Pride Month 2020: What to know about LGBT pride celebrations around NYC this weekend
A second #stimulus check, the White House and congressional leaders may begin work on a second stimulus package. will it happen and when?
"The single most important thing we can do to combat and contain the novel coronavirus is test for it."
Governor Andrew Cuomo
Mayor de Blasio today announced an expansion of Cool It! NYC, a plan to help New Yorkers beat the heat this summer. In addition to installing air conditioners for low-income seniors, the City will expand the number of outdoor cooling elements available for New Yorkers to enjoy during extreme heat...
So what is in the works, open and happening in NYC this summer?
We know election day was just yesterday, but the countdown has begun to the New York City Mayoral's primary! It's less than a year away! Read about the candidates.
Wedding or major event cancelled by Coronavirus? Our Raising the Bar team talks "force majeure" an option if you in a contract dispute after your event plans were cancelled due to the #coronavirus? Join The Manhattan Black Bar Association's Jason Clark and Adeola Adejobi for a special mini...
As complaints skyrocket, NYPD, FDNY Fire Marshals and Sheriff's Office take action to disrupt the use of illegal bothersome #fireworks, as NYC plans for a long citywide 4th of July celebration. Find out where you can see the rockets red glare!
Tomorrow is New York’s state and federal primary elections day. Voters should expect to take COVID precautions and bring a mask with them. How the pandemic may affect voting behavior is still just a guessing game.