A few dozen City Islanders turned out to PS 175 this evening to express their overwhelming opposition to the current City Island Bridge proposal.
The City Island Bridge is over 100 years old and many want it to be repaired and not replaced by a 100 million dollar bridge. Some called it a monstrosity and others accused NYC of lying and misrepresenting this extremely important project. The bridge is the only way in and out for thousands of City Islanders.
He was working behind the bar before he could legally drink. Soon to be twenty-one-year-old YC was waiting and bartending to pay the bills, but the job awoke a passion for service and the proper crafting of a cocktail.
A couple of years later, YC serves Self-inspired craft cocktails that he thoughtfully developed. You’ll find classics, but what he stirs up for patrons on a particular day depends on many factors, including the day of the week, the holiday and last but not least... The weather.
It’s grilling season and chances are you’ll be making that ever-important cookout decision: hot dog or hamburger? Some people, no doubt want both. So which one is your favorite?
Many millennials are said to be largely responsible for the food revolution. They often eat at home, but if they’re also grabbing a quick bite out. However, research shows that they prefer specialty burger joints rather than fast-food chains like the Big McD, or BK.
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The NYC Council is conducting this survey to gather information about the perspectives and experiences of City food establishments concerning the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s (DOHMH) food inspection process. In particular, the Council hopes to gain insight into the recently implemented letter grading system and its impact on City restaurants.
This survey is divided into two sections:
The first section includes background questions about your establishment and solicits your views regarding DOHMH’s inspection process and the letter grading system.
UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity knows that journalists safety needs a multi-stakeholder approach has identified the news organizations as one of the major stakeholders in the improving safety of journalists.
Thus it aims to raise awareness about the issue of journalists' safety as well as to promote and share industry good practices to improve safety of journalists, to promote dialogue on the issue between media and Member States, and identify gaps for possible follow up.
El Grito de Independencia Celebrations:
As Mexicans around New York City continue celebrating the 204th birthday of their home country, we can be sure that many Mexican restaurants have been, or maybe still doing, the same.
So if you're in a festive mood, check out some of the notable Mexican eateries in NYC:
308 Willis Avenue (140/141 Streets)
82 South 4th Street, Williamsburg
J, M trains to Marcy Ave | cash & credit
40 Avenue B, Alphabet City
F train to Second Ave | cash & credit
Nestled in LA is a special trendy restaurant a short ride away called Horse's Mouth, with a new location coming soon.
These past Christmas holidays were huge because I enjoyed time with my kids and grandchildren, and also because it was the start of a new era heralded by delightful meals and sights rarely seen in The City of Angels. Hungry people joyfully waiting in line for the privilege of entering this special restaurant. Yes, It's definitely worth the ride just to emerge into a modern, unassuming eatery with a natural decor background and an equally noteworthy menu.
NYPD has announced their Park, Walk and Talk initiative for 2015. The Park, Walk and Talk initiative is designed to allow Officers time to walk designated neighborhoods in the city and make contact with the residents.
The goals are to better acquaint officers with residents, address concerns and answer questions. The neighborhoods the initiative will occur in, will rotate throughout the year.
If you have ever had the pleasure of traveling to Japan and also to Puerto Rico, you may agree with the following words, which may clear up a few misconceptions.