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Mayor Bloomberg is planning on creating a "voluntary" composting program that will eventually become mandatory, the New York Times reported on Sunday.
In a New York Times story on just how thoroughly corrupt and self-absorbed our nation's elites have become, is this entry on my alma mater: The house, which is owned by John Sexton, the president of New York University, was bought with a $600,000 loan from an N.Y.U. foundation that eventually grew to be $1 million, according to Suffolk County land ... (more)
Well, of course the government is spying on Americans! Look at the havoc caused by American citizens engaging in terrorism.
Best-selling author Vince Flynn, who wrote the Mitch Rapp counterterrorism thriller series and sold more than 15 million books in the U.S. alone, died Wednesday in Minnesota after a more than two-year battle with prostate cancer, according to friends and his publisher.
Friday June 19, 1903 From The New York Times: Lowell Textile Laborers Ready to End Strike The New York Times is reporting this sad news from Lowell, Massachusetts: The end of the Lowell textile strike seems to be near.
Streaming Netflix movies on an iPad in Los Angeles, Feb. 23, 2012. In the smartphone era, more people are being forced to think about how many megabytes of data they are using.
With the New York Times reporting on stoned seniors forsaking shuffleboard for bong hits, you might think New York's government is chillin' too.
High-cost, low-interest loans from NYU are the hottest commodities on the market these days.
A federal judge in New York ruled last week that immigration officials must disclose the names of certain illegal immigrants they arrest, a decision that appears to contradict an earlier ruling involving the Union Leader Corp. On Thursday, a judge in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York found in favor of the Boston Globe ... (more)
June 19, 2013 - Young Irish immigrants, the Atlantic Monthly informed readers in 1896, were "too lazy to work."
James Taranto at The Wall Street Journal is harkening back to the hubbub last fall over "Obama phones" handed out to poor voters last fall.
It's going to be quite something to see what the taxpayers of New York are going to make of the spectacle opening today at the Park Avenue Armory.
Right on the heels of our surname blog comes a New York Times article on a long-running trademark litigation over rights to the Borghese surname.
Director Mark Finley talks about STREET THEATER tonight, June 18th, 7-8 PM, WBAI Radio, 99.5 FM.
Last year the City of Tacoma introduced food waste recycling - you all got those little brown bins to collect all types of food scraps, which you can then toss in the bigger brown bin to be picked up and composted by the City with the rest of your yard waste.
Of all the competitors at Panther Coffee on a recent Friday night, Jed Baxter slurps the loudest.
Meat Market's Sean Brasel is having one good spring. First, the chef was proclaimed a "grilling god" by Food Republic .