35 Burst results for "Manhattan"
Axed Balenciaga Campaign Featured Artist Who Painted Castrated Toddler
"But there's another ad that also came under a controversy from balenciaga recently And it's this picture of this image it's part of their now canceled spring 2023 ad campaign showing this French actress Isabel Hubbard I think is their last name I've never heard of her before But she's in this Manhattan office with a stack of books behind her feet up on the table And some things in the background just like in some of these other images you can spot the teddy bears with bondage or you can see the Supreme Court case on child pornography But some things in the background it's this book So what's in the book What is the book It's this book featuring a Belgium artist This painter And what's the kids of that you ask Where you probably can't hear it but I imagine you're asking So it's this Belgian painter whose work includes a 2017 series of images depicting naked toddlers This series is titled fire from the sun and shows young children with blood soaked skin and some castrated So we're talking about different images for balenciaga all showing a common thing Sexually exploiting children in such a depraved and derogatory way
Prosecution resumes closing argument at Trump Org. trial
"Prosecutors are telling a New York City jury that Donald Trump did know about a tax avoidance scheme being used by his real estate company. In closing arguments to the jury assistant Manhattan district attorney Joshua Stein glass, said Donald Trump knew exactly what was going on with his top executives at the Trump organization. Two of them are accused of helping executives avoid paying income taxes on company perks. Like pricey cars in Manhattan apartments wanted admitted to fraud and is cooperating with the government. Trump organization lawyers deny any wrongdoing, they say longtime finance chief Allen weisselberg was only out to benefit himself, neither Trump nor any family members are accused in the fraud case. I'm Jackie Quinn
Tree lighting, concert at Rockefeller Center lights up New York
"New York's Rockefeller center Christmas tree is all aglow after a star studded concert and lighting ceremony. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in midtown Manhattan. NBC broadcast the Rockefeller center Christmas tree lighting ceremony Wednesday night, an event that featured hosts from The Today Show and artists including Catherine mcphee, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. The tradition of the tree started with one put up by construction workers building the center in 1931. This year's 82 foot Norway spruce from queensbury, New York, was decorated with 50,000 multi colored LED lights and a crystal star weighing 900 pounds. Audio courtesy and BC. Absent from the ceremony was 68 year old Today Show weatherman Al Roker, who has been battling health issues and reportedly returned to the hospital after missing his first Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in 27 years. I'm Jennifer King
Dan Proft: Why We Have Lawlessness in Blue City America
"I mean, this Alvin Bragg district attorney in New York made a stunning admission yesterday. There's a guy who's a serial shoplifter. I'm sure in Chicago like Chicago, New York has had all these instances of people that go in and clear the shelves right in front of people, right? Broad daylight walk out because they won't be prosecuted. The district attorney admitted that out of nearly 24 separate shoplifting cases against this guy, they pursued only two of them because it would have been a waste of resources to hit him with all charges. Listen, these radicals, these zealots, the Lori Lightfoot's of the world, they don't want bad guys prosecuted, Dan. Well, this is the anti broken windows philosophy of Soros funded prosecutors. You've got Alvin Bragg in Manhattan. We've got Kim Foxx and Cook County in Chicago. And this is why you have lawlessness that is raining in big blue city America. I mean, in Chicago, we've had 670 people murdered so far this year more than 3300 people shot. And that's actually slightly down from last year. It really is a level of mayhem that has not been seen in at least the last 50 years in Chicago. And their response is to do more of the same.
Dan Bongino: We're in a Bubble Right Now
"Jim do you remember during the real estate bubble right before like 2007 or so You don't have to agree with me The rules not you can open your mic and save crazy It never happened to me But I specifically remember sipping around the housing market Seeing everything was really expensive and saying to myself gosh this seems really high And at least 20 or 30 smart people I know I'm not talking about libs either I'm talking about just regular average kind of moderate voters whatever involved in politics but not too involved said to me now man land they ain't building more It's gonna continue right Did you not hear something like that A real estate It'll never go down man They're not everybody needs housing I heard a thousand excuses and I thought to myself well that doesn't make sense Because again why don't they have like a Bentley factory in the middle of Haiti Huh No I'm serious Why don't they make roses in Haiti For that to sell them in Port-au-Prince Because there's just not an economy there to support it In other words sooner or later you got to have a product people can afford dude You can't have a product that continues to go So one bedroom condo in Manhattan is going to go up 10% every year You know it like compounding interest and stuff The one bedroom condo is $740 million Does that make any sense to you And I thought to myself this doesn't make sense Sooner or later there's got to be some corrective mechanism because you can't have a product nobody can afford Does that make any sense We're selling this product great but nobody can afford it Well who's buying it No one because they can't afford it That's not the way the supply demand market clearing price intersection point of a supply and demand curve works We're in one of those bubbles now Stock prices can't go up forever
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin Have Kid Problems
"But you'll like this. And you'll only get it from me. It's about our bowl, but in his wife hilaria and their children, okay? This comes on the heels of them posting Instagram picture on Thanksgiving, showing them in their 7 kids and was so hectic. Some kids weren't looking at the camera and they just wanted us to know this was an epic fail Thanksgiving ha ha he were all the same. We're all parents we get it. No, we're not the same because we don't hire professional photographers in our living room to set up and take a picture that might take 90 minutes. So we're not the same. But here's the story. The baldwins live in Manhattan. They send the kids to school in Brooklyn. Don't know why. It's not a private school. They're plenty of great schools in New York City. But they send their kids to the international school where lessons are taught in English, Spanish, and French, and you can guess which language hilaria wants the kids to be taught in. So I found out that their daughter Carmen goes to school in full goth makeup and this kid's in fourth grade. On top of that, their son Raphael has been telling students that his father quote murdered someone, but it's okay because he gets away with everything. This is also the kid you should know that wrote fucked you on his parents car when everything was going crazy. So something is wrong in their lives, even though they make us think it's Paradise. Kids are affected by everything. We can rarely hide things from kids. They see all dramas. But I mean, look, the parents of these children should be alarmed and, you know, take the kids home and talk to them, but no, not Alec and hilaria. They're telling people that, look, you know, this behavior by them is okay because they're only expressing themselves. Really? Is that what you think these kids are doing expressing themselves?
Ellen Pompeo Leaves 'Grey's Anatomy' After 19 Seasons
"By she, I mean Ellen Pompeo, the actress who's now said goodbye to working on gray's anatomy, who was it 19 seasons playing Meredith grey on the ABC show? So it's 2022, so 19 years ago, we're talking 2002, 2003, actually. Why is he why are you a little bit freaked out? I'm not freaked out by it. I see what Ellen has turned into. She's always like a pretty, pretty girl. Kind of sexy ish and a little elfin way. If you understand, but you know, most of you, some of you know that I go way back with Ellen Pompeo. We used to live in the same building in the west village of Manhattan. Greenwich Village, west village, and it was great building a lot of people there. Amber Valletta Courtney Love Drew Barrymore, which is the end of the guy from American history X Ed Norton, jodeci, the group, oh, great building. Great people in Nam was a lot of fun being in the elevator, being in a lobby and seeing people come and go. Ellen Pompeo lived with a guy in that building who was a photographer. They weren't getting along too well. And, you know, she would come to my room because we knew each other and she'd bring a bottle of wine and nothing went down, nothing no sex, something like that, but she'd bring a bottle of wine, it takes some glasses out and would have some wine and talk and she'd tell me about her situation or problems how she wasn't getting along with that guy and she really wants to act and she's taking acting classes and nothing's happening. Blah, blah, blah. In fact, then I was the guy who was getting work and doing things. So Ellen would like come to my apartment to talk about the industry and stuff because I was going to LA every couple of weeks to do stuff and write my column and eventually I said, you know, when I go to LA, would you mind watching my dogs and watering my plants? I'm only leaving for like three days top. She goes, I would love to. I said, if you're having a problem with the guy, just sleep here, sleep in my bed. Really say, you know, can't you sleep in a bed? So she would sleep in a bad one of my plants walk my dogs, boom. She blew up. She did a movie, was it old school? Which was a nice part, and then forget it. Bang up. Right? To graze anatomy, know, well, maybe not all of you know how much money she makes, but I think almost $20 million a season. Ellen cleaned up, not bad, not bitter, but when you're in this business, there are some people who fly by you and there's like nothing you could say, like it just happens, you know? Like, wow. That really happened to her career. She went, she got that famous that quickly. Yeah, she did. 19 seasons and done. She never has to work another day in her life. Of course she will. But never has to.
Police: Man with ax, sword asked to enter NY Times newsroom
"Police in New York say an armed man entered The New York Times building I Norman hall Authorities say the man carrying an axe and sword went into the lobby of The New York Times building and asked to speak to the political section He then handed over his weapons and waited for emergency personnel when he was denied entry The New York police department said officers responded to the times building in midtown Manhattan shortly afternoon after getting a 9-1-1 call when officers arrived building security told him the man had the two weapons He was then taken to the hospital for evaluation at times representative thank police for resolving the situation quickly and peacefully By Norman hall
Trump Org.'s longtime CFO testifies at company's fraud trial
"Donald Trump's longtime CFO is still a company man collecting a hefty salary from the Trump organization even as he takes the stand as the prosecution star witness in a criminal tax fraud trial Allen weisselberg's on paid leave from the Trump organization after pleading guilty to evading taxes on $1.7 million in company paid perks like cars and a Manhattan apartment as part of his plea deal with prosecutors he testified Tuesday in the case against the former president's company saying he saved the Trump organization hundreds of thousands of dollars by scheming to evade taxes on those perks The prosecution star witness says he deducted those expenses from his salary because it costs the company about half as much as it would to give him a raise The Trump organization denies wrongdoing and says weisselberg concocted the scheme on his own Julie Walker New York
Trump Org. executive says he helped colleagues dodge taxes
"Returns on behalf of a father and son executive duo whose Manhattan apartment rents were paid by the company Makani was granted immunity to testify The Trump organization the entity through which the former president owns hotels golf courses and other assets is accused of helping some top executives avoid income taxes on compensation they got in addition to their salaries The company denies any wrongdoing saying longtime finance chief Allen weisselberg went rogue and concocted the scheme without Trump's or the company's knowledge I'm Ed Donahue
Kevin McCullough Brings Good News From Last Night's Results
"Continue talking to our friend Kevin McCullough. You may know him as his real name, votes for dumbest. I say it. It's a chilling thing to pronounce that word votes through. He knows all tells all, okay, votes true. Tell us more about what happened last night. Again, I have officially dubbed this, Eric is not allowed to be depressed day. Even though the media is telling you that Joe Biden won last night and that Trump is finished and that everything else is going downhill, that is the opposite of what happened. And you ended last hour talking about Lee zeldin. Let me just talk to you about the quote unquote failed candidacy of Lee zeldin. First of all, Kathy hochul will take this governorship reigns with the smallest percentage win of any governor in New York's history in the last hundred years. Nobody has come this close to losing their seat and still want it. Having said that, what does that mean? Well, she obviously has been sent a message that New Yorkers are tired of the crime. They've got a lot of issues about the economy, et cetera, et cetera. But in zeldin's fervor to get to that place, he worked 19 months, he held huge rallies on Long Island and upstate. There was obviously chicanery that took place in Manhattan that you were talking about cheating that's obvious. It's obvious that there's some sort of like printing press at the bottom of Gracie mansion in the city or something. I don't know. But in all of this excitement, he pulled probably four more congressional delegates into the GOP delegation for new Yorkers than they have had in many, many years.
Judge agrees to appoint monitor for Trump Organization assets
"Former president Donald Trump's company is appealing a judge's decision to appoint an independent monitor to oversee its business dealings while it's being sued for fraud by New York's attorney general I Norman hall Lawyers for the Trump organization are challenging Manhattan judge Arthur and garran's decision issued last Thursday They're also seeking a state to prevent and garand drooling from taking effect while the appeal is pending in garage ruling to lawyers said essentially handcuffed the company restricting its ability to freely make deals so assets and change its corporate structure attorney general letitia James lawsuit the product of a three year investigation alleges Trump and the Trump organization misled banks and others about the value of price assets including golf courses and hotels burying his name She also accuses the firm taking
Filmmaker Haggis finishes testimony, denies claims by women
"The rape trial of an Oscar winning filmmaker is nearing its end in New York City Most of the major drama in the case ended this past Friday when Paul haggis wrapped up three days on the stand in his own defense he choked up and wiped away tears as he ended his testimony responding to allegations by a publicist that he raped her in his Manhattan apartment in 2013 hackers told the jury he was a very flawed human being and that he made the 2004 movie crash because he couldn't figure out how to be good That prompted his attorney to ask if that self criticism was referring to him sexually assaulting anyone haggis replied oh God no with haggis and his accuser both done testifying now Court resumes today with the jury expected to get the case by midweek A Moscow's Gabrielle
Trump Organization's criminal tax fraud trial begins
"Task number one in the Trump organization trial picking a neutral jury Donald Trump's company is now on trial in a criminal tax case and the first task facing the court is a big one selecting a neutral jury Manhattan prosecutors say that the Trump organization helped top executives avoid income taxes on job perks such as rent free apartments and luxury cars The former president himself is not on trial and is not expected to testify but the judges and lawyers were looking to keep people off the jury if they have unshakable feelings about the Republican About half
Task one in Trump Organization trial: Picking a neutral jury
"Jury selection begins today in the criminal tax case against the Trump family business Manhattan prosecutors say the Trump organization helped top executives avoid income taxes on job perks like rent free apartments and luxury cars Former president Donald Trump is not on trial and is an expected to testify but the judge and lawyers will likely be looking to keep people off the jury if they have unshakably strong feelings about the Republican The trial is expected to center on the actions and testimony of longtime executive Allen weisselberg who pleaded guilty in August to taking in more than $1.7 million worth of untaxed perks from the company Trump calls the probe a political witch hunt the company says it played by the rules Julie Walker New York
Trump company set for criminal trial in off-books pay scheme
"More than three years after Manhattan prosecutors started investigating Donald Trump after going to the Supreme Court twice to gain access to his tax records The only criminal trial to arise from their efforts is about to begin Former president Donald Trump is not going on trial but his company is the Trump organization accused of helping some top executives avoid income taxes on compensation They got in addition to their salaries Trump signed off on some of the checks at the center of the case but is not charged with anything and is not expected to testify or attend the trial which starts Monday with jury selection If convicted the organization could be fined more than a $1 million Last month the New York attorney general filed a civil lawsuit accusing Trump and his organization of misleading banks and others for years about the value of assets That civil suit seeks 250 million and a permanent ban on Trump doing business in the state Julie Walker New York
Trump angrily lashes out after his deposition is ordered
"Former president Trump is scheduled to answer questions under oath today in a lawsuit filed by a magazine columnist who says he raped her in the mid 1990s in the dressing room of the Manhattan department store The deposition gives lawyers for E Jean Carroll a chance to interrogate Donald Trump about the assault allegations and statements he made in 2019 when she first told her story publicly Trump says she completely made up a story that I met her at the doors of this crowded New York City department store and within minutes swooned her It's a hoax and a lie his legal team worked for years to delay his deposition in the lawsuit which was filed when he was still president Carol was to have been questioned by Trump's lawyers last Friday Julie Walker New York
NYC opens emergency center for influx of bused migrants
"New York City opens its temporary tense shelter for the influx of migrants mainly Venezuelans being sent from U.S. Mexico border states The massive heated tent for 500 single men has bare bones cots Wi-Fi TVs laundry and dining facilities plus phones for international calls It's on Randall's island across the water from Manhattan's east side We have seen something like this in New York City for nearly a century Manuel Castro was the city's commissioner of immigrant affairs New York City is doing everything possible to make sure a solemn seekers are treated well with dignity Critics call the ten inhumane built in a flood prone area and transit desert mayor Adams declared a state of emergency earlier calling the increased demand being put on the city by migrants being sent here not sustainable At the start of the week there were 20,000 single adults in the shelter system Julie Walker New York
"manhattan" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"What becomes of that? And so I think there are different possibilities that I hope the city planning commission will explore because the truth is right now. You don't really have many options. Just legally in terms of zoning and other regulations. You're constrained. And so I do think a positive of the pandemic will cause a rethinking. And I could give you one concrete example. We had a hotel that was failing before the pandemic. And they wanted to transform it into a senior assisted living location. Which I think would be wonderful for the neighborhood. And sort of perfectly suited for that. But the zoning didn't really allow for it. And they were starting to have that conversation and then the pandemic hit. So I hope there's more creative thinking that comes out of this of what are some of the needs we're facing and how can we make those transitions? That kind of takes me to a question I had for you as a former city council member, especially too, about zoning and Lower Manhattan are there. Are there sort of more sweeping zoning changes, fixes that you think are needed in any either big or small swath of Lower Manhattan? Are there ways that you want the city planning commission to really rethink parts of Lower Manhattan or any, you know, anything that you want to sort of bring to people's attention about the ways that zoning maybe has become outdated? Well, I guess sort of similar sort of a tag on what I just mentioned was, again, the hotels have rebounded more quickly than they had expected. But I was advocating and I would still add the Kate for more flexibility to transform hotel rooms into affordable housing. Or supportive housing. Again, some of them are very well laid out. But all kinds of zoning issues come into play that make it impossible. And we even had a couple of interested parties philanthropic parties who were interested in purchasing hotels to build affordable housing. But the rules didn't allow for it. I won't get into why. Lots of my new show involving elevator sizes. You know, things that are just right, so I would state and city stuff to play both levels of government or say, and I think this big picture allowing for more flexibility. Within reason. But are we, I mean, you know, this is, I know, I'm sure you want to be somewhat diplomatic about this, but to me, it's already May of 2022. People keep, you know, the mayor had a press conference about this trying to push the state to do more that wasn't done yet and people are frustrated that no projects have been done anywhere, not just Lower Manhattan, but midtown. And it's like, you know, maybe in the end, some of the inaction will work out just fine because as we're seeing some things are rebounding faster than expected. So maybe it's good that there's been an action, but in some of these zoning changes in such I understand it's really complicated, but it's kind of time's ticking here. And how long have you been covering government of politics? A decade. Okay. So you know how this works. Yes. Or doesn't work sometimes. The stew of our democracy. The wheels do not turn quickly. Is it your impression from the business leaders that you work with and speak with that we're sort of at the new equilibrium in terms of, you know, we've seen increases in the subway ridership largely a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, thing. So it seems like a lot of people are doing Monday Friday from home..
"manhattan" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"And so that will continue to be and when you look at the census numbers and you look at the growth on residential, people are still coming here. So I think we're still going to have that need. I think we proved as a model and it's been talked about a lot because as you said, we have become this 24/7 neighborhood in places like midtown have not. That it was harder for them in the pandemic. And there is still less street activity. And so discussions about how they could convert some of particularly the older stock that isn't as attractive. Into housing, affordable housing would be great. I think that does make a lot of sense and there may be, I hope there is more of that. For us, we did that in the 90s. We were the model. And so the reality is not all, but most of the buildings that could convert over time probably have. Not all. Maybe there's 6, ten, but it's not like the whole neighborhood. Whereas I think there are other places that are much more ripe for that kind of conversion to affordable housing. And you sort of hit the nail on the head, the class a space, the more people don't follow real estate, but the nicest office space as it's graded. Class a is what you think it is, yes. Yes. That has been doing very well. Even in the pandemic. Here, and not all across Manhattan. So that's companies taking advantage and wanting to upgrade and deciding that this is the moment to do that or saying if we're going to be in the office and our employees are going to be here. Then we want it to be really special. There's more and more special. So I think the question then becomes over time with some of the older, less attractive space, less viable space..
"manhattan" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"I mean, every single fairy line comes to pure 11. So that has been helpful for us. I mean, I think those are some of our selling points that people may not realize. But you know, as I mentioned before, bringing back the programming Brookfield has their own arts program, they had their ice skating rink, they had the nutcracker, they do holiday events, but all year long. And that will come back. At the World Trade Center, they reopen schmucks Berg a few weeks ago, and the beer garden, which will be open during the summer. In addition to what else they may end up planning. We are, as I said, doing our live theater performances for three weeks in June. While the Lower Manhattan cultural council will be resuming their annual river to river festival, we're doing a dine around festival in June with 30 plus restaurants where you can come and sample a lot of fare. So, you know, again, I think whether people feel more comfortable being outside or just want to enjoy the neighborhood and the views, having this kind of programming is something that we're focusing on. Should I take part of your answer there to say that you don't think there is more room for just shutting down more streets in Lower Manhattan two car and truck traffic? Is that not, I mean, there's a way when you walk around certain parts of Lower Manhattan where the cars and trucks have almost no choice but to go quite slowly and there is a lot of pedestrian traffic, but there's still a lot of vehicle traffic that makes you a little uneasy walking with a little kid or on a bike or those types of things. Any thoughts on changes there or do you feel pretty? No, I mean, I think it's always possible. I would say a couple of things. Again, we don't have the traditional street grid. So it's not as if you close 14th street to buses only. You can just go on 13th or 12th or tenth or 11th. We don't have typical sort of north south, east, west, alternatives. We just don't. And so logistically for the fourth largest commercial business district in the city. But also for the residents who live here. Because they're sprinkled all throughout the district. I mean, the entire south side of Wall Street is residential. And they want to be able to access their buildings. And they want to be able to get their deliveries as well. So not to say it couldn't. I would say, but it's a different challenge than in other neighborhoods. We have tried it. We did do it a couple of streets during the pandemic. With mixed success to be perfectly honest, people didn't really use pearl street. And even the restaurant who had sort of adopted it after a few months told us that it wasn't really working for them either. And street, we did a little bit longer. But again, we started to get a lot of complaints from the residents who live along and street. The hotel that's on Anne street in terms of getting hotel guests in and out. So I wouldn't say it's something, as I said, are open to, have explored, have experimented with. It's just a little bit more complicated if you literally look at the map of the neighborhood. Interesting..
"manhattan" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"It's on the list of things you want to see and do. Let's zoom back out here as we sit here in May of 2022 without going into a lot of discussion. Let's just sort of throw out some top lines from your perspective. What are sort of the two biggest challenges facing Lower Manhattan right now? What would you name three if you want? It's not a strict. I strict question, but just sort of the big picture here. What are the two or three biggest challenges that Lower Manhattan is facing right now? Well, look, one, again, it's not unique to us, but the quality of life issues that are on everybody's minds. You know, keeping the streets clean and safe, making sure that the subways are running and the sort of bread and butter issues that frankly mayor Adams was elected talking about are true here. I think we've been lucky and that it's not as bad here. As it is in other places in terms of some of the street conditions, partly because we have such a robust force over a hundred people of ours who are out every day sweeping the streets, planting beautiful flowers, removing graffiti, and so neighborhoods that have business improvement districts like this, wherever they are, are faring much better because we're spending time and money to do some of that work. But at the end of the day, we can't replace what the NYPD or the city sanitation crews ought to be doing and are trying their best to do. So, you know, I think that is the number one topic on people's minds when you go around town in terms of long-term success, how we turn around both the reality, but truthfully, the perception. We are still an incredibly safe city when you look at the history and the numbers. There's no question. I was born in the 70s. I grew up here in the 80s 90s. I've lived in New York my entire life. We are much, much safer than when I grew up. But that's not the perception that people have. And so that has to change. You know, I would say clearly that, of course, goes back to the 2019 conversation, right? I mean, you know, 2019 was a very different new normal. And that's the recency bias that people have. They want to feel that way, and obviously everybody wants the city to be safer and not trending in the other direction. Absolutely. And I do think that is an impediment for people both to live here long term and the return to work. That for us, obviously that's an issue. I'm not as concerned about it in that, I think it's pretty clear we're not going back to 5 day a week, 9 to 5 culture, maybe ever. It's hard to imagine certainly any time in the near future. But people are coming back to work, whether it's two days a week, three days a week, on a hybrid schedule, depending on where they work and what their job is. And so I think as we adjust to that, you know, we're going to have to evolve. And that means in terms of our retail and supporting them and making an effort as New Yorkers to support our small businesses. But also for them, when are they open? Is it the same day? Is it the same hours if people aren't coming in on Friday any more than Friday happy hours and the thing?.
"manhattan" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"And the alliance for downtown New York manages the downtown Lower Manhattan business improvement district. And serves a wide swath of Lower Manhattan and Jessica lapin is the president of the alliance for downtown New York and joins us now. Thank you for being here. It's my pleasure. When you hear me describe Lower Manhattan like I did there, what did I miss? When you're talking very generally, you know, sort of 30,000 feet about the area that you're so invested in and helping to lead and revitalize here. What are some of the ways that you sort of in sweeping ways describe Lower Manhattan? I mean, the first thing I say to people is there is definitely kind of a different feel on the streets today than there was 6 months ago, 12 months ago, it was we've had our ups and downs. Of course, over the course of the history of the neighborhood, as you mentioned, and certainly through the course of the pandemic, I don't think, you know, what we saw here was that drastically different than what you saw in a lot of parts of Manhattan, especially kind of south of 96th street. And being essential business district obviously it's been tough losing losing our workers that said having over 65,000 residents who called this neighborhood home today really did help us in ways that we could have expected but haven't had to see before. Unfortunately compared to other central business districts that don't have that kind of residential base. So, you know, I think what I tell people is, it feels different in a good way. The streets are increasingly more crowded and more dynamic. And you know, we know this is going to be a long road to a full recovery, but we feel much more optimistic than we did 6 months ago. And the downtown alliance that you lead recently published its first quarter report, just a couple of days before our conversation here, or I guess a week before. So we're speaking here on Wednesday, may 10th, and at the beginning of the month, published a first quarter report for the first few months of 2022 with data on commercial office, retail residential hospitality, development projects and there's some encouraging signs there that commercial leasing activity is growing, but of course the office vacancy rates are still quite high. On the residential side, the rents are through the roof setting records and there's some questions I want to get to with you about affordability and how to bring more affordable housing.
"manhattan" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"To max politics. This is Ben max from Gotham gazette, a publication of citizen union foundation. Thanks very much for tuning in here for this episode of the show. Today we are discussing the present and the future of Lower Manhattan, one of the city's major central business districts, of course, an area of the city with a great deal of character, its own unique pieces and contributions from Wall Street to battery park, Chinatown to the seaport and so much more. And of course, an area of the city devastated by the attacks of September 11th, 2001, and in many ways transformed in their aftermath, Lower Manhattan was also among the parts of the city, most hurt by the COVID pandemic when it comes to its people, its economic activity, and that activity is highly dependent upon both tourism and office work, both of which were ground to a halt, of course, during the pandemic and are in the process of rebounding here, but are far from pre-pandemic rates. And there's so much more to discuss about Lower Manhattan and get into and that's why today we're going to discuss where things stand in Lower Manhattan, what the future may hold. And I'm pleased to be joined by Jessica lappin, the president of the alliance for downtown New York. Otherwise known as the downtown alliance, a position Jessica lappin has been in since 2014 after she left the city council after a couple of terms representing other parts of Manhattan. So my conversation with Jessica lappin about the future of Lower Manhattan in just a moment. First, if you missed any of our recent reporting at Gotham gazette, find us to go from buze dot com, of course, we've been reporting on lots of things happening in New York State and city politics and government, including some of the outcomes of the recently passed state budget and what comes next in the legislative session that is now underway for much of May and into early June. And in New York City in politics, we are of course looking at the still early days of mayor Eric Adams administration and it is budget season in the city, especially now that the state budget has been passed, the city knows what's coming through from the state and the city will advance its own budget plan, which has a lot riding on it and what will be a roughly $100 billion New York City budget due by the July 1st start of next fiscal year. And there is, of course, a whole lot of policy involved and dependent on that budgeting and informing that budgeting and we're digging into a lot of it as well at Gotham. Gazette. Here on the podcast, if you've missed any recent episodes, find them at max politics wherever you get podcasts where the Gotham gives a website. I've had a whole bunch of great guests. I won't go into the list now. You can find those wherever you get podcasts or, as I said at the gauntlet gazette site. All right, here on today's show, we are talking about Lower Manhattan and its future, very pleased to be joined by Jessica lapin, the president of the alliance for downtown New York and a former city council member, among other roles. The alliance for downtown New York was created in 1995 to provide service, advocacy, research information, to enhance Lower Manhattan. It's quality of life. It's destination for businesses and residents and visitors of all kinds..
"manhattan" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"I read a Wall Street Journal op-ed by Charles feign layman. He's a Manhattan institute fellow. Talking about Alvin Bragg, this new district attorney in New York City. And I got to see if I get him insight from a smart person because evidently I'm not smart enough to understand Charles how letting criminals go free makes a community safer. Can you help us understand the logic of this brand new district attorney who sent out this memo to his staff to his prosecutors, ordering them to. Downgrade a number of crimes, for example, I read in the post this week a guy holds a knife to somebody, robs the store of money. He was charged the felony, now he's charged the misdemeanor under this progressive prosecutor's policies, give us your perspective on all of this and help our listeners all around the country understand what's really going on here. Yeah, absolutely, and thanks for helping me on Mike. You know, I think that the key takeaway there were lots of little details in the brag memo and we can talk through them. But the key takeaway is that the imperative that he has offered to his line DAs is that they should view incarceration as a last resort that basically all circumstances they will not seek to incarcerate somebody pre trial in jail and they will try to as much as possible confines of New York State law, not incarcerated people post trial and present. That's accepting the cases of murder, assault with a firearm or deadly weapon. Certain sex offenses, certain white collar crimes, racketeering a handful of others, if you don't commit one of those small number of crimes, you're not going to go to you're not going to go to jail and you can try it's hard not to do prison as
"manhattan" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"Grena in addition to cat power's manhattan. You brought us another song today. And it's boost. Gondola guava by willie cologne. And ruben blades. Recorded.
"manhattan" Discussed on Switched On Pop
"Cat power aka. Sean marshall released her first album in nineteen ninety five and her most recent in two thousand eighteen. This song manhattan is from her twenty twelve album son in which she plays virtually every instrument. We're hearing herself carina. Do you remember when you first heard this song. It's embarrassing and i knew that i would have to tell the truth on. Cast that the fucking spotify algorithm that to me. No shame in the spotify algorithm game. I did listen to a decent amount of cat power. I definitely heard it for the first time during my early years of living in manhattan as an adult. I grew up in the bay area. But my mom grew up in manhattan and in washington heights specifically and my family lived there in washington heights in the same apartment for sixty five years until december when my grandmother passed away. So coming to live in manhattan us seven years ago or so to each yacht columbia like adjacent to the neighborhood. That was like my family's neighborhood setting up shop in my studio apartment and admitting to myself that i wanted to be a writer that i wanted to try that in new york was the period in which i was introduced by the spotify algorithm to this song and it was an immediate hit with me so i loved that kismet spotify recommends a lot of songs but maybe not all of them connect in so perfect away. Were there any particular lyrics that really resonated with you. Yes i mean. I actually wondered what counts says off. I switched on pop. And i think this is probably like on the indie side of pop but to me it still counts to me. Almost every song about new york is a pop song house like an including jaws. Because it's engaging with this iconic popular symbol not only for the us but for the entire world and so you're always going to be participating a little bit even by saying the word manhattan and that kind of conversation. I think other than that. The lyrics of this song are like as non pop song as you can get in.
"manhattan" Discussed on The Science Show
"Is of course it was a a price on their heads and i think the similar story with jagua trying to get rid of them because of the threat to farmers and such like so. Is that to some extent resolved so that you can go ahead and repopulate. Well yeah i think so. I mean either protected now when the government was sponsoring hunters to shoot jaguar and wolves and other large wildlife bears there was no protections but now the jaguars an endangered species so it has the protection of the endangered species act. And so it's a crime. Now to shoot a jaguar that said of course. I'm sure there will be people that are not so keen about jaguars because they want to live in the old ways but I don't know how much you know you and your listeners. Following american politics the politics of the us south west is changing a lot as we saw in the last election and comes with urbanization with people moving to that part of the world to retire and bringing their politics with them. And so i think the times are changing in those mountains. Arizona went democrat. that's right. They elected a democratic senator for the first time for a long time john mccain country quite extraordinary but for me. This is a long-term idea. That's what i think. Scientists so important is that we work hard to try and get our facts right and to make our reasoning clear. And we do that because we're trying to play the long game. I'm having conversations all the time with my colleagues fish and wildlife service. Us force service to try and convince them. And i'm having a hard time convincing them. Oh really yeah. Well one of the arguments which is very interesting and that this has been going on for some time about top carnivores in other words the killers the wolves and the story in some of the national parks. If you bring the wolves back. They reduced the number of elk or moose which are otherwise ravaging most of the trees the vegetation. And what you're doing is restoring by the top predator. How things used to be in the kind of balance rather than vegetarians everywhere crunching the bush land. Yeah well that's right you know it's not just actual hunting but it's also the way they changed the landscape the landscape of fair as the biologist call it and you can see this so clearly in yellowstone national park you know when wolves were brought back to yellowstone it completely changed the way that the elk we're using the landscape out of the riparian zones because those were dangerous vegetation came back and when he came back all kinds of other riparian species came back they really are a dramatic influence on the landscapes where they live we don't know exactly what that influence will look like for jaguars because it's been more than fifty years since there was a jaguar to had had that influence so it's a bit of an experiment to think they know what to do when they get that. Oh i think they'll do fine. There's a model of reintroduction in the barra in northern argentina which is sort of similar situation where they identified a large block of habitat. They found enough support. The local people on the local politicians that they went forward and then they raised animals cubs without any human contact in reintroduction centers than those were the animals that they released back into the wild after they'd learned to hunt on their own and those animals are doing really well. When you look at jagua what strikes you most about the general appearance. They're just so muscular and many years ago. I was in santa cruz. Bolivia and i had a data myself. And i went to the zoo and they had a outline cougar in an enclosure. Right next to a jaguar and people often think outlines jaguars the these large cats but they are completely different from each other. Jaguars are the earliest hunky. As large cat you've ever seen they just sort of ripple with strength it's so extrordinary. Yeah what you've convinced. Hope you convince the other people there you know at at the wildlife conservation society in for the long run. Thank you so much erik. Thank you robin a pleasure talking to you eric. Sanderson is a senior ecologist to the wildlife conservation society in new york based at the bronx zoo. Also an author writing about manna hata. Next week in the sign show soil shackleton and just little snow. Production by david fisher. I'm robin williams..
"manhattan" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"Because when i look at the votes actually look to them slightly differently. You look at the number of votes for reform and fundamental change and that tally is certainly very high. So i think there's a yearning in manhattan two fundamental reform. Our system of the sort. That i was talking about And yeah i think that experience of having been in the courtroom having bandaged my experience with that can speak another another candidates. This makes with that resonated with voters. But there's a strong yearning for four form as i said last night as i addressed You know folks at my campaign Night event You know we have lost not the borrow in heard You know in all corners of the borough not up here in harlem or the lowest thought all corners deep concern about police accountability deep concern about The types of offenses that we arrest people for have little to no public safety benefit. So i can say that of the discussion. Kind of the percentage of folks who voted for me but also just based on the base and what other cancer saying that that to me is a strong. Take away as well. And i know that something that i talked about in fully committed to lead into really rating system so that we can focus on gun trafficking and things that i think in my engaging voters really. What's on your mind in terms of public safety not You know things that we're adding to our system that have little to do with public safety. Honor said what's one of the central examples of that that you would. You would sort of move away from in order to concentrate as you're getting at. It's sort of the bigger concerns that you have that You know what's what's one of the biggest examples offer people that you've promised on the campaign trail in terms of getting the impact of the office. You know you sort of tough on crime direction. We'll be lucky to one that you and i talked about last time You know was the sort of untaxed cigarette enforcement that we saw. Nypd prioritize in the fact that the attorney general's office lead work either. Didn't going straight quarter. St quarter are resting people for untaxed cigarette sales tracing back though shipments of cigarettes and holding accountable shippers like ups and federal express Getting back more than hundred billion dollars the city of state so that people model is what i've talked about as i said earlier following the concert band really holding the funders of promote activity accountable But i've also talked a lot about You know my father's own trouble troubles with sobriety and make sure to lead into a diversion for substance use disorder I think it's beyond dispute that we're in the middle of mental health crisis and using our mickle health resources in diverting people and then and in some of the cases of meet most father ran homeless shelters the way we've criminalized poverty whether it's the homeless person that taken up to season sub we okay. He's from summer. That was prosecuted or The homeless person who the da's office recommended in term of five to ten years. Were you know buying food and to face with the counterfeit bill. i mean. that's just those are knock them all mattis for me And and we need to use other tools and the government tool kit address them And save our criminal Carswell resources from things that really are. What would new yorkers are sitting around thinking about talking about is true public safety issues nervous and as we watch this. Vote unfold on wondering as you've talked about personal experience blending reform but also you know law enforcement Where where it's most needed in your view Did you see eric. Adams's candidacy in any sort of kindred spirit way in.
"manhattan" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
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"manhattan" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"Yeah i know. But i'll side that what i haven't got one on. I got one guy. He's not gonna have very good. Threes down -ception izzy nine now. I think it's funny when solomon not. Solomon when digress walks gets into the lab. He puts his gloves on. And i was like that that when he turns into the meeting. He doesn't have he has gloves on. He doesn't have doesn't have so. What is the point doll except consumed the globs. Apparently i don't know i had the same thing i'm thinking. Why is he putting gloves. On the genita- dalek hands. Then he comes up and guy he's good close and six got him like sitting on his head. It's my pain as well that's it. That's is the dialects in manhattan. Anything else you'd would like to mention about this episode. I didn't wanna watch it right again. It's been a while since i've watched it. That's for sure Yes i've never gone back to it. So i did dread watching it i i love to there are sitting beside said. I'd trade watching this being one of them as do we like to score out of five in the keo. What would you like to give this episode. we'll give it a two. I don't i just don't like it i. It's not the act is it's not i don't know what it is. The story i think is Ah now it just. I did not enjoy. I wasn't engaged. I was like just hyping. it would get to the end. Quick play and i don't want the dollops in this and a height they plan it stupid and issue but other it's one plan or the other darn heaven multiple planes confusing. That's me Like i said. I have watched this episode in a while. I was fully expecting to hide it. An i actually enjoyed it a little bit more than i thought i would go. There's a lot happening. I feel like you're comparing the two of them. I don't feel like the be story. I mean it's nice. That we get to see broadway and everything. There's a lovely little song and stuff like that. But i don't feel like. I feel like it should have been one and a half episodes probably too much for one episode but not enough to episodes. They're gonna give it a three because it's stuff that i quite like about it and the stuff. That kind of drags yet. So i'm gonna give it a three to me. It's just you know compared to the episodes we've seen so far in this series. It's actually not that terrible. I guess i know that this good episodes coming yes show said i remember the first time my watch this. I didn't enjoy. I was left. Feeling really nit. Yeah so yeah fantastic so we level out of the two point five. I love to level out all right the. Do you have any plugs to do now. Just the usual jump. You can catch the horse on facebook at nikisch. Comedy and.
"manhattan" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"Just come from new noon in new york. Well i suppose in this episode. From what i can tell. He's trying not to be dick tomorrow. So i'm pleased with that yet. He didn't annoy the shit adamant but also moth is finally realized He's not interested me. Yeah it was a dicta- me lost episode into show tunes anyway. The doctor tries once again to show off his skills at nailing. The time period. But martha's found a better way. Look at a newspaper that all drunk should always be a newspaper for any for any younger listeners. Newspapers were like but printed on pipe was a train. What's a train still for the moment. Everyone uses public transport. They reckon with When we have driverless. 'cause what will happen is you'll drive to work get out and then set the car into taxi mode and it'll like around taxing people around if people likely this shit in my car. No that's what i was thinking. What if someone like throws up in your car and it doesn't know it just goes to the next person it's like. Oh oh the Here yet will found on my seat. Yeah and then you go. You're in the middle of work but you're gonna go and deal with this anyway. Yeah oh peak Why god a human beings disgusting much like in the last episode gridlock. The doctor takes martha to the slums of new york. Yeah yes it can't help himself really special slash. I bet it seems so different. When i wrote these two episodes but when you put them knocked back it looks like he's just doing the exact same thing. Yes now this society. But i'm going to take you to the slums mouth. 'cause you're not good enough. Let's hope you don't get kidnapped this time. Get not as good as roselawn in central park. Where hundreds of homeless and unemployed people have banded together. they are led by solomon. Who believes they need to band together to get through their hardships. Yes i don't know if they were all quite so You know let's all work together. I think they were a bit more stabby kili but not a lot of women. There ain't no no of course. Well it's it's outta defined female extras. Apparently what happened to the women. Are we like in in tonight. Bill may maybe they have their own version in this cold. Hooterville might walk around wearing very revealing clothing. Yeah go darwin's touching me. It's great people don't realize but who who does started as hooterville strip as would guy what about like your mother roy. Yuno you just you. Normal northern strip. A woman waited vice started. A proud tradition of. I'll have you my mom. Got her whenever someone asks. You not. See a tip ross. For king and country s and brown sullivan solves dispute between two men arguing over a life of bread. That one tried to steal from the other. He breaks it in half does teaching the lesson that. If you try and still someone's brandon get caught you'll still end up with hoffybrand. Well he's being solomon king sino if you steal bread and don't get caught you get the full breadth. Let's get caught. You get half disguise brand lesson baby. It's pretty good. Look at the baby higher. That's why when. I rob a bank as do get half of the money yeah. I don't think that happens unless you've got cops on the tight..
"manhattan" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"And the amazing spiderman adopted will stop the rise of a new breed of dialects. It's funny isn't it that it stay the spider man i always to get. The andrew garfield was saw doctor who subtle i but he's got one of the best accents i although i am kind of like. It's funny because i was watching it being like did they make him from the midwest because that's the said that he could do and then i realized well actually he's going to be american and other movies. Yeah now i i. It's one of the better Accents i don't know whether the the accent then grace on me in some of them. And i don't know whether they're doing badly or it's just really Dial ogre that that they throw out. It's it's better than the accents. I do in that big finish audio. Where simon pegg american. Yes yes but it did. It doesn't normally the may at the accents This one for some reason. I was gonna play a game. Cold a american. Or there's only two american actors of could find this episodes. Yeah the rest of them. is solomon american nurse. Solomon is english how yes accents. Who who else do you think is american. Ooh i think last one laszlo is definitely american. yes accents very good and the rest of bicycling english. Yes yes So yeah talking about leslie right cons. Who plays laszlo is a u. s. actor most famous for being on general hospital always assert star but he was also in a sci fi channel miniseries based on the comic strip. The phantom man like a souped up you a new version and it doesn't look very good not the original fans are not the signing span in lock raw. I remember reading that comic strip. When i was a kid at so cool in. The movie has like odd. So grab yeah. You know. i'm trying to read it up so fucking boring Will when my dad got the people. That was the only bit that i was interested in the ice wasted. That was probably in there. Too and dag would coursey. Who played solomon was in the movie highland and talulah was played by miranda reisen who spent four years. Acting in the tv show spooks. Yes she was just in a show. I just watched the first season Hot of doc. Doc doc hot a cop show good. I like her. There's never there's never any cop shows that alike happy. He's a cop who's always happy. Will this will this latest crime make him unhappy. No no it. Won't he's got a great work last. Val everything's gray for happy. And he's always blank vibert rules. I'm going to write that. That's that's the right self that please or if you do make it yet and try to make it better Maranda rayson was also on an episode of heartbeat. Where he guest style was benedict cumberbatch. He's done rather well for himself Yeah i i suppose. And of course. Andrew garfield has gone on to be a movie..
"manhattan" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"Yeah trying to keep predators chases. How do they do the background. Check out as a company that's coming in and doing it for fray so just i mean you have to been caught if you if you really good at it and you haven't been caught you don't get You won't get flagged but yes at least somebody's trying to do something. Wow that's insane yeah. China women's safe and then some guy in men iran one man got attacked once off. Thank you very much. So old women are attacking hashtag a women yet. I love someone posted on facebook that there should be a game show called hashtag no snakes and any man who says hashtag not men should be put in a room with a bunch of snakes but one of them is poisoning. But not all. You don't know which one it is that yeah so we'll do that. I think that would be good. All i'm on board for that. If i can throw any money into that project. I will end of good a few people. I want to be on the first show on the first wave. It sounds like we're sending them to australia. Strain doesn't exist you yeah. of course. yeah but on the first on the first fleet mandala do you think they knew they send those convicts with stralia that we didn't exist now and they would dislike him. It's embarrassing send him to australia. Right guys guys the country that doesn't exist so when you come back from straighten not many deep but some did. What did you tell them. Well sure you went to us. Strahl need treading water for seven years. And then say you know. I think it was just is gone away from their wives. Like i've into ustralia. How's she doing these days. She's she remarried. Our episode today is dialects in manhattan series three episode for written by helen reina and directed by james strong originally aired on the bbc. Saturday april twenty eight th two thousand and seven god. That's one hundred years ago. I know it's like whoa ow. Fourteen years ago. You can have a child in high school yet. Who would be watching dr hers. you like. Oh this came out when you were a kid and going a moment in which the ship net nate how i feel when we watch a classic episode wasn't even boon for the gatt gatt. We sell we always do with short synopsis. Nineteen thirties new york. The great depression and people are forced to leave in central park. People do whatever it takes to survive. But they're also mysteriously disappearing the doctor and mothra investigate and find that the cult of scour out a helping to build the empire state building. But what wild and wacky ideas are they coming up with to build back the dollar rice. Oh they're just creating human hybrids with the help of a spook a highlander..
"manhattan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It was in Manhattan, and it was a cab driver who was going a blazing 12 miles an hour in a horse drawn carriage in an eight mile zone again. We're not gonna need this information, but it's good. Have in our back pocket. What's the condor? Four under part? How many people in the last 20 years have won a Super Bowl? That first round draft matter? You've only first topic and there was three. Yes, thank you, Ariel. One name. What percentage of people don't have some stinky armpits. Look at that was being attention This time. Worry is so disgusting. Butler You got to tell us another wonder of you. It's gonna be our new song. The Wonder of you, Right? All right, Holly, what's going on out there with the traffic? Oh, well, it smells like there's some traffic with a little bit of snow of we'll get to the weather in just a second, but on highway 2 80 north bound in Lauderdale, a crash By Broadway Avenue and 35 W. 6 94 westbound, also a spun out vehicle blocking lane. That's right around the ramp to 94 eastbound and also on highway 97. Forest Lake crews working in the right lane to clear a crash on 35 North bound near Highway 97. It's wet and sloppy outside lots of spun out vehicles and crashes this afternoon. Around the system. Take it slow. Turn on your headlights. And as Kenny likes to say, drive like a champion near five. Eyewitness news. Weather forecast for meteorologist Ren Clair brought to you by skin Rejuvenation clinic. A winter storm warning is in effect for Dakota Scott. On rice counties and also winter weather advisory. In effect the snow slow and steady for the next 36 hours tonight, Snow freezing drizzle 1 to 2 inches of snow with a low of 30 Tomorrow cloudy, windy snow 32. Maybe about 3 to 6 inches.