As they have every few weeks for the last several months, a new story has appeared in The Wall Street Journal claiming that the iPhone will soon be available on Verizon. Perhaps jaded by these constant cries of wolf, New Yorker’s reactions were decidedly mixed.
“Before, if you wanted to have an iPhone, Read More
Walking and talking on his iPhone didn’t seem to 29-year-old Kyle Supley like a particularly reckless thing to do on Waverly Place near Christopher Street in the West Village late on a Tuesday evening.
“I shouldn’t have had it out, probably,” Mr. Supley would later say when the Transom reached him by Read More
Tom DiNapoli is circulating a letter to colleagues outlining reasons why he should be the next state comptroller.
In keeping with prevailing theme of political independence, DiNapoli stresses a willingness to work with Republicans in the legislature.
“While I am certainly a proud Democrat, I have never hesitated to work with my Republican colleagues Read More
Clear Channel Communications, the pubic turned private radio empire, is consolidating five local offices and moving its nascent city headquarters to Tribeca next spring.
On the heels of being sold to investors for $26 billion three weeks ago, and an announcement that it plans to shed more than a third of its radio stations, the Read More
Radio empire Clear Channel Communications is consolidating five local offices and moving its nascent city headquarters to Tribeca next spring. The Texas-based company has signed a 15-year lease at the former AT&T building at 32 Avenue of the Americas.
Details on the deal — plus the future of the toy industry in New York City Read More
How do you get Eliot Spitzer’s attention? The New York Civil Liberties Union wants to know.
The organization claims to have made several requests to the AG’s office asking for an investigation into allegations that the telecom giants, AT&T and Verizon, have shared millions of New Yorkers’ telephone records with the Read More
The debate over anti-terrorism measures in the MTA is obviously hampered by the same circumstances that prompt it. How can you point out security flaws in the system without exposing them to would-be terrorists?
That was the problem some Tribeca residents grappled with until they decided to go public about the telecom hotel at Read More
Anti-Bush Park Protesters
Cheeky, Not Violent Say Cops
First there was pre-emptive war; now there’s pre-emptive policing. And it was on display around 3 p.m. on Aug. 29 at the 86th Street and Lexington Avenue subway station. That’s where an NYPD Critical Response Team, consisting of eight police officers and one sergeant, set up Read More
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As you are no doubt aware, the Prada-Blahnik school enjoys a singular reputation in Manhattan: Prestigious, but non-elitist. Progressive, but structured. Warm and creative, but cognizant of the need to prepare your 3-year-old for the competitive rigors of life ahead as a Read More