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Chris Berman’s agent denies report of looming retirement

Chris Berman is retiring. Unless he isn’t. In response to a report that the George Ehhh-weeah-ashington of ESPN’s Mt. Rushmore is retiring after the 2016 NFL season, Berman’s agent tells Richard Sandomir of the New York Times that Berman isn’t calling it quits. “Chris is NOT retiring,” Berman’s agent told Sandomir. “Loves what he’s doing…

Abuse of the patent system threatens NY's medical innovators

New York has a global reputation as a center for scientific innovation and is home to many of the most important breakthroughs of our time. One of our state economy’s most important sectors,... To view the full story, click the title link.

Forbidden Afghan Lovers Fight for Asylum in NYC

Zakia and Mohammad Ali, the "Afghan Romeo and Juliet," eloped in 2014. Since then, her family has been hunting the couple, believing Zakia needs to be killed to preserve their honor. The New York Times has been chronicling the couple's plight. And on Tuesday, they finally arrived in New York...

Gawker CEO writes open letter to the billionaire trying to put him out of business

Gawker founder Nick Denton wrote an open letter Thursday challenging the billionaire Silicon Valley investor Peter Thiel to a public debate on free speech. The letter comes one day after Thiel’s admission in a New York Times interview...Show More Summary

Dad Attacked for Bringing Daughter Into Walmart Men's Room

It looks like it may be time for America to take it down a notch about public restrooms. The New York Daily News reports a Utah father was attacked in a Walmart men's restroom Sunday after he brought his 5-year-old daughter in with him. Christopher Adams was shopping for storage...

Diane Arbus’ Early, Lesser Known Photographs to Be Exhibited at the Met Breuer

The New York Times reports that a Diane Arbus not many knew will be revealed through her earliest photographic work in Diane Arbus: In The Beginning, an exhibit set to premiere at the recently opened Met Breuer (which occupies the Whitney’s former location) on July 12th. This exhibit will show over 100 images – many not previously exhibited — from […]

New York City, May 25, 2016

????? By the time the four-year-old, in shorts, got to school, his hand-holding hand was sweating a little. Where was his snowsuit, the… Continue reading on The Awl »

The 'Million Dollar Listing' stars name the most memorable deals they've ever closed

How many times have you watched the stars of Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing: New York" score a six-digit commission after selling a multimillion-dollar property and think, "I am in the wrong business"? They make it look easy, but Fredrik...Show More Summary

Markets Right Now: Stocks close mixed on Wall Street

NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in global financial markets (all times local): 4:00 p.m. U.S. stocks closed mixed Thursday after two straight days of gains. Chemical makers and banks slid while utilities and phone companies gained. Monsanto fell nearly 2 percent and Dow Chemical fell 1.7 percent. The chemical sector had gotten […]

Journalists blast NY Times for “grotesque” pro-Israel bias and distortion of illegal occupation of Palestine

Glenn Greenwald condemned the New York Times' "cowardice" on Israel, accusing it of "journalistic malfeasance"

A Beautiful Sushi Burger Exists, Just In Time For Burger Season

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

New York City is winning the race to make the most Instagrammable foods known to mankind. We're not sure if that's good for mankind, but it's definitely good for mankind's eyeballs. Now you can feast your eyes on the latest specimenShow More Summary

Paul Stanley Shares Stories You Didn't Know About KISS

You’ve no doubt seen the KISS logo many, many times during your life. Since it first appeared on a New York City concert poster in the fall of 1973, it has become one of the most famous logos in not only rock history, but brand history,...Show More Summary

Courtney Act Covers Kylie, “Drag Race” Does The Time Warp And More At “Battle Of The Seasons”

8 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

An Instagram roundup of RuPaul's Drag Race: Battle of the Seasons at New York's Playstation Theater.

IBM Uses Dynamsoft’s HTML5 Imaging SDK in its Document Capture Software [Case Study]

Accelerates Time to Market and Removes Need for an ActiveX Control for Web Scans Brief Introduction IBM® is a globally integrated technology and consulting company headquartered in Armonk, New York, and with operations in more than 170 countries. Show More Summary

New York Times Offers More Buyouts As It Cuts Staff Again

After New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet said last week that the paper would have no more layoffs in 2016, The Times is reportedly offering buyouts to employees in the newsroom and business office. The New York Post reports...

In Praise of the (Other) Great Spring Migration

It's spring time in New York City. Along with longer days and rising temperatures, many New Yorkers look forward to the arrival of migrating birds that grace the city's shorelines and parks, especially bird watchers eager to spot orioles,...Show More Summary

This Is Why Billionaire Peter Thiel Wants to End Gawker

10 hours agoSports : Deadspin

Why has Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel spent upwards of $10 million funding third-party lawsuits against Gawker? If you believe his interview with the New York Times, Thiel’s willingness to bankroll litigation brought by Hulk...Show More Summary

Leona Lewis to Play Grizabella in Cats Revival

Purring love! The New York Times reports that singer Leona Lewis has signed on to play the role of Grizabella the Glamour Cat in the upcoming Broadway production of Cats. She'll replace Nicole Scherzinger, who played the mournful feline in the revival's West End production but allegedly dropped out of ... More »

No Jail Time For Engineer Whose Fraud Led To A 2-Year-Old's Death

An engineer who falsely certified a building inspection at an Upper West Side building where a falling window ledge killed a toddler will escape jail time after he pleaded guilty to filing a false instrument. The New York Post reports that Maqsood Faruqi will get probation according to the terms of a plea deal. [ more › ]

Could This Wristband Zap Your Bad Habits? — New York Times

Pin it Meet Pavlok, a new wearable device aimed at helping you be your best. Like a canine shock collar for human arms, it works by creating an invisible fence around your darkest impulses, to protect you from yourself. READ MORE »

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