The most popular dance at the Savoy ballroom was the Lindy Hop, earning the venue the nickname "The Home of Happy Feet."
"Yesterday, A Daily News cartoon was published that depicted me...as a tourist in Times Square...I've seen images like this before...of Asians having beady, slanted eyes and buck teeth...a stereotype which has been used to divide and exclude people for hundreds of years," Yang said.
The construction of Little Island is merely a product of what economist Thorstein Veblen called "conspicuous consumption." Little Island was simply a display of wealth, not an act of philanthropy.
The poll, which was conducted by PIX11, NewsNation and Emerson College polling, found 21 percent of respondents supporting Garcia, which was the most among all Democratic candidates.
While the deaths of Floyd, Taylor, and other Black individuals sparked worldwide protests against police brutality, Monday's planned memorial to honor Floyd's life was interrupted by gunfire shortly after 10 a.m. local time, Minneapolis police said.
Sbarro pizza GIFs and Olive Garden parody memes emerged showing Yang declaring, "Check out Little Italy!"
Several local lawmakers in the Orthodox and Hasidic Jewish communities said the attackers allegedly demanded the teens chant phrases such as "free Palestine" before the assault.
Yang named New Yorker Jay-Z among his favorite artists and did—after a pause—name a favorite track.
A Brooklyn, New York, man has been arrested and is facing federal arson charges for setting a fire to a yeshiva and synagogue on May 19, according to a statement provided from the U.S. Department of Justice Saturday.
Borgen was kicked, punched, maced, and beaten to the ground by a group of several men on Thursday while on his way to attend a pro-Israel rally in Manhattan.
Borgen was badly beaten during a clash between pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian protesters.
"Our critique is of Israel and their human rights abuses. This is not an excuse for anti-semitic hate crimes," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
"They wanted blood. I could see it in their eyes," Snir Dayan said.
A spokesperson for the NYPD informed Newsweek via email that a 23-year-old male was taken into custody and officers are continuing to investigate the situation.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has correctly expressed concern in the past that political rhetoric could endanger her and her colleagues. Unfortunately, her view that overheated demagoguery puts people at risk doesn't extend to Jews.
The store, which will be located in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood, will be the company's first-ever physical retail space.
A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas was agreed on Thursday evening after 11 days of violence in the region.
Several of the governor's employees helped write the book about pandemic leadership, which netted Cuomo $1.5 million in 2020.
The Friends Experience and Booking.com are offering "The Ultimate Sleepover" for fans of the beloved sitcom.
On Saturday, organizers of New York City's Pride events said that LGBTQ+ law enforcement members would be barred from participating in its festivities until at least 2025.
The study, which was conducted by Change Research, found 19 percent of New Yorkers supporting Adams, while 16 percent sided with Yang.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said his city will continue to make adjustments to the number of officers in the transit system.
"As a mom, I think my motherly instincts went to, I need to help her," Vogel told Good Morning America on Monday.
Andrew Yang has been polling high among New Yorkers after he formally announced his candidacy in January this year.
The city medical examiner's office said the bodies are being kept in long-term storage in refrigerated trailers at the 39th Street Pier in Brooklyn while families sort out plans to have them moved.
A new study from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that more than 200,000 residents of the New York metro area moved away in 2020, a phenomenon that occurred similarly in nearly major every city across the country.
The incident is being treated as a hate crime by the New York Police Department.
The violent passenger faces federal charges for her outburst
In a newly viral video, a woman without a mask was caught creating a nuisance on Long Island Rail Road (LIRR). The 32-second long clip eventually shows passengers taking matters into their own hands to handle the irate woman.