Woman critically injured after stabbing in NYC, police say

Woman critically injured after stabbing in NYC, police say

A 26-year-old woman was injured when she was stabbed early Saturday in the Bronx, police said. Violence broke out on Webster Avenue, near Decatur Avenue in the Fordham section shortly before noon. 4, police said. The victim was transported to St. Barnabas Hospital in critical but stable condition.Seth Gottfried for NY Post The woman got … Read more

Mayor de Blasio falls deeper into debt with new home loans

Mayor de Blasio falls deeper into debt with new home loans

Debt-ridden Mayor de Blasio has dug himself a deeper hole of $ 2.5 million by taking out another mortgage on his Park Slope home. De Blasio and his wife, Chirlane McCray, secured a $ 615,342 loan in June for their 11th Street home, public records show. They had previously borrowed $ 625,000 against the $ … Read more

Does your NYC tap water taste like dirt? Here’s why

Does your NYC tap water taste like dirt?  Here’s why

This change in New York City’s tap water is hard to swallow. The city closed the Catskill Aqueduct — which brings water from the Ashokan Reservoir in Ulster County to the Big Apple — this month for a 15-week repair project that led to ground connections in our H20. In other words, it tastes of … Read more

TikTok’s ‘Old Jewish Men’ require cheap lox, places to pee in NYC

TikTok’s ‘Old Jewish Men’ require cheap lox, places to pee in NYC

Whether it’s the price of lox or a place to pee, one of the latest TikTok trends includes old dudes quetching for a reason. “Earn lox $ 2.99 per pound again,” grabs the older social media stars at @oldjewishmen, who are taking videos of the “protests” they are staging around town. The lifestyle brand from … Read more

Completion of G&T may further increase enrollment at NYC Catholic schools

Completion of G&T may further increase enrollment at NYC Catholic schools

Enrollment in Catholic elementary schools in Brooklyn and Queens grew for the first time in a decade as the city scrapped gifted and talented programs. Enrollment in the current school year rose 2.4 percent after a decade of decline, according to the Diocese of Brooklyn. New York’s parochial schools fully reopened more or less a … Read more

Customers turned down NYC’s new ‘Soup Nazi’ at UWS cafe

No room for you! Go over “Soup Nazi.” New Yorkers are now toppled under the gaze of “Belligerent Bennie,” the unpredictable owner of the popular Edgar’s Cafe on Amsterdam Avenue, named after the great American poet Edgar Allan Poe. Some even say “Nevermore!” to the petulant proprietor – the real name Joseph DiBenedetto – after … Read more

NY appeals vaccination mandate decision on religious exceptions

Sign up for our special edition newsletter to get a daily update on the coronavirus pandemic. ALBANY-New York has appealed a recent federal court ruling allowing state health professionals to apply for religious exemptions from its coronavirus vaccine mandate. “I welcome the Attorney General’s challenge to the lower court’s decision on the religious exemption from … Read more

Lefty NY pole says hospitals ‘allegedly save lives’ in the middle of COVID

A progressive New York lawmaker said Friday that local hospitals “allegedly save lives” during a legislative hearing on rising health care costs — which immediately reprimands critics who noted the thousands of lives saved by them throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. “These companies — these companies, which we call hospitals — have chosen to make money … Read more

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