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Here's the Problem with New York's Young Professionals

If my landlord was a human being instead of a management company and could greet me in the hallway as I return from work, panting, headphones in, she would file me away under young professional and also probably kind but withdrawn, which is fine because that's the type that pays rent on time. Show More Summary

Here Comes The Snow: Travel Advisory Issued Through Wednesday

A pair of storms bearing wet, heavy snow are expected to #bless the New York City area today and tomorrow, and last night mayor Bill de Blasio issued a citywide travel advisory, in effect from now through the Wednesday evening rush.Show More Summary

What The Hell Happened This Weekend?

While you were busy drinking with Louis C.K. and watching out for dinosaurs, all sorts of things kept happening. Here's what went on while you were logged off. [ more › ]

Chelsea church will have to shutter, unless Pope Francis decides otherwise

Only Pope Francis can save a Chelsea church from being razed to make way for a new development. The Vatican's highest court, the Apostolic Signatura, ruled that it will no longer hear further appeals... To view the full story, click the title link.

Uncle Boons Team Expands With 9-Seat Non-Thai Mr. Donahue’s

Offerings at Mr. Donahue’s. It might seem odd for Ann Redding and Matt Danzer, owners of the Nolita Thai restaurant Uncle Boons, to skew American comfort food for their second act — until you consider that Mr. Donahue’s, slated to open around February 11, is actually the couple’s third act. Show More Summary

Visit Colonial Williamsburg Because... 9/11?

Advertisers spent ridiculous amounts of money to showcase their products during the Beyoncé Formation World Tour warm-up/Super Bowl 50 last night—and nestled among the commercials for Big Auto and Big Avocado was little ol' Colonial Williamsburg. Show More Summary

Some Uber Drivers Planning City-Wide Post-Super Bowl Shutdown

Hundreds of striking Uber drivers are planning to make bulk ride requests at 10 p.m. tonight, in the hopes of convincing as many drivers as possible to join them in protesting Uber as New Yorkers begin commuting home from bars and friends' apartments after the Super Bowl. [ more › ]

Extra, Extra: Even Bernie Sanders Has No Patience For "Bernie Bros"

Because social media groupies are a thing, check out today's end-of-day links: competitive walking history, broken elevators, crazy wine glass, RIP FDNY cat, RIP Staten Island kangaroo, and some very well-trained pups. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter and Instagram, and like us on Facebook. [ more › ]

5 Finger-Licking Ways To Devour Wings During The Super Bowl

There's only a few more hours until Super Bowl 50 kicks off, and speculations about the evening are already running wild. Can the Denver Broncos pull off an upset? Will Cam Newton dab his way to victory? Will The Coldplays hold their own at halftime? Will any of this really matter once Beyonce has strutted through "Formation?" [ more › ]

Brooklyn's retail rents are among America's priciest

Renting a storefront along Williamsburg’s Bedford Avenue is more expensive than on the toniest streets in Miami, Washington, D.C., and all but one Chicago strip, according to a new report by... To view the full story, click the title link.

Videos: Dinosaur Brawl Breaks Out On 1 Train

People have enough to worry about with all the slashers, needlers, sex offenders and manspreaders taking up precious space on our underground mass transit system. Now we have another thing to avoid: prehistoric dino boxing matches. [ more › ]

What Time Does The Super Bowl End?

What happens when you realize you're stuck in a temporal loop? Five years ago, the Huffington Post published their infamous SEO-trolling article "What [ more › ]

Midtown Construction Worker Critically Injured By Falling Concrete

A Midtown construction worker suffered critical injuries Saturday afternoon after a piece of concrete landed on his head. According to authorities, the man, whose name has not been released, was knocked unconscious and rushed to Bellevue Hospital following the accident. [ more › ]

De Blasio Calls For New Safety Measures In Wake Of Tribeca Crane Collapse

Stressing that "no building is worth a person's life," Mayor Bill de Blasio unveiled a plan Sunday for tighter citywide safety regulations on construction cranes. The Mayor's four-point plan comes two days after a 565-foot crawler crane toppled onto Worth Street in Tribeca, killing one and injuring three others. [ more › ]

Videos: Larry David Was Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Great On Saturday Night Live

               After a few forgettable episodes in a row, Saturday Night Live hit it out of the park last night with host Larry David. This was one of the two best episodes of the season by far (along with the Tracy Morgan episode), and made me wish Lorne Michaels hadn't waited until season 41 to have David host the show. Show More Summary

Indian Point Groundwater Has "Alarming" Levels Of Radioactivity

Groundwater at the Indian Point nuclear plant has tested for "alarming" levels of radioactive contamination, spurring Governor Cuomo to call for a new investigation. Three of the 40 monitoring wells at the power plant were found to be...Show More Summary

Roberta's Square Pies Are Back For One Week Only

Pizza empresario Roberta's briefly debuted their dope square pan pies last fall to much fanfare, and they're back again just in time to help stave off your Super Bowl hangover. [ more › ]

Photos: Bernie Sanders Supporters Feel The Bern At Brooklyn Bash

With only three days until the New Hampshire primary, Bushwick arts venue House of Yes threw a massive, nine-hour variety show fundraiser for a certain surging socialist candidate on Friday. Dubbed the "Big Ass Party for Bernie," the...Show More Summary

Teen Arrested For Allegedly Beating Father To Death With Steering Wheel Lock

A 19-year-old has been arrested and charged for allegedly beating his father to death with a steering wheel lock club during a drunken brawl in Queens. [ more › ]

Cuomo Moves To Ban Homophobic "Conversion Therapy"

Governor Cuomo has announced a series of new measures aimed at banning "conversion therapy," a psychiatric pseudo-treatment that claims to change a homosexual patient's sexual orientation, turning them straight. "Conversion therapy is a hateful and fundamentally flawed practice that is counter to everything this state stands for," Cuomo said. Show More Summary

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