New Yorkers came out of the woodwork to celebrate Pride in New York City this year. In addition to our previous report that White House hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton local politicians like New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Congressman Jerrold Nadler, NYC Mayor Bill Deblasio, Senator Chuck Schumer, and Councilmember Corey Johnson came out to show [...]
Here are two ways of looking at Thursday's Brexit vote, if you're wondering what the British people's unexpected decision to pull out of the European Union augurs for Donald Trump here in America. As the New Yorker's Anthony Lane wrote Friday: "The gods of disorder and upheaval, in short, enjoyed a busy night. But they were not yet done.…
Soon New Yorkers may be able to live at the Waldorf Astoria. Now owned by China-based Anbang Insurance Group, the hotel is in talks of turning 1,000 rooms into condos. In 2015, the group submitted plans to gut the 12th and 24th floors which look to pot... via JustLuxe.com
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t's one of magazine journalism's most pressing questions: How can publications that have long captivated print consumers earn the trust of wary online readers? As the internet solidifies its role as a leading news source amid continued declines in print, news organization homepages are losing traction. Show More Summary
Even before the tragedy in Orlando, New Yorker Michael Ryan knew the importance of LGBT spaces. Ryan tells us about his walking tour of fallen gay bars and clubs, which were all marked with the message "GAY BAR WAS HERE."
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Legendary New York Times fashion photographer Bill Cunningham died Saturday, according to the paper where he worked for nearly 40 years. He was 87. Cunningham, whose watchful eye brought images of New Yorkers -- from the well-heeled to unsuspecting trendsetters -- to the public, had been hospitalized recently after a stroke, the Times reported. Show More Summary
LinkNYC is a game-changer for New Yorkers who struggle to pay for Internet access.
The NYPD and gay clubs have embarked on a new safety awareness campaign to warn New Yorkers of the perils of the city’s nightlife.
The FCC must pave the way in New York to allow users to text 911 dispatchers during emergencies, Sen. Chuck Schumer said Sunday.
New Yorkers are remembering the iconic New York Times fashion photographer Bill Cunningham, who passed away Saturday at the age of 87, with their own street photos of the man behind the lens.
After three straight quarters of sales declines, Whole Foods is hoping a trendy new store format will lure millennials—and people of a "millennial mind-set," as the New Yorker was informed—away from competitors like Aldi and Trader Joe's. It's called "365 by Whole Foods Market." The first location opened...
Frank Lampard handball goal MLS Seattle Sounders 0 – New York City FC 2 It was another good weekend for Patrick Vieira’s New York City FC. They travelled to the Seattle Sounders on Saturday night, and the New Yorkers won the match 2-0. They went into the break 1-up thanks to a goal from Chelsea […]
The homeless graduates have overcome tremendous obstacles — poverty, illness, addiction or violent crime — to become success stories.
So sad. Sad, even though he was quite old — 87. What a loss. In 2009, he was named a Living Landmark by the New York Landmarks Conservancy and profiled in The New Yorker, which described his columns On the Street and Evening Hours as...Show More Summary
Everyone in fashion has a Bill Cunningham story. Here’s mine. A couple of years ago, I was on my way to breakfast at Tiffany’s (seriously) hovering at the corner of 57th and Fifth—one of Bill’s favorite spots—and suddenly I saw him. The Schwinn-riding photographer, taking a picture of oblivious tourists ... More »
Jay Z's debut album 'Reasonable Doubt' turns 20 years old today. Jay Z was overlooked by major record companies in the mid-1990s, forcing him and two other underprivileged New Yorkers to create Roc-A-Fella Records. Although 'Reasonable...Show More Summary
THE NEW YORKER WEIGHS IN ON BREXIT: “I do love that the July 4 issue is angrily advertising against independence,” Ben Shapiro tweets.