Ray Yandoli, 53, showed up Sunday morning at Cheap Shots Sports Bar in Flushing not to drink and watch football, but to compete and win at his… Read more “Arm Wrestlers Go for the Takedown”
An outdoor parking lot next to an old pharmaceutical plant may seem like an unlikely place for an urban gardening experiment. But that’s what’s happening in Brooklyn… Read more “Feeding New York Through Shipping Container Farms”
Since the election, most of the demonstrations in front of Trump Tower have been protests against the results but on Sunday, several dozen supporters of President-elect Donald… Read more “Trump Supporters Stage Their Own Rally on Fifth Avenue”
On the eve of Election Day, more than 15,000 people had signed up to attend the Facebook event, “Point and Laugh at Trump Tower on November 9th.”… Read more “One Man’s Humorous Reply to Trump’s Win”
As returns were coming in on Tuesday night, a diverse group of about 50 Donald J. Trump supporters chanted “USA” and held an anxious vigil outside the… Read more “An Election Night Vigil with Donald Trump’s Supporters”
An Irish gangster once told Kristian Sorbera, “I’d rather be judged by 12 than carried out by six.” “It was something that stuck in my head,” Sorbera… Read more “A Night of Partying Ends in Tragedy”
At 8:30 p.m. on Friday, March 13, 2011, Rabia Mohammed, 23, and her husband, Shazam Khan, 29, were walking to Khan’s mother’s house — as they had… Read more “Two Lives and a Murder in Hollis”
A new art installation that pays homage to the legendary artist Vincent Van Gogh made its debut at Rockefeller Center on Tuesday. “Van Gogh’s Ear,” a… Read more “Rockefeller Center Celebrates Van Gogh”
Whiskey experts met in New York City recently to talk about trends in the industry. They say that some brands mislabel their products, tricking customers into thinking the whiskey is made locally. Samara Abramson reports.
The deadline to register for New York’s Pre-K for All Program is Wednesday, March 9th. The free, full-day preschools prepare students for kindergarten but have cost more than the city expected.
To learn more about New York’s Pre-K for All initiative, visit schools.nyc.gov/PreK.