This weekend, in the face of the White House’s executive order barring entry to anyone from seven Muslim-majority countries, the New York Taxi Workers Alliance stopped fares at John F. Kennedy International Airport, bringing attention to JFK just as thousands of other residents streamed in to fight the ban. It was a…
Midtown Manhattan—with its noise, traffic, slow-moving tourists, and overpriced everything—is the one place most New Yorkers avoid at all costs (if they can help it.) It’s also home to Trump Tower, a gargantuan gold-plated phallus jabbed straight into the city skyline where the President-elect is planning on spending…
Mindy Kaling made an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday, and he squeezed out a couple more details from her on the all-women reboot of the Ocean’s 11 franchise.
According to a new petition directed at NYC Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina, admittance to LaGuardia High School has been undergoing a serious and damaging shift under the care of principal Dr. Lisa Mars.
There’s an entire industry dedicated to staging homes for real estate listings. These people (dare I call them con artists?) come into your home and decide how to arrange either your furniture, their furniture, or fake furniture in a way that will make any prospective buyer have multiple orgasms upon entering,…
Nikole Hannah-Jones, a writer who is defining the landscape of education journalism, has written a landmark story at the New York Times magazine on school segregation in New York City.
In 1953, an Associated Press photographer attended one of the famous mambo competitions at the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem. The images that resulted can only be described as fire.
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Not sure why it’s so warm and muggy here in New York City, but maybe we’ll get some properly crisp weather eventually. Until then, let’s just admire the autumnal style of these three cool kids.
Workers replacing a water main near Washington Square Park recently discovered pair of buried brick roofs. Turns out, they’d stumbled onto a pair of crypts, likely connected to a nearby church and dating to the late 18th or early 19th century.
On Thursday, New York’s Taxi and Limousine Commission voted to give the people what they want, which is silence during cab rides: a year-long pilot program will phase out Taxi TVs in 1,000 cabs.
We all know Terry Richardson is a creep, but how often does he get called that to his face? Hopefully plenty, but in case he doesn’t, comedian Jeff Leach did God’s work when he saw Richardson on the street and asked him how it feels to be “an absolute creep.”
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On Friday, New York City dropped approximately two tons of confetti on the reigning Women’s World Cup champions, celebrating their record third World Cup win with the first-ever ticker-tape parade for a female sports team.
Money magnet Sarah Jessica Parker keeps literally finding money in the streets of New York City, which, in my opinion, is better than finding those dumbass playing cards Berger used to collect, am I right?
Not everyone is down for PDA, which is understandable, but in the case of NYC cab driver Mohammad Dahbi, his aversion to public makeouts came with a $10,000 price. Why? Because he’s a bigoted assholio who told a lesbian couple that they couldn’t kiss in his cab during their ride home. A court ordered Dahbi to pay the…
Taylor Swift's new position as New York City's "Global Welcome Ambassador for Tourism" (complete with her own theme song) has been met with much chagrin from New Yorkers, which makes a lot a sense seeing as it's NYC's equivalent to "putting a bird on it." But one boutique in Manhattan's Lower East Side has responded…
Courtesy the song "Welcome To New York," Taylor Swift has been named "NYC's Global Welcome Ambassador for Tourism," making one wonder if the song was just a super-genius Bloombergian scheme hatched by Swift and the tourism board to promote 1989 and also all those fugnacious condos they keep letting people build.
A 48-year-old New York City Man by the name of Brian Robinson has penned an instructional manual called How to Meet Women on the Subway. In a recent interview, he claims that during his time in the big horny apple, he's
guilt tripped and bullied persuaded 500 women he met on a subway platform into going on dates with…
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