Location: What sort of reaction have you gotten from New York brokers about the $10 fee for placing a rental ad, which you instituted more than six months ago now?
Newmark: Not too much, which is good. They asked for it. They thought it would clean up the site, eliminate all of the repostings. Since Read More
More bad news for Scores West.
Nearly a month after undercover cops arrested four dancers on charges of prostitution, shock jock Howard Stern’s favorite strip club lost its liquor license on Wednesday.
The State Liquor Authority unanimously voted to suspend the gentlemen’s club’s license, after determining the embattled Read More
Just as one controversy over alleged racism begins to settle down, the New York Police Department is drifting into trouble all over again.
While the killing of Sean Bell has attracted nationwide media coverage and drawn major figures like the Reverend Jesse Jackson to New York, a lawsuit recently filed in a Manhattan federal court Read More
After playing host to two stabbings and one fatal shooting this past week, 11th Avenue basement boozery “Club Hush” was stripped of its liquor license indefinitely on Friday.
The bar, which only began slinging suds and shots this past February, was charged by the State Liquor Authority with a slew of regulatory infractions Read More
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The NYPD has confirmed that a small aircraft crashed into the upper stories of the Belaire, an apartment buiding at 524 East 72nd Street.
Further details are sketchy and seem to be differing from one source to another.
According to a police department spokesperson contacted by The Observer:
“We’re not Read More
The line between painting and sculpture blurs when the layers of paint pile up, scratching the third dimension, protruding into our world. And there’s a kind of prose impasto, too: Layers of expository brushstroke, heaped with coats of consciousness and memory, cause literary characters to protrude, to extend into the world of the now. Ward Read More
Rudy’s fundraising letter for John Faso
The state attorney general in N.J. is about to resign because she used her office to get out of a traffic ticket, reports NY Hotlist.
Thinkprogress has the video of Bill Clinton calling Lieberman’s position on Iraq the “Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld position.” Ouch! Read More
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It’s been a few years.
But on Thursday morning, The World Trade Center Memorial Foundation and the NY/NJ Port Authority will begin construction work on the Museum and Memorial’s footings.
If you happen to have NYPD press credentials, head down at 10:15.
Click right for a rendering, Read More
The 23rd Annual National Night Out will be celebrated by NYPD precints throughout the city.
Andrew Cuomo hosts a campaign party at his headquarters.
A town hall meeting will be held at 7pm at the Church of Lady of Refuge in the Bronx to discuss how Chicago’s recent decision to Read More
According to the NYPD, the woman who was struck by a van last Thursday, July 6, in Red Hook, has died. Police identified her as Janet Ramos, of Sunset Park.
Area residents have complained about increased traffic since the opening of the nearby Fairway grocery store in May. Witnesses said the van that struck Ramos Read More