High rents, lack of affordable housing: NYC pessimism

Gloria Rodríguez says the cost of living has risen dramatically after the pandemic, including rent which is her concern and that of many other New Yorkers. A survey by the Regional Plan Association confirms these fears by indicating that 52 percent of those who participated in the survey say they are dissatisfied with the limited […]

New Yorkers less optimistic about recovery NYC

A new poll released this morning reveals that the majority of New Yorkers view the future of the city with less optimism, due to concerns about crime, lack of affordable housing and the pandemic. Regional Plan Association (RPA) survey results show 41% of residents are satisfied with the overall direction of the region, compared to […]

Lack of communication protests in East River Park project

There are months left for heavy machinery to begin work to build what the city calls the East Side Coastal Resilience Work – a five-year, two-phase plan to raise East River Park eight feet. However, more neighbors have joined the protests that have been organized since the plan was unveiled. This time in front of […]

Trump testifies in NY in lawsuit for 2015 incident

Former President Donald Trump was questioned Monday in a deposition for a lawsuit filed by protesters who accused the mogul’s security team of beating them during a protest in the early days of his presidential campaign in 2015. Trump testified under oath during a several-hour private questioning at the Trump Tower in New York City, […]

C. Powell, son of immigrants, born in Harlem

Colin Powell, who worked with Democratic and Republican US presidents on war and peace but whose fine reputation forever deteriorated when he appeared before the United Nations and made incorrect claims to justify the US war in Iraq, died Monday of complications. by COVID-19. He was 84 years old. Powell, the son of immigrants from […]