Stephen Colbert touched on Donald Trump's field trip to the Smithsonian's new Museum of African American History and Culture ("he was so worried Steve Bannon wouldn't sign his permission slip") and the new immigration ban orders, but...Show More Summary
Anti-Trump demonstrators poured into the Upper West Side Monday, filling Columbus Circle and numerous blocks of Central Park West. The "Not My President's Day" rally was the latest in a steady stream of actions against the Trump administration;...Show More Summary
To sell or not to sell. That is the question facing owners of publicly backed co-op units at a Mitchell-Lama building in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. The shareholders at St. James Towers are scheduled to... To view the full story, click the title link.
It opened in 2003, at the height of the Sex and the City era.
Because Chris Christie might have a second career as a sports radio jockey, check out today's end-of-day links: pineapple pizza jokes, 'La La Land' reimagined with Kermit and David Lynch, Mar-A-Lago conflict of interest, and dog hates phone alarm. Show More Summary
Boycotts tend to make a lot of noise, and the #GrabYourWallet campaign, which targets stores that sell brands associated with President Donald Trump or his family, might be noisier than most.... To view the full story, click the title link.
Last month, Netflix released the first trailer for their big original movie, The Discovery, which seemed like the perfect thing to whet your craving for more The O.A.-style supernatural/spiritual thrillers about death, storytelling and the hereafter. Show More Summary
The Anti-Defamation League announced that it received an anonymous bomb threat called into its national headquarters in Midtown Manhattan today. The threat, which was found to be not credible, is now the focus of a law enforcement investigation. [ more › ]
Politico reports that former campaign officials with the Trump team say that "the key to keeping Trump’s Twitter habit under control...is to ensure that his personal media consumption includes a steady stream of praise." Which, you know,...Show More Summary
At a Bronx rally packed with supporters Wednesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo defended the Affordable Care Act and warned that Washington is abandoning the middle class. "We say people need health care. The... To view the full story, click the title link.
Jay Z will become the first rapper ever inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame when he enters the prestigious organization in June. The Songwriters Hall announced Wednesday that songwriting... To view the full story, click the title link.
Even before he ascended to the presidency, there was a national conversation going on about the state of Donald Trump's mental fitness (or lack thereof). Was he merely unstable? Was he a textbook narcissist? Or was he just a classicShow More Summary
With the Trump administration poised to lift federal guidelines regarding transgender rights at public school bathrooms, Mayor Bill de Blasio is letting New Yorkers know where he stands. [ more › ]
Certain segments of the internet were delighted with the fall of Milo Yiannopoulos, the bigot idiots think are smart because he has a British accent, after he lost his book deal and resigned from his position at Breitbart just a day after old comments he made saying that pedophilia was no big deal resurfaced. Show More Summary
While the Trump administration stays busy protecting this planet from breathable air and transgender teens, scientists have discovered seven previously unknown "Earthlike" planets orbiting a single star in a nearby solar system. Seven new planets! "Earthlike!" No Trump! No Sessions! No Pruitt! No DeVos! No Bannon! No Pence! OMG DO YOU THINK THEY HAVE PANDAS??? [ more › ]
In a very familiar-sounding argument, they point out 20 percent of their workforce is foreign.
The new head of a panel advising the government on modernizing air-traffic control is calling on the U.S. to take on one of the most difficult political and technical challenges: the crowded skies... To view the full story, click the title link.
Nonprofit developers say they are the best stewards of the city's affordable housing stock, but because they are so far down the real estate food chain, they can't compete with their for-profit... To view the full story, click the title link.
Yesterday, the city was briefly enraptured by a brave bull that fled its Jamaica slaughterhouse and led cops on a wild chase through the streets of Jamaica, Queens. Sadly, the bull died shortly after cops shot it with tranquilizer darts—a fate all the more tragic considering he was about to be rescued by an animal sanctuary in New Jersey. Show More Summary
Will New Yorkers follow suit with the people of Tokyo and line up to eat steak standing up? The folks behind Ikinari Steak are betting so, opening up the first United States location of their standing steakhouse concept that's blown up in Japan since first opening in 2013. Show More Summary