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If you live in New York City, you may have noticed two white flags atop the ...
AirBnB has been proving to be quite a financially lucrative option for New Yorkers. However, the landlords and owners of the apartments aren’t making money from their real-estate, but instead it is the tenants who are making the extra scratch — and they are apparently quite sour. With that in mind, it’s no wonder that… Read more »
A plane flew over several areas of New York this weekend dragging a banner behind it. The banner promoted a website: proswastika.org. Alongside the name of the website was a heart, a peace sign, a swastika, and one final symbol that showed another swastika inside the Star of David. The religious group behind the display… Read more »
Flavor Flav, best known as the hype man for Public Enemy and for his — and we use this term loosely — reality TV show Flavor of Love, is facing an indictment in New York for speeding to his mother’s funeral, according to a report in Yahoo News. This is the third time this year… Read more »
The adult sleepover at the American Museum of Natural History answers a question many parents have asked themselves when they see the giant kid sized playgrounds, and elaborate slumber parties: “Why should kids have all the fun?” The question is being answered in the form of a large adult sleepover at the AMNH in August…. Read more »
A New York subway drama unfolded Monday morning when a rider found a baby, less than one year old, abandoned on a busy Midtown Manhattan subway platform sitting in a stroller and sucking on a bottle. By early Tuesday morning, police say, they found the young mom who they say is shown on a subway… Read more »
A local community newspaper in New York is receiving intense criticism for an article about Barack Obama entitled “The N*gger In The White House.” Of course, the WestView News didn’t have an asterisk in their title; they actually spelled out the racial slur. The WestView News is a small paper and self-proclaimed “voice of West… Read more »
New York is known for its diversity, but this new wave of monks stands out from the rest of the city’s colorful population. Clad in the orange, flowing robes of Buddhist tradition, these men of mostly Chinese descent make their way through the streets of New York asking for donations. However, these men are not… Read more »
New York Police officers arrest and rough up a man on a subway train in a disturbing video uploaded Wednesday to YouTube. When the victim demands to know why he’s being arrested, the cops won’t tell him. In the video, the only reason the man can think of is that he fell asleep on the… Read more »
Shia LaBeouf, just hours before his arrest Thursday after disrupting a Broadway performance of Cabaret, chased down and fought with a homeless man as he tried to steal food from the man’s McDonald’s bag, witnesses said. The celebrity-stalking site TMZ obtained photos of the confrontation, in which LaBeouf demanded the McDonald’s bag and repeatedly told… Read more »
A New York City chemistry teacher set a student on fire earlier this year, ...
New York City sure is becoming a central hub for gender and sexual liberation. Just on the Inquisitr alone, we reported how the Free the Nipple movement is making strides there, especially with Scout Willis. She even expressed that freeing the nipple is related to freeing women. True this movement is not limited to New… Read more »
The controversial “big soda” ban in New York City has officially ...
The news has been pretty rough for Ellen and Portia lately. Just about every tabloid has had something to say about the alleged divorce proceedings. If the recent report in the Daily Mail is any indication, the couple are still pretty tight. They were seen in New York City earlier in the week stepping out… Read more »
More than 1,000 gun control advocates took to the streets of New York City, ...
Lady Gaga has once again redefined fashion. This time she did it by parading through New York City on June 12 wearing a giant diamond necklace, not to mention a sheer black outfit, a set of diamond earrings and an extraordinarily conspicuous see-through bra, reports the Daily Mail. Irony? This was one of those rare… Read more »
Miguel Cotto scored a stunning upset over middleweight champion Sergio Martinez in their title fight Saturday at Madison Square Garden in New York, stunning not because Cotto was a heavy underdog against the bigger Martinez — the Vegas line had him at just 2-1 — but for the way Cotto totally destroyed the Argentine, who… Read more »
Erica Noonan, a 31-year-old Bronx woman, has filed a $150 million lawsuit against New York City and one New York cop, alleging that the cop last year pulled her over and falsely arrested her for drunk driving only because he found her attractive and wanted a date with her — and the situation got a… Read more »
Scout Willis turned heads the other day in NYC as she picked up flowers from a sidewalk flower stand. The reason why isn’t because she’s a beautiful girl. What made many people turn in her direction is Scout Willis’ clothing choices… or should it be lack of. According to a report by US Magazine, Scout… Read more »
Why 17-year-old Carlos Taveras did what he did remains a mystery. All police know is that he committed a seemingly pointless and potentially dangerous assault — against a working man just trying to do his job and get home. And Taveras thought he’d gotten away with it, too. Until one law-abiding citizen recognized his picture… Read more »
Cassandre Fiering is a New York actress who, like most New York actresses, has a day job. In Fiering’s case, she was a substitute teacher. But she lost that gig after she decided to talk to her young students at New York’s P.S. 189 about her complicated love life. Seems that the 45-year-old, who can… Read more »
Cecily McMillan, the Occupy Wall Street activist who was filmed being ...
What allegedly began as a carjacking just outside the New York City limits has ended with two would-be robbers dead and their intended victim held on homicide charges. But is this case vigilante street justice — or just plain, cold-blooded murder? According to police accounts, the two slain men approached their victim at about 4:40… Read more »
George B. Daniels was the US District Judge overseeing the massive payroll scandal that was undertaken by three men. On Monday, April 28, 2014, Daniels sentenced each of the defendants to 20 years in prison in an effort to prevent similar future fraud schemes. He also hopes that the sentence will help to improve payroll… Read more »
The NYC subway that derailed Friday morning in Queens, near the Woodside ...
Iggy Azalea would seem to have it all right now. The Australian rapper has achieved international stardom with her dual music and modeling careers, she’s dating a famous basketball player and is currently on a major U.S. tour, to plug her brand new album The New Classic — all at the tender age of 23…. Read more »
NYC taxi drivers do a lot of driving, and therefore are forced to pay a lot ...
The terror trial of Abu Hamza al-Masri, an extremist Egyptian preacher who has no hands and only one eye, got underway in New York City Monday. Lawyers started by trying to pick an impartial jury for Hamza ran a London mosque attended by a September 11 conspirator and the “shoe bomber” Richard Reid. Abu Hamza… Read more »
New York City is the land of franchises. Every block has a Starbucks or a ...
Kristine Opolais, a 34-year-old rising star soprano in the world of big-time opera, pulled off a vocal feat Saturday that must be the operatic equivalent of the Olympic decathlon, becoming the first singer in the 131-year history of the New York Metropolitan Opera to debut two major roles in a single 24-hour period. The Latvian… Read more »
Dunkin’ Doughnuts may be best known for a bleary-eyed baker who ...
Earlier today, it was reported here on The Inquisitr that two buildings, located in East Harlem, exploded. Now, it is reported that two women were killed and dozens were injured. Reports also the cause of the explosion, by circumstantial evidence, was a major gas leak. According to Pix 11, the explosion happened on 116th Street… Read more »
A seemingly random New York City assault in the early hours of Sunday morning is being called the latest occurrence of the so-called “knockout game,” in which teenagers sucker-punch unsuspecting pedestrians, attempting to knock them out cold with a single shot. This time, the person making the knockout game charge is the victim himself, 23-year-old… Read more »
New York City is not the favorite place in the world for the rich and famous to call “home.” tThe city that doesn’t sleep has been displaced by a European metropolis: London. In previous years, the Big Apple has been chosen by those who travel the world and have the opportunity to own homes on… Read more »
New York City was braced for yet another heavy snowfall over the weekend, but much to the relief of winter-weary New Yorkers, received just a light dusting as the major storm took a sharp right turn and headed south, directly for Washington D.C. The largest snow accumulation in New York City registered at JFK airport,… Read more »
New York City is hunkering down for yet another major snowstorm, due to slam the already weather-weary city Sunday night and through the day Monday, making the first workdays of March miserable for millions. The new New York City storm will blast its way in from the midwest, where it is already disrupting travel plans… Read more »
When Jon Stewart booked Liam Neeson to come on his show, he probably didn’t think much about it. Just another actor coming to talk about his new movie. But things didn’t exactly go smoothly when the British actor stopped by on Wednesday night. While the 61-year-old actor was there to talk about his action movie… Read more »
New York City is about to be invaded by Marvel superheroes, and you’ll see the results streaming on Netflix starting next year, when Marvel Comics fans get hit by a bonanza of comic book action via the booming online service. The package of four, full series of 13 one-hour episodes plus a concluding mini-series, bringing… Read more »
New York City can be a tough place to grow up, but one city kid got a quick education in how to handle the New York streets — because she was born on one. The craziness began around 3:30 Monday afternoon on New York’s Upper East Side. A pregnant woman, whose name has not been… Read more »
Gene Simmons, the firebreathing bass player of the legendary rock and roll band KISS, not only breathes flame on stage during the notoriously theatrical KISS live shows, but he can do it in interviews, too. Never afraid to make controversial, even obnoxious comments in public, Gene Simmons’ previous verbal targets have included Muslims, women, and… Read more »
In an attempt to improve the lives of New York City‘s homeless ...
Kim Kardashian, along with sisters Kourtney and Khloe decided Sunday was the ...
Missing New York City men’s fashion designer to the stars Michele Savoia has been found dead at the age of 55, according to police. Savoia was last seen around 4 am on February 13, after leaving a party hosted by Paris Hilton at the Manhattan nightclub Marquee, according to CNN. His driver reported him missing… Read more »
New York City is already in the middle of the third-snowiest February in the city’s history — at least for as long as weather stats have been kept — and the month just passed the half-way mark. Now, even more snow is expected to land on New York early this week. While this week’s snow… Read more »
In a tragic turn of events a New York City pregnant woman was killed by a ...
New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina are being heavily criticized for keeping public schools open despite meteorologists forecasting up to a foot of snow in the area for Thursday. Farina announced on Thursday that the public schools in the city would remain open on Thursday and defended her decision… Read more »
Law and order is alive and well in the post-zombie-apocalypse New York City, where a viral prank for on the city’s icy streets—heralding the return of “The Walking Dead”—may be brewing hot water for those involved. The incident in question stems from a YouTube video published by “Walking Dead” network AMC on Wednesday, February 5,… Read more »
Following the tragic death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman exactly one week ...
It has already been a very snowy winter in New York City, with several major storms pushing street cleaning crews to the limit. After the massive clean-up for the Super Bowl, there is still no rest for the weary, and more of the white powdery stuff is expected this week, with not one, but two… Read more »