Even though Bobby Jaspar died in New York of a heart attack in February 1963 at the age of 37, he remains one of the finest jazz woodwind players in Europe and the States. Jaspar played a confident and swinging... Related Stories Renaud Digs Gryce + Jaspar Video: Bobby Jaspar, 1958 Video: Bobby Jaspar, 1957
New York, 1957. "Broadway Theatre District -- Times Square at night." Now playing at Loew's State: "The Sweet Smell of Success." 35mm negative from the Look magazine photo archive. View full size.
By Thomas Hoffman Following Hillary Clinton’s surprising defeat, another New Yorker may be preparing to run for the White House. Governor Andrew Cuomo is running for re-election of New York State this year. Cuomo was elected around the same time as another Italian-American from the New York/New Jersey area: Governor Chris Christie. At last report, [...]Show More Summary
Tennis star Eugenie Bouchard has taken the witness stand at a New York City trial where she's accusing the United States Tennis Association of negligence
If you’re a woman hoping to retire in style or simply grow old in peace, you may want to avoid New York. According to a new study from Expert Market, despite what Taylor Swift would have you believe, New York is not welcoming to older women. Show More Summary
Focusing on its fight against New York City's abuse of the state gravity knife law to arrest and prosecute thousands of people for carrying a common folding knife. This post VICE News on HBO Reports on Knife Rights ~ VIDEO appeared first on AmmoLand.com.
General Hospital spoilers state that Billy Miller and Kelly Monaco are in New York for the much anticipated Killy Live event. There has been much speculation about whether these two are a couple in real life as well as on screen. While remaining mum about their personal lives, it seems that at the very least that these two are friends. Show More Summary
The case of two New York City police officers accused of rape is highlighting possible loopholes in some states' legal systems. Criminal defense lawyer and former prosecutor Vinoo Varghese joined CBSN with more on the case.
As New York’s population becomes grayer, the Cuomo administration is putting forth a number of budget proposals this year to shrink the financial burden of elder care on the state. “Many... To view the full story, click the title li...
Joan Marcus The marketing team at Chili’s will be over the moon, at least. In Sarah Burgess’ play Kings at New York City’s Public Theater, the current state of our politics—its venality, immorality, its pathetic and crippling compromises,...Show More Summary
The saga of the sale of the struggling The Weinstein Company took another possible swipe at a solution as the leading bidders for the organization are seeking to cut a Gordian knot with the New York State Attorney General's office. While nothing seems set in stone yet, discussions over a Wednesday meeting between Eric T. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Industrial group 3M Co and Minnesota's attorney general have agreed to settle a lawsuit over polluted groundwater, with the company agreeing to grant $850 million to the state for groundwater projects, the attorney's office said on Tuesday.
New York, February 20, 2017--The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned about the detention and subsequent disappearance of Egyptian journalist Moataz Wadnan, and today called on the country's authorities to make public what they know about his whereabouts....
WATCH AND VOTE HERE. Voting for Region 6 has begun! Take a look at our winning submissions from Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania right here. Get behind your state or simply vote for your favorite edit--the choice is yours. Show More Summary
A suit claiming lab director Grigory Rodchenkov defamed three Russian biathletes is being filed in New York state Tuesday. Russian oligarch and owner of the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets Mikhail Prokhorov is providing financial support for a lawsuit...Show More Summary
Milo Yiannopoulos, the right-wing provocateur and writer, has dropped his lawsuit against Simon & Schuster over the publisher’s cancelation of his book "Dangerous" last year. In a document filed with the New York State Supreme Court, Yiannopoulos withdrew his legal action against the publisher...
USA Today reports: Milo Yiannopoulos is dropping his $10 million lawsuit against his former publisher. In papers filed Tuesday in New York State Supreme Court, Yiannopoulos and Simon & Schuster asked that the case be dismissed “without...Show More Summary
Alt-right loudmouth Milo Yiannopoulos has decided to drop his $10 million lawsuit against his former publisher Simon & Schuster. He filed papers in New York State Supreme Court on Tuesday asking that the lawsuit be dismissed without any costs incurred by either party. Yiannopoulos sued the publisher last year after ... More »
Let us dissect, examine and mock the New York Times's summary of this bullshit David Brooks thinkpiece.
“More than 15 months after a general election that was stained by covert Russian interference, the chief election officials of some states say they are still not getting the information they need to safeguard the vote,” the New York Times [...]