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Mar 23 2023
The Love-Hate Relationship With New York City's New Logo
Nearly 50 years after the original “I ️ NY” logo debuted, officials are rolling out an updated take on the iconic design. But many New Yorkers—and design professionals—are less than thrilled. Officials unveiled the new logo—“We ️ NYC”—earlier this week as part of a new campaign to inspire civic engagement and volunteerism in the city. “This city overcame the darkest days of the pandemicSmithsonian Magazine
Mar 30 2023
Donald Trump Indicted In New York City, Setting Up An Unprecedented Circumstance - Blavity
CNN reported Thursday evening that several sources had confirmed that a Manhattan grand jury had voted to criminally indict Trump. The news was later confirmed by Trump’s legal team. While the details of the indictment, including the specific crimes with which Trump is being charged, have not been made public, DA Bragg has been investigating Trump for a number of financial crimes, eventuallyBlavity
Mar 07 2023
New York City ranks #75 in TIA’s latest report
A new report on the financial condition of the 75 most populous cities ranks New York City no.75 in the nation for fiscal health. The report is based on the cities’ 2021 annual comprehensive financial reports, which are not analyzed on this scale by any other organization. The analysis by Truth in Accounting (TIA), a nonprofit government finance watchdog group, found New York City would need $Patch.com
Mar 22 2023
New York City Desperately Pandering: Changes Slogan To "We <3 NYC"
“Being miserable and treating other people like dirt is every New Yorker’s God given right.” – Mayor Lenny, Ghostbusters 2 In a move straight out of a Kindergarten book, New York City has changed its “I <3 New York” slogan to the much more Kumbaya-like “We <3 New York City.” I mean what are we doing here people? As someone who has spent 15+ years in New York City, we are becoming anOutkick the Coverage
Mar 13 2023
No death penalty for convicted New York City bike path killer
A New York jury could not unanimously decide on the death penalty for convicted murderer Sayfullo Saipov, so he will automatically receive a sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for the October 2017 bike path murders. Saipov, a 35-year-old Islamic extremist, was found guilty on all 28 counts — eight counts of murder, 18 counts of attempted murder, and other terrorism-Washington Examiner
Mar 22 2023
NJ brush fires disrupts Amtrak service between Philly, New York City
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, N.J. (CBS) -- The New Jersey Forest Fire Service is on the scene of two brush fires in Central Jersey Wednesday afternoon.
One is near an Amtrak line in Rutgers-New Brunswick in Middlesex County.
The fire spread to an abandoned train trestle, but is mostly out.
The other fire is happening in Matawan, Monmouth County.
Amtrak said that all serviceCBS News (Online)
Feb 08 2023
New York City Finally Ending Vaccine Mandates
New York City is finally lifting its unscientific, discriminatory vaccine mandate policy. Mayor Eric Adams has long imposed vaccination based requirements for city workers, in direct defiance of available evidence. Based on misinformation from “experts” and other politicians, mandates were supposed to keep others safe. However, these requirements continued despite the fact that the vaccinesOutkick the Coverage
Feb 20 2023
Abandoned alligator rescued from New York City lake
NEW YORK – It’s no urban legend: An alligator was found in a chilly New York City lake on Sunday, far from the subtropical and tropical climates where such creatures thrive. The 4-foot (1.2-meter) reptile was pulled from Prospect Park Lake in Brooklyn around 8:30 a.m. and taken to an animal care center and then the Bronx Zoo for medical treatment and rehabilitation. City officials said theKSAT
Mar 23 2023
Transgender woman finishes in first place at New York City cycling event, sparks outrage
A transgender female appeared to finish in first place at a New York City cycling event on Sunday. A social media post from NYC Cycling News showed Tiffany Thomas standing in between two biological females as the first-place winner of Randall’s Island Criteriums on Sunday. Thomas is a transgender woman who rides for LA Sweat. "Tiffany is a scientist by day, athlete by night," Thomas’ bioFox News (Online News)
Feb 20 2023
4-foot alligator rescued from New York City lake
It’s no urban legend: An alligator was found in a chilly New York City lake on Sunday, far from the subtropical and tropical climates where such creatures thrive. ALLIGATOR IN FLORIDA FOUND WITH MOUTH TAPED SHUT IS RESCUED AND RELOCATED The 4-foot reptile was pulled from Prospect Park Lake in Brooklyn around 8:30 a.m. and taken to an animal care center and then the Bronx Zoo for medicalFox News (Online News)