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Now Playing at Nitehawk Cinema Prospect Park: Unionized Workers

An aging theater, groping by theatergoers, and the aftereffects of 'Barbenheimer' paved the way for a new union.

February 8, 2024

Adams Fought the Lawmakers and the Lawmakers Won

City Council voted Tuesday to override the Mayor’s veto of bills on police transparency and humane jail conditions

January 31, 2024

She Wolf Bakery’s Workers Want Your Loaves to be Union-Made

The team behind the NYC farmers market mainstay are seeking representation from the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union.

January 22, 2024

Guess Who Is Leaving New York (It’s Not the Ultra-Rich)

In Hochul’s New York, millionaires eat $30,000 spaghetti and the rest of us eat shit.

December 5, 2023

Workers at the Legendary NYC Cocktail Bar Death & Co Are Unionizing

"Passion gets manipulated, and a lot of people are getting sick of it."

November 14, 2023

Guess How Many Loft Owners Are Voluntarily Complying With the SoHo/NoHo Zoning Laws Eric Adams Won’t Enforce?

The "flip tax" that is supposed to fuel an arts fund is legal. Don't expect anyone to pay.

October 25, 2023

Workers Say REI’s New Union-Busting Law Firm Lacks the Co-Operative Spirit

REI SoHo labor organizers told Hell Gate they see corporate's decision to hire union-busting Morgan Lewis as an act of desperation.

August 9, 2023

Is ‘The Book of Hov’ Really for Anyone but Jay-Z?

Brooklyn Public Library's exhibition glorifies Jay-Z and advertises his products—but we’re being told it’s for the people.