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New York City-Dublin Portal Art Installation Shuts Down Temporarily

New York City-Dublin Portal Art Installation Shuts Down Temporarily

Nearly a week after its public debut, the innovative portal art installation linking New York City and Dublin, Ireland, through a 24/7 livestream, has temporarily ceased operations. The decision to shut down the portals came in response to instances of inappropriate behavior reported by the Flatiron NoMad Partnership, the organization overseeing the project. Despite stringent … Read more

New York City’s Crime: Putting the Numbers in Perspective

New York City's Crime: Putting the Numbers in Perspective

New York City has often been depicted as a hotbed of crime, but recent data suggests a more nuanced reality. With Governor Kathy Hochul’s deployment of National Guard members into the subway system, questions arise about the actual level of danger in the city. While it’s true that certain high-profile incidents have sparked concerns, statistics … Read more

California Allocates $200 Million to Combat Homelessness Amid Increased Oversight

California Allocates $200 Million to Combat Homelessness Amid Increased Oversight

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a significant allocation of nearly $200 million in grant funds to assist cities and counties in transitioning homeless individuals from encampments to permanent housing. Additionally, Newsom pledged enhanced oversight of local efforts to address homelessness, emphasizing a proactive approach to ensure effective utilization of resources. He underscored the necessity for … Read more

Embracing Tradition and Unity: Baisakhi Celebrations at Capital Gurudwara in NY

Embracing Tradition and Unity: Baisakhi Celebrations at Capital Gurudwara in NY

The Capital Gurudwara in Rensselaer recently hosted a vibrant celebration on Baisakhi, also known as Vaisakhi, a festival that resonates across the Sikh community worldwide. From the United Kingdom and Canada to Australia and the United States, Sikhs come together to commemorate this significant occasion, fostering a sense of unity and cultural pride. Prayers and … Read more

A Struggle for Shelter: The Plight of Migrant Youth in New York City

In the depths of winter, Mamdou, an 18-year-old orphan from Guinea, found himself navigating the complexities of homelessness in New York City. Despite enduring a perilous journey across the world, his search for stability led him to the Roosevelt Hotel and eventually Covenant House, a specialized youth shelter. Homeless Youth and Migrant Arrivals The intersection … Read more

Landlord Issued Arrest Warrant for Neglecting New York City Properties

Residents of two buildings owned by Daniel Ohebshalom, located at 705 and 709 170th Street, Washington Heights, have been enduring appalling living conditions. A plethora of issues, including giant cracks in walls, sewage leaks, and rampant trash accumulation, has prompted the issuance of an arrest warrant for the landlord. City’s Pursuit of Justice Despite years … Read more

Legal Battle Emerges Over Transgender Sports Participation Order in New York

Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman has initiated legal action against New York State Attorney General Letitia James following her objection to his executive order prohibiting transgender women from competing in female sports on Long Island. Blakeman filed a lawsuit in federal court on Wednesday challenging James’ cease-and-desist letter issued on March 1, which threatened legal … Read more

New York Governor Deploys National Guard to Combat Subway Crime

In response to a recent uptick in violent crimes within the New York City subway system, Governor Kathy Hochul unveiled a plan on Wednesday to deploy 750 National Guard members along with 250 state troopers and police officers from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The heightened security measures aim to address safety concerns and protect commuters … Read more

Disturbing Discovery: Neglected Animals Found in Filthy Queens Home

Authorities in Queens made a shocking discovery when they searched a home on Beach 44th Street in the Rockaways. Cory Elder, 43, was apprehended after the NYPD found 11 starving dogs and two cats locked in appalling conditions within the residence. Heartbreaking images released by law enforcement depict the grim reality inside the home, where … Read more

DJ Stacey, Manhattan’s Beloved Dies at 57

In the early hours of Saturday morning, Anastasia Ledwith, known as DJ Stacey to many, met a tragic fate on the streets of New York City. Riding her gas-powered Roughhouse Sport scooter near her Upper West Side home, she attempted to navigate around an oil delivery truck when the unexpected occurred. As Ledwith tried to … Read more