- Business Insider 17:15September 21, 2021Google is doubling down on returning to the office with a $2.1 billion deal for a building in NYCWhile Google has embraced remote work, it's also made it clear that employees will be expected to return to the office in the future.
< Tech Insider, Google, Google offices, Google Headquarters, New York City, Manhattan, Working From Home, Remote Work >
- Business Insider 12:38September 21, 2021Photo shows Brazil's unvaccinated president eating pizza on a sidewalk in NYC, where unvaccinated people are barred from dining indoorsJair Bolsonaro and his Brazilian delegation arrived in New York City on Sunday ahead of the UN General Assembly, which begins Tuesday.
< Politics, Healthcare, New Uk, Jair Bolsonaro, coronavirus, UN General Assembly, Brazil, New York City >
- Business Insider 13:15September 19, 2021Inside young New Yorkers' 'wild ride' of Delta-era apartment hunting as they swarm 80-person open houses, realtors ghost, and rents skyrocketListings are few, brokers are unresponsive, and prices are high as young professionals and students vie for their own New York City rental pad.
< Real Estate, Economy, Markets, NYC, new york city real estate, Economy, Apartments, Apartment Hunting, StreetEasy, New York City, Rent, Housing Affordability >
- New York Magazine 16:00September 18, 2021‘I Did Not Want My Children to Be Home Again’After more than a year of Zoom school, NYC kids returned to classrooms, much to the relief of parents and teachers.
< education, pandemic, new york city, schools, bill de blasio, covid-19 >
- Business Insider 14:58September 16, 2021Coca-Cola's New York distributor says it's short of truckers, after a supermarket CEO complained he was struggling to get hold of the beverage giant's productsLiberty Coca-Cola Beverages, which distributes Coca-Cola's products, said it was offering signing bonuses and free classes to plug a trucker shortage.
< Retail, Economy, News, Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola company, New York, New York City, labor shortage, Supply Shortage, supply chain crisis, Trucker Shortage, truck driver shortage >
- Breitbart News 22:56September 15, 2021Vaccine Passport Enforcement in NYC Began This Week, Violators Face Up to $5,000 FinesEnforcement of New York City's "Key to NYC" Pass began this week, requiring businesses, such as restaurants and gyms, to discriminate against unvaccinated individuals by denying them entry into their establishments.
< Health, Politics, Science, Bill de Blasio, New York City, vaccine mandates >
- Observer 20:46September 15, 2021Inside the Peninsula Hotel, Where Naomi Osaka and Emma Raducanu Prepped for the Met GalaThe glamorous Fifth Avenue spot has welcomed many a Met Gala attendee over the years.
< Luxury Hotels, Met Gala, New York City, Peninsula Hotel, Peninsula Hotels, Peninsula New York, tennis players, U.S. Open >
- New York Magazine 02:46September 15, 2021De Blasio Finally Acts As Deaths Pile Up at Rikers IslandTen inmates have died so far this year, many by suicide, and the mayor is threatening to suspend jail staff if they keep going AWOL.
< rikers, bill de blasio, new york city >
- Business Insider 19:44September 14, 2021NYC Democratic mayoral nominee Eric Adams says the city has been 'dysfunctional' for 'so many years,' and pledges pro-business climateAdams said he plans to tackle issues like gun violence and housing affordability, invest in green jobs, and make NYC "the center of cybersecurity."
< Politics, Eric Adams, New York City mayoral race 2021, New York City, Wall Street, Business, COVID-19, Green Jobs, Economy >
- Business Insider 15:22September 14, 2021Some food-delivery workers in New York City have built makeshift break rooms in parking lots so they can shelter between shifts, according to a reportThe Verge also reported that riders were getting Chase debit cards so they could shelter in the bank's lobbies.
< Transportation, Tech Insider, News, New York, New York City, Uber Eats, DoorDash, delivery drivers, delivery apps, The Verge >
- New York Magazine 14:00September 14, 2021In New York, a Fake Vaxx Card Is As Easy to Buy As WeedThe proliferation of vaccine mandates is creating a black-market boom for counterfeit proof.
< vaccine passport, coronavirus vaccines, covid-19, pandemic, new york city >
- Snopes 20:25September 13, 2021School Starts for 1 Million NYC Kids Amid New Vaccine RulesSchool started for about a million New York City public school students in the nation's largest experiment of in-person learning during the coronavirus pandemic.
< COVID-19, new york city >
- Business Insider 12:45September 13, 2021Uber Eats, Grubhub, and DoorDash are suing NYC for capping the fees they can charge restaurantsUber Eats, Grubhub, and DoorDash said the commissions cap could reduce earnings for drivers and force them to raise prices for customers.
< Retail, Tech Insider, News, Uber Eats, GrubHub, Food, Fast Food, DoorDash, Seamless, PostMates, Caviar, New York City, delivery apps, Delivery services, Restaurants >
- Breitbart News 01:07September 12, 2021Donald Trump Visits New York City Police and Fire Departments on 9/11The former president spoke about the importance of law and order and honoring the sacrifices made by police departments throughout the city.
< Politics, 9/11, Donald Trump, New York City, NYPD >
- Breitbart News 18:17September 11, 2021Exclusive — Mother of 9/11 Hero 'Man in the Red Bandana': His Protective Nature Was Evident from ChildhoodAlison Crowther said her son, 9/11 hero Welles Remy Crowther, displayed a protective and caring nature towards others in his childhood.
< Radio, 9/11, 9/11 Attacks, 9/11 families, 9/11 Memorial, Alison Crowther, New York City, September 11, September 11 2001, September 11 attacks, Welles Crowther, World Trade Center >
- Breitbart News 05:42September 11, 2021Carney: 20 Years Ago Whitney Houston Reminded Us of the Power of the Flag, the Anthem, and AmericaOne week after the September 11th attacks, the air in New York City was still poisoned, the sickening smell of the still-burning ruins of the World Trade Center drifting up through Manhattan's streets and cursing us with coughs and cancers.
< Entertainment, Politics, 9/11, New York City, September 11, Whitney Houston, World Trade Center >
- New York Magazine 15:00September 10, 2021The Woman in WhiteTwenty years after 9/11, a photographer searches for an elusive subject.
< 9/11: 20 years later, 9/11, new york city, photography >
- New York Magazine 02:42September 9, 2021Another Big Storm Takes Aim at the New York City AreaA week after Ida killed at least 45 in the region, the National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for parts of New York and New Jersey.
< new york city, hurricane ida >
- Business Insider 15:30September 8, 2021New York City real estate had a hot vax summerNew York City's rental and sales markets roared with reopening. Prices are up, fueling a real estate scene more cutthroat than pre-pandemic times.
< Real Estate, Economy, Markets, New York, New York City, new york city real estate, Rent, Pandemic, Economy >
- New York Magazine 14:00September 8, 2021‘This Is a Disaster’What I learned listening to secret recordings of the agency trying to investigate the city’s lifeguard corps.
< new york city, beaches, investigations, politics >
- New York Magazine 00:23September 8, 2021Violent Crime Actually Dropped in New York City This SummerNYPD statistics for August showed that murders and shootings have decreased for three straight months.
< new york city, nyc >
- New York Magazine 04:15September 7, 2021Ida Death Toll Rises to 45 in New York AreaPresident Biden has approved federal aid for multiple affected counties in New York and New Jersey.
< new york city, extreme weather, ida >
- Business Insider 03:23September 5, 2021Some Trump Tower tenants didn't pay their rent, including the company behind Ivanka Trump's shoe line, report saysThe Trump Organization sued Marc Fisher Footwear earlier this year for $1.5 million in unpaid rent. The suit was settled for an undisclosed amount.
< Politics, Trump Organization, Trump Tower, Fifth Avenue, New York City, Ivanka Trump >
- Business Insider 16:04September 3, 2021A New York City food delivery worker who rode for an hour through Hurricane Ida says he earned just $5 for the job"It's a cruel joke," delivery worker Toño Solís told The City of the paltry tips and wages he received during his 9.5-hour-long shift Wednesday night.
< Retail, News, Speed desk, New York City, food delivery, Hurricane Ida >
- Huffington Post UK 11:39September 3, 202111 Found Dead In Flooded New York Basements Amid Hurricane Ida Chaos
< News, New York City, deaths, hurricane-ida, new york floods, new-york-city, new-york-floods >
- Breitbart News 13:52September 2, 2021At Least 8 Deaths as Ida Smashes New York City: State of Emergency DeclaredAt least eight people have died in New York after the city was smashed by Storm Ida over Wednesday night into Thursday morning, causing mass flooding, flight cancellations and state of emergency declarations.
< Environment, Politics, Bill de Blasio, Central Park, Kathy Hochul, New York City, Tropical Storm Ida >
- Huffington Post UK 11:46September 2, 2021Dramatic Videos Capture Moment New York Is Hit By Flash Floods From Hurricane Ida
< News, New York City, hurricane-ida, new york floods, new york tornado, new-york-city, new-york-floods, new-york-tornado >
- New York Magazine 06:00September 2, 2021Ida Aftermath Causes Serious Flooding in New York CityNew York’s subway service has reportedly become completely suspended.
< new york city, extreme weather, ida >
- Breitbart News 05:59September 2, 2021NYC Democrat City Council Candidate Aims to Make Victims Rehabilitate PerpetratorsDemocrat Tiffany Cabán, a New York City council candidate, has outlined a plan for victims of violent crimes to help rehabilitate their offenders in her public safety agenda.
< Crime, Law and Order, Pre-Viral, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, criminal justice reform, Democratic Socialists of America, law enforcement, New York City, NYPD >
- New York Magazine 15:00September 1, 20219/11, 20 Years LaterStaff writers and contributors reflect on that day’s bloody legacy.
< 9/11: 20 years later, 9/11, politics, september 11, new york city >
- Snopes 19:23August 31, 2021Cougar That Was Kept As Illegal Pet Removed from NYC HomeThe owner of the 11-month-old female cougar surrendered the animal.
< new york city >
- Observer 19:10August 30, 2021Astor Place’s Tony Rosenthal Cube Will Be Shown in the Hamptons in SeptemberA few of Rosenthal's sculptures will be shown at the Southampton Arts Center from September 2 through September 5.
< Alamo, Astor Place Cube, New York City >
- Business Insider 19:03August 30, 2021New York Gov. Kathy Hochul pledges to investigate subway system after 'unprecedented' 5-hour shutdown forced passengers to self-evacuate from tunnelsA brief power outage at 8:30 p.m. Sunday led to a 5-hour disruption on eight of the city's subway lines. Hochul called the situation "unacceptable."
< Transportation, Politics, kathy hochul, New York City, Subway >
- Business Insider 14:30August 29, 2021I went to the NYC restaurant that makes wings for 'Hot Ones' and now I know why celebrity guests are always complimenting themBehind the show with hot questions and even hotter wings is a small New York City restaurant that turns out wings, cheesesteaks, and hoagies.
< Life, Entertainment, Features, Culture, Hot Ones, Wings, Chicken Wings, Shorty's, Manhattan, New York City, New York, Heatonist, Sean Evans, Hot Sauce, Visual Feature >
- New York Magazine 16:00August 28, 2021‘Curtis, He’s Just Head-Butting People’Original Guardian Angels on the wild early days of the long-shot Republican candidate for mayor.
< curtis sliwa, 2021 new york city mayoral race, new york city, the city politic >
- Business Insider 11:36August 28, 2021A Manhattan restaurant said business dropped up to 25% in a week - and its owner blames NYC's vaccine mandateThe owner of Mooyah in Times Square said the restaurant industry was "the easy target" for a vaccine mandate and was being "unfairly picked on."
< Retail, Healthcare, News, NYC, New York City, vaccine mandate, Restaurants, New York, Times Square, Weekend BI UK >
- New York Magazine 03:45August 27, 2021DOJ to Close the Manhattan Jail Where Epstein DiedThe dilapidated Manhattan Correctional Center will close “at least temporarily,” as soon as next month.
< new york city, metropolitan correctional center >
- Business Insider 21:30August 26, 2021New York's hottest ride-hailing service is the taxiUber and Lyft fares have skyrocketed, but taxi fares have barely budged. New technology is helping yellow cabs gain back lost ground.
< Transportation, News, Tech Insider, Taxi, Lyft, Uber, Ride Share, Uber Driver, Drivers, Taxis, New York City, Lyft Drivers, Taxi Drivers >
- Business Insider 12:52August 26, 2021A Manhattan restaurant owner says about 20% of his staff plan to resign over NYC's vaccine mandateAbout six of 30 staff at Mooyah, Times Square, have said they'll leave the industry if they have to get vaccinated, its co-owner told Insider.
< Retail, Healthcare, News, New York, New York City, Times Square, vaccine mandate, coronavirus vaccine, Bill de Blasio, restaurant, Hospitality >
- Breitbart News 12:20August 26, 2021After Backlash, Spike Lee Re-Editing HBO 9/11 Documentary Featuring Debunked Conspiracy TheoriesOscar-winning director and Democrat party activist Spike Lee said Wednesday he is editing the final episode of his 9/11 documentary series, set to air on HBO. Lee's decision comes after he faced heavy fire for including testimony from debunked conspiracy theorists in the series.
< Entertainment, Politics, 9/11 Attacks, al-Qaeda, HBO, Letitia James, New York City, Spike Lee >
- Business Insider 20:37August 24, 2021It's more expensive to rent an apartment in New York City than San Francisco for the first time since at least 2014Zumper reports that while median one-bedroom rent in San Francisco has risen this year, it's up only 4.5% compared to New York's 19.6% jump.
< Real Estate, News, Real Estate, Real estate 2021, Rental Market, New York City, San Francisco, apartment rentals >
- New York Magazine 20:31August 22, 2021Tropical Storm Henri Brings Deluge of Rain to NortheastThe storm, which made landfall in Rhode Island on Sunday afternoon, continues to deposit record rainfall across the region.
< extreme weather, tropical storm henri, hurricane, new york city, new england, new jersey, flooding >
- Business Insider 13:45August 22, 2021Meet the millennial New Yorkers dropping as much as $45,000 on interior designers to help pimp out their pandemic pads: 'Time is the biggest luxury'Discounted NYC real estate, a supply shortage, and the pandemic sent young professional New Yorkers into the hands of interior designers.
< Economy, Markets, Millennials, Millennial Wealth, Economy, Interior Design, New York, New York City, New York real estate, Wealth >
- Business Insider 02:21August 19, 2021Restaurants and gyms are suing New York City over its vaccine mandate for indoor activitiesStaten Island-based restaurants and gyms are suing Mayor De Blasio, saying they will never financially recover from the mandate's financial impact.
< News, Retail, COVID, coronavirus, vaccine mandate, covid vaccine, lawsuit, New York City >
- Business Insider 21:01August 18, 2021Jeff Bezos reportedly now owns $119 million worth of real estate in a single building in New York CityJeff Bezos' sprawling New York City home just got even bigger with a $23 million condo purchase, according to the New York Post.
< Real Estate, Jeff Bezos, Amazon, Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos real estate, Jeff Bezos houses, Warner estate, New York City, new york city real estate >
- Business Insider 12:50August 16, 2021As New York City mandates COVID-19 shots for diners, restaurants already enforcing vaccine rules say customers have left bad reviews and screamed at them down the phoneOne New York City restaurant owner told the WSJ it would be a "free-for-all come Monday," when new vaccine rules in the city come into effect.
< Retail, Healthcare, News, vaccine mandate, New York City, New York, COVID, COVID-19, coronavirus, COVID-19 vaccine >
- Business Insider 23:20August 15, 2021Census: The 10 most populous US cities are led by NYC, Los Angeles, and Chicago; Phoenix leapfrogs Philadelphia to claim the No. 5 spotThe recently-released data from the Census Bureau will let states begin redrawing congressional and state legislative boundaries for the next decade.
< Politics, Census 2020, Cities, United States of America, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Population Growth, Redistricting, Features >
- New York Magazine 02:02August 14, 2021The Cuomo TouchHow he lost the governorship.
< andrew cuomo, politics, new york city, kathy hochul, new york tough, new york magazine >
- Business Insider 20:06August 13, 2021People can't get enough of NYC, even during a pandemicThe census found NYC's population grew by 8% in the past decade to 8.8 million. While many fled during the pandemic, they mostly moved to ... Brooklyn.
< Economy, Markets, Economy, NYC, New York City, Economic Recovery, Population, Population Growth, Census, Census Bureau, new york city real estate >
- Breitbart News 15:18August 13, 2021Nolte: New York's Jim Crow Vaccine Passport Will Deny Service to 72% of Young Black ResidentsA full 72 percent of young, black New Yorkers are about to be denied service and the right to work in New York City restaurants, gyms, and theaters.
< Health, Politics, Science, coronavirus, John Nolte, masks, New York City, vaccine passport >