Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony notched a double-double in New York's closer-than-expected win over the Milwaukee Bucks last night at MSG. It was only Melo's third season-opener as a member of the Knicks, and as fans of the team haveShow More Summary
We've often thought of Governors Island as a bit of an oddity, what with its summer weekends only access and Jazz Age Lawn Party, but might it soon become New York's next hot hotel destination? As part of the 172-acre island's transformation...Show More Summary
Bill de Blasio is primed to become New York City's next mayor because the Democratic candidate's interracial family represents and cultivates social change, Ben Ryder Howe writes at the New York Observer. I had to laugh when I read recently...Show More Summary
Bill de Blasio, the Obama-backed Democrat “progressive” poised to become New York City’s mayor, is under attack by “Rupert Murdoch’s tabloid empire,” his supporters are charging. It’s a reference to the New York Post examining the candidate’s ties to the Nicaraguan Solidarity Network, a Communist-front organization that still supports the Marxist regime in Nicaragua headed […]
The New York Jets entered the season with uncertainty at the running back position. Chris Ivory is a respected power back and Bilal Powell has upside, but neither played had emerged as the No. 1 option in New York. Jane McManus of ESPN New York reports that Ivory is now nursing a hamstring injury. Chris [...]
New York mag architecture critic Justin Davidson has some harsh words for One57, the glassy block poised to become New York's—and the Western Hemisphere's—tallest residential building once complete: the "skyline is filling up with sparsely populated habitats for oligarchs who,...
Bronx born and bred, the Martinez Brothers have become New York's most compelling international ambassadors of Big Apple house music. They're the latest artists to carry the flag for their hometown sound, continuing on a tradition that's included icons Todd Terry, David Morales, Masters at Work, Roger Sanchez and Dennis Ferrer. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - If Bill de Blasio becomes New York City's first Democratic mayor in 20 years, the liberal politician would soon find himself immersed in labor talks that could saddle the city with a $7 billion bill for retroactive wage increases for munici...
'Carlos Danger' chased through McDonald's by Sydney Leathers after winning just 5% of vote First Post LAST UPDATED AT 13:29 ON Wed 11 Sep 2013 ANTHONY WEINER'S dream of becoming New York's mayor ended in tatters last night when he polled...Show More Summary
Christine Quinn’s quest to become New York City’s first female and first lesbian mayor faces its toughest test tomorrow: the voters. The city’s primary will either give Quinn another shot at securing the Democratic nomination for mayor (and pretty much clinching the job) or leave her supporters wondering how she went from sure-thing to also-ran. All [...]
The slow-motion train wreck that is Anthony Weiner will come to a stop soon when he finishes in single digits in his bid to become New York’s next mayor. I will miss him. He is like NASCAR for me: only … Continue reading ?
NEW YORK -- Democratic candidates hoping to become New York City's next mayor have started their final debate criticizing the current mayor. Tuesday's high-stakes showdown is being held a week before the Sept. 10 primary. It opened with the candidates blaming independent Mayor Michael Bloomberg for not negotiating new contracts with city workers. Show More Summary
Anthony Weiner's quixotic campaign to become New York City's next mayor has taken yet another turn for the worse. Fully 80 percent of New York voters have an unfavorable opinion of Weiner, according to a Siena College poll out Monday. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - In the latest sideshow in Anthony Weiner's bid to become New York City's mayor, he called Republican candidate George McDonald "grandpa", McDonald then called Weiner a "punk", and AARP, the group for Americans over...Show More Summary
Anthony Weiner's horrible week continues to grow worse: a new Quinnipiac University poll puts the disgraced former Congressman in fourth place in the race to become New York's next mayor, a dramatic drop from last week's poll, which had Weiner in first. Read more...
Anthony Weiner’s latest sexting scandal might affect his chances at becoming New York City’s mayor more than he’d hoped. As new details are emerging in the sexting scandal of the not-so-distant past, Weiner has started to slip in the polls. Show More Summary
Weiner to stay in NY mayor race despite new sex claims (via AFP) Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner said he would continue his bid to become New York’s next mayor despite being hit by a new sex scandal. Weiner, 48, admitted sending lewd texts and photographs under the name “Carlos Danger” to a young woman… [...]
Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer (D) has a simple message for New Yorkers: I screwed up. Spitzer, who is seeking political redemption with a bid to become New York City's next comptroller, asks voters in a new campaign ad to forgive his past misdeeds and give him a second chance. Show More Summary
Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer (D) is making his big return to politics with a bid to become New York City's next comptroller. Spitzer famously left office after a prostitution scandal turned him from a crusading governor into aShow More Summary
The New York Yankees had lost five games in a row entering Monday night's contest with the Minnesota Twins, but the Bronx Bombers received a bit of a boost as longtime Yankee Andy Pettitte pitched his way into the record books. Pettitte,...Show More Summary