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President Obama Aghast at Notion of Peas in Guacomole

Gay marriage? Health care subsidies? The 2016 Presidential Election? Please.  President Barack Obama has a far more important subject to debate: the mere suggestion that one ought to put peas in one's guacamole. The New York Times published...Show More Summary

Liptak Lunges to Left Again: NYT's Superme Court Reporter Leads Off With Losing Liberal Side

New York Times Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak weighed in on the front page on two Supreme Court decisions, both favorable to conservatives. Yet in both cases Liptak led his coverage off by detailing the losing liberal arguments:Show More Summary

New York Knicks Rumors: LaMarcus Aldridge Could Sign With Knicks?

New York Knicks rumors got better on the LaMarcus Aldridge front. Aldridge is meeting with the Knicks this week to discuss a long-term contract in one of many stops that he will make on his free agency tour. A report from Yahoo! Sports...Show More Summary

Lady Gaga Jets Out of New York City Without Showering

14 minutes agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Just Jared

Lady Gaga shows off her rocker style with an Iron Maiden tee as she hits JFK Airport for her flight out of town on Wednesday afternoon (July 1) in New York City. The 28-year-old entertainer is likely headed overseas for her next concert with Tony Bennett this weekend in Monte Carlo, Monaco. PHOTOS: Check out [...]

'Spring Awakening' production by Deaf West heading to New York

21 minutes agoArts : Culture Monster

The recent revival of "Spring Awakening" mounted by Deaf West Theatre in Los Angeles will be heading to New York. A spokeswoman for the company confirmed reports Wednesday that the staging, which features actors performing in a mix of English and American Sign Language, is expected to make the...

'Spring Awakening' production by Deaf West heading to New York

The recent revival of "Spring Awakening" mounted by Deaf West Theatre in Los Angeles will be heading to New York. A spokeswoman for the company confirmed reports Wednesday that the staging, which features actors performing in a mix of English and American Sign Language, is expected to make the...

New York Times Asks Why White People Are “Extremely” Uncomfortable Talking About Race

[guest post by Dana] I love documentaries, both large and small. Over at the New York Times, there is an interesting section called Op-Docs. As you can guess from its name, it is a compilation of essays and short-documentaries about any number of subjects. I regularly check it out to see what interesting person they […]

Whole Foods Co-CEOs Admit To Overcharging Customers

39 minutes agoNews : Huffington Post

Consumer trust in Whole Foods Market was shattered last week when a New York City government investigation revealed that the supermarket had been systematically overcharging customers for packaged foods since at least 2010. At first,...Show More Summary

Child labor on the rise among Syrian children as crisis spirals: agencies

47 minutes agoNews : Reuters: World News

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The number of Syrian children being forced to work keeps growing as the conflict drags on, with those as young as six reportedly working in Lebanon, two aid agencies warned on Thursday.

De Blasio: We’re Reviewing Trump’s NYC Contracts over ‘Disgusting’ Comments

1 hour agoNews : Mediaite

How huge has the Donald Trump backlash become? The mayor of New York City is reviewing all of Trump's contracts with the city.

President Obama and Martha Stewart Disagree About Peas 

In today’s Tweet Beat, President Obama respectfully shits on the New York Times’ pea-brained guacamole recipe ; Martha Stewart, meanwhile, is literally buried in peas; and Solange wishes Missy Elliott happy birthday. Read more...

New York City, June 30, 2015

???? Now the sun bore down a bit, and the air in the park felt dusty. Starlings, one drab with new plumage, foraged in the clover and grass. Honeybees cruised low. A white stretch limousine, its rearmost window partway down, rolled to a stop outside the brassy Trump Internarional canopy. A sawdust smell rode the […]

The New York Times Told Its Readers To Add THIS To Their Guacamole & The Completely Internet Lost Its Mind!

The New York Times should stick to what it knows and stay out of our guacamole. On Wednesday morning, TNYT decided to advise its readers on one of the most beloved foods of all time — guacamole. The legendary paper offended and disturbed many subscribers when it tweeted out an article that suggested guacamole enthusiasts add [...]

Malcolm Smith, Ex-New York Senate Majority Leader, Is Sentenced to 7 Years in Bribery Case

1 hour agoNews : NYTimes: News

Mr. Smith, a Democrat, was convicted of agreeing to the bribery of Republican Party leaders to let him run for mayor of New York City on their party line in 2013.

POTUS Weighs In: No Peas In Guacamole

1 hour agoNews : The Two-Way

The online debate began after the New York Times published a guacamole recipe that includes fresh peas.

With Cyc, Times Square gets its first real boutique fitness studio

1 hour agoHealth : Well Good NYC

Big news if you work in Midtown: The indoor-cycling brand's second New York City location officially opened this week at the Row NYC hotel on Eighth Avenue.

Show LG your #BestShotEver and win a trip to New York and two G4s

If you're a budding smartphone photographer, you may be interested in LG's latest contest. The company has announced a new contest to search for the #BestShotEver on Instagram, offering up a trip to New York City and two LG G4s for the lucky winner.

Former New York State Senate Leader Sentenced to 7 Years for Bribery

The former leader of the New York State Senate, Malcolm Smith, was sentenced to seven years in prison for bribery.

NYC reviews contracts with Donald Trump as Mayor de Blasio rips his anti-immigrant smears

2 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

New York City is reviewing its contracts with Donald Trump following comments by the developer and U.S. presidential candidate insulting Mexicans, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday. “Trump’s comments do not represent the values of inclusion and openness that define us as New...

There’s a World of Hurt in Every ‘Luxury’ Watchband and Birkin Bag

Shoppers got an eyeful when a PETA "reptile" lay in a pool of "blood" outside Hermès boutiques in New York and Los Angeles. The post There’s a World of Hurt in Every ‘Luxury’ Watchband and Birkin Bag appeared first on PETA.

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