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  • Tribeca vs Chelsea in NYC. Which is best for you?
    If you’re thinking of moving to New York City, you’re probably wondering what the difference is between Tribeca vs Chelsea. Both neighborhoods are great places to live, but they each have their own unique vibe.
  • Is Tribeca Worth Visiting? It’s New York City’s Film Center
    If you’re looking for a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Tribeca is not the place for you. However, if you’re looking for a place to find some of
  • Can Bromance Turn Into Romance?
    Hollywood would have us believe that bromance is simply a close, Platonic friendship between two men. But what if there’s more to it than that? What if bromance can turn into something deeper, something more
  • 10 Reasons why you’d love living on the Upper West Side in New York City
    Have you ever thought about living on the Upper West Side in New York City? Well, if you haven’t, you should! Here are 10 reasons why: by David Stone AD-> “Living on the UWS just
  • Racism on the Red Bus: Lost and Found or Left Behind?
    Racism on the Red Bus stunk its way onto an Octagon Red Bus yesterday, the first day of Black History Month. Found on a seat, it was either lost or – more likely – deliberately
  • What Bromance Means Now As Barriers Come Down
    “Bromance” is a term that’s become increasingly popular in recent years, describing a close, platonic bond between two men. While the concept of bromance has been around for centuries, it’s only recently that it’s become
  • As Secrets Spill, RIOC’s Plan for Sportspark Is Bad News, Really Bad News
    Secrets spill like accidental leaks in the facade Governor Kathy Hochul and RIOC CEO Seldom Seen Shelton J. Haynes put up around Sportspark’s future. The disdain both have for Roosevelt Island sets the tone for
  • Hochul $227B Budget Plan Bolsters Revenue and Rainy Day Reserves
    Gov. Kathy Hochul unveiled a $227 billion budget Wednesday that has something for everyone, and something almost everyone will dislike — especially the progressives who dominate the Democratic majorities in Albany. The plan increases spending
  • What Black History Means to the 19th Staff
    Black History Month has been reserved to acknowledge and commemorate the achievements of our ancestors, their great contributions and what they’ve done for the world. Growing up we learn about the likes of Frederick Douglass,
  • A Budding RIOC Bromance Softens the Sugary Narcissism
    The RIOC bromance between President/CEO Seldom Seen Shelton J. Haynes and Akeem Jamal first blossomed as Haynes’s longtime friend, Altheria Jackson, was shown the door. Haynes was so taken with Jamal, he hired him at

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