A couple years ago, Harrison Forman was living and working in San Francisco and dating around, as many twenty-somethings do, but he was doing it differently: he was broadcasting his dates via Facebook live. Forman, who was working at Facebook at the time, was using the company’s new technology to date in a new way. […]
A new comic book features the new congresswoman from the Bronx and Queens
Michael Bloomberg, 77, the former mayor of New York City, has announced that he will not be entering as a candidate in the 2020 presidential election. There were rumors circulating that Bloomberg would consider a run as a Democrat, after making a statement that an Independent run would not be successful in the upcoming election […]
At a city council hearing, lots of viewpoints on cannabis
The Karl Lagerfeld store in SoHo had an arrangement of white roses positioned in its window Wednesday in memory of the iconic fashion designer, who passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 19 in Paris. On the sidewalk outside the shop, passersby and fans also left their own tokens of appreciation—lit candles and a few good bye […]
The sugary heart-shaped classic hasn’t been easy to find, but a few candy-shop owners have stocked up.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Can’t decide whether to buy roses or chocolates? Longing to give something more original? What’s more romantic than…a roach? For a minimum fee of $15 dollars (with higher prices for those looking for more extravagant packages), the Bronx Zoo will let you name a Madagascar Hissing roach—which can […]
“No Brooklyn! No Brooklyn!” shouted a man walking away from the L track in the 8thAvenue subway station Tuesday afternoon. A flurry of rushing commuters on their way to pursue alternate routes passed him and a few pivoted when they heard him. The MTA partially suspended L train service Tuesday afternoon due to a fuel […]