The seal features a Dutch settler holding a rope with a loop tied at the end and a Native American man wearing a loincloth holding a bow standing beside a crest. The crest features beavers and barrels to signify the region’s history with the fur trade. … [Read more...] about New York City seal should be re-examined, de Blasio says
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He became the program’s 10th unanimous All-American, won the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s top collegiate punter and was named an All-American by Sports Illustrated for the second year in a row in 2019 after finishing fourth nationally in average yards per punt (47.1). … [Read more...] about Former Cy-Fair coach Ed Pustejovsky reacts to New York Jets drafting Braden Mann
More New Yorkers are now foreign-born than at any time since 1910. So perhaps it’s not surprising that the city’s 95 ethnic newspapers have a combined circulation (2.9 million) that outstrips the combined print reach of the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Daily News, and the Post. They’re experiencing a boomlet, too: More than 20 have been started in the past few years. The newsrooms run the gamut. There’s the Ecuador News, for instance, a fast-growing weekly in Woodside that has trouble attracting advertisers, who worry about the buying power of illegal immigrants. And there’s France-Amérique, a luxe magazine headquartered in midtown Manhattan whose editor calls it “rather highbrow.” Here, the staffs of two papers. … [Read more...] about The Rise of New York’s Foreign-Language Newspapers
ESPN analyst John Clayton said last month that Philadelphia has peaked Clowney's interest, so much such that he could sign a one-year deal as low as $9 million. That number would reportedly coincide with what the Eagles are willing to pay for the former No. 1 overall pick. … [Read more...] about Reports: New York Jets off the table for Jadeveon Clowney
We wouldn’t be in this mess of uncertainty about the coming school year if the federal government had managed to control the virus; any glimmer of leadership from the president would have gone a long way. Grievances and fear are understandable. I support teacher-led campaigns to make sure that safety measures are in place. And any city or state experiencing a spike in cases should keep schools shut, along with indoor businesses. … [Read more...] about I’m a Nurse in New York. Teachers Should Do Their Jobs, Just Like I Did.