The well-known kosher-style restaurant, more a magnet for tourists than for New Yorkers, is shutting down at the end of the year.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has vetoed legislation to require the state study the high job vacancy and turnover rates among caregivers for developmentally disabled New Yorkers and what's needed to fix... To view the full story, click the title link.
Final issue! Brilliant mathematics student Heller Wilson finds his true calling when he starts connecting with his fellow New Yorkers in a daring attempt to save New York City from a series of catastrophic events. The post Strange Attractors #5 appeared first on CBR.com.
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Amy Davidson for the New Yorker: As with so much of the ugliness during this election season, that line of thinking did not originate with Trump but with the Republican establishment, which has spent years pushing the myth of voter … Continue reading ?
The number of New Yorkers living in homeless shelters has hit a record high, and should pass 60,000 for the first time in the coming days.
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With Donald Trump's comments about the weight of a former Miss Universe getting traction this week, The New Yorker settled on this very un-subtle cover for next week's edition.
For a few years now, the New Yorker's website has been posting daily cartoons. A few weeks ago they started doing two a day. Here are two of the most recent New Yorker daily cartoons. They are [Italian guy voice] not-ah so good-ah. It's a Stranger Things plot reference topped off with a joke about Donald Trump being a bad candidate. Show More Summary
You don't have to be a New Yorker to know what New York City looks like. Simply turn on the TV, and you can have a bird's eye view of the famous metropolitan city. Our common perception of the city, however, is about to change as new skyscrapers are being designed and built. Show More Summary
The New Yorker cover this week depicts Trump as a beauty queen, and I think it belongs in the same category as those naked Trump statues that got so much flak for body-shaming. Like, I see what they're going...
Thanks to climate change, New Yorkers are facing more intense storms and a city that will probably look like Atlantis. In the meantime, NYC has been trying to combat street flooding with things like bioswales, a.k.a. those little curbside gardens that capture storm water runoff. Now, those little superstar sidewalk gardens are also oases for butterflies! [ more › ]
When New Yorkers were interrupted this month by a cellphone alert urging them to keep a lookout for a dangerous bombing suspect, some may have found the message confusing. Why wasn't there a photo attached so that people could instantly know who to look for? Why was the alert written in clipped, abbreviated language that […]
By Carmelyn P. Malalis, Nisha Agarwal, and Marco A. Carrión Xenophobic rhetoric has reached a fever pitch in recent months. Across the country, Muslim, immigrant, and refugee communities have become targets for hateful speech and even hateful acts. In New York City, we do not and will not accept hatred, violence, or discrimination of any kind. Show More Summary
Trump's going to love being called "Miss Congeniality."
The New Yorker this morning gave us a sneak peak at next week's cover, and boy it's a keeper. A little cursory context if you don't get it: In the closing minutes of Monday's presidential debate, Hillary Clinton called out Donald Trump for his poor treatment of women. Show More Summary
During Monday night's feisty presidential debate, Hillary Clinton brought up Donald Trump's demeaning treatment of Miss Universe Alicia Machado, who Trump had previously insulted for gaining wait. Now The New Yorker has taken it as inspiration for next week's cover: [ more › ]
New Yorkers have the longest commutes in the nation, according to U.S. Census data released this month. That’s true both within New York City, where the average commute is more than 40 minutes, and in the metro area at large, where the average commute is 36 minutes. Show More Summary
We no longer read The New Yorker. We let our subscription lapse when the price went over the $70 mark. That’s how much we care about the best writing in the world. Luckily, someone at Surfer Magazine still reads it because they noticed that The Encyclopedia of Surfing author (and Surfermag.com columnist) Matt Warshaw was featured in the […]
Even with Pool, having an Uber habit is hard on the wallet. If you're in New York, you can test out the company's new subscription plan starting in October, which is offering unlimited rides in Manhattan for a flat fee. READ MORE »