All Blogs / Local Interest / United States / New


President Obama's Half Brother Announces He's Voting For Donald Trump

41 minutes agoUnited States / New York : Gothamist

Last week's Republican National Convention showed that there are some cracks in the GOP's unity thanks to Ted "Vote Your Conscience" Cruz's primetime non-endorsement of Donald Trump. Just when Democrats thought they could kick their feet up though, the New York Post has a bombshell story revealing discord in America's first family. Show More Summary

Sunday Morning Coming Down: Verizon And Yahoo's $5 Billion Deal

Star firefighter, Manson follower parole denied, tiny hero dog. [ more › ]

First Slice 7/24/16: Buckhead condo hi-rise skirts water and sewer bills, resident says

A resident of a Buckhead condo hi-rise says the building's homeowners' association has managed to avoid paying for water and sewer service for more than a decade. That's gotta make for an awkward elevator ride. A Kirkwood apartment complex...Show More Summary

… The Komodo Dragon, the Jello Stains, the Manslaughter Conviction…

Frat boy: Okay, guys, to recap: We’re not going to tell my parents about getting arrested, the Xanax, my nipples… Other guys, in unison: Got it. –Canal & Lafayette Overheard by: klulita

Dead Body Found In Crown Heights Park

A man walking his dog in Brooklyn's Brower Park made a grisly discovery Saturday afternoon when he found a dead body in the Crown Heights park. [ more › ]

5Church Chef RJ Cooper Schools ACFB Simple Abundance Class August 8

James Beard award-winning chef RJ Cooper is stepping out from newly opened 5Church Atlanta at 14th and Peachtree streets to lead the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) Simple Abundance class on Monday, August 8 from 7-9 p.m. at The Cook’s Warehouse Midtown. Show More Summary

Man Dies After Being Crushed By Bronx Store's Elevator

A worker at a Bronx store was killed after being pinned between the store's elevator and the first floor. A friend said, "It’s just shocking. He worked here seven days a week." [ more › ]

Sunday Poll: Impression of St. Louis’ New Riverfront?

On June 2nd Lenore K. Sullivan Blvd was reopened to pedestrians since it was rebuilt and raised up. A few days later it was opened to vehicles. Today’s poll: Impression of St. Louis' new riverfront? The poll will close at 8pm. — Steve Patterson

5 things to do: The Essentials of Cooking

Sunday, July 24, 2016 Chihuly in the Garden at Atlanta Botanical Garden …

Today's Top 5: Sunday

Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, July 24, 2016 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • Tunes for Tarrah at Evening Muse • Urban Gypsy Traveling Trunk Show at Tuft • Sarah Jarosz at McGlohon Theater • Paint Session at Rocky River Vineyards • Snoop Dogg w/ Wiz Khalifa at PNC Music Pavilion …

D.C.-area forecast: Heat wave rolls on today; could be incredibly hot tomorrow

Still very hot today, just not quite as brutal as yesterday. The chance to see 100 comes back tomorrow.

Man's body found in area burned by Sand Fire in Santa Clarita area

Sheriff's homicide detectives were investigating the death of a man whose body was found in the area burned by the Sand Fire in Santa Clarita Saturday night. The man’s body was found in the 26700 block of Iron Canyon Road around 7:20 p.m., sheriff’s official said. No other information was immediately...

Trump knows his personal income but it's none of Crain's business

Two days before Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announced Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, he spoke to Crain’s about more parochial issues that may shape how... To view the full story, click the title link...

New York Democrats need more than Clinton to oust GOP from power

Donald Trump has not put New York in play in the presidential race. But Hillary Clinton is a much weaker candidate than Barack Obama was, and the likely result is that the state GOP remains standing... To view the full story, click the title link.

Taking cues from the wedding industry, a Harlem funeral home diversifies its services

Some of New York’s more successful mortuary families have adapted their approach to funerals and diversified their business holdings. To view the full story, click the title link.

How a funeral home in Italian-Catholic Dyker Heights opened up to Chinese customers

In 2001, Joe Aievoli put up a small sign in Chinese on the Aievoli Funeral Home in Dyker Heights, which had been serving the area’s largely Italian Catholic population since 1900. “People... To view the full story, click the title l...

Expertise in repatriation and Islamic customs helps a Sunset Park funeral home thrive

Pat Marmo, owner of Daniel J. Schaefer Funeral Home in Sunset Park, knew his traditional base of Irish and Scandinavian customers was leaving the area, but he didn’t panic. “Those... To view the full story, click the title link.

Grave situation for city's funeral homes as death rate drops and customs change

After 40 years of working in Williamsburg, Keith Senko thought he’d heard and seen it all. He grew up in the family business, Senko Funeral Home, founded in 1928 on Bedford Avenue. He’d... To view the full story, click the title lin...

Cuomo's ads won't lure Florida businesses back

To the Editor: After reading “Just getting started” (July 11) about Start-Up NY, I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. I moved my residence and business base to Florida from New... To view the full story, click the title link.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC