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The NYPD Is Stopping More People in Eric Adams’s New York

Ten years after a federal court declared the NYPD's use of stop-and-frisk unconstitutional, street stops are on the rise.

Why Does Eric Adams Think Migrants Are ‘Destroying’ New York?

Gaby Del Valle and Felipe De La Hoz join us to break down why the Adams administration has taken such a dramatic turn.

Lower Manhattan’s Internet Is Down

"It's affecting multiple layers of government," one City Council staffer told us.

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Don’t Go to ‘It’s Pablo-matic’

But we have some links you can really get into.

Reopenings of Closed East River Park Sections Pushed Back, But City Insists Project Is Still on Time

Will the contentious project actually hit its 2026 deadline? The city says yes, and is already reopening some areas.

CUNY Is Run by Cowards

You'd think a literal university could see through the Post's faux outrage.

The Testimony of Fatboi Sharif

At a recent show in NYC, the Rahway rapper welcomed an audience to his world.

Get Ready for a Hot No Lifeguard Summer

And other links to start your bummer summer.

Hell Gate Debates the 2023 Song of the Summer

Fans of dry sherry cocktails and Fleetwood Mac must tune in.

A Glimpse of (Bathroom) Hell in Prospect Park Heaven

The outhouses scattered throughout the park are not ready for summer.

The Best Time to Shower Is the Middle of the Workday

You're not showering to work—you're showering to live. 

Feast on Nigerian Delights at Rockaway Beach This Summer

The Cradle, Jide Alao and Pesy Sikyala's very chill, very good brick-and-mortar spot, is just a block away from the beach.

Why Is ‘NYPD Leadership’ Partying With a Far Right-Affiliated Real Estate Firm Tonight?

They'll be at a cocktail party hosted by the real estate firm Exodus Capital, which recently hired Gavin Wax, the president of the New York Young Republican Club.

Eric Adams Is Looking to Succeed Where Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg Failed

When it comes to NYC's right to shelter law, Adams is just like his Republican predecessors.

Fathers Fail to Buy Sons the Flatiron Building

Jacob Garlick, sadly, was nowhere to be found.

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