Three men attacked a livery cab driver in the Bronx on Saturday morning, and stole his car, according to police. [ more › ]
A teenage girl fell from a gondola at an upstate New York amusement park on Saturday, plunging 25 feet into a crowd of park-goers and employees who'd gathered to catch her. [ more › ]
Check out our favorite signs from the march, including, "Gender is fake, do what you want" and "Sanctuary for all, no exceptions." [ more › ]
Budget skirmish, tiny quake, Uber suit. [ more › ]
Just in time for Sunday's big Pride Parade, the NYC Department of Transportation has painted the crosswalk outside the Stonewall Inn with rainbow colors. [ more › ]
As is the custom, the 25th Annual Dyke March was a protest, not a parade. But that doesn't means it wasn't also a lot of fun. [ more › ]
Over the past week, the police have asked for the public's help in finding three suspects in separate forcible touching incidents in the subway system. Which is also an important reminder that victims should report incidents—and that the MTA has an online form to do so. [ more › ]
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Editing Crain's 50 Most Powerful Women list gave me a lot of food for thought these past few weeks. We started in April, and the presidential campaign and election were still very fresh. In... To view the full story, click the title link.
An NYPD officer fired a shot at a fleeing driver while responding to a disturbance reported on FDR Drive and 23rd Street early Sunday morning, police said. [ more › ]
Recently seen sporting the dining scene: Atlanta Hawks’ head coach Mike Budenholzer and family dining at American Cut on the night of NBA finals. The classy, contemporary steakhouse in the Shops Buckhead Atlanta and second home of many athletes also played host to WWE star/actor John Cena. These gents know where to go for the most succulent cuts in town.
Hobo: You like rap? I started that shit. I did. I started that rap shit. Way before hip-hop. You don’t like rap, you ain’t shit. –4 train Overheard by: Aaron Republished by Blog Post Promoter
In the recent past I’ve voiced opposition to the removal of the Confederate monument in Forest Park — it’s a good reminder of our ugly history. If a Confederate flag was flying at city hall I’d, of course, favor removing it. The monument, in my eyes, is different. It will...
There are 15 new bills (same number as last week) to be introduced at the St. Louis Board of Aldermen today. Some further butcher the street grid, others related to development projects. One renames a public park. More on the municipal courts project… ON AGENDA FOR INTRODUCTION TODAY 6/23/17: Note that just because a...
The president of the civilian panel that oversees the Los Angeles Police Department said he will direct the LAPD’s watchdog to review its cadet program, the latest inquiry stemming from a series of disturbing allegations involving the long-championed youth program. Matt Johnson, the head of the...
Solar Town Hall Tuesday, June 27, 7pm Dunwoody United Methodist Church, 1548 Mt. Vernon Road, Dunwoody Interested in going solar? Want to save money and have the support of experts in installing the right system for you? Working together, we can make Dunwoody a leader in solar energy. Show More Summary
Sponsors Needed for 4th of July Parade Banner Dunwoody Community event including Dunwoody High School, Peachtree Charter Middle School, Austin Elementary School, Chestnut Elementary School, Dunwoody Elementary, Hightower Elementary, Kingsley Elementary School, and Vanderlyn Elementary School. Show More Summary
How I got from Boston to D.C. by plane, train and foot without an ID or money.
Summer days like today are often few and far between around here. This time, we get several in a row!