Chris is an editor at Hell Gate. He spent nearly a decade working for Gothamist, and his work appears in New York Magazine and Streetsblog NYC.
The NYPD Messed With the Wrong Cyclist: License Plate Vigilante Beats Case, Vows to Sue Police
Adam White plans on suing the City and the NYPD for false arrest, and the driver for making false claims.
Let’s All Marvel at the Giant Tree We Murdered And Dragged Into Midtown Manhattan
A Norway spruce might live 300 years or longer, but this one would have to die.
A Very Moynihan Train Hall Thanksgiving: ‘Wow, I Can’t Even Sit Down?’
Hell Gate tours the brand new train hall on its most-traveled holiday weekend
Listen Up, Turkeys: The Best Thanksgiving Dinner Time Is 8 p.m.
Most Thanksgiving stressors stem from the massive mid-day meal.
The NYPD Held a 28 Minute Meeting About Public Safety in Tompkins Square Park
"We're not gonna solve the problems of the world! We just want the park closed at midnight!"
NYPD Arrests and Jails Cyclist For Fixing Driver’s Illegally Obscured License Plate
Meanwhile, the police let the driver off without a summons.
Lee Zeldin Caravan Featured Thin Blue Line Flags, Vehicles With Hundreds of Speeding Tickets
A public records search reveals hundreds of traffic violations from just a few participants.
Photos: A Brief Taxonomy of the 20 Kinds of Mutant Bikes at Bike Kill
Couch bike? Swing bike? Surf bike? Choose your fighter.
There Can Never Be Enough Cops in the Subway
No amount of police can ever stem the "perception" of subway crime.
The Keepers of Gramercy Park Do Not Like Their New Citi Bike Dock
There might be millions of Citi Bike riders, but there is only one Gramercy Park.