Last Wednesday, Paul Molé—the legendary Upper East Side chop shop whose barbers have tended to the top-notch trimmings of Joltin’ Joe DiMaggio and the slighter of the male Honeymooners, Art Carney, among others—uprooted from its 1031 Lexington Avenue, thirty years its home, and moved … across the street. Read More
Beginning in April, The New York Times will offer non-subscribers just ten free articles a month, down from the original 20, the Times Media Group announced today. Shared and searched links still won’t count toward the ten-article limit.
The company was apparently encouraged by the 454,000 nytimes.com users who chose to pay for a digital subscription in the year since the pay wall was put up. Read More
An article in Der Spiegel chronicles the deterioration of former Berlin Wall checkpoints into a massive tourist trap. For entrepreneurs and private businesses seeking to capitalize on the anniversary of the Wall’s collapse, “business is booming,” the article says. One popular attraction is the so-called “Trabi Safari”—a guided tour in a Trabant, Read More
It was a year ago today that the Supreme Court, in the Citizens United decision, gave corporation unlimited power to spend money in elections without disclosing who they are donating to.
Today, Brooklyn Senator Daniel Squadron and Queens Assemblyman Rory Lancman announced that they have reintroduced a bill that would require corporations that give money Read More