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These Cocktails Are Thrown, Which Means They Are Neither Shaken Nor Stirred

James Bond was only disclosing two-thirds of the tale when he famously requested his martini to be "shaken and not stirred." Because these are...

Irene Cara, well known for her roles in the films Fame and Flashdance, has passed away at the age of 63

Irene Cara, who sang the title songs of two of the most popular song-and-dance movies of the 1980s, "Flashdance" and "Fame," has passed away....

A man who was accused of carrying out antisemitic attacks in New York has pleaded guilty to a charge of committing a hate crime

Tuesday, Saadah Masoud, a man from Staten Island who was suspected of conducting a series of assaults on Jews in New York City in...

New York City Comes to an Agreement Regarding the Construction of a Soccer Stadium in Queens

Officials from New York City have struck an agreement to construct the city's first professional soccer stadium. The stadium will serve as the focal...

After having only opened a month ago, the Randalls Island Migrant Shelter will soon be closing

According to a statement that was issued by the city on Thursday night, New York City will be closing down a tent facility for...

Hochul and Zeldin Have One Last Stand in an Unpredictable Race Before Election Day

On the night of Election Day, Governor Kathy Hochul and her Republican opponent, Representative Lee M. Zeldin, raced around New York City and its...

At an Important Last-Minute Rally in New York, President Biden Advocates for Kathy Hochul in the Upcoming Election

Governor Kathy Hochul of New York barnstormed across the New York City region this weekend, concentrating on areas where strong Democratic voter participation would...

New York Will Pay $26 Million to Men Incorrectly Accused of Killing Malcolm X

According to local and federal court documents, New York City has agreed to pay $26 million to resolve claims brought on behalf of two...

Harlem’s Dynamic Pastor, the Rev. Calvin O. Butts III, Passes Away at the Age of 73

The Rev. Calvin O. Butts III, the Harlem preacher whose oratory skills and political cunning were a force for social and racial justice, and...

Do you like to pay with a credit card or cash for the cone? Van Leeuwen Must Take Both, N.Y.C. Says

At the checkout counter at the New York City location of Van Leeuwen Ice Cream, customers know two things for certain: the price of...

As a result of the housing crisis, more politicians are giving their approval to developers

In New York City, public figures across the political spectrum have earned points for years by criticising a shared enemy, real estate developers. Politicians often...

Recipe Ideas for Tonight

Have you read Leo Lionni's "Frederick" for young readers? It is about a family of field mice that inhabits an ancient stone wall. Little...

As the Mayor of New York declares a migrant emergency, the city is facing record levels of homelessness

As the number of individuals seeking refuge in New York City's overcrowded homeless shelters approached a new high, Mayor Eric Adams made the decision...

Children in New York City maintained their standing in reading, but fell behind in mathematics, according to recent tests

In the first indication of how pupils in the nation's biggest school system fared during the epidemic, test score data published on Wednesday revealed...

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