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Whicker: The Dodgers’ win bears an asterisk, but they didn’t put it there

Sixty games aren’t 162. Nobody wins the Daytona 167. They don’t stop the Masters on the back nine Friday afternoon and award the green T-shirt. Those who say the 2020 season, and the Dodgers’ championship, don’t deserve an asterisk have a fundamental misunderstanding of what an asterisk is. It is not a scarlet letter, necessarily. It is a mark of distinction. Ford Frick, one of baseball’s nearly unbroken line of undistinguished commissioners, wanted to put an asterisk on Roger Maris’ 1961 home r...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Brooklyn, Mlb, Yankees, Reds, Hall of Fame, Los Angeles Dodgers, World Series, Alexander, Cardinals, Daytona, Dodgers, Cy Young

How to quarantine correctly if you've been exposed to the coronavirus

A traffic sign reads, "quarantine for 14 days" above a road in Brooklyn on October 25, 2020 in New York City. Noam Galai/Getty Images Quarantine is for people who've been exposed to a contagious disease, like the coronavirus, but who are not yet sick themselves. Quarantine for the coronavirus lasts 14 days from a person's last known exposure. During that time, it's important to stay away from people who haven't had the exact same exposure.  A quarantine expert shared his tips for how to do...
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Welcome to New York, The State of Respect

Advertising can’t fix our largest societal problems. It can open eyes, hearts, and minds, without which no progress gets made. The following posters for the Metropolitan Transit Authority of New York contain some of the best poster art I’ve seen this year. The work from Conquistadors in Brooklyn also ranks as some of the best […] The post Welcome to New York, The State of Respect appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: New York, Design, Advertising, Brooklyn, Advocacy, Creative Review, Metropolitan Transit Authority of New York

Philadelphia calls for National Guard after 2 nights of unrest

By Claudia Lauer | Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — A tense Philadelphia braced for more demonstrations Wednesday over the police killing of a Black man following two nights of protests that set off clashes with police and break-ins of stores on the other side of the city. The death of Walter Wallace Jr., who was fatally shot by police Monday after authorities say he ignored orders to drop a knife, came amid already heightened tensions in the battleground state just days before the election. Abou...
Tags: Politics, Crime, News, Minneapolis, Washington, New York City, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Brooklyn, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Associated Press, Portland Oregon, City Council, Johnson

Eight Chinese individuals arrested by US Justice Department For Allegedly carrying out illegal law enforcement operation in the US

A complaint and arrest warrants were unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn charging eight defendants with conspiring to act in the...
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38 smart and humorous gifts for coworkers that they'll actually be happy to receive

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Williams-Sonoma Shopping for coworkers doesn't have to take a lot of time or money.You can find a unique, thoughtful gift under $50 without much research (because we've done it for you).Below, I've compiled 38 gifts under $50 that will serve you well — some are funny, some are thoughtful, all are affordable, and most are impossible to hate. If you're still looking for inspiration, check out all of ...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Amazon, Gift Guide, Etsy, Newegg, Disney, Trends, Walmart, Features, Gifts, Staples, Brooklyn, Ralph Lauren, Gift Guides, Caribbean

NXIVM guru Raniere sentenced to 120 years in prison

By Larry Neumeister and Tom Hays | Associated Press NEW YORK — Disgraced self-improvement guru Keith Raniere, whose NXIVM followers included millionaires and Hollywood actors, was sentenced to 120 years on Tuesday for turning some adherents into sex slaves branded with his initials. U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis handed down the sentence in federal court in Brooklyn after a lengthy hearing featuring statements by victims of a sex-trafficking conspiracy that resulted in Raniere’s convictio...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Crime, News, Sexual Assault, Mexico, Sport, World news, Canada, Soccer, Brooklyn, Starz, Courts, Associated Press, Vanguard

Ellis Brooklyn Launched ISO GAMMA SUPER

The luxury, non-toxic fragrance and body care brand Ellis Brooklyn, founded by beauty columnist and author Bee Shapiro in 2015, has been steadily launching new perfume creations since their debut on the perfumery stage in 2016. After the appearance of their summery duo SALT and SWEET in April of 2020, bringing the total of fragrances of the house to ten, the house announced their latest editio... Read full article: Ellis Brooklyn Launched ISO GAMMA SUPER from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes M...
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Keith Raniere, founder of cult-like group NXIVM, faces possible life sentence Tuesday

NXIVM founder Keith Raniere, the subject of HBO's "The Vow," is due in Brooklyn federal court for sentencing Tuesday.         [Author: New York State Team]
Tags: Hbo, News, Brooklyn, Nxivm, Keith Raniere, New York State Team

Black Trump supporter: ‘A Black man has nothing to win in this race’

Karl Williams of Brooklyn believes that Black men have “nothing to win” in this year’s presidential race with either President Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden. “There’s no policy platform being presented that’s going to address any needs of Black men,” Williams, an investor who trades options, said in a video interview with Yahoo News. Despite this conviction, Williams, 34, plans to vote for Trump for a second time on Nov. 3. With one week left until the election, some experts say Black...
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Keith Raniere, NXIVM Cult Leader, Faces Life in Prison at Sentencing Today

Keith Raniere, the convicted leader of the sex cult NXIVM, is facing life in prison at his sentencing on Tuesday in Brooklyn, N.Y. The sentencing is expected to last hours with statements from victims, who will testify against Raniere, who was convicted in June 2019 on the charges of sex trafficking, forced labor conspiracy and […]
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Has Victoria and David Beckham's son Brooklyn moved out? - DETAILS

David and Victoria Beckham's son Brooklyn appears to have moved out of the Beckham...
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Lip Lab by BITE takes Sin City! Get Customized Lip Products from Bite Beauty Las Vegas!

Lip Lab by BITE takes Sin City!   Opening November 6, 2020, Lip Lab is bringing the infinite possibilities of clean custom lipstick to Las Vegas at Fashion Show Las Vegas. Las Vegas will be Lip Lab’s fifth location in the US and Canada, following Irvine in CA, SoHo and Brooklyn in NY, and Toronto. The 1,030 […] The post Lip Lab by BITE takes Sin City! Get Customized Lip Products from Bite Beauty Las Vegas! first appeared on
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Alexander: Roz Wyman is still the Dodgers’ No. 1 fan

If this were a normal World Series – like anything in 2020 is normal, right? – Roz Wyman would be at Dodger Stadium for Tuesday night’s Game 6 in her field level seat, on the third base side of home plate and adjacent to where the umpires enter the field. It is not in The Ravine, of course. The Dodgers have made Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, their second home during this neutral-site postseason, and that is where they will attempt to win the World Series and end 32 years of waiting. But ...
Tags: New York, Texas, Boston, Milwaukee, Sports, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Brooklyn, United States, Mlb, Philadelphia

'We want to see it happen': New Yorkers spent hours waiting in the rain to vote early and make a statement

A common sentiment among voters in Brooklyn was a skepticism around how well the Postal Service and local government could handle voting by mail.
Tags: News, Brooklyn, Postal Service

10 Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars have left video amid a reckoning over how the company treats employees of color — here's the full list

Some of Bon Appétit's on-camera talent as of February 2020. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Ten of the 13 members of Bon Appétit's famed Test Kitchen will no longer appear in videos for the food magazine.  The staffers include Claire Saffitz, Christina Chaey, Alex Delany, Rick Martinez, Sohla El-Waylly, Priya Krishna, Gaby Melian, Molly Baz, Carla Lalli Music, and Amiel Stanek. Former and current employees of Bon Appétit told Business Insider in June that the co...
Tags: New York, Media, Instagram, New York City, Trends, Features, Brooklyn, Food Network, Conde Nast, Essays, Alex, Business Insider, Hail Mary, Martha Stewart Living, Bon Appetit, Martinez

'We want to see it happen': New Yorkers spent hours waiting in the rain to vote early and make a statement

Voters wait up to two hours to vote early at a polling site in a Brooklyn Museum polling site in New York City on Oct. 26, 2020. Jake Lahut/Insider More than 61 million Americans have voted early in the 2020 general election, and more than 20 million among them have voted in person, according to the US Elections Project. At an early voting site at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City on Monday, the line wrapped around the entire building, with voters waiting nearly two hours to vote. "You ...
Tags: Politics, New York, New York City, US, Trends, Brooklyn, New York Times, Postal Service, Donald Trump, Trump, Big Apple, United States Postal Service, Election 2020, Prospect Heights, Armstrong, Schreiber

Fights Erupt During 'Jews for Trump' Rally in Manhattan

NEW YORK -- Political tensions over the upcoming presidential election escalated on New York City's streets Sunday, as supporters of President Donald Trump clashed with counterprotesters during a day of demonstrations.Eleven people were arrested, police said, during skirmishes between opposing sides in Manhattan, where Rudy Giuliani, the president's personal lawyer and the city's former mayor, encountered protesters targeting a caravan of cars organized by a group that identifies its...
Tags: New York, News, White House, New York City, America, Brooklyn, New York Times, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Upper East Side, Fifth Avenue, Giuliani, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Trump, Times Square

Key commercial real-estate deals and trends to watch: data centers are red hot, and studio space investment is booming

We have the latest news on commercial real-estate deals, analysis, and trends. Katie Warren/Business Insider The pandemic threw the real-estate world into disarray, as people emptied out of offices, hotels, and malls and worked from their homes. That disruption has transformed how people and companies finance, operate, and occupy real estate. Some big firms like WarnerMedia have been rethinking office needs — and some commercial real-estate deals were put on ice as financing dries up. Cowor...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Hbo, UK, New York, Texas, Softbank, New York City, US, Trends, Tech, Georgia, Bank Of America, Andreessen, Brooklyn

It Takes Two: A Pair of Brooklyn Heights Apartments Reconfigured Into One, by Shapeless Studio

Lately I’ve spent a quite a bit of time in my tiny apartment fantasizing about how much space we’d have if we could somehow merge with the flat next door. It’s something all city-dwellers dream of, especially these days: pushing out a few walls and getting more room. That’s what a pair of creative professionals recently got to do in real life, in a Civil War-era building in Brooklyn Heights: seamlessly combine two warehouse-like units into one cohesive, serene space, with help from Shapeless Stu...
Tags: Books, New York City, Brooklyn, Mia, Benjamin Moore, House Tour, Plaster, Robert, Andrea, Brooklyn Heights, Sandy, Madera, Clinton Hill, Remodel & Renovation, Architecture & Interiors, REBECCA ATWOOD

New York police officer uses patrol car loudspeaker to shout 'Trump 2020'

Officer filmed goading a man in the Flatbush area of Brooklyn and yelling political slogans at him
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Friend recalls moment Indiana tourist was shot dead with 'no warning' in NYC

The Brooklyn gunfire that killed a young tourist from Indiana this weekend came out of nowhere, a witness told The Post on Sunday. Ethan...
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NYPD officers appeared to break protocol by broadcasting 'Trump 2020' over speakers from their patrol cars

Videos show at least 3 NYPD officers blaring "Trump 2020" in Brooklyn, breaking protocol prohibiting them from endorsing candidates while on duty or in uniform.
Tags: News, Brooklyn, Trump

SEE IT: NYPD car blasts Trump endorsement from loudspeaker

The video, recorded in south Brooklyn, shows a police car blaring its lights while a voice on the speaker yells, “Trump 2020.”
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The Chris Voss Show Podcast – Daphne Byrne (Hill House Comics) by Laura Marks Interview

Daphne Byrne (Hill House Comics) by Laura Marks Interview When grieving, support can come in many ways. For Daphne, it came as a demon. Turn-of-the-century New York is a growing metropolis for many, but not for Daphne Byrne. After her father’s death, her mother is drawn to a spirtualistic group that claims to speak to the dead. Daphne sees through their act right away, but something from the other side sees her too. Or someone? Daphne finds herself in new company, Brother. He offe...
Tags: Podcast, New York, US, Seo, Brooklyn, Bethany, Daphne, Chris Voss, Kelley Jones, Books/Authors, Daphne Byrne, Daphne Byrne Hill House Comics, Laura Marks Interview, Laura Marks Interview When, Laura Marks Laura Marks

Two Broadway Actors Tie The Knot At The Coolest Brooklyn Venue!

Inspired by their travel, this Broadway couple chose to say I Do at the Greenpoint Loft, an industrial Brooklyn venue with the coolest vibe! "Raw and untamed, married with soft and romantic," was how wedding planner Callista & Co. described their day and we couldn't have said it better! With a large installation of stunning greenery by Kristen Griffith-VanderYacht, the bride and groom tied the knot and danced the night away! Check out all of Rebecca Yale Photography's magical photos (as always) ...
Tags: Brooklyn, Wedding, Broadway, The Blog, Real Weddings, Rebecca Yale Photography, Greenpoint Loft, Kristen Griffith VanderYacht, Callista Co, Coolest Brooklyn Venue

TV Bits: ‘Billions’, ‘F is for Family’, ‘Teenage Bounty Hunters’, ‘Dickinson’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Billions renewed for season 6. F is for Family renewed for season 5, which will be the last. Teenage Bounty Hunters canceled by Netflix. Certain actors couldn’t return for the Supernatural final season because of COVID-19. Dickinson renewed for season 3 ahead of season 2 launch. Watch the trailer for The Expanse season 5. Get ready for High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special. Black Monday will be back for season 3. The Last O.G. renewed for season 4. L...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Florida, New York, Television, Gabrielle Union, Movies, Disney, Fox, Netflix, Brooklyn, Showtime, Supernatural, Tbs, The Expanse, Kirsten Dunst

This Week In Trailers: Fireball, White Noise, City Hall, Farewell Amor, The Reagans

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we’re dealing with white supremacy, things from space crashing into the earth, a legendary documentarian debuts his latest, look at...
Tags: Movies, White House, Boston, New York City, America, Reagan, Brooklyn, Ronald Reagan, This Week In Trailers, Dundee, Fireball, Angola, Atlantic City, Movie Trailers, White Noise, Walter

'Cult of Smart' author Fredrik deBoer on the taboo of admitting some kids just aren't good at school, why 'equality of opportunity' is bunk, and why he believes in a culture of forgiveness over cancellation

Getty Fredrik deBoer is a writer, academic, and avowed Marxist who has contributed to outlets as varied as The New York Times, Politico, Gawker, Foreign Policy, The New Republic, and Jacobin.  He's also been a teacher at both the high school and college levels, and he just published his first book, "The Cult of Smart: How Our Broken Education System Perpetuates Social Injustice."  He spoke with Business Insider about the controversy surrounding the idea of inherited intelligence, why he t...
Tags: America, Trends, Brooklyn, Gop, United States, Finland, Alex Gibney, Rudy Giuliani, Cincinnati, Trump, New Republic, DeBoer, David French, Rand Corporation, Anthony L Fisher, Jared Kushner

Ankara Knot Cushion

Brooklyn-based artist Simone Bresi-Ando’s extraordinary knot cushions are rich in more than just color. When designing the oversize pillows, she found inspiration from Adinkra, symbols born in the region of West Africa that now includes Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. Simone brought the Mpatapo symbol—a knot without beginning or end—to life in brilliant fabrics sourced from Nigeria. The result is a stunning piece of home decor that conveys an eloquent interpretation of Mpatapo meant to engender peace, ...
Tags: Shopping, Nigeria, Brooklyn, West Africa, Handmade, Ghana, Ankara, Simone, Simone Bresi Ando, Adinkra, Mpatapo