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Hate crimes in New York City spiked in the first few months of 2021, NYPD data shows

More than 200 people gathered on Washington Square Park to rally in support Asian community, against hate crime and white nationalism. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images Hate crimes rose dramatically in New York City during the first quarter of 2021, police data shows. Anti-Asian incidents represented the highest number of hate crimes. There were 80 anti-Asian hate crimes between January 1 and April 4, 2021. See more stories on Insider's business page. Hate crimes ...
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'Maybe I just wasn't good enough': Elizabeth Warren reflects on unsuccessful presidential campaign in new book

Then-US presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren speaks during a rally at Washington Square Park in New York on September 16, 2019. Preston Ehrler/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Sen. Warren reflects on her unsuccessful 2020 presidential bid in her upcoming book, "Persist." After entering the race to much fanfare, she was unable to translate that enthusiasm to votes. "Maybe I just wasn't good enough to reassure the voters," she wrote. See more stories on Insider's business ...
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10 things in tech you need to know today

More than 200 people gathered on Washington Square Park to rally in support Asian community, against hate crime and white nationalism. Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.Let's get started.1. Silicon Valley VCs are calling to #StopAsianHate in the aftermath of the Atlanta shootings. Some of the industry's top venture capitalists are sharing their personal stories and demandi...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Spacex, Instagram, Senate, Samsung, Alabama, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, Atlanta, Nasa, Silicon Valley, Jeff Bezos, Vermont, Bernie Sanders


Historical Remains Found During Construction Reburied in NYC

New York city officials say human remains of early New Yorkers that were discovered during construction in and around Washington Square Park have been reburied inside the park.
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Remembering John Lennon on the 40th Anniversary of his Death

The Imagine Circle in Strawberry Fields, Central Park, New York City (Venice, Italy) On December 8, 1980, I was living in the West Village in New York, studying theater with Stella Adler, and working part-time as a waitress at a pub called Traders Inn on Hudson Street between West 11th and Bank. I lived right around the corner, and had gotten home about 11:00 PM. My phone rang a little while later. It was my sister calling from New Jersey. "John Lennon has been shot." I was stunned. ...
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How to With John Wilson is the year’s best nature documentary (ars technica)

How to With John Wilson airs Fridays on HBO At this point, it’s practically mandatory for any show set in New York to open with shots of landmarks like the Empire State Building, Central Park, or a row of honking yellow taxis in rush hour traffic. Anything quickly recognizable will suffice, as long as it represents life in the big city. (Looking for arty vibes? Search no further than Washington Square Park.) HBO’s docuseries How to With John Wilson doesn’t break from this tradition. In addition...
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Andrew Yang reportedly named in a New York City mayoral poll, fueling speculation he may run on a third party line in 2021

A supporter carries a sign supporting Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang's plan for a $1000 monthly universal basic income during a rally in Washington Square Park, May 14, 2019 in New York City. Drew Angerer/Getty Images A new poll in New York City included former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, according to Politico. Yang was listed in an online poll gauging enthusiasm for a third party candidate in the Big Apple's 2021 mayoral race. He was alongside 10 othe...
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Jubilance In The Streets: America Erupts In Celebration After Trump’s Loss

It’s finally over. President Donald Trump is done. Finished. Out. Expired. Old news. And after four years of enduring the ceaseless neglect, corruption, and cruelty of a self-obsessed real estate developer with little interest in improving people’s lives, America is ready to pop bottles. It started with vague honks in the streets — a not uncommon staple of reality in some of America’s largest cities. Then there were the shouts, cheers, cowbells, whistles and a lot more honking. Chants of “thi...
Tags: News, White House, America, Joe Biden, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Times Square, TPM, Washington Square Park, Matt Shuham, 2020 Election, Nicole Lafond, Kate Riga


'Democracy works': Biden addresses nation as vote count shows him on brink of victory – live

Georgia heading for recount while Biden leads in two key statesJoe Biden on course to win presidency after record turnoutWhy are the media reporting different US election results?Trump v Biden – full 2020 results as they come in 4.30am GMT Gabrielle Canon reports: Marches continued in New York City for the 4th night, in support of vote counters and the expected end to Trump’s presidency. Hundreds are still gathering in the streets tonight, and even after clashes with police and documented ab...
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Back-to-back weekend parties at park near NYU raise coronavirus concerns

New York officials are working to curb large gatherings in Washington Square Park after parties two weekends in a row raised concern over coronavirus spread.
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Disney+ Movies and TV Titles for September 2020 Revealed!

Disney+ Movies and TV Titles for September 2020 Revealed! Disney+ has revealed the full list of new movies and TV titles that will be available to the streaming service this coming September 2020. Next month includes the premiere of Mulan, where starting September 4, with Premier Access, viewers can watch the film before it’s available to all Disney+ subscribers. Disney+ will offer Premier Access to Mulan for $29.99 on disneyplus.com and select platforms. You can check out the full list of wh...
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Washington Square Park... it's like it's Slaveowner Square Park....

Washington Square Park, NYC. pic.twitter.com/PEidU4Njw8— BILL HEMMER (@BillHemmer) June 29, 2020 [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Rise in Shootings Continues in NYC

A rise in New York City gun violence shows no signs of abating, with at least 25 shootings occurring over the weekend.The victims include a 23-year-old man and 39-year-old woman who were shot in broad daylight in Brooklyn on Saturday, both of whom were pronounced dead at the scene. A 17-year-old Bronx resident died Sunday night after being shot in the neck.At least 500 people have been shot in the city since the start of 2020, a 42 percent uptick from the same period of 2019. From Sunday through...
Tags: New York, News, Minneapolis, New York City, Brooklyn, Bronx, West Village, Floyd, Washington Square Park, Monahan, Terence Monahan, George Floyd


Despite Police Confrontation, the Queer Liberation March Was a Powerful and Peaceful Call for Justice

Thousands of protesters flooded the streets of lower Manhattan on Sunday for the Queer Liberation March for Black Lives and Against Police Brutality, a rallying cry against police violence that combined the spirit of Pride with the ongoing calls of the Black Lives Matter movement. Late afternoon reports on social media showed disturbing moments of confrontation after a largely peaceful march, with the police pushing through crowds of protesters and appearing to detain multiple people.New York Ci...
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Manhattan, Black Lives Matter, The Daily Beast, City Hall, Stonewall, Black Panthers, Todd, Carter, East Village, Dylan, Washington Square, Washington Square Park, Stonewall Inn


Police Officer Charges at Protesters During 'Queer Liberation March' in New York

A police officer charged at people taking part in the “Queer Liberation March for Black Lives and Against Police Brutality,” in New York City on June 28, in an attempt to clear people off a street next to Washington Square Park, video shows.Eliel Cruz captured video that shows two officers rush into a group of protesters, before one of the officers tells the crowd to “get out of the street.” Additional officers then attempted to push protesters back.The Gothamist, a local news site, reported tha...
Tags: New York, News, New York City, Lgbtq, Eliel Cruz, RPC, Washington Square Park, Black Lives and Against Police Brutality, Reclaim Pride Coalition RPC


‘The Camp Would Frequently Bring Us Into Manhattan for Field Trips’

A planned reunion in Washington Square Park, a dropped book and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
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Protests continue in NYC amid lingering tensions over curfew

Demonstrations over the death of George Floyd continued in New York City on Saturday with thousands taking to the streets and parks to protest police brutality, as the city continued to enforce an 8 p.m. curfew that has created tensions between protesters and police. At protests in Manhattan, volunteers handed out snacks, first aid kits and plenty of water bottles on a muggy afternoon. Thousands of people crossed the Brooklyn Bridge into lower Manhattan, where other groups numbering in the hun...
Tags: News, New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn Bridge, Washington Square Park, Foley Square, George Floyd


Protests turn subdued after new charges in Floyd case

By NOMAAN MERCHANT, AMY FORLITI and TIM SULLIVAN MINNEAPOLIS  — Demonstrations in cities across the U.S. to condemn racism and police abuses remained large but turned notably more subdued on the eve of a Thursday memorial service for George Floyd that kicks off a series of events to mourn the man whose death empowered a national movement. The calmer protests came on the same day that prosecutors charged three more police officers and filed a new, tougher charge against the officer at the center ...
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Looting and violence continues in New York City despite unprecedented curfew

People smashed their way into shops including Macy’s while Mayor Bill de Blasio says curfew would start earlier tonight, at 8pmAn unprecedented curfew in New York City on Monday night did little to prevent destruction, as people smashed their way into shops including Macy’s flagship store, grabbed merchandise and fled.Police said more than 200 were arrested and several officers were injured, following another day of peaceful protests throughout the city over the death of George Floyd, an African...
Tags: New York, News, Minneapolis, New York City, Nike, Manhattan, Bill De Blasio, Bronx, Andrew Cuomo, Princeton, De Blasio, Macy, Rahman, Floyd, Washington Square Park, Monahan


NYU's virtual reality grad celebration was creepy and barren — I walked around in an angry-looking avatar and almost no one showed up

Theo Wayt is a reporter who's written for the Associated Press, NBC News, The New York Post, Vice, and Gothamist; he also recently graduated from New York University. NYU was the first to host a virtual reality graduation party, allowing 2020 graduates to fly around a simulated "Virtual Reality Grad Alley." 2020 graduates could design avatars and interact with each other in blocky version of New York City hotspots, but very few people showed up. The school's administration said there will be a...
Tags: New York, New York City, Trends, Manhattan, Long Island, New York University, Nyu, Gothamist, Memphis Tennessee, Greenwich Village, Washington Square, Washington Square Park, Karpen, Westchester NY, New York University NYU, Associated Press NBC News


You Know You’re Gay When…

You Know You’re Gay When… Lyle Waggoner made me gay. He was the centerfold in Playgirl, 1974. CHAPTER 4 YOU KNOW YOU’RE GAY WHEN… You know what color chartreuse is. You have used chartreuse in a sentence. You wear chartreuse.                   For millions of red-blooded American boys and girls—heck, not just Americans but anyone in the world with red blood—coming out of the closet to your family takes a bit of doing. Perhaps “takes a bit of doing” is putting it mildly since one tends to agon...
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Elizabeth Warren Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign

(WASHINGTON) — Elizabeth Warren, who electrified progressives with her “plan for everything” and strong message of economic populism, dropped out of the Democratic presidential race on Thursday, according to a person familiar with her plans. The exit came days after the onetime front-runner couldn’t win a single Super Tuesday state, not even her own. The Massachusetts senator hasn’t endorsed Bernie Sanders or Joe Biden, the remaining candidates in the race. But she has talked to both campai...
Tags: New York, News, Minnesota, Congress, Washington, White House, Massachusetts, Uncategorized, Elizabeth Warren, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, New Hampshire, Hawaii, House, Iowa, Manhattan


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 ...
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‘I Knew Inevitably It Would Betray You.’ James Taylor on Avoiding the Trap of Celebrity

It’s a dreary afternoon, so James Taylor is building us a fire. First he drags a bucket of kindling into the living room of his sprawling western Massachusetts house. Then he kneels on the rug in front of the hearth and begins, with deliberate precision, to chop up a few choice pieces of wood with a hatchet. Once the fire is crackling, he slowly unfolds himself into a standing position–all six-plus feet of him, still lanky and imposing at 71–and settles into a plush armchair. It’s the kind ...
Tags: Music, New York, London, Lana Del Rey, News, Taylor Swift, Massachusetts, New York City, Uncategorized, Paul Simon, America, Barack Obama, David Bowie, Broadway, Elton John, Brazil


I just had sober sex for the first time since high school and it was kinda awkward

After I quit drinking two years ago, I realized two things: 1. That I hadn’t had sober sex since high school and, 2. that I didn’t have a six pack. But after many fiber-based meals, early mornings, and long, intense sessions on my back, I finally fixed that first thing. At first, I confronted my lack of experience with sober sex in a healthy manner– by avoiding it and crying all the time. I avoided it because I didn’t want to know someone intimately, without a filter. As for the crying, it was ...
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You can now buy WeWork exec Miguel McKelvey's luxury townhouse for $21 million — but the erotic, rainbow-print art in the dining room isn't included

WeWork cofounder Miguel McKelvey is selling his three-floor NYC townhouse for $21 million, The New York Post reported. A Twitter user spotted that the listing includes a photo of two erotic pieces of artwork on the dining room wall, made by artist John Giorno. Although it's unclear whether this is McKelvey's art, the listing agent confirmed to Business Insider that all the furniture and artwork featured in the pictures is "as it was" when the owner lived there. Visit Business Insider's homepa...
Tags: New York Post, New York, Trends, Manhattan, WeWork, John Giorno, Adam Neumann, Stowe, Washington Square Park, Douglas Elliman, McKelvey, Miguel McKelvey, Giorno, Georgia Kromrei, Clinton Stowe


The 4th Annual Chita Rivera Awards Will Take Place Sunday, May 17 at The NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

The 4th annual Chita Rivera Awards www.ChitaRiveraAwards.com will take place on Sunday, May 17 at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts 566 LaGuardia Place off of Washington Square Park, it was announced today by Joe Lanteri, Founder and Executive Director of the New York City Dance Alliance Foundation, Inc. www.NYCDAFoundation.net. Lanteri produces in conjunction with Patricia Watt. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Extinction Rebellion protesters pour fake blood over New York's capitalist bull

Demonstrators were arrested in a wave of US protests that are part of a global week of action by the UK-based groupExtinction Rebellion climate crisis activists protest at New York City’s famous Charging Bull statue. Photograph: Mike Segar/ReutersMore than 20 people were arrested by police in New York City’s financial district after Extinction Rebellion climate protesters poured fake blood over the famous Charging Bull statue, a symbol of American capitalist might.The protesters launched a wave ...
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Warren aims to build appeal in Republican strongholds

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Elizabeth Warren has proven she’s popular in Democratic strongholds, perhaps most memorably when she filled New York’s Washington Square Park last month. But as she’s rising in the polls and sitting on a fresh pile of campaign cash, Warren is also frequently hitting places where she might be less welcome. […]
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31 Perfect Things To Do In NYC With Kids: A Mix Of Tourist Stops & Unique Adventures

That first time you visit the Big Apple should be forever memorable, regardless of your age. It requires the exact combination of classic NYC attractions mixed with unique and interesting sights, sounds, and tastes. You want to leave a little room for happening upon something unexpected, but come with a plan to explore and indulge. That’s what you’ll find in our post here about the best things to do in NYC with kids. My husband grew up just over the river in New Jersey, and we’ve been t...
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