4 hrs ago
Op-ed: Gay Nightlife Is Dead - Long Live Gay Nightlife
Almost 2,000 guys are lost in the spectacular music. They stomp their feet, sip their drinks, close their eyes, and lift their hands in the air to the glorious beat.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
New York Daily News
Gonzelez: Charles Rangel nearing end of political career
Bronx Democratic Party leaders said Monday they are deserting Rangel, the 83-year-old dean of New York's delegation in Washington, for Adriano Espaillat in the June 24 Democratic congressional primary.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Pothole complaints abound as cyclists finish 4th annual 'Tour de Staten Island'
Cyclists from around the city became well-acquainted with the borough's pothole problem during the 4th annual "Tour de Staten Island," as most who participated griped over rugged roads throughout an otherwise picturesque landscape.
The Honolulu Advertiser
The toddler who survived, and a cop who became mom
NEW YORK>> The bodies were discovered throughout the first-floor railroad flat in Brooklyn, a bizarre still-life of death.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
NYer of the Week: Tony Speranza Maintains Dog Run Inside Manhattan Park
In a corner of J. Hood Wright Park in Washington Heights, you will find a little getaway for dogs.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Times of Israel
Jacob Birnbaum's solidarity revolution
Dr. Adam S. Ferziger is a senior lecturer and vice chairman of the Graduate Program in Contemporary Jewry at Bar-Ilan University.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Former Columbia U. Dean Named to Head NYC's Dept. of Design and Construction
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on April 7 that he is appointing Columbia University civil-environmental engineering and computer science professor Feniosky Pena-Mora, who also had been engineering school dean, as commissioner of the city's Dept.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
BWW Exclusive: UT-Austin Department of Theatre's Brant Pope...
This past October, UT-Austin's Department of Theatre and Dance found itself in the middle of a controversy regarding the casting of its upcoming production of In the Heights.
First on NY1: DOE Classroom Trailers Have to Go, Advocates Say
Parents and teachers of a Manhattan public school are coming together to demand the Department of Education make classroom space available for students who currently attend class in trailers.
NYC: Upper Manhattan Poised to Get Its First Protected Bike Lane
The parking-protected lane would run north-south on Fort George Hill, which is one-way southbound for drivers, between Fairview Avenue and Dyckman Street/Nagle Avenue.
Parents: PS 48 trailers have mold, mildew, vermin
Parents of kids who attend a school in Washington Heights are outraged over the conditions students are being subjected to, saying trailers being used as school buildings contain mold, mildew and vermin.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Washington Heights Coffee Shop Adds Beer and Wine to Menu
Taszo, owned by Haitem Weslati and Simone Gastaldi, now offers customers their choice of wines for $7 a glass.
Ten Months Later, Parks Department Fills in Hudson River Greenway Hole
Greenway users need this like a hole in the head. The Parks Department says it filled the cave-in today.
Manhattan Theater Company Gives Voice to Victims of Sex Trafficking
A group of young actors are raising awareness about teen sex trafficking in the city through a play that delivers an unvarnished look at the subject.
NYC 2014 Gifted & Talented testing results and upcoming open houses
This past Saturday, NYC parents who applied their children for admission to elementary school Gifted & Talented programs began receiving their children's scores.
The Village Voice
Columbia Student Jiwon Lee Still Missing After Almost One Week
Twenty-nine-year-old Jiwon Lee, a standout student in her final year at Columbia University's College of Dental Medicine, disappeared on Tuesday.
New York Daily News
L.A. man says cops went nuts, beat him for asking 'Why?'
Evan King moved to New York from Los Angeles in 2012. A few weeks later, cops roughed him up at a Midtown subway station for asking why he was stopped and questioned, he said.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
NBC New York
NYPD Answering Calls for Help in Haiti
The NYPD rotates out six officers at a time in Haiti, where they're helping to grow and professionalize the local police force Each day, Cleavens Dechatelier puts on the NYPD uniform, not to his usual precinct in Manhattan but to patrol the streets of Port-au-Prince in Haiti 1,500 miles away, along with five other officers.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
30 Things You Should Know Before Moving To NYC
You've always dreamed of becoming a Broadway star or the next Carrie Bradshaw or [insert typical NYC job of your dreams].
Five Hurt When Bus Slams Into Building In Washington Heights
Five people were hurt when a city bus hopped a curb and slammed into a shop in Washington Heights near Trinity Cemetery Friday morning, the FDNY said.