‘No Hamptons on a Dead Planet’
On Wednesday, Extinction Rebellion protesters tried to shut down a Manhattan heliport.
New York Is Opening the Floodgates for Weed Licenses
Yeah, even for medical cannabis companies.
I’ve Dug My Own Grave With the Real Housewives of New York City
Plus, the women go to the beach or some bullshit.
How the McGuinness Boulevard Redesign Compromise Got Compromised
After opponents of the plan met with Mayor Adams's chief advisor, Ingrid Lewis-Martin, the DOT was directed to walk-back a compromised redesign.
Everyone Agrees Migrants Should Be Able to Work and Yet
And some links you don't need a permit to read, for your Wednesday.
Up All Night at the 9/11 Tribute in Light, Looking Out for Birds
September 11 can be an especially rough day for birds in New York City, thanks to the twin lights of the annual memorial.
Comptroller: Hey Eric Adams, What Happened to All Those Street Vendor Licenses We Were Promised?
After shocking sweeps, there's been little movement on getting street vendors licenses.
How NYC’s Cabaret Laws Tried to Crack Down on Drag
The passage of NYC's cabaret laws in the late 1920s and the creation of the New York State Liquor Authority pushed drag and queer culture back to the fringes of society—but the backlash couldn't stop drag from existing.
Judge Reverses Course on 2020 Protest Settlement Because Police Union Doesn’t Like It
The lawyer for the police union is the judge's long-time friend with whom she co-hosts a Super Bowl party, and also Ben Smith's dad.
New York’s Finest: Officer Involved in Shooting (Himself)
Plus, a DUI, domestic violence, and a $100 million bill for police misconduct.