A wintry mix of rain and snow may cause messy conditions Sunday and Monday November 30, 2019 — As winter weather moves into the New York City area Sunday morning, the New York City Emergency Management Department advises New Yorkers to prepare for messy travel conditions to end the holiday […]
Albany, NY—Senator Toby Ann Stavisky (D-Flushing), took the oath of office to begin her eleventh term in the New York State Senate. Senator Stavisky, the first woman from Queens elected to the NYS Senate, was sworn-in with nineteen other women. “The State Senate now has a record number of women […]
Anyone who’s ever driven in New York City knows the value of a good parking spot, and how impossible it is to keep. Tired of people parking in front of your home? Well, take a look at this photo. Photo credit: Rob Wu.
It’s always great to see the beauties of nature! Photographer: Peter Zhao, with Nikon Df DSLR, 24-70mm lens, at ISO-200, EV-0.5, F5-6.3. Location: Kissena Park, Queens, New York.
A guy carrying a “peacock” onto the train doesn’t really shock anyone. The people around this peacock chillin’ in the train absolutely couldn’t care less about the giant bird hovering above them. This is what NYC is all about. Midday on the @NYCTSubway. Guy walks onto a train with this. […]
Do you hate your crowded commute? Before you dare to complain take a look at these photos, then you will feel better, much better. Have a good day!
I spent a wonderful afternoon at the Long Island City Ferry Dock, Hunters Point South Landing. The views are beautiful! So I decided to grab my phone and take some photos to share with you.
Text/ Wesley Sin; Photo/ Ayumi Hills, Brand PR What is the best term to describe Tokyo Fashion Week? I think “edgy” will be my first choice. The Fall/ Winter 17 collection is especially anticipated because several Avant-garde Japanese designers chose to debut their runway collection at the official Tokyo Fashion […]
Billionaire Elon Musk is bringing American infrastructure into the future one ambitious project at a time. Musk tweeted on Thursday that he received verbal government approval for The Boring Company to build an underground Hyperloop connecting New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., in a cool half an hour. Each […]
77,000 square-foot facility will bring healthcare to 25,000 underserved New Yorkers as part of the Mayor’s Caring Neighborhoods Initiative NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio Tuesday announced plans for Healthview, a 77,000 square-foot medical facility that will be part of the Mayor’s Caring Neighborhoods Initiative in Flushing, Queens. Operated by the […]