Four Big Unanswered Questions About NYCFC’s Ginormous Queens Soccer Complex
Mayor Eric Adams declared himself "the finisher" when he announced the $780 million soccer stadium, but he finished his press conference without answering these questions.
Blood Moon in Brooklyn, Reviewed
If a solar eclipse is somewhat terrifying—even other animals freak out!—a lunar eclipse is something more gentle.
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.
Sure Seems Like These Job Postings Aren’t Complying With NYC’s New Salary Transparency Law
The price of fixing information asymmetry and wage gaps is eternal vigilance.
We’re Going to Have to Stop Eating Trash Off the Sidewalks in the Late Afternoon—and That’s a Good Thing
Change is hard. But compromise is important in life.
Fall’s Hottest Accessory Is the Hell Gate Hat
Yes, the long-awaited, and much vaunted Hell Gate hats have finally arrived.
NYC’s War Against Noisy Cars Foiled by Drivers Who Don’t Have Plates
Hell Gate has obtained the results of a pilot program that placed a sound camera at four locations around NYC.
How Eric Adams Made the Crisis of Sheltering Asylum Seekers Worse
A city with millions to spare finds it can’t do the bare minimum, and is asking City employees to volunteer to work with asylum seekers.