The world's creepiest pornmeister is warmly welcomed and applauded by a packed Upper West Side New York crowd.
Chinese e-commerce monolith Alibaba is reportedly planning to hold an initial public offering as early as April. The company is expected to list in New York after encountering regulatory issues in Hong Kong, and has reportedly tapped Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, Credit Suisse, and Morgan Stanley to handle the IPO. It’s said to be seeking at least $15 billion in...
Revealing Heaven: The Christian Case for Near-death Experiences (John W. Price, New York: HarperCollins, 2013; pp. 165+ix A review by the Rt. Rev. Pierre W. Whalon Since the publication of books by Raymond Moody and Elizabeth Kübler-Ross, there has been a great deal of literature on the phenomenon of near-death experiences. Show More Summary
Dogs in New York City are receiving electric shocks while out walking on the sidewalk. At least that's the claim from dog owners in the Lower East Side area of Manhattan -- and they are blaming Con Edison for this so-called "stray voltage" harming their pets. Share this image This dog wasn't electrocuted -- but he very easily could have been. Show More Summary
According to Bloomberg, the company will debut on the public markets as early as April.
Alibaba, the Chinese Internet giant, is planning to file for an initial public offering in New York as soon as next month, a person briefed on the matter said on Friday.
Authorities in Albany County, New York have issued a moratorium on Bakken crude oil processing at the Port of Albany pending a public health investigation.
As a lifelong late-sleeper who went to a high school with a brutal 7 a.m. start time, I’m thrilled o see The New York Times cover new research indicating that students at high schools with later start times performed better on measures such as mental health, auto accident rates, attendance, and sometime grades and est scores as well. Show More Summary
In his first public comments made shortly after signing a contract that ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported to be for two years and $11 million, new Oakland Raiders defensive end Justin Tuck said what many people, myself included, thoughtShow More Summary
Today The Chronicle of Philanthropy reported about Lotta Fields. According to the New York Times, Ms. Fields was an avid reader and a regular donor to the New York Public Library. Her regular gifts were only described as "modest." But when she died, she left the library $6 million. $6 million! The NYT's quotes the [...]
Facebook | Mashable | The Guardian David Leonhardt explains his vision for his upcoming “startup” publication at The New York Times, which will be called The Upshot. Imagine that you were sitting down with a journalist and could ask … Read more
Chuck Palahniuk and Douglas Coupland will be speaking together at the New York Public Library's Celeste Bartos Forum on April 11th. News by Peter Derk Chuck Palahniuk and Douglas Coupland will be teaming up for a conversation event at...Show More Summary
Brent Lewin/Bloomberg via Getty Images By Elzio Barreto and Paul Carsten HONG KONG -- Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding is "95 percent certain" to choose New York as the venue for its initial public offering, the Financial...Show More Summary
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding is "95 percent certain" to choose New York as the venue for its initial public offering, the Financial Times reported on Thursday, citing unnamed sources close to the deal.
It takes only a few minutes tallying the number of Irish-themed public houses and pubs in New York City to understand how much the city embraces its Irish-American culture. Though Irish immigrants began inhabiting the city long before...Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York's Albany County issued a moratorium on Wednesday on the expansion of crude oil processing in the Port of Albany, pending a public health investigation.
The writing’s on the library. Protestors will gather in front of the New York Public Library’s 42nd Street branch Wednesday night to rally against a controversial plan that would see seven floors of the beloved bibliotheca’s stacks demolished – and have chosen to illuminate their cause, quite...
Fox News has an enemy in the education debate, and that enemy is teachers unions. In the weeks since New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that he would block three charter schools from using public school space rent-free, conservative...Show More Summary
Simply because she loved to read, Lotte Fields bequeathed $6 million to the New York Public Library after her death, the library announced on Wednesday. Mrs. Fields, a New Yorker who died last summer at 89, inherited her wealth fromShow More Summary
A patron of the New York Public Library, who died last summer, set aside $6 million for the library in her will, the library announced on Wednesday.