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"It was Yang’s answers on homelessness and mental health at the final debate that finally settled it for me."

"Every other candidate spoke of homelessness as a disaster for the homeless. Yang discussed it as a quality of life problem for everyone else. 'Yes, mentally ill people have rights, but you know who else have rights?' he asked. 'We do: the people and families of the city.' For Yang, I suspect, a successful mayoralty would mean restoring Michael Bloomberg’s New York, an extremely safe, pleasant place for tourists and well-off families like mine, but one where many poorer people were financially s...
Tags: New York, Law, NYC, America, Poverty, Michael Bloomberg, Yang, Michelle Goldberg, City Life, Ann Althouse, Andrew Yang


All About Jake Bongiovi, Millie Bobby Brown’s Boyfriend

The two were seen in NYC holding hands this week.
Tags: NYC, Jake Bongiovi Millie Bobby Brown


Pier 76

For as long as I can remember, Pier 76 on the west side of Manhattan has been home to the west side tow pound. Some of my worst moments as a NYC resident have been there retrieving a car or a scooter, something I’ve done more than I want to remember. It was pure misery to have to go there and I think that was intentional. So over the last four months on my morning bike rides up the west side bike path, I have been watching the city tear down the west side tow pound and replace it with an urba...
Tags: NYC, Trends, Manhattan, Hudson, Hannah Murdoch Jun


These communities are at high risk for dangerous Covid-19 variants, expert says

• Morgan Stanley CEO gives NYC workers an ultimatum • Families mourn loss of loved ones who hesitated on the Covid-19 vaccine • Why it's crucial to get kids caught up on their childhood
Tags: News, NYC, Stories, Morgan Stanley CEO


A look inside Google’s first store, opening in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood tomorrow

There have been plenty of pop-ups over the years, but tomorrow Google’s first store opens in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood. The brick and mortar model finds the company joining peers like Apple, Microsoft, Samsung and even Amazon, all of whom have a retail presence in Manhattan, including several just around the corner from Google’s new digs. The new space, which opens tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. local time, fills 5,000 square feet of selling space in Google’s big, pricey West Side real estate inve...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Ecommerce, New York, Hardware, NYC, New York City, Tech, Post Office, Chelsea, Retail, Manhattan, Starbucks, West Side, Google Store


Open for business: A look inside our Google Store in NYC

On June 17, our first-ever physical retail store opens its doors for business in New York City. This new space will be a natural extension of our commitment to NYC and provide customers with hands-on interaction with our lineup of devices and services — from Pixel phones and Nest products to Fitbit wearables and Pixelbooks. To mark the occasion, here’s a look inside the Google Store in Chelsea  — from our commitments to sustainability to new product experiences throughout the space. A pe...
Tags: Google, New York, NYC, New York City, Chelsea, Mountain View, Google Translate, U S Green Building Council, Google Store, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Google Search Google, Paul Warchol, Devices & Services, Google Store Chelsea, Ivy RossNathan Allen, Pixel YouTube


"I can hear the hurt and frustration over colorism, of feeling still unseen in the feedback. I hear that without sufficient dark-skinned Afro-Latino representation, the work feels extractive..."

".... of the community we wanted so much to represent with pride and joy. In trying to paint a mosaic of this community, we fell short. I’m truly sorry. I’m learning from the feedback, I thank you for raising it, and I’m listening.” Tweets Lin-Manuel Miranda, quoted in "Lin-Manuel Miranda Addresses Lack of Afro-Latino Representation in ‘In the Heights’: ‘We Fell Short’" (Variety). Here's the criticism that caused him to go straight to apology mode: DAMN DAMN DAMN THIS IS PAINFUL pic.twitter.com...
Tags: Law, NYC, New York City, Rap, Broadway, Eminem, Miranda, Rotten Tomatoes, Dominican Republic, Washington Heights, Lin Manuel Miranda, Chu, Jon M. Chu, Porgy, Race Consciousness, Ann Althouse


Early Voting

NYC has a primary next week (June 22nd) in which parties will pick their nominees for Mayor, City Council races, Borough President races, and Manhattan will pick candidates for Attorney General. Because NYC is overwhelmingly Democratic, the primary is the main event. Most of the time, Democratic candidates prevail in the General Election in November. So this is a big election for NYC and everyone who cares about the future of NYC should make it a point to vote in this primary. Early votin...
Tags: NYC, Trends, USV, General Election, Manhattan, Mayor City Council, Hannah Murdoch Jun


I visited one of the most iconic neighborhood bars in NYC after it reopened - here's what it was like

The bar at Bemelmans in New York City. Michelle Gross Michelle Gross is a freelance writer based in New York. Recently, she spent a Friday night out at Bemelmans, the iconic bar at The Carlyle Hotel on the Upper East Side. Although reopened at only 50% capacity, Gross says the bar was bustling with music and a new drinks menu. See more stories on Insider's business page. In a city like New York, there's no shortage of neighborhood bars. And while everyone has their favorite, for me...
Tags: Travel, New York, News, Gross, NYC, Restaurants, New York City, Bars, Trends, Retail, John F Kennedy, Gillespie, Upper East Side, Dining, Frank Sinatra, Nordic


Protesters at NYC public college hijack Zoom lecture with anti-Semitic rhetoric, Jewish students say

A required Zoom lecture at a public university in New York City quickly devolved into a pro-Palestinian protest, as several students and...
Tags: NYC, New York City


Macy’s fireworks will be live on July 4 in NYC for ‘biggest show yet,’ de Blasio says

Macy’s annual July 4 fireworks display will be back, live, with New Yorkers able to see in person the “biggest show yet,” Mayor Bill de...
Tags: NYC, Macy


Progressives unite around one candidate in NYC mayor's race. Will it be enough to win the 'post-COVID moment'?

Maya Wiley has won the backing of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in the New York City mayoral race. Will it be enough for a liberal to win?       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, NYC, New York City, Usa Today, Maya Wiley, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez


"I seem to be the only person who recalls that ranked choice was on the ballot at one point, and I voted against it. I am really opposed to this idea."

"I’m going to vote for one person in each office.... Truthfully, in my lifetime, I’ve only liked two mayors: I liked Lindsay, and I liked Dinkins. Even Dinkins was far away. Lindsay, no one even knows — some kid asked me this and then she looked up Lindsay. She said, 'How could you have liked him? He’s a Republican.' Today, he’d practically be a socialist. To me, Andrew Yang is a kind of a Trump figure. I’m not saying he’s bad in that way, morally bad. But it’s ridiculous: The reason he was lea...
Tags: Voting, Law, NYC, New York City, Chelsea Manning, Trump, Yang, Lindsay, Ann Althouse, Fran Lebowitz, Andrew Yang, Lindsay She, Dinkins Even Dinkins, NY Magazine Notice


Venn, a social networking and services platform for hyperlocal neighborhood groups, raises $60M

Facebook, Nextdoor, and many others in tech have focused on the concepts of community and neighborhoods to build connections between people and in turn offer services relevant to them. Today, a startup called Venn, which is bringing a new approach to that concept — it’s focusing first on apartment dwellers and cutting deals with building landlords to supply social networking services to their tenants — is announcing $60 million in growth funding to expand its business to more cities. This round,...
Tags: TC, Facebook, NYC, La, Berlin, Israel, Tel Aviv, Tech, West Coast, Kansas City, Group, Vinny, Lili, Bushwick Brooklyn, Venn, Avni


We visited a pop-up vaccine clinic in a New York neighborhood that was once a COVID-19 hotspot. Some residents say they're having trouble taking off work to get the shot, while others still don't trust the city's commitment to the community.

Jackie Lopez, who leads the COVID Free Queens Coalition at Sunnyside Community Services Allana Akhtar/Business Insider Here's what it was like inside a one-day pop-up vaccine site at Sunnyside Community Services in NYC. Walk-in vaccine recipients preferred the Pfizer vaccine over the Johnson & Johnson shot. Workers are providing information on vaccines through town halls and text messages. See more stories on Insider's business page. Leaders at Sunnyside Community Services, a non-p...
Tags: Amazon, New York, News, Cdc, NYC, New York City, US, Trends, Diversity, Economy, Netflix, New York Times, Queens, Employees, Healthcare, Pfizer


New York City is back

As seen here in Central Park's Sheep Meadow, the spirit of NYC is alive and well. Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images New York City is back. America's biggest city is recovering as New Yorkers return and its economy reopens. It's not the same as pre-pandemic NYC, but it's the beginning of the city's next chapter. See more stories on Insider's business page. I knew New York City was back when I found myself dancing on top of a booth in an East Village bar last weekend.The n...
Tags: Facebook, Asia, Florida, UK, New York, NYC, India, New York City, US, America, San Francisco, Trends, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Brooklyn, Usps


Comment on chickpea pan bagnat by Michelle

This looks so good and immediately brought back memories of when I used to buy a chickpea sandwich from ‘wichcraft here in NYC for lunch! (a recipe for that sandwich, with a lemon confit, is here: https://www.popsugar.com/Recipe-Wichcraft-Chopped-Chickpeas-Roasted-Red-Pepper-Sandwich-3039365 )
Tags: Food, NYC, Michelle


I spent the day at Saks Fifth Avenue in NYC without a mask - here's what it was like

The author at L’Avenue restaurant at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City. Michelle Gross If you're fully vaccinated in New York City, you may now be able to go maskless at certain places. Writer Michelle Gross recently went to luxury department store Saks Fifth Avenue without wearing a mask. Gross says the store's restaurant was operating at limited capacity and many shoppers were still masked. See more stories on Insider's business page. For the first time since the pandemic be...
Tags: New York, News, Shopping, Gross, NYC, New York City, San Francisco, Trends, Philippe Starck, Retail, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordic, Stephanie, Brookfield Place, Saks, Michelle Gross


Andrew Yang ridiculed after he said Times Square is his favorite NYC subway station

New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang collects signatures to be on the Democratic primary ballot as he campaigns for mayor on the D subway train in Manhattan, New York City. Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images Andrew Yang faced a wave of ridicule after he called Times Square his favorite NYC subway station. His answer prompted jokes from critics who said no "real New Yorker" likes Times Square. Yang - who is a serious contender for NYC mayor - also struggled to name his favor...
Tags: Politics, New York, News, NYC, Jay Z, New York City, Trends, Kanye West, Paris, Showtime, Mayoral elections, The Office, Jay, New York Daily News, Nyu, Times Square


New Trailer for 'Ahead of the Curve' Doc About the Lesbian Magazine

"Just the power of seeing… me." Wolfe Video has released an official trailer for an indie documentary called Ahead of the Curve, opening at the IFC Center in NYC starting this week. The doc is a fascinating inside look at Curve magazine, "the best-selling lesbian magazine ever published." From its start in 1990, Curve magazine was a "visionary and unapologetic celebration of lesbian life from cover to cover." Confronted with their possible demise in 2019, director Jen Rainin and Curve founde...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, NYC, Documentaries, Wolfe Video, Lea Delaria, IFC Center, To Watch, Franco Stevens, Jen Rainin


Object of Desire: Ibazen Clocks, Handmade in Japan

Is it possible to have romantic feelings for a clock? We think so. The Ibazen Wall Clock, designed by Takahito Iba, is made entirely by hand, with a Japanese cherry wood frame and blackened steel hands. Here’s a look: Above: The Ibazen Wall Clock is available from Nalata/Nalata in NYC for $530. Above: The face is letterpress printed in a font designed by Iba’s wife; the case has seven coats of natural lacquer. Above: The Ibezan Desk Clock from Nalata Nalata is $485. Above: A closeup. See mor...
Tags: Accessories, Books, Japan, NYC, Clocks, Brooklyn, Iba, Nalata Nalata, Takahito Iba, Rebekah Miles Floral Ceramic Table Lamp Object


84 gift ideas for everyone in your life - all under $100

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Hollis Johnson/Crystal Cox/Alyssa Powell/Business Insider With a $100 budget, you can buy anything from a smart speaker to a . These 80+ gift ideas cover a wide range of interests and needs and are also unique. If your budget changes or you don't have a budget at all, we have guides that hit all price points. Although gift-giving is a fun way to show the people you care about love and appreciation,...
Tags: Reviews, Google, Amazon, Nordstrom, NYC, Disney, US, Trends, Walmart, Features, Gifts, Fox, Philippines, Tennessee, New York Times, Connecticut


Woman fatally shot at NYC vigil for man slain 24 hours earlier

Shalimar Birkett, 32, was attending the memorial on Park Place near Howard Ave. in Brownsville when she was shot about 11 p.m. Monday, cops said.
Tags: NYC, Brownsville, Howard Ave, Shalimar Birkett


NYC’s Pride Parade Bans Police Officers Through 2025

Pride organizers urged law enforcement to “acknowledge their harm."
Tags: News, NYC


Top Stories this AM: Fauci favors 'moral responsibility'; Gaetz's pal pleads guilty; did Yang Gang cheat its way through a NYT quiz?

Good morning and welcome to your weekday morning roundup of the top stories you need to know.For more daily and weekly briefings, sign up for our newsletters here. What's going on today:Gaetz-gate heats up. Matt Gaetz associate Joel Greenberg will plead guilty to 6 felony counts, including sex-trafficking, wire fraud, and identity theft - and that could be a sign of coming trouble for Gaetz. "What Gaetz would be concerned about is if there's a cooperation agreement in this matter that in...
Tags: Cdc, NYC, White House, Trends, Fbi, Brooklyn, Wyoming, House, New York Times, Nancy Pelosi, Biden, Anthony Fauci, Cheney, Trump, Yang, Pelosi


"I do miss the quiet, the strange peace, the empty streets, the feeling of solidarity among those of us who stayed, who don’t have country houses or parents or fancy friends with guest rooms."

"Perhaps this is because it reminds me of the East Village I moved into 40 years ago, when streets were deserted at night; when you could make out on your doorstep for an hour and not a soul would pass to catcall; when you knew your neighbors, knew the shopkeepers. We’re all in this together, that was the feeling. Despite the dirt, the rampant crime (one block west boasted one of the city’s highest murder rates, as drug gangs fought for turf), we were a community. Just by buying bread at the bak...
Tags: Law, NYC, East Village, Phyllis, City Life, Ann Althouse, Thomas McKean, Coronavirus


"I loved this story. In a precise, concise exercise the question exposed the empty verbiage of people who dare to think they can govern or worse, think they can lead."

"The truth exposes their credentials vs knowledge. Political candidacy has become formulaic even shallow. This simple query sifted the chaff from the wheat. It works as short hand test for cities across the US."Top-rated comment at the NYT for a story titled Shaun Donovan was the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Obama Administration and housing commissioner in the Bloomberg Administration. His answer was "In Brooklyn, huh? I would guess it is around $100,000." How could he be ...
Tags: Real Estate, Law, Obama Administration, NYC, Wikipedia, US, Brooklyn, Harvard University, Housing and Urban Development, Donovan, Shaun Donovan, Harvard College, Ann Althouse, Master of Public Administration, John F Kennedy School of Government, Bloomberg Administration


In-Person vs On-Screen

Last week I spent three hours with my six partners in a conference room talking through what we are investing in and why. It was a terrific session and I had more “ahas” in those three hours than I have had in many many months. There really is no substitute for sitting together with your colleagues working things out face to face. This week our team met with a founder in Singapore via Zoom. It was midnight in Singapore and noon in NYC. In one hour we learned enough from the founder to be able...
Tags: NYC, Entrepreneurship, Singapore, Trends, Management, USV, John Buttrick


Official Trailer for Stormi Maya's Comedy 'Shark' About Two Rappers

"Don't let me down." Freestyle Digital Media has debuted an official trailer for an indie comedy from NYC titled Shark, the feature directorial debut of actress Stormi Maya. Shark is a Hip-Hop comedy drama that follows the journey of two rappers: Lucky and Poutine. Lucky, played by Laron Wells, is a young rapper born in Baltimore, Maryland who moves into New York City to chase his dreams. Rapper Poutine, played by Anthony Fields, is from Montreal and is way older than Lucky and has life resp...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, NYC, New York City, Montreal, Lucky, Don, Indies, Baltimore Maryland, Poutine, To Watch, Freestyle Digital Media, Stormi Maya, Stormi Maya Shark, Poutine Lucky, Laron Wells


Veterans group slams NYC decision to deny permit for Memorial Day march while allowing Cannabis Parade

James Haynes III, CEO of United Staten Island Veterans Organization Inc., and his attorney Brendan Lantry pointed to a “sickening”...
Tags: NYC, James Haynes, United Staten Island Veterans Organization Inc, Brendan Lantry