The Briefly for August 7, 2018 – An L Train Shutdown Preview, Mayor Signs Airbnb Bill, and More
The state’s adversarial stance against Spectrum is changing how Governor Cuomo is covered by NY1.
The L will shutdown on FIFTEEN weekends between now and the L shutdown, including this weekend.
Here's a clearer picture of the racist idiots from Identity Europa that protested in Fort Tryon Park to end immigration "invasion." Credit to Uptown Collective for capturing images of their faces.
The ten bast spots for an under-the-radar picnic, from 6sqft.
An MTA bus driver was arrested for driving a bus into a row of cars while extremely drunk. How drunk was he? Two hours after his arrest his BAC was three times the legal limit.
Parking in a metered area in lower Manhattan is about to get more expensive.
Filming around town: Gotham is at Water St and Pearl St in Brooklyn, Tell Me A Story w/Kim Cattrell is at Remsen St and Court St in Brooklyn, The Blacklist w/James Spaderis on Roosevelt Island, The Deuce w/James Franco is at 6th and 1st, Manifest w/Josh Dallas is at Vernon Blvd and 46th Ave in Long Island City, Madam Secretary w/Tea Leoni is at 61st and Madison, Instinct w/Alan Cummingis at Flushing Ave and Navy St in Brooklyn.
There's a date and a time for a Gubernatorial Democratic primary debate, if Andrew Cuomo decides to show up.
Tonight is the National Night Out Against Crime, with events all over the city with small fairs and barbecues. The city's website lists every percent and the corresponding events.
A guide to Fort Greene, from Untapped Cities.
The tensions following a fight at an East Flatbush nail salon mirrors the 1991 Crown Heights riots, sparked from tensions between the black and Asian communities after a fight in a grocery store.
Mayor de Blasio signed a bill requiring Airbnb hosts to register with the city.
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