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Tuesday Morning Roundup: Mayor Lee's New Mouthpiece

iPhone cycle slows, UC tuition skyrockets, Spin declares SF DOA. [ more › ]

Catching Up With Sandra Bernhard: On Trump, Citi Bike, And NYC Ambassador Taylor Swift

We spoke with Bernhard in advance of an NYRP community green space event that she is emceeing on June 1st: Bette Midler's Spring Picnic, a yearly fundraiser to support public green spaces in NYC. Below, Bernhard discusses the city's transformation, the Presidential candidates, the Mayor, and why Brooklyn terrifies her almost as much as Citi Bikes do. [ more › ]

Driver Arrested After Running Over Staten Island Woman, Victim's Dog Still Missing

A 50-year-old woman died yesterday after she was struck by a driver in Staten Island. Maria Serrano was attempting to cross Amboy Road near Richmond Road just before 7 a.m., Saturday morning when she was hit by the driver of a Toyota truck, a police spokesperson confirmed. [ more › ]

12-Year-Old Boy Impaled On Fence While Playing Tag In Brooklyn

A 12-year-old boy's arm was impaled by a wrought iron fence spike while playing a game of tag with friends in Crown Heights yesterday. Thankfully, firefighters were able to free him. [ more › ]

Bistro 96 Brings Bangin' Brazilian Beach Food To Rockaway

Our latest installment of Quick Bites brings us to Rockaway for Brazilian food by the beach. [ more › ]

Sneak Peek: The Hills Of Governors Island & The Longest Slide In NYC

Governors Island is now open for the season, but their new rolling hills will remain closed to the public until July 19th. We got a sneak peek of the area last week, however (thanks to an Atlas Obscura tour), which we hadn't visited since it was just a pile of rubble. [ more › ]

What The Hell Happened This Weekend?

While you were busy this Memorial Day Weekend dreaming of bread pants and ironically dedicating songs to Donald Trump, all sorts of things kept happening. Here's what went on while you were logged off. [ more › ]

Man Arrested For Killing Intruder Who Allegedly Tried To Rape His Wife

A husband was arrested for fatally beating a stranger who allegedly broke into his Bronx building and tried to rape his wife, police say. A neighbor said, "I think any husband would do the same thing as what he did." [ more › ]

1 Dead, 1 Injured After Driver Crashes Into Midtown Fire Hydrant

Police are investigating a fatal crash that occurred in Midtown Manhattan early this morning. [ more › ]

I Live Next Door to a Mosque

(Islamic Cultural Center at 96th St & Third Avenue NYC) I live next door to the Islamic Cultural Center, the first Mosque ever built in New York City, which is located at 96th Street and Third Avenue. Each morning I buy a coffee from...Show More Summary

Presidio Terrace Colonial Revival with private putting green asks $17 million

If your pop loves golf, then 26 Presidio Terrace may be the ultimate Father’s Day gift for those with close to $17 million to spend on dear old dad. The 1909 Colonial Revival-style home is located just a few blocks south of the Presidio Golf Course and has its own private putting green in the

OHHHMMMMMMMM – Area Tech Bro Reaches Zen Level of Electric Unicycle Mastery – OHHHMMMMMMMM

TweetI think I was on-campus, you know, down in The Valley, back in aught thirteen when I saw my first post-collegiate tech bro getting about on an electric unicycle. But now it’s ought sixteen and these things have spread to Frisco’s Financh. But this tech bro is a true master. He’s got his hands in […]

Perpendicular Parallel Parking: Sure, “Believe in Yourself,” But Not This Much – When “Leaning In” Goes Too Far

TweetI guess you’re driving north on Van Ness and then you start to turn east on Golden Gate but then you see a sweet sweet empty parking space in front of Yet Another Abandoned McDonalds In Frisco, well, this is what it looked like: And then after all the resultant honking, we ended up with this: […]

Indecisive Unions: Who’s Responsible for the $15 CA Minimum Wage – Unpopular Mayor Ed Lee or Lt Gov Gavin Newsom?

TweetI’m not sure what the point of these giants ads is. Anyway, here’s what you can now see in Frisco: And here’s what you now see in, well, it’s not exactly Sacramento, but let’s call it that, close enough: I don’t think we’re meant to see both these political ads.

Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar Launches Lunch June 1

Starting Wednesday, June 1, OTP-ers feeling landlocked at lunchtime can easily sail into Drift Fish House & Oyster Bar at The Avenue East Cobb for their midday meal. Doug Turbush’s Marietta restaurant known for high-quality, sustainable and fresh seafood will serve lunch daily from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Show More Summary

Love & Tinderness: 21st century ghosts

Several weeks ago, I went on a perfect date — the kind of date that combines the excitement of something new with an effortless compatibility. We met online, and this was our fourth date.…

First Slice 5/31/16: Former Mayor Campbell calls Braves move 'blasphemous'

Former Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell doesn't talk to the media much nowadays. But he came out of reclusion to talk to 11 Alive about the Braves' "blasphemous" move from Turner Field to Cobb County.  Speaking of unusual sightings, a third alligator in two months has been spotted in metro Atlanta.…

Q: What's Black and White and Red All Over? A: An Embarrassed Wednesday One-Liner

Girl to friend: Oh, my God, I think I just left the most embarrassing thing in the bathroom. –Barnes & Noble Overheard by: V Woman to roommate: When we get home, we'll have embarrassing sexual accidents! –Pathmark, Massapequa Overheard by: Are they really accidents if you plan ahead? Nerdy TA: The thesis talk is kind […]

Quick Bites: Noble Fin opens, Buttermilk Kitchen hosts a biscuit stand, and more

Orlando-based fast-casual gourmet sandwich concept Earl of Sandwich will open in Phipps Plaza late this summer, reports What Now Atlanta. The restaurant’s menu typically feature hot sandwiches, homemade bread, soups, salads, and desserts...Show More Summary

Barbara Boxer in Nevada: A Chapter In 'The Art Of Tough'

The scene was startling -- Senator Barbara Boxer, who has staked -- and sometimes risked -- her entire career on being a unapologetic progressive, shouted down at the Nevada Democratic convention by supporters of Bernie Sanders. It is...Show More Summary

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