Friday, 22 October, 2021

Category: Bill de Blasio


At Biancardi Meat Market, the walls on one side are decorated with family photos and a picture of the twin towers with what looks like a Catholic prayer card nestled lovingly into the corner of the frame. On the other Read more…


This fall may be the biggest moment of truth for public education since the 1970s. After seeing enrollment in government-run K-12 schools decline by 3 percent in COVID-marred 2020–21 (including 13 percent for kindergarten and pre-K), all while homeschooling tripled, the Read more…


On Tuesday, when White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked a question about whether New York City’s vaccine proof requirements might impact racial minorities disproportionately, she sidestepped the question. Psaki gave her response during Tuesday’s White House press briefing. Read more…


Sometime around 1978 I was on line to use an ATM near Columbia University when a deranged man wrapped in a moving blanket came up to the young woman in front of me and began screaming his vilest fantasies at Read more…