Wright makes dream come true for double-amputee Mets fan

    23 Apr 2014 | 4:32 pm
    James Lozano's forever moment arrived at 3:45 Wednesday afternoon, when the double-amputee teenager from Queens blooped a batting practice pitch to short and took off around the bases at Citi Field, with his baseball idol David Wright chugging along behind him.
  • Connie Marrero, oldest living ex-MLBer, dies at 102

    23 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Conrado Marrero, the diminutive Cuban right-hander who pitched for the Washington Senators in the 1950s and in 2011 became the oldest living former Major League Baseball player, died in Havana on Wednesday. He was 102, just two days short of his 103rd birthday.
  • Cubs throw 100th birthday bash for Wrigley Field

    23 Apr 2014 | 12:35 pm
    For Wrigley Field, it really was the party of a century. Exactly 100 years after the Chicago Federals pounded the Kansas City Packers in the first game at the Chicago ballpark, Wrigley got quite the birthday bash on Wednesday afternoon.
  • Ellsbury stellar in Fenway return as Yanks ace Tanaka shuts down Bosox

    23 Apr 2014 | 12:54 am
    Masahiro Tanaka got his first taste of The Rivalry Tuesday night and was terrific once again. But the Japanese import, who’s quickly emerging as the Yankees’ ace, had to share the spotlight with someone who’s learning Yankees-Red Sox from a new perspective – Jacoby Ellsbury.
 
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    Yankees - NY Daily News

  • Pine Tossed! Yankees' Pineda ejected from Red Sox game for pine tar on neck

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:25 pm
    Yankee pitcher Michael Pineda was ejected from his start against the Red Sox Wednesday night after umpires checked him for a foreign substance at the request of Boston manager John Farrell.
  • Ellsbury stellar in Fenway return as Yanks ace Tanaka shuts down Bosox

    23 Apr 2014 | 12:54 am
    Masahiro Tanaka got his first taste of The Rivalry Tuesday night and was terrific once again. But the Japanese import, who’s quickly emerging as the Yankees’ ace, had to share the spotlight with someone who’s learning Yankees-Red Sox from a new perspective – Jacoby Ellsbury.
  • Yankees Insider: Relieved to have Robertson back

    22 Apr 2014 | 10:38 pm
    David Robertson said he was relieved to have returned from a left groin strain quickly and didn’t think he’d be rusty when the Yankees called on him to close. Robertson was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list before Tuesday night’s game at Fenway, and the return of his power arm “obviously lengthens our bullpen,” Joe Girardi said.
  • Coffey: Jacoby has one Ell of a return to Fenway vs. former team

    22 Apr 2014 | 10:27 pm
    The old brick place on Lansdowne St. isn’t his office anymore, and it didn’t take the center fielder for the New York Yankees long to find that out. At 10 minutes after 7 p.m. Tuesday night, Jacoby Ellsbury, No. 22 in road grays, came to the plate for the 3,205th time in his big-league career, and for the first time as a visiting player at Fenway Park.
  • Tommy John surgery recommended for Nova

    22 Apr 2014 | 10:24 pm
    This was supposed to be the season that Ivan Nova put it all together, that he trimmed the inconsistency from his pitching and bloomed into a star. Now the righty Joe Girardi says the Yankees “had high hopes for” faces a decision on whether to have season-ending Tommy John surgery. Nova, already on the disabled list, had an MRI arthrogram Tuesday that confirmed he has a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his elbow.
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    Mets - NY Daily News

  • Wright makes dream come true for double-amputee Mets fan

    23 Apr 2014 | 4:32 pm
    James Lozano's forever moment arrived at 3:45 Wednesday afternoon, when the double-amputee teenager from Queens blooped a batting practice pitch to short and took off around the bases at Citi Field, with his baseball idol David Wright chugging along behind him.
  • Mets Insider: Harvey the picture of health

    22 Apr 2014 | 11:23 pm
    When he isn't having fun stirring controversy with social-media pictures, Matt Harvey is pushing himself through his Tommy John rehab. The injured Mets ace is continuing to throw off flat ground from 90 feet. The next step is 120 feet, and then he will advance to throwing off a mound.
  • Grand Disaster: Mets offense still struggling in 3-0 loss to Cards

    22 Apr 2014 | 10:59 pm
    Curtis Granderson was supposed to be the free agent acquisition to add punch to the Mets offense - especially against right-handed pitching - but the veteran’s start in Queens has been a disaster. Granderson now has a career-long hitless streak - 22 straight at-bats - after another fruitless night as the Mets lifeless offense fell to the Cardinals 3-0.
  • Mejia aces Cards as Mets blank St. Louis 2-0

    22 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    It seemed like a long time ago. It was many injuries and several different roles ago at least. Monday night, Jenrry Mejia earned his first win over the Cardinals in four years, shutting them down for over six innings as the Mets beat them 2-0 at Citi Field.
  • Harper: Mets young guns could arm bullpen

    21 Apr 2014 | 9:55 pm
    The starting pitching gives these Mets a chance to surprise, especially if Jenrry Mejia is now a star on the rise. The offense is quite another matter, which practically rules out serious contention.
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    NYY Homepage News

  • Pineda ejected for having illegal substance on neck

    Bryan Hoch
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:18 pm
    Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda faces a likely suspension after he was ejected in the bottom of the second inning on Wednesday for having an illegal substance, believed to be pine tar, on the right side of his neck during his start against the Red Sox.
  • Gardner makes first career start in right field

    Bryan Hoch
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:33 pm
    Brett Gardner made his first Major League appearance as a right fielder on Wednesday against the Red Sox, a nod to the expansive outfield in that area and the relatively small amount of real estate to patrol in front of the Green Monster in left.
  • After 'nightmare' 2013, Jeter feeling refreshed

    Bryan Hoch
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:31 pm
    Maybe the most encouraging thing that the Yankees can say about Derek Jeter so far this season is that he has looked like himself, which is a refreshing change from the self-described "nightmare" campaign that the captain endured last year.
  • Mired in slump, Solarte held out of starting lineup

    Bryan Hoch
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:29 pm
    Yangervis Solarte is in his second offensive slump of the month, which prompted manager Joe Girardi to give the rookie infielder a day off on Wednesday against the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
  • Nova asks to get second opinion on right elbow

    Bryan Hoch
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:26 pm
    Ivan Nova has requested that noted sports orthopedist Dr. James Andrews offer a second opinion on his partially torn right ulnar collateral ligament, the Yankees said on Wednesday.
 
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    NYM Homepage News

  • To spark offense, Collins shuffles outfield, lineup

    Anthony DiComo
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:44 pm
    Attempting to emerge from their teamwide offensive woes, the Mets sported a new look atop their lineup on Wednesday, batting Kirk Nieuwenhuis leadoff and giving Eric Young Jr. a routine day of rest.
  • Farnsworth not the only ninth-inning option

    Anthony DiComo
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:44 pm
    If nothing else, the Mets have plenty of ninth-inning options should Kyle Farnsworth falter. Terry Collins threw another name into the mix on Wednesday, saying that he could envision Daisuke Matsuzaka closing in the future.
  • Blanked by Cards, Mets still searching for offense

    Anthony DiComo
    22 Apr 2014 | 7:58 pm
    Dillon Gee went six strong innings, but the Mets were flummoxed by Adam Wainwright in a 3-0 loss the Cardinals on Tuesday at Citi Field.
  • Photo prompts Harvey to delete Twitter account

    Anthony DiComo
    22 Apr 2014 | 3:36 pm
    Backlash over a photo that Mets pitcher Matt Harvey posted Tuesday on Twitter prompted the right-hander to delete his popular social media account.
  • Slumping Granderson remains in two-hole

    Anthony DiComo
    22 Apr 2014 | 3:35 pm
    Curtis Granderson started his third consecutive game in the two-hole Tuesday, as he attempted to work his way out of an 0-for-19 rut.
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  • Seahawks' Wilson files for divorce

    23 Apr 2014 | 2:54 pm
    Russell Wilson has filed for divorce from his wife of two years.The Seahawks quarterback released a statement Wednesday explaining the “difficult decision.”
  • Myers: Limping Eli not such a boot-iful sight

    22 Apr 2014 | 9:09 pm
    Eli Manning’s surgically repaired left ankle was wrapped up, and for protection, he was wearing a big, gray boot — not a good look for the franchise quarterback just 85 days before the start of training camp and 137 days before the season opener.
  • Giants RB Wilson ahead of schedule after neck surgery

    22 Apr 2014 | 8:47 pm
    If physical appearances were the determining factor, then Giants running back David Wilson would be penciled in as the starter for the 2014 season. Few players can fill out a uniform as well as the 2012 first-round draft pick.
  • New Giant Thurmond sparks Twitter dustup over 'best slot corner' boast

    22 Apr 2014 | 6:26 pm
    Walter Thurmond bragged on Tuesday that the Giants’ defensive backfield could be better than Seattle’s “Legion of Boom”. But that wasn’t the boast from the ex-Seahawk that caused the most shockwaves. They came when he called himself “the best slot corner in the league.”
  • Former Bills cheerleaders sue over unpaid wages

    22 Apr 2014 | 1:35 pm
    Five former Buffalo Bills cheerleaders are suing the team, saying they weren’t paid for their time at games or mandatory public appearances that left them open to groping and sexual comments.
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  • Donaghy suggests refs are on Nets' side

    23 Apr 2014 | 1:50 pm
    It's not just the Toronto media, the Raptors and its fans who are crying conspiracy. Disgraced former referee Tim Donaghy claims the league is pushing its officials to call a victory for the Nets.
  • This is what Shaq’s LinkedIn profile looks like

    23 Apr 2014 | 12:27 pm
    Shaquille O’Neal doesn’t need a LinkedIn profile. But he has one, and it’s getting a lot of attention.
  • Phil Jackson repeats he has no desire to coach the Knicks

    23 Apr 2014 | 11:45 am
    Phil Jackson’s significant other wants him to coach the Knicks - and we’re not talking about James Dolan. Jackson’s fiancé and Lakers part-owner Jeanie Buss favors Jackson sitting on the Knicks bench instead of in the front office, since it’s the “lower risk” scenario in terms of making the team a winner.
  • Phil hopeful Melo takes less to stay with Knicks

    23 Apr 2014 | 11:43 am
    The Knicks' biggest perceived advantage in retaining Carmelo Anthony this summer is supposed to be the $33 million more than other teams they can pay him in free agency.
  • Pacers' Lance Stephenson, Evan Turner reportedly trade blows

    23 Apr 2014 | 10:46 am
    After stumbling down the stretch, the Pacers are apparently fighting mad. Lance Stephenson and Evan Turner were reportedly involved in a fistfight on the eve of Indiana's first-round playoff series against the Hawks.
 
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  • Rangers Insider: Hit on Carcillo will get NHL look

    23 Apr 2014 | 12:06 pm
    The NHL reviews every incident and therefore undoubtedly will see the replays of Matt Read’s clip of Dan Carcillo in the neutral zone on Tuesday, which the Rangers forward described as “a shoulder pretty square to the chin.”
  • Confident Giroux says Philly will beat Rangers in Game 4

    23 Apr 2014 | 11:30 am
    It wasn't quite Mark Messier's 1994 Eastern Conference finals guarantee, but Flyers captain Claude Giroux did assert Tuesday night without qualification that Philly is "going to tie up this series" with a win in Game 4 Friday night at Wells Fargo Center.
  • Carcillo scores and taunts in 3rd as Rangers beat Flyers 4-1 in Game 3

    23 Apr 2014 | 8:53 am
    When Philadelphians wake this morning and look toward their iconic Art Museum, they’ll see the famed Rocky statue — and think of Dan Carcillo. The former Flyer menace turned Rangers agitator rubbed Tuesday night’s 4-1 victory in Philly’s face after scoring an insurance goal in a Game 3 win.
  • SEE IT: Bruins goalie nearly hit by octopus

    23 Apr 2014 | 8:18 am
    Tuuka Rask played like he had eight arms Tuesday night, perhaps inspired by the close encounter he had with an octopus before the Bruins goalie shut out the Red Wings.
  • NHL Playoffs: Habs moving on, Sharks push Kings to brink

    22 Apr 2014 | 11:49 pm
    Max Pacioretty lifted the Montreal Canadiens into the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs Tuesday night with a power-play goal with 43 seconds remaining for a 4-3 victory and a four-game sweep of Tampa Bay.
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  • Pregame Notes: Rangers at Philadelphia

    22 Apr 2014 | 5:00 am
    NEW YORK RANGERS at PHILADELPHIA FLYERS Tuesday, Apr. 22, 8:00 p.m. ET Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA Rangers: 1-1 Flyers: 1-1 TOMORROW'S GAME The Rangers will face off against the Philadelphia Flyers tomorrow, Apr. 22, at Wells...
  • 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...
 
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  • Ex-college football players beat homeless man unconscious: prosecutors

    23 Apr 2014 | 4:45 pm
    Two former college football players who went to high school together were charged Wednesday with beating up a homeless man.
  • New Paterno statue planned in State College

    23 Apr 2014 | 12:02 pm
    Less than two years after a bronze statue of Joe Paterno was ripped from Penn State’s campus, plans are in place to install a new statue of the football coach at a local bar.
  • 'Bully' BU women's hoops coach resigns

    23 Apr 2014 | 9:55 am
    Boston University women’s basketball coach Kelly Greenberg has resigned after some former players alleged she was verbally and emotionally abusive.
  • VIDEO: Navy baseball players sing ‘Brozen’  

    23 Apr 2014 | 8:17 am
    A pair of baseball players with the U.S. Naval Academy lip-synced their way to more than 1 million views with a song from "Frozen." The video that went live April 18 shows senior Matt Kilby, a pitcher, and Brad Borosak, an infielder with the U.S.
  • St. John’s guard D’Angelo Harrison wins Haggerty Award

    23 Apr 2014 | 6:21 am
    The St. John’s basketball season ended on a series badly struck notes but at least the awards season ended on a good one. The Red Storm failed in must-win regular season games against Xavier and Villanova, dropped a do-or-die Big East quarterfinal to Providence, missed the NCAA Tournament and then embarrassed itself as a top-seeded NIT team by losing its first-round game in a rout.
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  • Grand Street Campus baseball coach out for the season with health issues

    19 Apr 2014 | 5:04 pm
    If you want to know what a six-month-long roller coaster ride feels like, ask Melvin Martinez. It all started on Oct. 29 when the longtime Grand Street Campus baseball coach lost hearing in his right hear because of a “permanent virus” in his eardrum.
  • Jordan Brand Classic brings buzz to Barclays Center

    18 Apr 2014 | 9:22 pm
    The Nets might be starting their postseason on the road, but Barclays Center was still booming on Friday when the Jordan Brand Classic high school basketball showcase came to Brooklyn.
  • 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.
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  • NHL WAGs! These ladies heat up the ice

    23 Apr 2014 | 3:47 am
    Women love hockey players. Is it the lack of teeth? We don't know but there is something going on here as these ladies all have a thing for NHL stars.
  • NHL WAGs! These ladies heat up the ice

    23 Apr 2014 | 3:47 am
    Women love hockey players. Is it the lack of teeth? We don't know but there is something going on here as these ladies all have a thing for NHL stars.
  • Boston Marathon 2014

    21 Apr 2014 | 4:16 pm
    One year after two horrific bombings rocked the Boylston Street finish line, 36,000 world-class athletes banded together in the still healing city of Boston to run the 118th Boston Marathon on April 21, 2014.
  • Mike Woodson's highs & lows with Knicks

    21 Apr 2014 | 2:52 pm
    Mike Woodson is officially done as Knicks coach after two topsy-turvy years. Here's a look back at the good, the bad and the ugly from the Woodson era in New York.
  • Paul Pierce shoots Nets past Raptors, 94-87

    19 Apr 2014 | 1:50 pm
    Paul Pierce buried the Raptors in Game 1 of the opening round, scoring nine of his 15 points in the final three minutes of a wild 94-87 victory that started with a profane insult from Toronto's GM and ended with a broken shot clock.
 
 
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    Gothamist

  • Extra, Extra: Now De Blasio Is Coming For Your Fireplaces

    Nell Casey
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:44 pm
    Bieber's latest gaffe, Meg Ryan to HIMYM spinoff, missing parrot, Met buttons for sale, a pug who loves to eat and more day's end links. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]
  • Bratton Cool With #myNYPD Twitter Disaster 'Cause Most Photos Are 'Old News'

    Jen Chung
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:14 pm
    Yesterday, the NYPD's social media team got a bad taste of trending with its call for the public's photos with a member of the NYPD to be tagged #myNYPD. Most of the photos tagged were some of the police department's lowest moments—brutality during Occupy Wall Street or other protests or when a cop shot a homeless man's dog. Today, Police Commissioner Bratton said he wasn't too upset, telling reporters, "Most of the pictures I looked at, they’re old news. They’ve been out there for a long time." [ more › ]
  • Black Seed Debuts Its Upstart Bagels On The LES

    Nell Casey
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:36 pm
    This town fights for its bagels almost as fiercely as its pizza, so to open a new bagelry with even whiff of otherness takes some big doughy bagel balls. Noah Bernamoff of Mile End briefly put his out there in Red Hook late summer of 2012, only to have his efforts washed away by Hurricane Sandy's wrath. Now he's back with a new location, a new business partner and a kick-ass hybrid bagel he's ready to shove into our dough-obsessed mouths. [ more › ]
  • Brooklyn DA Will Stop Prosecuting Most People Who Get Busted For A Little Weed

    John Del Signore
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:15 pm
    New Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson appears to be living up to his promise to stop prosecuting individuals who are caught with small amounts of marijuana, according to a memo obtained by the NY Post. "When a defendant has neither a criminal record nor an open arrest or warrant, it makes no sense for the criminal justice system, including a District Attorney’s Office, to devote its scarce resources to lengthy case processing," the memo, which was reportedly sent to NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, states, adding that low-level marijuana arrests unfairly impact "young people of color." Indeed,…
  • Lawsuit Alleges FBI Uses No Fly List To Coerce Muslims Into Becoming Spies

    Rebecca Fishbein
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:45 pm
    The FBI has been using the No Fly List to coerce American Muslims into working for the agency as informants, according to an incendiary new lawsuit filed in Manhattan court this week. [ more › ]
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    nymag.com: Theater

  • The Season in Theater

    20 Apr 2014 | 2:18 am
    Carrie Fisher's one-woman show, the return of Ragtime, and more.
  • Waiting for Sienna

    20 Apr 2014 | 2:17 am
    Some movie stars hint at the potential for onstage greatness. Is Sienna Miller one of them?
  • The Mamet-O-Meter

    20 Apr 2014 | 2:17 am
    He’s an American master. But on big Broadway stages, David Mamet hasn’t always had an easy run.
  • Julie White Is Kafkaesque

    20 Apr 2014 | 2:17 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

    20 Apr 2014 | 2:17 am
    She already rocks out and writes books. Why not do a Broadway musical?
 
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    ArtsJournal

  • Toronto Symphony Lands A New Star CEO

    Douglas McLennan
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:07 pm
    “Several sources on the front lines of the cultural business say the TSO deal has been made, the contracts have been drawn up and the staff know Jeff Melanson is on board. That’s a huge step forward because he is known as a great fixer — and there’s no organization more in need of a big fix than the TSO.”
  • FCC Caves On Net Neutrality

    Douglas McLennan
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:21 pm
    “The Federal Communications Commission will propose new rules that allow Internet service providers to offer a faster lane through which to send video and other content to consumers, as long as a content company is willing to pay for it, according to people briefed on the proposals.”
  • What’s The Point? Speedreading App Makes You Faster But Who Cares If You Don’t Understand What You Rea?

    Douglas McLennan
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:23 pm
    “While it’s irresistibly alluring to feel as though you’ve suddenly stumbled on an ultimate life hack that enables you to consume knowledge at the pace of a legendary savant, it also makes you feel a bit like an epileptic robot.”
  • What Happened To The Theatres Of Shakespeare’s Time?

    Douglas McLennan
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:14 pm
    “William Shakespeare would be amazed at what we can learn about his world all these centuries later, just by walking around London for three or four hours and taking careful note.”
  • Taking The Kafkaesque Out Of Kafka

    Douglas McLennan
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:03 pm
    Whoever utters “Kafkaesque” has neither fathomed nor intuited nor felt the impress of Kafka’s devisings. If there is one imperative that ought to accompany any biographical or critical approach, it is that Kafka is not to be mistaken for the Kafkaesque.
 
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    Eater NY

  • EaterWire: Black Seed Bagels Sell Out; To Kill a Mockingbird at Egg

    Marguerite Preston
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:55 pm
    [Photo: Instagram; Instagram] LOWER EAST SIDE — After much anticipation, Black Seed opened today, and the crowds were out in full force for Noah Bernamoff and Matt Kliegman's wood-fired bagels. The shop sold out of bagels a little before 3 p.m. today, and Bernamoff says they went through over a thousand. The shop will be back in action tomorrow at 7 a.m. [EaterWire] WILLIAMSBURG — Egg is hosting a To Kill a Mockingbird dinner this Saturday as part of the Food Book Fair. The menu includes dishes like collard greens, salt pork and beans, cracklin' bread, and lane cake. The meal,…
  • Crunch Time : The Last-Minute Wednesday Night Reservation Guide

    Nick Solares
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:15 pm
    Eater scanned through all 1,500 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: · Toro (10:00) · Bar Bolonat (9:45, 10:00) · wd-50 (6:30, 9:30, 10:00) · 15 East (6:30, 9:00) · North End Grill (7:00, 8:00, 8:30) · Betony (9:30, 9:45) · Porter House NY (7:30, 8:15) · Annisa (9:00, 9:30) · Daniel (10:00) · Heartwood (7:30, 8:00, 8:30) · Marea (10:00) · Dirt Candy (6:00, 9:45) · Resto (6:00, 8:00, 8:30) · Charlie Bird (6:00) ·…
  • Wine: As Wine Culture Gets Older, the Sommeliers Get Younger

    Levi Dalton
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:45 pm
    [Estela by Krieger] Several years ago I slipped quietly into the back row of a professional wine tasting, took a seat, and began to wonder if drinking wine contributes to hair loss. Every head in front of mine was balding. Seemingly everyone else in the room was 50 years old or older. It is hard to imagine this scenario happening today, but back then the average age of wine buyers was much higher. Now the buyers at the tastings tend to be considerably younger, and the Instagram tag #birthyearwine has become more common as sommeliers are serving wines as old (or older) than they are. But what…
  • Delicacies: Carson Yiu, who runs the Smorgasburg...

    Marguerite Preston
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Carson Yiu, who runs the Smorgasburg stall Outer Borough, plans to sell stinky tofu at this year's Taiwanese Night Market event in Williamsburg on April 25. The notoriously rank ingredient is rare outside of Taiwan, but Yiu's mom makes it and sells it to Flushing restaurants. Yiu describes the flavor as "an old sweaty sock that married blue cheese." [BP]
  • The Shutter: The East Village location of South...

    Greg Morabito
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:55 pm
    The East Village location of South Brooklyn Pizza is closing at the end of the week. An employee at the slice shop tells EV Grieve that the owners plan to reopen in another space in the neighborhood, although no word yet on where that will be. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection a few years ago. [EV Grieve]
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    Racked NY

  • Listings: Tomorrow's Store Parties Will Style You From Head to Toe

    Laura Gurfein
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Mara Hoffman at her studio; Photo by Driely S. for Racked UPPER EAST SIDE—Join designer Mara Hoffman as she celebrates the launch of her collaboration with Havianas, featuring prints from her resort 2014 collection, on Bloomingdales' second floor tomorrow starting from 6pm. She'll be there to greet customers who aren't busy getting their beach-y hair look perfected at the complimentary Havianas Wave Bar. WILLIAMSBURG— Celebrate the start of the Echoes of Culture trunk show at Swords-Smith tomorrow from 6pm through 9pm with music and complimentary Brooklyn Brewery beers. Can't make it to…
  • Guys Buys: Shift Into Spring With These Eight Striped Crewnecks

    Mickey Sery
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Welcome to Guys Buys, our weekly segment dedicated to our male readers and the ladies who shop for them. Each week, our Menswear Specialist Mickey Sery will bring a roundup of seasonal products for men—whether you need some style assistance or just like to shop. Shifting into your spring wardrobe can be difficult, particularly when Mother Nature won't make up her mind. One item you can't go wrong with: a striped sweater. Whether you go the maritime route in navy and white, or mix it up with a bright color or black, this sweater won't let you down. We surveyed the stripes and found pullovers…
  • Free Stuff: Benefit Will Beautify Your Brows In a Truck Tomorrow, For Free!

    Laura Gurfein
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:25 pm
    Image via Instagram/@benefitcosmetics Are your eyebrows just a little too Cara Delevingne for your taste these days? Benefit cosmetics is offering to fix those puppies up for you tomorrow inside their brand-new PrimpMobile, which will be parked in front of Madison Square Park from 10am through 4pm. The best part? It's free, free, free. Benefit can tweeze or wax away the strays, fill in any empty spots, and tint for your perfect match. If needed, they can even start you off with a clean slate with a brow mapping—figuring out the best arch for your face shape. Outside of NYC? Check out the…
  • This Is the Best Thing You'll See All Day: Pet food brand Purina ONE found...

    Tiffany Yannetta
    23 Apr 2014 | 11:56 am
    Pet food brand Purina ONE found a huge, gaping hole in the market and promptly filled it with cats. They've just introduced the country's very first (and only) Cat Cafe on Bowery, where you can enjoy a coffee (or "cat'achino") and play with cats. If you can't make it down there before it closes on Sunday, Purina is livestreaming it. [Eater NY]
  • Above the Fray: Prices Start at $19 at the Scoop Spring Closet Clean-Up Sale

    Mickey Sery
    23 Apr 2014 | 11:45 am
    We popped into the Scoop NYC Spring Closet Clean-Up Sale right before today's opening. We'd recommend getting down there sooner rather than later, since a lot of the best pieces from the big labels will be snatched up fast. All categories are one price point, from $19 to $129, except for accessories or shoes, which are 50% off the last price marked. In the women's area, there are sizes from petite to large and 24-31 in bottoms. Women's outerwear is $129, and while the selection might be small we did spot a floral Marc Jacobs trench coat that was originally over $1,100. All dresses are $99; we…
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    The Cut

  • Here’s a Gawky Video of Prince William and Kate Middleton DJing

    Maggie Lange
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:54 am
    Here lies a fully awkward video of Prince William and Kate Middleton DJing. Is this what you wanted? Well, it's what you've got, because Australia is trying its gosh-darndest to make the royal couple cool before sending them on their merry way back to England. The Daily Mail reports that the past ... More »
  • Party Pics: Chanel’s Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner

    Erica Schwiegershausen
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:41 am
    Last night, Chanel hosted its ninth Tribeca Film Festival Artist Dinner, which honors the artists who contributed work to the award-winning films. Despite a light April drizzle, Soho’s Balthazar was packed with fashion and film darlings, who flitted from table to table dressed head to toe in Chanel. The most ... More »
  • Watch: Cara Delevingne on Kate Moss, Superheroes

    Véronique Hyland
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:10 am
    Social-media-bred supermodel Cara Delevingne can be charming even while lounging around and futzing with a tennis ball. In a new clip to promote Kate Moss for Topshop, Delevingne talks about how she idolized Kate Moss growing up, used to spend all of her "pocket money" at Topshop, and dressed like ... More »
  • Q&A: Honor Designer Giovanna Randall Talks Zosia Mamet, Fashion Zombies

    Véronique Hyland
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:05 am
    Fashion films tend to have an overly ethereal gloss (ably mocked by Vena Cava in the brand's Fashion Film video), which is why Honor designer Giovanna Randall's latest video struck such a chord. The five-minute short takes place in a graveyard and— not to give anything away, of course — involves ... More »
  • Women’s Musical Taste Changes With Their Fertility Cycles

    Maggie Lange
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:02 am
    A new sexy-time study from the University of Sussex suggests that women's taste in music changes with their ovulation cycles — and women who are at their most fertile claim to be way into men who make more complex music. What fresh news is this! Well, get ready for some more ... More »
 
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    Streetsblog New York City

  • DOT: Improvements to Broadway at Dyckman Street Coming in May

    Brad Aaron
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:35 pm
    Left turn bans and added pedestrian space proposed for Broadway, Dyckman Street and Riverside Drive. Image: DOT. Click to enlarge DOT should begin work next month on long-awaited improvements to a dangerous Broadway intersection in Inwood. Pedestrians are forced to negotiate long crossings while watching for drivers coming from different directions simultaneously where Broadway meets Dyckman/200th Street and Riverside Drive. There were 128 crashes there from 2010 to 2012, resulting in injuries to three cyclists, five pedestrians, and 10 vehicle occupants, according to DOT.  Last fall…
  • Panel: NYC Electeds Need to Get Serious About Funding Infrastructure

    Stephen Miller
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:45 pm
    From left, Jonathan Bowles of Center for an Urban Future, Chris Hamel of RBC Capital Markets, Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg, Chris Ward of Dragados, Denise Richardson of the General Contractors Association of New York, and “Gridlock” Sam Schwartz at this morning’s panel. Photo: Stephen Miller This morning, the Association for a Better New York, a business group, hosted a discussion on the city’s infrastructure. The focus was squarely on transportation, and the message wasn’t pretty. Panelists warned of dire consequences if elected officials…
  • TSTC and Manhattanites Call for Port Authority to Improve Bus Facilities

    Brad Aaron
    23 Apr 2014 | 11:24 am
    TSTC’s Veronica Vanterpool, center, and CB 4 chair Christine Berthet, to her right, outside the Port Authority Bus Terminal today. Photo: Madeline Marvar/TSTC The Tri-State Transportation Campaign joined locals in Hell’s Kitchen today to call on the Port Authority to invest in improved and expanded bus facilities to relieve pressure on local streets. With no more space left in the authority’s existing facilities, a growing number of buses are parked by curbs near the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Locals and advocates have long urged the Port Authority to remove idle buses…
  • State Interference in Nashville BRT Could Have National Implications

    Annie Weinstock
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:09 am
    Annie Weinstock is the regional director for the U.S. and Africa at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy. Nashville’s BRT project, the Amp, would devote a small amount of this asphalt to transit. Photo: Wikimedia Last week saw the quiet death of the misguided, Koch brothers-funded Tennessee Senate Bill 2243, which would have effectively banned real bus rapid transit in Tennessee. The Senate’s outrageous overreach, attempting to prohibit transit from using dedicated lanes, was conferenced with a far milder House bill, and the compromise allows the use of separate…
  • Big Cuts in Store for Seattle Transit After Voters Reject Ballot Measure

    Angie Schmitt
    23 Apr 2014 | 8:20 am
    Photo: Oran Viriyincy/Flickr It looks like Seattle’s Prop 1, the ballot measure that could have fended off major cuts for Seattle transit, did not win a majority of the votes in yesterday’s election. Counting will likely go on for a while now, but early returns show Prop 1 failing by about 10 points. Passage would have prevented Seattle Metro from cutting 17 percent of its service, secured through an additional annual $40 car registration fee and a 0.1 percent sales tax hike. As Martin Duke at Seattle Transit Blog put it, “The impact will be most severe on the…
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    Midtown Lunch

  • Hinata Ramen is Worth the Splurge

    Chris H.
    23 Apr 2014 | 8:01 am
    It’s fair to say that Midtown is currently in the midst of a ramen bubble that shows no signs of slowing down. Only a few years ago, Ippudo’s opening was a huge deal, we ate at Totto ramen a bit too often, and heck, we even had a celebrity ramen reviewer. Nowadays, the opening of [...]
  • Tuesday Earth Day Specials at Pizza by Cer Te

    The ML Team
    22 Apr 2014 | 7:46 am
    Today is Earth Day (who knew!?) and to celebrate Pizza by Cer Te is offering two different specials.  First off, it’s a two for tuesday! Starting at Noon you can get two slices of Margherita pizza for just $2 (in store only).  And if that wasn’t enough, all customers will receive a large 13” Eco-Friendly [...]
  • At Chicken House, a Banh Mi By Any Other Name Would be Just as Amazing

    Chris H.
    21 Apr 2014 | 7:01 am
    I’m rarely envious of my coworker’s lunches, but the other day, I looked up and saw this scene on a co-workers desk and couldn’t help but inquire where he’d procured such a gloriously gourmand beast of a sandwich. It was from Chicken House as it turns out, and seemed like a far cry from the [...]
  • Win A Pair of VIP Tickets to the Grand Gourmet

    brianhoffman
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:15 am
    The annual Grand Gourmet is returning to Grand Central Station on Thursday, May 1. On that evening, hungry attendees will descend on Vanderbilt Hall to sample as many dishes from the neighboring restaurants, bars, and cafés as humanly possible. Returning favorites like Grand Central Oyster Bar and Tulsi will be side by side with new [...]
  • Flatiron Lunch: We Are Lucky to Have Johny’s Luncheonette

    Sarah Zilinski
    18 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Every Friday we go south of the ML boundaries in search of a delicious lunch. Sometimes it’s Murray Hill south or the Flatiron District, sometimes Gramercy and everything in between- but we just like to call it Flatiron Lunch. Sometimes we have to take a minute to count our blessings and be thankful. And this [...]
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    Lost City

  • Lost City: San Francisco Edition: A Good Sign: Marquard's Little Cigar Store

    Brooks of Sheffield
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    "A Good Sign" hardly seems to do justice to the former Marquard's on O'Farrell and Powell Streets in downtown San Francisco. How about "A Really Good Sign," or "A Great Freaking Sign!"?Marquard's Little Cigar Store certainly didn't have a little sign. The sprawling signage—more of a marquee/awning/canopy than a sign, really—embraces the entire corner. Sadly, the sign is all that remains of Marquard's; there a rinky-dink hat shop in that corner space now. The building was erected in 1907. The cigar shop and newsstand (note the neon New York Times sign) went out of business in 2005, but the…
  • What Newspaper Lobbies Should Look Like

    Brooks of Sheffield
    22 Apr 2014 | 1:00 am
    Everyone who works at a newspaper should begin the day by walking into a building like the Chicago Tribune's. Perhaps it would remind them of the potential nobility of their profession and how journalism can be, and should be, a pillar of Democracy.The Tribune Tower was erected in 1925. It is the work of New York architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood (who went on to build the McGraw-Hill Building), who beat out famed Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen a famous 1922 contest to win the assignment. (Many at the time thought the modernist Saarinen should have prevailed over the more…
  • A Memory of Brooklyn's Happy Hour Movie Theatre

    Brooks of Sheffield
    21 Apr 2014 | 12:34 pm
    Over the years, I've heard a remembrance here and there of the Happy Hour Movie Theatre, or of two movie theatres that lined Columbia Street that that Brooklyn thoroughfare was a bustling shopping district (the other was the Luna, currently being replaced by a condo tower). But this is the most detailed account I've ever been sent: The Happy Hour movie theatre was located at 225 Columbia Street. During the 50s & 60s every kid in the neighborhood was there every weekend. They had a section in front for all unescorted kids so that the adults could watch the movie in peace. For your 40…
  • A Good Sign: Rizzo's Fine Pizza

    Brooks of Sheffield
    21 Apr 2014 | 1:30 am
    Old New York Pizzeria's often have good signage, but typically not of the neon sort. Rizzo's Fine Pizza in Astoria is a happy exception. That's got to be one of the peachier neon signs I've ever seen on a slice joint. And how many pizzeria's chose to describe their cuisine as "fine"?Rizzo's was founded in 1959 by the brothers Joseph and Salvatore Rizzo, along with their brother-in-law Hugo Lupi. Squares are the order of the day here. Rizzo's specializes in thin-crust Sicilian, an unusual pizza genre.
  • 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…
 
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  • Rents Soar While Income Falls in Brooklyn

    Cate
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:30 am
    Average rents rose 77 percent in Brooklyn while city wide real median income fell 4.8 percent from 2000 to 2012, according to a report out from the city comptroller described in The New York Post. The increases were the largest in any borough. A story in the Times implied that meeting Mayor de Blasio’s stated goal of keeping or creating 200,000 affordable units will not fix the problem: In an interview, Mr. Stringer said numeric goals were not enough. He noted that the Bloomberg administration spent $5.3 billion of city money and leveraged another $18.3 billion to both create new…
  • Community Boards Scuffle Over Atlantic Yards

    Cate
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    Three community boards are fighting over jurisdiction of the 22 acres that make up the Atlantic Yards development. Most of the complex, which runs along Atlantic Avenue near the intersection of Flatbush Avenue, is technically in Prospect Heights, with a small section in Park Slope. But the Community Boards don’t exactly follow neighborhood lines, so bits of it belong to CB 2, 6, and 8. Why it matters is not really clarified by a story examining the matter in detail in The New York Times. The CBs are responsible for things like trash pickup, liquor license reviews and noise complaints.
  • Wednesday Links

    Cate
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:30 am
    Vet Signs Five-Year Lease in Prospect Heights [NY Times] East River Floating Pool Set to Drop Anchor in Mid-2016 [NY Post] As Rents Rise, Some Stuck in Affordable Homes With Moving Too Costly [NY Post] Fort Greene Church Closing in June [NY Daily News] McGuinness, Deadly Greenpoint Road, to Become Slow Zone [NY Daily News] Fears Over Future of Iconic Brooklyn Heights St. George Hotel “Unfounded” [Brooklyn Eagle] Saint Ann’s Plan is a Theater Wrapped in a Warehouse [Brooklyn Paper] State: LICH Will Likely Close May 23 [Brooklyn Paper] Confessions of a Finance Guy Turned…
  • Tuesday Blogwrap

    Rebecca
    22 Apr 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Bushwick Inlet Park Gets Nod for Sustainable Architecture [Curbed] Meeting About Controversial North Brooklyn Boat Club [Greenpointers] Brooklyn Bridge Park Beach Nears Completion [BHB] Food, Entertainment and Family Fun This Saturday at the Prospect Park Fair [South Slope News] Nostrand Avenue Street Improvements to Be Completed by June, City Says [DNAinfo] Listings Go up for Former Police Station 72 Poplar in Brooklyn Heights [BuzzBuzzHome] Where to Get Art Supplies in Bushwick [Bushwick Daily] Photo by Joel Zimmer… Read More
  • Closing Bell: Brooklyn Heights House Tour Set for Mother’s Day Weekend

    Cate
    22 Apr 2014 | 1:00 pm
    There will be five homes, all with gardens or landscaped decks, on The Brooklyn Heights Association’s house tour this year. Also on the program are refreshments and guided tours of the sanctuary at the historic Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims. The tour takes place Saturday, May 10, from 1 to 5 pm. Tickets ($30 for members in advance, $40 for non members) can be purchased the day of the tour at St. Ann’s School at 129 Pierrepont Street, according to the Brooklyn Heights Blog. There is also a “patron brunch” for $300 a ticket in the morning.  For more info about the…
 
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  • Yes, One of NYC's Best Black and White Cookies is in a Midtown Salad Bar

    Niko Triantafillou
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:00 pm
    [Photographs: Niko Triantafillou] One of the best black and white cookies I've had this year didn't come from a 100-year-old bakery or a famous Lower East Side institution. It came from Dishes, the upscale sandwich shop and salad bar in Midtown East. Dishes' own Black and White Cookie ($2.50) features a standard glaze that's dry to the touch but delightfully soft when you bite into it. You can easily distinguish between the chocolate and vanilla halves, and as you'd expect, the chocolate is super sweet rather than dark. The cookie base is soft but not to the point of crumbly cake, a style…
  • Last Minute Discounts on New York Cooking Classes

    Rabi Abonour
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:00 am
    [Photograph: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt.] Every week we spotlight a dozen cooking classes sold through our partner CourseHorse to take in the weeks ahead. Some of the most popular classes CourseHorse offers sell out way in advance, but cooking schools like the Institute of Culinary Education and the Brooklyn Kitchen are now offering deals on last-minute-availability seats exclusively through us. Want a sweet deal on a cooking class? Here are three classes with discounted seats. Want to... Cook classic Northern Italian dishes. $90 (normally $100). Home Cooking New York, Saturday, April 26th, 6:00 p.m.
  • More About Patina, Serving Some of The Bronx's Best West African Food

    Chris E. Crowley
    23 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    Efo riro. [Photographs: Chris Crowley] Patina African Kitchen, we've written, stands out amongst the Bronx's ever growing cadre of West African restaurants. Since opening a year and half ago, it's become one of the borough's very best in genre, an exclusive club that counts beloved favorites including Bate, Ebe Yie Ye, and Papaye among its members. The banga soup alone was unique enough to warrant special mention, but as I've discovered, there's a lot more going on here. While West African immigrants to the Bronx hail from all over the region, the majority hail from Ghana. Accordingly, most…
  • 16 Great Ways to Eat Squid and Octopus in NYC

    Miki Kawasaki
    23 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    VIEW SLIDESHOW: 16 Great Ways to Eat Squid and Octopus in NYC Squid, octopus, and cuttlefish all belong to the class cephalopoda, which is noted for its bilateral symmetry, prominent head, and legs descended from primitive molluscan appendages. For us non-marine biologists, that spells out bouncy rings and curly tendrils of tender cephalopodan meat. We've rounded up 16 of our favorite dishes in New York that feature these creatures of the deep. From zesty calamari in Bensonhurst to live sannakji in Flushing, check them all out in our slideshow! Pulpo a la Gallega at Peix Bar De Mariscos…
  • Why Restaurants Should Keep Their Bread Baskets

    Andrew Coe
    22 Apr 2014 | 2:00 pm
    [Photographs: Andrew Coe] The scene: a trendy Brooklyn restaurant recently opened by a rambunctious former Top Chef contestant. The menu: small plates, mostly vegetables and seafood, often raw. Conspicuously missing: bread to wipe the sauce off the plates. The outcome: a considerably lighter wallet and a stomach still wondering, "When do we eat?" In an article in the latest The Art of Eating, Ed Behr states that contemporary chefs have a "disinterest in the role of bread." He bemoans this, because he loves bread, understands bread's central place in Western culinary culture, and believes that…
 
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  • Counting The Hits

    Fred Wilson
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:29 am
    Venture Capital is a hits business. All of the returns come from the top cohort of investments. So figuring out how many “hits” there are over a given time period turns out to be a useful exercise. Aileen Lee posted her attempt to do that on TechCrunch a while back. I countered with a post of my own on the topic. Those two posts started William Mougayar on a long process to figure out what the right number is. This week he published his findings. William has found 235 global “tech” companies that were started since 2000 that have gone on to be valued at north of…
  • CrowdRise

    Fred Wilson
    22 Apr 2014 | 3:36 am
    Yesterday the news broke about our most recent investment, CrowdRise. I wrote a bit about it yesterday on usv.com. I thought I’d add some thoughts here as well. Many of our best investments came to us over time. We did not invest the first time we met them, or the second, or the third. CloudFlare was like that, SoundCloud was like that, Behance was like that. Zynga was like that. FeedBurner was like that. And CrowdRise was like that. I told the story of how I met them in 2010 and we did not invest until 2014 in the usv.com post yesterday. Many things, like wine, get better over time.
  • Valuations?

    Fred Wilson
    21 Apr 2014 | 2:10 am
    I just listened to this podcast with Marc Andreessen, Chris Dixon, and Benedict Evans. And since the post I was going to write today is now delayed until tomorrow, I will simply run the podcast as my post of the day. Lot’s of great stuff in here. I particularly liked the bit (about 17.5 mins in) where Marc says “there’s no public market bet on bitcoin, there’s no public market bet on crowdfunding, etc, etc”.  We’ve got those bets and I hope we can share them with the public markets someday
  • Employee Equity: Too Little?

    Fred Wilson
    20 Apr 2014 | 3:47 am
    Sam Altman, who is now running YC, has a good post on employee equity that has been making the rounds this weekend. He makes four observations about employee equity: - employees don’t get enough - the requirement to exercise quickly upon leaving is painful - the tax treatment of options is closer to salary than stock - companies don’t tell employees enough about their stock and related information I generally agree with the latter three points. But I am not sold on the first point. We have seen some of our portfolio companies make very large grants to early employees and that ends…
  • Video Of The Week: The Gotham Gal on TWIST

    Fred Wilson
    19 Apr 2014 | 6:02 am
    Last summer, The Gotham Gal went on Jason Calacanis’ show, This Week In Startups. I had never watched it until this morning. It’s fun to see two people who know each other well (they worked together in the late 90s) do a conversation. It’s an hour long but there is some good stuff in here.
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  • The 25 Best Beaches In The World

    cbskapost
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:20 am
    Credit: flickr user nicolas vollmer This article is from Thrillist Nation We can all agree that after months of polar vortexes and a Winter that refused to quit, the idea of hitting the beach sounds pretty terrific, right? Well, we’re almost there. And to help get the ball rolling, we rounded up our favorite 25 beaches in the world. Credit: Flickr user Ryan M Bevan Ipanema Beach Where: Rio de Janeiro, BrazilWhy it made our list: There’s a reason bikinis and waxes are named after Brazilians. The city’s as sizzling as its sexy locals, and this renowned party beach is your…
  • The 25 Best Beaches In The World

    cbskapost
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:19 am
    Credit: flickr user nicolas vollmer This article is from Thrillist Nation We can all agree that after months of polar vortexes and a Winter that refused to quit, the idea of hitting the beach sounds pretty terrific, right? Well, we’re almost there. And to help get the ball rolling, we rounded up our favorite 25 beaches in the world. Credit: Flickr user Ryan M Bevan Ipanema Beach Where: Rio de Janeiro, BrazilWhy it made our list: There’s a reason bikinis and waxes are named after Brazilians. The city’s as sizzling as its sexy locals, and this renowned party beach is your…
  • The 25 Best Beaches In The World

    cbskapost
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:18 am
    Credit: flickr user nicolas vollmer This article is from Thrillist Nation We can all agree that after months of polar vortexes and a Winter that refused to quit, the idea of hitting the beach sounds pretty terrific, right? Well, we’re almost there. And to help get the ball rolling, we rounded up our favorite 25 beaches in the world. Credit: Flickr user Ryan M Bevan Ipanema Beach Where: Rio de Janeiro, BrazilWhy it made our list: There’s a reason bikinis and waxes are named after Brazilians. The city’s as sizzling as its sexy locals, and this renowned party beach is your…
  • It's Hard to Stay Single

    loveaddict
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:17 am
    I watched the smoke fade into the streetlamp, delicately – seductively – making it’s way from the lips of a stranger, only to disappear into the night. It was colder than I expected and I was weaker than I imagined, downing uncountable glasses of wine at this fine establishment in Paris. Le Parigot? Le Pearle? Le something. I couldn’t remember the name and they didn’t have it posted anywhere I could see from my window seat, covered up almost completely in my pashmina from Chinatown, waiting for the silence to be filled up with conversation. My mom examined her hands idly, while…
  • The 25 Best Beaches In The World

    cbskapost
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:16 am
    Credit: flickr user nicolas vollmer This article is from Thrillist Nation We can all agree that after months of polar vortexes and a Winter that refused to quit, the idea of hitting the beach sounds pretty terrific, right? Well, we’re almost there. And to help get the ball rolling, we rounded up our favorite 25 beaches in the world. Credit: Flickr user Ryan M Bevan Ipanema Beach Where: Rio de Janeiro, BrazilWhy it made our list: There’s a reason bikinis and waxes are named after Brazilians. The city’s as sizzling as its sexy locals, and this renowned party beach is your…
 
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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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  • Join us on Friday, April 25 for our first book talk for "Footprints in New York."

    Michelle and James Nevius
    22 Apr 2014 | 8:04 am
    Join us on Friday, April 25, 2014, at 7:00 p.m.for our first event to celebrate the launch ofFootprints in New York: Tracing the Lives of Four Centuries of New YorkersSTH RE:CREATION CENTER748 Union Street at Sixth Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn(Map)We are pleased to be the featured authors at the kick-off event for The Salon @ Spoke the Hub, a monthly evening of readings, plays, music, film, and informal performance curated by Chiwoniso Kaitano-Price and Donnaldson Brown.We will be presenting an illustrated talk highlighting some of our favorite stories from Footprints in New York,…
  • 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…
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  • It’s Outdoor Market Season

    admin
    21 Apr 2014 | 12:22 pm
    Outdoor market season is upon us! When the markets of Manhattan move back outdoors, that’s how you truly know the seasons have officially changed and it’s Spring again.  All of the best outdoor markets have now officially opened again (or are just about to) for the Spring/Summer season in NYC.  If you’ve got an upcoming Saturday or Sunday free and you’re looking to spend it wandering outdoor food & retail stalls, then these are the market’s that you should be checking out. Brooklyn Flea: The Brooklyn Flea officially moved back outdoors as of April 5th…
  • 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: Artichoke is the most popular new slice parlor of the last decade. The signature…
  • 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,…
 
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  • Kids’ Party Planning: 15 Expert Tips to Throwing a Fun & Stress-Free Birthday Bash

    Raven Snook
    23 Apr 2014 | 7:00 am
    My kid turns 9 this year so over the past decade I've thrown four parties at home, booked three party venues, made my mother-in-law do all the work once when I couldn't face it, and attended countless birthday bashes for my daughter's friends. With all that experience I learned one very important lesson: When it comes to planning kids' parties, I'm still a novice. Luckily in NYC there are plenty of actual kids' party experts willing to share the tips, tricks and wisdom they've picked up from hosting hundreds of children's bashes every year. So if there's a…
  • Free Learn to Code Pre-Mother's Day Event for NYC Moms and Girls

    Stephanie Ogozalek
    22 Apr 2014 | 7:00 pm
    In-the-know parents realize that coding is an important skill that will help children succeed in our increasingly tech-heavy world. And yet, computer programming still isn’t offered in most schools. That’s why Mommy Poppins is partnering with Code.org and Girls Who Code to help teach families how to do it at a pair of exclusive events. Join us for Coding + Cupcakes, a special FREE early Mother’s Day workshop where moms and daughters can learn to code together using Code.org tutorials. Find out how easy it is to code with help from volunteers from Girls Who Code, a nonprofit…
  • Astoria with Kids: Indoor Places to Play & Learn

    Kelly O
    22 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    We continue our series of posts about exploring Astoria, Queens with kids with a roundup of indoor places to play and learn in the neighborhood. When it comes to kids' classes, Astoria is one of Queens' biggest hot spots so we can't possibly list all of the wonderful programs on tap. Instead, we're highlighting places that offer drop-in sessions, as well as a few perennial family favorites that require longer commitments. Many of these spots attract residents from all over the borough . In fact, my kids and I come all the way from Sunnyside to hit The Yoga Room and…
  • Top 10 Cool Kids' Concerts: Laurie Berkner, Suzi Shelton, Pixar in Concert & More Live Family Music for Spring 2014

    Raven Snook
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:00 pm
    We finish up our spring culture coverage with a roundup of the ten best kids' concerts taking place this season. They're not all your usual kindie rock suspects, either. There are some seriously awesome-sounding family music shows coming up including a one-day-only concert by the queen of preschool rock, Laurie Berkner; a kid-friendly performance by former 10,000 Maniacs singer Natalie Merchant; an album release party for Brooklyn songstress and mom Suzi Shelton; and the New York Philharmonic's fun classical spin on Pixar movie themes. As usual, we've kept an eye on the…
  • NYC Roller Rinks: Where to Roller-Skate with Kids Including 2 Brand-new Brooklyn Rinks

    Raven Snook
    20 Apr 2014 | 9:00 am
    Back when I was growing up in NYC, I remember going roller-skating in Central Park during the summer. I'm not talking about Rollerblading—there was an actual rink with roller skates to rent, not just the enthusiastic Dance Skaters. In fact, there were indoor and outdoor rinks scattered throughout the five boroughs. It was the '80s after all. However, over the past few years, New York City has been seriously roller-skate challenged with only two rinks—one at Riverbank State Park, the other indoors at Staten Island's RollerJam USA—in all five boroughs. But…
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  • Anginetti Cookies – simple flavors that add to the joys of any Easter table

    admin
    17 Apr 2014 | 2:15 pm
    BY ELENA MANCINI One of my fondest Easter memories growing up  Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 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 [...]
  • 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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  • An Easy Spring Walk in Central Park: From the Museum of Natural History to the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Teri Tynes
    21 Apr 2014 | 6:10 pm
    I don't see the harm in updating this site once and awhile, especially when the grass is green and the flowers are out in Central Park.Easter SundayApril 20, 2014 11:20 a.m.Central Park, New YorkOn Easter Sunday, I had arranged to meet a friend on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art at noon for an excursion around the galleries, an experience I dubbed "high church." Easter SundayApril 20, 2014 11:24 a.m.Central Park, New YorkI live on the west side now, about as far up Manhattan as you can go, but I find the A and the C trains extremely useful in taking me downtown to the…
  • 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,…
 
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    City Room

  • Post Office Rules

    By ELLEN FUCHS
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:38 am
    Metropolitan Diary: A mild request by postal clerks, updated for the digital age, is seen on a sign in Queens.
  • New York Today: Balloon’s-Eye View

    By ANNIE CORREAL and ANDY NEWMAN
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:52 am
    What you need to know for Wednesday: Looking down from 1,000 feet, gusty weather, and a police social-media effort goes awry.
  • I Am Not a Thief

    By SAMMIE CHUM
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:41 am
    Metropolitan Diary: Trying to do a good deed by delivering a package to its owner, a girl encountered only nastiness.
  • New York Today: A Proud Tree’s Second Life

    By ANDY NEWMAN
    22 Apr 2014 | 2:51 am
    What you need to know for Tuesday: Earth Day celebrations, warmer and eventually rainy weather, and a World's Fair gem reopens.
  • New York Today: The Mayor’s Bumpy Ride

    By ANDY NEWMAN
    21 Apr 2014 | 2:56 am
    What you need to know for Monday: resistance to banning carriage horses, more lovely weather, and a museum's expansion draws critics.
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    The New Yorker

  • A Letter from a Prolific Correspondent

    The New Yorker
    23 Apr 2014 | 3:10 pm
    I am delighted with Andrew Marantz’s recent piece about me, but I have three small bones to pick.
  • Consider the Egg

    Alexandra Schwartz
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:16 pm
    Ukrainian Easter eggs dangled from pegs stuck into a map the country, casting long shadows over the gray territory below.
  • Audio Slide Show: Peter Schjeldahl on Sigmar Polke

    The New Yorker
    23 Apr 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Schjeldahl calls the Polke retrospective “the most dramatic museum show of the century to date.”
  • The N.Y.P.D. Misfires

    Matthew McKnight
    23 Apr 2014 | 8:16 am
    The N.Y.P.D. asked Twitter followers to share photo of themselves with officers. Images of what looked like police brutality flooded in.
  • How Much Gay Sex Should a Novel Have?

    Caleb Crain
    23 Apr 2014 | 7:22 am
    If a gay writer is at all ambitious, he will have fairly complicated opinions about sexual arousal in prose.
 
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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

  • Oak Hill Union Local Schools Save Taxpayers $156,902 in One Year Through Energy Conservation Measures

    Janice Sand
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:01 am
    TIPP CITY, Ohio /New York Netwire/ -- Oak Hill Union Local Schools this week announced that the District has saved $156,902 during the first year after implementing an energy conservation project with Energy Optimizers, USA, a Tipp City, Ohio based company.Published at Oak Hill Union Local Schools Save Taxpayers $156,902 in One Year Through Energy Conservation Measures.
  • EaseUS Partition Master 10.0 brings more useful functions, and 100,000 users upgrade in one day after release

    Janice Sand
    22 Apr 2014 | 2:40 pm
    NEW YORK, N.Y. /New York Netwire/ -- EaseUS Software, a leading provider of storage management, data backup and disaster recovery software, recently announced the important upgrade of its famous partition management utility - EaseUS Partition Master 10.0 - which already has received numerous praise from both users and professional reviewers. More than 100,000 users finished the upgrade within one day.Published at EaseUS Partition Master 10.0 brings more useful functions, and 100,000 users upgrade in one day after release.
  • Sales Spike Due to Launch of Therapy Partner 3.0 and New Integrated Scheduling, Billing, and Progress Note Features

    Janice Sand
    22 Apr 2014 | 1:18 pm
    DENVER, Colo. /New York Netwire/ -- Sixty days after launch, Therapy Partner Corporation reports a quarterly spike in new sales secondary to launch of their new product release Therapy Partner 3.0. Version 3.0 is the most advanced technology application released by Therapy Partner to date, a company known for bringing advanced technology to the business of practice market.Published at Sales Spike Due to Launch of Therapy Partner 3.0 and New Integrated Scheduling, Billing, and Progress Note Features.
  • President Obama will be asked to consider the early release of famous con man Steve Comisar currently in Federal Prison

    Janice Sand
    22 Apr 2014 | 10:22 am
    WASHINGTON, D.C. /New York Netwire/ -- Prominent Texas defense attorney Jeremy Gordon will ask President Obama to commute the sentence of famous con man and actor Steve Comisar, who is currently in federal prison serving an 'excessive sentence' for fraud.Published at President Obama will be asked to consider the early release of famous con man Steve Comisar currently in Federal Prison.
  • Massey Consulting announces their 2014 ‘Make Your Beans Count’ series webinar schedule for CPAs and CPA Firms

    Janice Sand
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:00 am
    RALEIGH, N.C. /New York Netwire/ -- Massey Consulting, a North Carolina-based accounting software reseller, today announced the release of their 2014 webinar schedule for CPAs and CPA Firms, entitled 'Make Your Beans Count.' This new webinar series is designed to present a variety of educational topics for CPAs.Published at Massey Consulting announces their 2014 ‘Make Your Beans Count’ series webinar schedule for CPAs and CPA Firms.
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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

  • Here and There in NYC

    Full Access NYC
    23 Apr 2014 | 4:10 pm
    By Seth Fera-Schanes Wander around nyc for 10 minutes and chances are you will find something that makes you want to bring out your camera and take a picture.  Well, at least reach into your pocket and grab your smartphone for a quick pic.  Then you can apply a filter and share something on instagram.  At least that is how I feel (and what I do…) Filed under: Bronx, Manhattan Tagged: photo tour, photography, Seth Fera-Schanes
  • 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…
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    Long Island Pulse

  • New York Travel Festival

    info@lipulse.com
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:01 pm
    Unlike the other generic trade show-like travel conferences, the more intimate New York Travel Festival goes beyond brochures and vendor booths and brings you face-to-face with the industry’s movers and shakers. The NY “TravFest” hosts panels, interactive discussions, and hands-on workshops dealing with hot-button travel topics and trends that will inspire and enhance your travel planning. This show is about making direct access to travel industry experts easy. Held in Manhattan’s charming Bohemian National Hall, the festival for tech-savvy, immersive travelers starts at 9am on…
  • 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…
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    East Village Vibe

  • Gelato and More (But Mostly Gelato) at Fresco

    Jay Miller
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:57 am
    Photo from Yelp. It was about 60° out. That could only mean one thing: Ice cream. I was hanging out with Jacob and we agreed that the best way to celebrate spring was to give winter the middle finger by eating ice cream way too early in the season. But Davey’s was closed and we’d been to most of the other great East Village ice cream parlors. But we hadn’t been to Fresco Gelateria yet. Fresco is a café rather than a simple parlor like Big Gay Ice Cream or Lula’s Sweet Apothecary. They have tables and chairs, power outlets, and a menu including coffee and pastries. We noted the…
  • Strong Drinks and Comfy Chairs at Shoolbred’s Happy Hour

    Jay Miller
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:02 am
    Photo from Shoolbred’s. Jacob and I really love happy hours because they’re the best way to relax on the cheap after a long day at work. So when we caught sight of Shoolbred’s deal on the way to the bus we had no choice but to go in. After all, one does not simply ignore a two-for-one special on all drinks. Yes, you read that right: All drinks. Shoolbred’s is run by The Church Group, a small chain of elegant bars that includes Ninth Ward—a favorite of mine—which is just a block south of Shoolbred’s. So it should be no surprise that Shoolbred’s is fantastically well-accoutered,…
  • Stay Frosty with Travis Sullivan’s Bjorkestra

    Jay Miller
    21 Apr 2014 | 6:03 am
    Photo from The Bjorkestra. You guys! It’s finally, like, warm! Ish. It’s warmish. But that means it’s the perfect time to chill out with an Icelandic sensation’s cover band. And The Bjorkestra isn’t just a cover band; it’s a jazzy big band with an impressive array of genres and recording credits. They’re a New York original, taking Björk’s mind-bending spread of styles and reinterpreting them in even more new ways. Björk is an incredible artist who started performing when she was 11 and whose discography includes just one hit in the Hot 100 … but six Top 10 Dance hits,…
  • 75 First Avenue Looks to be Underway

    Jacob Donnelly
    18 Apr 2014 | 6:03 am
    Photo from Orange Management. More development is beginning in the East Village as 1st Ave. b/t 4th & 5th Sts. is turned into a new building. For those unfamiliar with the area, this residential building will be directly to the left of the Rite Aid if you’re across the street from it. It’s been nine years since Anthony Marano, an ex-Corcoran broker, bought the property for $3.5 million. Originally, he had wanted to put a 14-story building there, but the zoning board gave him a big, fat no. Clearly, he’s back again and this time, the building looks a little more…
  • 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…
 
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    Tracy's New York Life | A Blog About Life in New York City

  • Don't Piggyback Through Tolls; Horse Lives Good Life in Central Park; Surgery to Fit in Designer Shoes, and More

    Tracy Kaler
    23 Apr 2014 | 7:35 am
    THE WORD'S OUTby Tracy KalerSit in traffic and pay the $13 toll. {credit}Don't piggyback through toll booths. Suck it up and pay because you will get caught, like this cabbie. (Yahoo News)Temperatures run the gamut this time of year, so Sheri Silver offers a few helpful hints about how to dress until we officially warm up in New York. (Donuts, Dresses and Dirt)New York's many murals are worth visiting.  (Hyperallergic) If your feet are too fat like mine, consider foot surgery to fit into those designer shoes you love.  (NY Times)How far would you go to…
  • Violet on Broadway: More Than Meets the Eye

    Tracy Kaler
    22 Apr 2014 | 8:20 am
    A Theatre Review by Rori NogeeViolet opened at the American Airlines theater on April 20. {credit}Amidst the glitter and glitz of Aladdin and the epic power ballads of Les Miserables, sits Violet, a quiet, intimate gem where acting and story take center stage over spectacle. Presented by Roundabout Theatre Company, this is the show's first turn on Broadway after an Off-Broadway run in 1997 and an Encores! Concert just last year.The story occurs in 1964 and centers around Violet (Sutton Foster),  a young woman from North Carolina who bears a scar on her face, the result of an axe blade…
  • Pack Your Perfect New York City Picnic

    Melissa Kravitz
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:58 pm
    THE TWENTY-SOMETHING FOODIEby Melissa KravitzSo many sunny days for picnics lie ahead {credit}Picnic season has finally arrived! Set up your blanket in one of the city's many green spaces, from Central Park to Prospect Park, and pack your basket with some of New York's best picnic fare.  Visit these spots, or have your picnic group divide and conquer to assemble a fantastic outdoor meal with tasty food from NYC's best gourmet shops.  Bread.  Pick up a fresh baked loaf from Amy's Bread.  The Manhattan bakery makes over 20 different doughs daily with each formed into a…
  • 4th Annual Tasting Brooklyn: Eat, Drink, Be Merry

    Tracy Kaler
    21 Apr 2014 | 9:27 am
    THE BBQSStraight from the outer boroughsby Tracy KalerIt's no secret that the Brooklyn food scene has exploded over the past few years. In fact, you'll find a diverse selection of eats in most every neighborhood in the borough of Kings. We've featured eateries in areas like Carroll Gardens, Prospect Heights, Bay Ridge, and Greenpoint, right here on Tracy's New York Life. Likewise, with the array of scrumptious places to dine and imbibe in our great city, sometimes choosing our next meal out is one of our biggest challenges. (This is an excellent challenge to have!)Read more »
  • My Favorite Spring Blog Posts of All Time

    Tracy Kaler
    18 Apr 2014 | 8:13 am
    by Tracy KalerSpring is in full swing!Spring is my favorite season in New York. In mid-April, blooms begin to add accents of color to the dull, gray cityscape. By early May, the city is in full green with daytime temperatures in the high 60s and low 70s. Meanwhile, early morning and nighttime numbers linger in the 50s, ideal for sporting a spring coat.With Easter, Passover, warmer weather, and the changing landscape around town, New Yorkers emerge from their apartment cocoons and fill the streets, parks, shops, and sidewalk cafes.Spring also provides a host of topics to blog about. I looked…
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  • Face Off

    20 Apr 2014 | 1:47 pm
    Date: March 29, 2013Location: 86th Street and 5th Avenue in Brooklyn Mr. Permut, here is my movie idea: Easter Bunny hides a nuclear egg. Cop from Brooklyn switches faces with it to recover the egg. Big Explosions. Nicholas Cage.
  • 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.
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