Exhibitions, events, and a forthcoming graphic novel help Kamau Ware chronicle the remarkable black histories of Lower Manhattan. The post A New York Walking Tour Uncovers Hidden Histories of Slavery and Struggle appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Newsweek has just published an unusual story. It chronicles some of the reasoning why the Manhattan district attorney's office is investigating its parent company and has a lengthy editors' note informing readers that one of the authors was fired.
Disgraced ex-Louisville head coach Rick Pitino spoke at a press conference in Manhattan on Wednesday afternoon and denied any knowledge of the violations that were committed by Andre McGee, any potential NCAA violations involving the recruitment of Brian Bowen and pushed for Louisville to file an injunction against the NCAA’s decision to remove the 2013
The Manhattan district attorney cuffed the owners and employees of several towing firms Wednesday for allegedly defrauding the Police Department and other agencies—but somehow everyone missed... To view the full story, click the title link.
Lest you forget, HERE IS the background on this story. Mike Slosberg is a cartoonist and novelist. He lives with his wife and hundreds of drawing pens on the Upper Westside of Manhattan, New York. You can see more of his cartoons and learn about his books by going to: mikeslosbergbooks.com The post Cartoon: Trump endorsed travel agency appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
The nation's largest bank by assets will demolish its 52-story Manhattan tower and build a 70-story skyscraper in its place
Wiki shares a couple of No Mountains in Manhattan bonus cuts, “Hands Out” featuring UK artist Suspect, and “Ballin On The Low” with Antwon. Stream both below now. Previously: Wiki – Stickball (Video) The post Wiki – Hands Out & Ballin On The Low appeared first on Nah Right.
A reminder that I’m going to have Paul Vigna and Michael Casey, authors of The Truth Machine, onstage with me next week at Knotel, a co-working and event space in Manhattan. I’d love for you to come. You can RSVP here and space is limited. It’s happening on February 28 at 7pm and will feature a 35-minute talk with two of the top writers in crypto. Show More Summary
If you've ever considered yourself spy material then a recently-opened museum by Ghanian/British starchitect Sir David Adjaye's firm Adjaye Associates may be of interest. Named Spyscape, the Manhattan museum features installations and...Show More Summary
JPMorgan Chase, America's largest bank, announced plans on Wednesday to demolish its existing headquarters in midtown Manhattan on Park Avenue between 47th and 48th Streets and build a new 70-story world headquarters on the site, that...Show More Summary
Jared Kushner’s real estate company pulled a bait-and-switch on a firm seeking to build a top-class food hall inside a Manhattan building.
A city high school teacher was busted Tuesday for having drugs mailed to his Hell’s Kitchen home, police said.
This is the story Newsweek editors and a reporter were fired over.
Using vacant land sales, we construct a land values index for Manhattan from 1950 to 2014. We find three major cycles (1950–1977, 1977 to 1993, and 1993 to 2009) with land values reaching their nadir in 1977, just after the city’s fiscal crisis. Show More Summary
Signal problems at 5th Ave-59th St. in Manhattan and Queens Plaza wrecked commutes on six lines Tuesday.
The typical Manhattan home was a poor investment during the past 10 years, according to data released this month. A report from Douglas Elliman Real Estate showed the median price of a home rose... To view the full story, click the title link.
Police ruled Matthew Snyder's death last month at his home in Manhattan a suicide.
Wiki, the young and grimy New York rapper whose gap-toothed mug used to front Ratking, impressed us with his solo album No Mountains In Manhattan last year. Around that time he released a browser-based video game featuring two additional songs, "Hands Out" and "Ballin On The Low." Today those tracks get official release, and good…
From the moment you step into a nondescript building near Columbus Circle in New York City, you are transported from Manhattan to the beloved and fictional Downton Abbey in England. “Downton Abbey: The Exhibition” allows fans to once again fall in love with the lives and stories of the Crawley...
There's an alley in the middle of Chinatown in Manhattan that's different from almost all the other streets in New York, because it has a bend in it. It has a dark and mysterious past, but it's still lined with businesses, including the Nom Wah Tea Parlor, which has been in business since 1920. Show More Summary