No more confiscating cannabis, issuing tickets for possession or making weed-related arrests at airports across the state. People who like to combine their travel plans with a toke or two will reportedly no longer have to worry about hiding their stash when passing through airport checkpoints. Police will no longer be seizing cannabis, issuing ticketsRead […]
In the past, New York CityвЂ™s LGBT community snuck into bars with blacked-out windows to take pleasure from an inviting and accepting social scene. Crossdressers and trans ladies hung away at former groups like Edelweiss and Jackie 60 and lesbians and men that are gay to LeeвЂ™s Marti Gras additionally the Gilded Grape to see […]
By Michaela Wang In early March, the New Jersey statehouse introduced the “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act,” a bill designed to exclude transgender female athletes from women’s sports teams. The bill’s sponsors touted that the proposed legislation would “secure a fair and level playing field.” It’s not just in New Jersey where powerful legislatures debate […]
“When people do things to you when you’re growing up, it affects you spiritually, physically, mentally and emotionally,” said Russell Box Sr., a member of the Southern Ute tribe who was 6 when he was sent to a boarding school in southwestern Colorado. The discovery of the bodies in Canada led Secretary of the Interior […]
Springsteen is playing to sold-out crowds on Broadway and the Foo Fighters brought rock back to Madison Square Garden. Shakespeare in the Park and the Classical Theatre of Harlem are staging contemporary adaptations of classic plays in city parks; the Park Avenue Armory, the Brooklyn Academy of Music and commercial off-Broadway theatres have been presenting […]
Haley Gibbs, 25, an administrative aide who lives in Brooklyn, said she felt the city’s pulse returning as she waited to attend “Drunk Shakespeare,” an Off Off Broadway fixture that has resumed performances in Midtown. “I feel like it’s our soul that’s been given back to us, in a way,” Gibbs said, “which is super […]
The arts scene, from Broadway and nightclubs to museums and concert halls, is coming back to life after the pandemic shutdown. Getting it right will be vital to the city’s comeback. This content was originally published here.
I had a mind to go straight to Cookpad, Japan’s biggest general recipe site that we featured back in 2013, when it had just launched an English-language version. Now we have another rich recipe resource in the form of The New York Times Cooking database, an archive of 17,000 recipes, also accessible through its very own free iPhone app. […]