2014's Gayest Cities in America
It’s not all piano bars, gender-specific music festivals, and giant disco houses (although we all love some of those things) that make these cities the gayest ... is New York’s third largest (and was named sixth most livable in the United States ...
The Congressman Who Went Off the Grid
If the United States doesn’t do something to protect the grid, and soon, a terrorist or an act of nature will put an end to life as we know it. Bartlett loved to conjure doomsday visions: Think post-Sandy New York City without power—but spread over a ...
New York Mayor A Pirate? Bill De Blasio’s Choice Suprises Everyone At Zany Parade
His choice of wardrobe, which surprised everyone, included a puffy pirate shirt, skull-and-crossbones cap ... vital states in the country. Mike Long, chairman of the Conservative Party of New York State, couldn’t resist taking a dig at De Blasio ...
The Most Powerful Freemasons Ever
The first President of the United States of America had a strong relationship with the Masons. He was given the rank of Master Mason less than a year after initiation, and he performed Masonic rites at the laying of the U.S ... 8, in New York City.
In Manhattan Alleys, Dogs on Rat Hunts Find Bags of Fun
“The city loves us,” claimed Mr. Reynolds, casting his group as a free extermination force. He was wearing a tweed cap and ... supports the rat hunts. Brian Shapiro, the New York State director for the Humane Society of the United States, said there ...