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"We all know that Trump is a bully. But I say, I’m a New Yorker, and I know how to deal with bullies. I did it all the time. I’m not afraid of Trump and he knows it."

Said Mike Bloomberg, quoted in "Wounded but defiant, Bloomberg promises to keep fighting."I don't think any of the Democratic candidates are afraid of Trump. They all say he's a bully and offer to stand up to him. The question isn't whether they're afraid, but whether they are capable of fighting to a win. Bloomberg's real answer on that question is that he's got all that money. And that he's more capable than the other finalists not because he's a fierce debater, but because he's moderate and n...
Tags: New York, Bullying, Law, NYC, Elizabeth Warren, America, Bloomberg, Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States, Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Debate, Oklahoma, Biden, Pride


The 21 most influential digital creators based in New York who rule Instagram, YouTube, and other social-media platforms

Business Insider is recognizing the leading digital stars who live and create content around the Greater New York City area. We are highlighting these 21 top creators based on audience size, creativity, and their impact on the influencer business as a whole. These New York-based creators run successful digital businesses across platforms like YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Los Angeles often takes center stage when it comes to the influencer world. Headli...
Tags: Facebook, Nordstrom, New York, Beyonce, Instagram, Minnesota, Adobe, Rihanna, NYC, Youtube, La, Massachusetts, New York City, Digital, US, Los Angeles


5 Exciting Museums near the Grand Central Station

, which connects multiple important subway lines, is one of the busiest transit hubs in the world. But fast-paced transit isn’t the only thing Grand Central is famous for; it’s also a major commercial and cultural complex in its own right, and a gateway to some of NYC’s most important fixtures: its museums. If you’re looking to book a New York City hotel that’s near great restaurants, shops, and of course museums, stay around Grand Central. There are several here that you can include in your it...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, NYC, New York City, Morgan, American Kennel Club, Grand Central, Grand Central Station, Lilliput, Morgan Library and Museum, Lemuel Gulliver, Grand Central Station Museums, Grand Central Station The Morgan Library, JP Morgan Today, Museum of Sex The Museum of Sex


RadSwan Founder Freddie Harrel Is Revolutionizing the Black Hair Market

Frédérique Harrel is on a mission. A Cameroonian beauty, born and raised in Paris with time spent in London (and now NYC!), 32-year-old Harrel is a blogger, public speaker, and beauty entrepreneur currently gearing up for the launch of , a direct-to-consumer beauty brand that's been touted as "the Glossier of the Black hair market." After working in fashion and digital strategy - including stints at ASOS and Topshop - Harrel created the workshop series SHE Unleashed, which brought women togeth...
Tags: Asia, London, NYC, China, Nigeria, US, Brooklyn, Beauty, Paris, Alicia Keys, West Africa, Geneva, Women Of Color, Asos, Black, Black History Month


Feminine Meets Modern for a Moody Wedding in an NYC Loft

This gorgeous wedding design in a New York City loft by Designs by Ahn shows how perfectly juxtaposing elements can come together to create something beautiful. Using soft muted tones in blush and gold to contrast with a deep color palette in the plates and ceremony backdrop, we are in LOVE with this feminine and moody vibe that this team of NYC wedding vendors executed to perfection. Kylee Yee Photo captured how these gorgeous yet contrasting elements go hand in hand and we instantly turned int...
Tags: NYC, New York City, Wedding, Modern, Orchids, Ahn, Feminine, Wedding Design, Wedding Ideas, Jumpsuit, Designs By Ahn, Moody Wedding, Kylee Yee, Floral Installations, Velvet Furniture, NYC Loft


LEED Gold-targeted office mimics High Line via lush greenery

New York City’s award-winning High Line has attracted yet another sculptural building to its side — 512 West 22nd Street, a contemporary Chelsea office building that takes cues from the elevated park with landscaped terraces on every floor. Designed by local architecture firm COOKFOX Architects, the new building is inspired by not only its proximity to the High Line, but also the neighborhood’s industrial history. The office is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification.  Located adjacent to t...
Tags: Design, NYC, Office, New York City, Architecture, Gallery, Chelsea, Workspace, Contemporary Architecture, Leed Gold, Hudson River, Native Plants, LEED, Granite, Terrace, Terracotta


NYC’s Moynihan Train Hall Eases Congestion

Moynihan Train Hall: This new huge project will bring eight more train tracks to a new train station just south of Penn Station and far more passenger comforts.
Tags: Travel, New York, NYC, United States, Amtrak, Penn Station, Moynihan, Railroad Travel, Transports, Moynihan Train Hall


20 famous buildings in NYC and the stories behind them

By historical standards, New York is still a relatively new city -- a youngster compared with the likes of London, Cairo or Beijing. But in its short life, New York has captured the world's collective attention like no other.
Tags: New York, News, NYC, Beijing, Stories, London Cairo


14-year-old arrested in murder of NYC college student Tessa Majors

The 18-year-old Barnard College student was stabbed as she walked through a park nearby the campus on the evening of December 11.
Tags: News, NYC, Barnard College, Tessa Majors


Meet the NYC woman getting paid $5,000 to fix clients' dating apps and 'ghost banter' with their matches

Amy Nobile founded Love, Amy in April 2019 to help people find love on dating apps after meeting who she calls "the love of her life" on Bumble post-divorce. Nobile conducts photoshoots for dating app profiles, holds sexting consultations, and "ghost banters" with clients' matches.  Less than a year in, Nobile has built a full-fledged business from word-of-mouth, transforming a side-hustle into a service that charges clients $5,000 for three months. But Nobile insists she's more "mirror" than ...
Tags: Google, Nbc, NYC, New York City, San Francisco, Trends, New York Times, Manhattan, Ivy League, Starbucks, Mars, Bumble, Oprah, Google Photos, Amy, Don


US LGBTQ and Pride events in 2020

Let’s get one thing straight — LGBTQ people know how to throw one hell of a party, and in the United States, there’s no shortage of creativity when it comes to curating a queer shindig. From ski-slope soirees to fetish-themed festivals, the only thing more difficult than choosing which events to attend in 2020 is choosing who to vote for in the Democratic primary. Luckily, choosing from this list of epic LGBTQ gatherings is a win-win situation. Editor’s note: Queer culture doesn’t begin and e...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Hollywood, California, NYC, Washington, La, Lgbt, New York City, US, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Brooklyn, United States


Going Viral Helped Catapult Roddy Ricch and ‘The Box’ to No. 1 — But There’s More to the Story

It’s barely two months into 2020, but it’s already been a big year for rapper Roddy Ricch. The 21-year-old Compton artist has claimed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Top 100 for the past five weeks with his viral earworm of a rap song, “The Box,” from his debut album Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, which is the longest-running No. 1 debut rap album to be on the Billboard 200 in nearly two decades since 50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’ in 2003. Ricch also won his first Grammy two week...
Tags: Music, News, Entertainment, NYC, Youtube, Uncategorized, Atlanta, Chicago, Justin Bieber, Viral, West Coast, Mall, Nipsey Hussle, Atlantic Records, Compton, Justin


Going Viral Helped Catapult Roddy Ricch and ‘The Box’ to #1 — But There’s More to the Story

It’s barely two months into 2020, but it’s already been a big year for rapper Roddy Ricch. The 21-year-old Compton artist has claimed the #1 spot on the Billboard Top 100 for the past five weeks with his viral earworm of a rap song, “The Box,” from his debut album Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, which is the longest-running #1 debut rap album to be on the Billboard 200 in nearly two decades since 50 Cent’s Get Rich or Die Tryin’ in 2003. Ricch also won his first Grammy two weeks ago ...
Tags: Music, News, Entertainment, NYC, Youtube, Uncategorized, Atlanta, Chicago, Justin Bieber, Viral, Kansas City Chiefs, West Coast, Mall, Nipsey Hussle, Meek Mill, Atlantic Records


Report: Microsoft’s Surface Book 3 will arrive this spring

Microsoft’s Surface Books are due for an update. Though the company announced a plethora of new devices at its event last October, we were a bit surprised to find there was no update to the Surface Book in sight – a product that was last updated in November of 2017. It seems we won’t have to wait too much longer: Brad Sams of Petri reports Microsoft will announce the Surface Book 3 at an event in NYC this spring. The company is also expected to announce the Surface Go 2, an update to Microsoft‘s...
Tags: Startups, Microsoft, NYC, Insider, Brad Sams, Plugged


Industrial Loft Turned Feminine for a Valentine’s Day Wedding

Under a cloud of pink, this industrial loft in NYC was transformed into an ultra romantic and feminine wedding for Valentine’s Day designed by Wild Heights Events. Filled with soft and chic details we are oohing and ahhing over the ombre florals, the wispy blend of flowers in the hanging installation and the dreamy off-the-shoulder bridal dress with detachable sleeves. Rebecca Ou Photography‘s gorgeous photos easily just our Valentine this year. View full post
Tags: NYC, Valentine's Day, Wedding, Pink, Industrial, Valentine, Feminine, Anthurium, Wedding Design, Wedding Ideas, Designs By Ahn, Off The Shoulder, Hanging Floral Installation, Ombre Flowers, Rebecca Ou Photography


Tech Jobs For All Who Want Them

The tech sector is the fastest growing sector of the economy in NYC and around the US and around the world. The tech sector offers high paying jobs and a growing number of them. But, as we all know, the tech sector lacks the gender and racial diversity that would allow everyone to benefit from this growing sector of the economy. Most of the studies that have looked at the lack of diversity point to a skills gap standing in the way. So last year Tech:NYC (where I am co-chair) and a few larg...
Tags: Politics, Enterprise, NYC, Entrepreneurship, New York City, US, Employment, Trends, Management, Economics, Policy, Bloomberg LP, Hacking Government, Google Verizon, Hacking Education, Albert Wenger


Friends-themed brunch in NYC

It seemed like the cast of Friends’ only responsibility on the show was crushing hangout sessions. Kicking back in Central Perk on a casual Wednesday afternoon, hanging all day in an apartment that, in real-life Manhattan prices, would probably cost about $3 million. The only place we didn’t see them hanging out was at Sunday brunch. And yet, that’s the Friends-themed experience coming to New York City this summer. On June 14, at a location to be announced later, The Brunch Club is sponsoring...
Tags: Travel, Brunch, NYC, Friends, New York City, Manhattan, Denver, Ross, All, Friends-themed Brunch


The best budget hotels in New York for 2020

A visit to the Big Apple usually means a towering price tag for your hotel. But that doesn’t have to be the case when you check into one of the best budget hotels in New York. As you probably know, on EuroCheapo we keep a full list of cheap hotels in New York. But we thought we help simplify your research for you a bit, so we explored the most popular neighborhoods in Manhattan to find the very best deals in town. From charming guesthouses to chic hotels with rooftop bars, the New York hotel sce...
Tags: Travel, Apple, New York, NYC, New York City, Chelsea, Broadway, Manhattan, Catholic, Upper West Side, Midtown, Central Park, Empire State Building, Dailycheapo, Hotel Advice For New York, Cheap Hotels In New York


Equal Ventures raises debut $56M fund to double down on thesis-driven seed

There has been a proliferation of venture capital the past few years, as funds go up and down the stack looking for unique and high-return opportunities in the startup landscape. Large funds are increasingly investing in small rounds, which has forced seed investors to answer much more carefully why they should exist in the first place at their stage. The paradox of 2020 VC is that the largest funds are doing the smallest rounds For Richard Kerby and Rick Zullo, the answer is that seed inv...
Tags: Startups, NYC, New York City, Chicago, Venture Capital, Megan Rose Dickey, Venrock, Lightbank, Rick Zullo, Kerby, Zullo, Carlota Perez, Richard Kerby, Equal Ventures, Ali Afridi


NYC bread/baking supply stores?

NYC bread/baking supply stores? Submitted by mburns87 on February 10, 2020 - 7:46pm. Hey, baking pals!I'm getting into some more involved soaker breads, and I'm curious if anyone knows of a baking supply store in Manhattan that reliably carries things like rye chops and rye berries, and other bread-oriented stuff. I've checked out a couple Whole Foods locations and they were at a loss to tell me where I could pick up rye chops.Worst case scenario I can turn to Amazon, but it would b...
Tags: Amazon, NYC, Manhattan, Baking


Art21 Documents Jacolby Satterwhite’s Artistic Advancements

One of the non-profit's five winter films features the imaginative multi-disciplinary artist Through their documentary-style digital films, NYC-based non-profit Art21 amplifies the voices of contemporary artists at turning points in their careers. With their latest release, The Incredulity of Jacolby Satterwhite, the organization revisits mixed-media visionary Jacolby Satterwhite as he prepares for and builds into exhibitions at Brooklyn‘s Pioneer Works and Philadelphia‘s The Fabric Workshop …
Tags: Art, Videos, New York, Design, Interviews, NYC, Films, Culture, Brooklyn, Artists, Documentaries, Philadelphia, Final Fantasy, Pioneer Works, Short Films, Jacolby Satterwhite


My First Gay Ski Weekend — Elevation Gay Ski in Tremblant

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - I’ve been traveling for years and have been lucky to experience a lot of amazing things around the world. Especially so because I work professionally as a gay travel writer; I’ve been able to visit faraway places, some of the world’s biggest gay hotspots, and attend countless LGBTQ pride festivals and other queer events. A lot of times, people just think of gay travel as those gay cruises in the Greek ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Winter, NYC, Washington, La, America, Canada, United States, Tremblant, Montreal, Caribbean, Park City Utah, Georges, Greek Isles, Mammoth California


Computer Science For All NYC

About ten years ago, I started asking why were weren’t teaching computer science to every student in the NYC public school system. That led to a journey that started with some computer science high schools and eventually got to a ten year program to get computer science teachers in every school building in NYC and computer science classes for every student. That program is called Computer Science For All and this short three-minute video explains what it is and how it works. USV TEAM POS...
Tags: NYC, Trends, Hacking Education, Rebecca Kaden, Complete Nick Grossman Feb


This Week on TRB

On an all new What Are Your Thoughts this week, Michael and I get into Amazon Prime, YouTube’s ad numbers, Coronavirus, the greatest short squeeze ever and a lot more. Subscribe to the channel, we’re on the verge of breaking 25,000 subs and we appreciate each and every one of you!  It was great to have one of the newest members of our firm, Nick Sapienza, come up to NYC this week to visit. Nick is a client-...The post This Week on TRB appeared first on The Reformed Broker.
Tags: NYC, Finance, Links, NICK, Michael, Amazon Prime YouTube, Nick Sapienza


The Coronavirus Outbreak Should Bring Out the Best in Humanity

Pandemics are perversely democratic. They’re nasty, lethal and sneaky, but they don’t discriminate. No matter your age, ethnicity, religion, gender, or nation, you’re a part of the pathogenic constituency. That shared vulnerability, and the resulting human collectivism—a universal response to a universal threat—is newly and vividly evident in the face of the now-global outbreak of the novel coronavirus known as 2019-nCoV. As of writing, there have been over 30,000 diagnosed cases and over 6...
Tags: Europe, News, Cdc, NYC, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, China, Germany, Boston, Nigeria, Africa, Americas, Uncategorized, Nap, Colombia, West


These are the 15 buzziest cannabis startups to bet on in 2020, according to top investors

We asked some of the top cannabis investors to tell us which startups they're most excited about in 2020. We took that list and narrowed it down to 15 startups based on which companies came up the most. Cannabis tech companies like Flowhub and LeafLink generated the most votes on our list.  Click here for more BI Prime stories. Despite tough times in the broader cannabis industry, investors who have bet on the burgeoning space say things will turn around as we enter the 2020s.  While venture-...
Tags: Europe, California, NYC, Boston, Massachusetts, US, Trends, Colombia, Canada, United States, Silicon Valley, Michigan, Illinois, East Coast, Date, Pax Labs


Sudden ban on rental broker fees in New York draws outrage from real estate industry, praise from renters

Individual agents and brokers blasted the decision, saying it would eventually pass the costs onto consumers in the form of higher rent.
Tags: New York, Landlord, NYC, New York City, Regulations, Radio, Rent, Rentals, Select, Warburg Realty, Brokers' Fee, Comapss, Lindsey Boylan, Mara Gay, Martin Eidan


Scottish politician resigns after bombarding 16-year-old boy with texts

Derek Mackay (Photo: Scottish Government) A leading politician in Scotland has resigned his position in the country’s government. He was the Finance Secretary. Derek Mackay – tipped as a potential future leader of the SNP (Scottish National Party) – was due to deliver his high-profile budget report today. However, just after midnight, the Scottish Sun published dozens of text messages Mackay, 42, is alleged to have sent a 16-year-old boy. In the messages, Mackay offers to take the boy out to ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Instagram, NYC, Scotland, Lifestyle, Nicola Sturgeon, SNP, Glasgow, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Derek, Mackay, Stewart McDonald, Derek Mackay, Mike Yenni


DHS Suspends Global Entry And Other Trusted Traveler Programs For New York Residents!

Fox News is reporting that Department of Homeland Security is closing the Global Entry program and other Trusted Traveler Programs in New York in response to NYC declaring itself a sanctuary city with their “Green Light Law” and awarding driver’s licences without verifying immigration status. As a result, New York State residents will no longer […]
Tags: Deals, New York, NYC, Dhs, Fox News, Department Of Homeland Security, New York State, Points & Travel, Trusted Traveler Programs, New York Residents


What to wear to NYFW 2020 if you want to get your pic snapped

New York Fashion Week is upon us, so it’s time to dress to impress. Whether you’re headed to the runway shows in NYC or just need some street style inspiration, here’s what to wear — from of-the-moment designers to the buzziest trends — so you can stand out in a sea of fab fashionistas. Anything...
Tags: Fashion, NYC, New York Fashion Week