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Fresh update on "upper west side" discussed on Tom Sullivan

Tom Sullivan

01:27 min | 7 min ago

Fresh update on "upper west side" discussed on Tom Sullivan

"To border and coast to coast. You're connected with Tom Sullivan. Well, look at that. Here we are gathered around the old microphone. Welcome to the big radio show Today is Wednesday. Definitely feels like a Friday, but I I double checked it all The conspiracy sites say it's Friday, but I I have evidence. From the Gregorian calendar today. Is November 25th. Year of our Lord 2020. Yeah, I'm in a mood. I don't know it does. It feels like Friday. It just means I'm telling you people are going somewhere. And we get these. I don't know how they ever come up with this stuff. But triple A always says Well, this is how many people will be on the nation's highways traveling during this holiday. But I Um Let me see number of cars. I They're saying that air travel is something like 40 to 50% below where it normally would be. Um And so how many people are gonna be on the road? I don't know how they guess that. I guess they How would you even know how many people are going to be on the road? But I will tell you this. Oh, and by the way. Hey, Um, I didn't make a big announcement about it. But guess what. I am not in my home. No back in the In the shadows, the canyons of midtown Manhattan, New York City, So we're back. We're back in the studio and well, it's a It's a little trial here, because, well, I mean, it's actually A big task was everything, man. Everything is masked and lock down and a plastic shields and you wear gloves and you got I mean, it just makes you feel like you're being surrounded by this virus, which We probably are, but I'm telling you, the people leaving New York City today. I'm coming in. There's bumper to bumper going out. It's on the West Side highway. There's there's Ah street you got to take in order to get on into the Lincoln Tunnel. On and that was backed up. Huge. I mean, some people were going out of town. They were going to Lincoln Tunnel going west. So it's a lot of people on the road and, um, cripple a always says the guests on this every year. And I don't know how they do that. Number of travelers. Um I understand that the airlines configure that out. Here it is. Thanksgiving volume for air travel will be down by nearly half. Who 0.4 million travelers going somewhere in airplane. Um, this will be the largest one year decrease on record will I know I know. I know. I know. But I don't know what, how they're going to figure out people on the road. So they say. 47.8 million. Yep. Which is not that far below last year. Last year, it was 49.9 million. So we're down two million. They got two plus million in the air and then on a bus, a train. Or some other way, 353,000. So they keep talking about. We did a lot of this yesterday, so I don't want to redo what I did yesterday. But but the The government officials out there are jumping up and down. All kinds of lockdown restrictions and all kinds of new rules and everything else. And yet they are the ones who don't follow them. Which makes it I don't know if you're going to do it, despite them. But it does make you want to just say Look, I don't You can't tell me what to do. But that's what they do. And, um Heard the lieutenant governor of Texas Dan Patrick, last night. Then he was sometimes he's a little out there, but I thought he was right on the money Last night, he was talking about the fact that We are. We urge that you use caution. We urge that you protect yourself and your family. We urge all the good safety stuff. But It's not up to the government of Texas. It's up to you. That is, I trust Texans. I trust they're going to make the right decision for themselves, and the pot of line is Um If you if you make the wrong decision, Well, you'll know about it. So anyway, a lot of people on the roads And, um, I guess there's so many on the road because they don't they want to go to see family. But they don't want to be in a tube with other people or on a train with other people or so they are. They're just the privacy of their car. They get hungry on the way of it A long trip. You could always stop it a drive up window. All touchless all that sort of thing that's going on. Speaking of New York and Thanksgiving, the New York Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. Um I don't know why they're why I guess they had to do something. It's a holiday tradition. And it's been going for more than 90 years. And they usually have 8000 people marching in the parade. They have More than 24 floats. They've got entertainers. They got marching bands. Usually streets of Manhattan are full of all these people were wearing band jacket. They're all in town to be in the parade. So instead of the usual route from the upper West side of Manhattan all the way down while they change a little bit basically Broadway down The 34th street and they make a right and they go down the street in front of Macy's at Herald Square, their headquarters Flagship, Blake's Your building. This year..

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New York Judge Plans to Rule Monday on Whether Lucerne Residents Can Stay

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

New York Judge Plans to Rule Monday on Whether Lucerne Residents Can Stay

"Judge has promised to rule later today on whether 230 homeless men can be moved from the Lucerne hotel on the Upper West Side were Radisson in fight. I A man originally moved to the Lucerne in July because of covert concerns at their shelter. Some neighbors have complained about drug use and other quality of life issues some people and find Iran thrilled with the prospect of having them there, either. Lawyers for the city say the men will have more space downtown attorney supposed to the move called the relocation of form of class warfare. They say the men are making progress at the Lucerne and this move would be disruptive.

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Fresh update on "upper west side" discussed on Lynda Lopez

Lynda Lopez

00:49 min | 13 min ago

Fresh update on "upper west side" discussed on Lynda Lopez

"WCBS. It'll take another week to figure out how schools here in the city will reopen. The mayor says they're working on the plan. Admits they should have worked it out a sooner or this with our Steve Burns. There are a lot of questions to answer. How much should students be tested? Should schools reopen citywide, her neighborhood by neighborhood and which one's reopened first, We proved we could keep our school's safe, but we're gonna have to come back a different way. Given some of the challenges we're facing. With the second way bearing down on snare, de Blasio says those conversations are happening now. So the plan won't be ready by Thanksgiving, as he had originally hoped. Next week. We're gonna announce the details of We will come back will be in stages. The first stage is likely to involve elementary and special needs schools. There was also a rare moment of regret from the mayor for not having this worked out sooner. I think we didn't have a plan B and we should have had a plan B, though, If the city's numbers keep rising, some areas could be declared orange tones and responsibility on schools shifts from the mayor to the governor. Governor, Cuomo said he wants schools open with more testing and cleaning. Steve Burns. WCBS news radio 8 80. It's covert deja vu in New York Governor Cuomo raising the alarm about rising cases. We have an area in the states that an island Where we have already opened the field hospital. I've been talking to governors across the state they are, of course, the nation. They're starting to open field hospitals again. This is reminiscent of the bad old days, right? When you have these emergency field hospitals that look like something that you would see in a World War two movie Because the hospitals were overwhelmed. Stand Island University Hospital accepted its first patient at the field hospital yesterday. It's located on the grounds of the state run South Beach Psychiatric Center. It can care for up to 108 patients who are still recovering after treatment. From before the virus. The statewide covert positivity rate. By the way, 3.62%. They're nearly 3000 hospitalizations at the moment, and we know 41 people died overnight. Now here in the city. They don't want to repeat the scramble for PPE that we saw during the first wave of Kobe 19. The city is building a stockpile of 150 million pieces of personal protective gear in preparation for the second wave. Post reports. The city Health Department has ordered $900 million worth of Peopie already stashing away tens of millions of gowns, gloves, masks, goggles and face shields. Stockpile is in addition to the 90 Day reserve, every hospital must have under state rules. The homeless men at the Lucerne Hotel are getting kicked out, a New York judge ruled today. We have to move out out of their upper West Side hotel. The decision comes about a month after a temporary restraining order was issued, allowing them to stay until a final ruling was made. Some upper West Siders had complained bitterly about an increase in violence, drug use and public urination. After the homeless men moved in. Mayor de Blasio had agreed to move them to a hotel in the financial district. The city had put them in the Lucerne to prevent the spread of the coronavirus that shelters It's 307 at WCBS will check traffic and weather coming up when you need more than just the headline Nothing numbers for New York State when it comes to coronavirus gonna call most sees more covert restrictions on the way yellow zones are coming to northern Manhattan and parts of Long Island. But the hot spot locally is Staten Island. Governor Murphy urged residents to keep Thanksgiving celebrations..

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Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:54 min | 5 d ago

Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

"Pointing pointing to to a a covert covert infection infection rate rate increasing increasing across across the city as a whole? The mayor insists that reopening the schools will require even tougher standards than the ones that triggered the closure. Our schools have been It's safe, extraordinarily safe. We've got to keep it that way. We can't just stand pat with a strategy that worked before. When conditions are changing. We need to reset the equation. The mayor said The more stringent reopening rules will be announced before Thanksgiving to those angry about the school's closing when less than essential businesses are still open, the mayor said. It's clear the city's designation as an orange zone is right around the corner. So for everyone who Might feel somehow a little better if they knew that indoor dining was closed or gyms. We're going to closed. I'm sorry to tell you that for the sake of those business owners, it's just a matter of time. It's very likely to be in the next week or two, the Blasio's head. He does believe the orange Zone restrictions will help turn things around. Which lay I'm WCBS news radio 8 80. Several small Children Children of of this this rally rally are are holding holding signs signs that that read. read. I I want want to to be be in in school school and and their their parents parents demanded. demanded. The The mayor mayor dropped dropped the the 3% 3% threshold, threshold, calling calling it it arbitrary arbitrary and and outdated. outdated. It's It's time time to to get get our our kids kids back back in in school school now. now. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Good. Good Good protest protest organizer organizer Mia Mia Eisner Eisner Greenberg. Greenberg. It It is totally wrong for 1.1 million kids. Be a bargaining chip in some kind of political labor dispute between two men. Thies Air kids Upper West Side Dad, Michal Meltzer, who has twin boys in kindergarten doesn't blame the teachers. His sign read. Mayor de Blasio gets some Kahane's. I'm disappointed in the leadership of the Union, which I suspect it's not actually reflect the great teachers that are out there. In City Hall Park. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80

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Fresh "Upper West Side" from Paul Murnane

Paul Murnane

00:37 sec | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Upper West Side" from Paul Murnane

"0 52 degrees. That's about the average high at this point, November Thanksgiving Day. Very mild but wet periods of rain and a high of 62 had 49 would bury up to 56 advanced a constant 5600 temples high 58 pumps and Baba 12 10 in New York judge's ruling that some 200 homeless men must move out of the Lucerne in the Upper West Side. The decision comes after months of controversy is some neighbors of the hotel, complained of quality of life concerns and such the homeless were moved to the hotel to prevent the spread of Corona virus and shelters. A temporary restraining order was granted last month, allowing the men to stay in the hotel until the court made its final decision. Unclear where the men will go now, but the city had initially planned to move them to another hotel around Wall Street. 12 10 WCBS news time on a Wednesday that feels like a Friday with over one million miles race, although there's only one thing you can say about the amazing race..

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Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:54 min | 5 d ago

Parents outraged after NYC schools close due to rise in coronavirus infections

"Pointing pointing to to a a covert covert infection infection rate rate increasing increasing across across the city as a whole? The mayor insists that reopening the schools will require even tougher standards than the ones that triggered the closure. Our schools have been It's safe, extraordinarily safe. We've got to keep it that way. We can't just stand pat with a strategy that worked before. When conditions are changing. We need to reset the equation. The mayor said The more stringent reopening rules will be announced before Thanksgiving to those angry about the school's closing when less than essential businesses are still open, the mayor said. It's clear the city's designation as an orange zone is right around the corner. So for everyone who Might feel somehow a little better if they knew that indoor dining was closed or gyms. We're going to closed. I'm sorry to tell you that for the sake of those business owners, it's just a matter of time. It's very likely to be in the next week or two, the Blasio's head. He does believe the orange Zone restrictions will help turn things around. Which lay I'm WCBS news radio 8 80. Several small Children Children of of this this rally rally are are holding holding signs signs that that read. read. I I want want to to be be in in school school and and their their parents parents demanded. demanded. The The mayor mayor dropped dropped the the 3% 3% threshold, threshold, calling calling it it arbitrary arbitrary and and outdated. outdated. It's It's time time to to get get our our kids kids back back in in school school now. now. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Good. Good Good protest protest organizer organizer Mia Mia Eisner Eisner Greenberg. Greenberg. It It is totally wrong for 1.1 million kids. Be a bargaining chip in some kind of political labor dispute between two men. Thies Air kids Upper West Side Dad, Michal Meltzer, who has twin boys in kindergarten doesn't blame the teachers. His sign read. Mayor de Blasio gets some Kahane's. I'm disappointed in the leadership of the Union, which I suspect it's not actually reflect the great teachers that are out there. In City Hall Park. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80

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Fresh update on "upper west side" discussed on Bernie and Sid in the Morning

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

01:10 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "upper west side" discussed on Bernie and Sid in the Morning

"Done both of them violating the orders that they told the rest of us to do right and then all of these people well, who was the one that was a Baltimore then their vows in from Washington to celebrate Joe Biden the election and now they want to lock us down because they Covance up. Colvin's not up because of anything we've done. It's because all these masks Celebration. Riots, protests and then they want to blame us and punish us and now they're using the power of law enforcement. And Cuomo has the nerve to say I'm going to send the cops. And if the cops don't arrest you on going after the cops, he says, the cops you don't have the right to pick laws you don't have forced Are you kidding? Listen, the cops. Cops are good people, and they're not going to enforce that Bother. You could have Governor Newsome, California that ledge to having a dinner with 13 buddies. But two weeks ago it no Mass on he's another one. That doesn't practice what he preaches. But here's what's scary to me, Janine. Okay, and you're a brilliant lady. A great on TV. Great on whether you know what's going on in this city. I say to myself, But here's the good news right with downtown like 14 months, and the Blasio's gone and then pull most gonna be gone, and then I look at the names that are on the docket for potential replacements. I'd love to see my owner and boss, our friend John Katima TT's run for mayor or Curtis level, but I'm not sure they're going to. So the truth is a guy like Brooklyn Borough president Eric Adams. He may be the next mayor, and I gotta tell you, Janine He's no better. Well, look here here. This is what makes it worse. And I would love to see John canceled on TV. I would love to see people who've got a sense of moral core who believe their job is disturbed the people I am so sick and tired of the egos off these Democrats who want to be in a position of dictating their tyrannical. Leaders, but but what these guys were doing by by forcing people out in New York, and that's what's happening. You know the exodus. We're losing the tax base number one, and I'm not sure we can get our people elected because I don't know who's left in New York. New York is at some point. I mean, the dead is so incredible. People are leaving who support the tax base? Who are they going to vote for the gonna vote for another Democrat, and that scares the heck out of me. And what while we hope for someone to save the city? What about Rudy Giuliani? This son? I mean, who knows There's a million people could do it. John would be my first but we've got to stop these people from thinking that they have the right to control our lives. Look, you fly into any airport said, and they've got the army there in their fatigues in their boots, and you cannot get by them at the airport. This has been for the last month, maybe six weeks. I mean, and yet we tell them to stand down when the building's air burning. We tell them to stand down when they're looting our stores. Well, tell him to stand down with taxpayers who own businesses are losing everything. This is the kind of Dictatorships and people don't want to live in anymore. No, I no, I don't. I live in the city on the Upper West side, but I have explored leaving time and time again. The last couple of weeks. Now you're going to stay with me right until 9 30, Janine or or something I want. I want to get into the whole Donald Trump stuff, too. And Where were you all with that? So well, we're gonna keep judging here on hold and again. You can listen to her. She's so great. You just heard the last 10 minutes. He was magnificent. Every Sunday morning, 11 o'clock right here. Don't giggle. You know your great tunnel to towers, judging him show.

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Rally Held In Support Of Homeless Individuals Fighting To Stay At Lucerne Hotel In New York

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | Last week

Rally Held In Support Of Homeless Individuals Fighting To Stay At Lucerne Hotel In New York

"It's been a contentious issue. There are those who support a group of homeless men being housed in an Upper West Side hotel and a resident group that opposes it. Tomorrow. A judge will hear the case that will determine if the men are allowed to stay there. A rally in support of the homeless at the loot. Lucerne Hotel was held Saturday. Among those in attendance. New York City mayoral candidates Maya Wiley and Diane Morales, borough President Gale Brewer and Lucerne resident Isaiah Thomas. We have not all bad people. As for me, this is like the stepping stone. This is this is a thing that helps me. Last month, A temporary restraining order was granted, allowing the 235 temporary residents. To remain there. Area residents have complained of a decline in their quality of

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Man arrested in attack on actor Rick Moranis

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | Last week

Man arrested in attack on actor Rick Moranis

"Police confirm an arrest has been made in connection with the October attack of actor Rick Moranis. On the Upper West Side. 67 year old Miranda's was walking south on Central Park West Years West 70th Street when an unidentified man hit him in the head with a closed fist. On October 2nd just before 7 30 in the morning, Miranda's was knocked to the ground by that punch and suffered pain to his head back and hip. Police tell us the suspect was arrested and is expected to be charged at the 20th precinct

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Suspect arrested in attack on actor Rick Moranis

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | Last week

Suspect arrested in attack on actor Rick Moranis

"Has been made in connection with the October attack of actor Rick Moranis. On the Upper West Side. 67 year old Moranis was walking south on Central Park west near West 70th Street when an unidentified man hit him in the head with a closed fist this on October 2nd just before 7 30 in the morning, Marina's was knocked to the ground by that punch and suffered pain to his head back and hip. Police tell us a suspect was arrested and is expected to be charged at the 20th precinct tonight.

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Divide and Conquer Could Be Good COVID-19 Strategy

60-Second Science

02:32 min | Last week

Divide and Conquer Could Be Good COVID-19 Strategy

"Health experts shake their heads at the chaotic political divisions and inconsistent policies that have undermined attempts to control the spread of covid. Nineteen through much of the world but a new study by mathematicians in germany and the uk has applied the tools of chaos theory to show that divisions of a constructive kind could actually bring the pandemic under control much more effectively. The research was done at the university of oxford girding in university. And the max planck institute for dynamics and self organization. The group built a mathematical model of corona virus transmission that accounts for the inherently random ways that the number of infections fluctuates over time they noticed the case counts within small populations. Sometimes drop all the way to zero. As long as people are wearing masks social distancing and taking the other standard precautions though spontaneous extinctions of the disease made them wonder if the small towns or counties did more to isolate themselves from neighboring communities would that sometimes extinguished covid nineteen enough that they could lift restrictions and resume more of normal life for longer periods until the disease popped up again a rigorous mathematical analysis showed that indeed. This kind of divide and conquer strategy can work at least in theory. They published that result in the journal. Chaos then in a follow on study published in a reprint which has yet to be peer reviewed. The group ran simulations using county level data from germany england. Italy new york state and florida for each place. They compared to scenarios in the first leaders impose statewide or nationwide restrictions like those that western european countries have just put back into effect in the second scenario restrictions on movement kick in whenever infection rates rise above a threshold but the restrictions are applied county by county or even neighborhood by neighborhood within large cities. So that the population is effectively. Subdivided into groups no bigger than two hundred thousand people for example under this alternative strategy a big outbreak could force the upper west side of manhattan to restrict non essential movements for several weeks but in other neighborhoods on the island. Schools offices and restaurants could remain open so long as case count stayed low the researchers found that even when they allowed for modest intermingling among communities this approach of local control could cut by about eight percent the number of days that most people would have to spend living under tough restrictions. Their models predict that these benefits of local control might take a few months to become obvious but they also suggest that a subdivision strategy could save many many lives over the long

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Restaurants Make Updates To Outdoor Dining In New York

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Restaurants Make Updates To Outdoor Dining In New York

"Dining areas, now that the cold weather has arrived. But some people are questioning whether they can still be considered outdoor dining areas. Restaurant owners are getting ready for the winter. Sophia did now from the Upper West Side has noticed some restaurants making upgrades to their outdoor dining areas. There's a lot of building I see going on, but Evan from Greenwich Village, is worried that some are getting to elaborate with outdoor dining areas. Essentially becoming endure dining areas, their farm or in close. Some of them look. Feli closed, so enclosed isn't closed is enclosed. I don't think you can call it outdoor dining, According to city and state guidelines, Outdoor dining must not have walls covering more than half of the eating area. Otherwise, it is considered indoor. This restaurant owner says he followed the guidelines while trying to keep his customer's comfort in mind because we have open air on everybody, socially distance, and then we also have have those those you you know, know, clear clear barricades. barricades. The The comfort comfort and and safety safety is is still still ultimately ultimately decided decided by by the the customer. customer. I I try try not not to to eat eat out out because because of of everything everything going going on. on. I I wouldn't wouldn't factor factor into into my my decision. decision. I I don't don't think think I I don't don't have a low probability event. I get sick from eating in a shed. Darius Randy is 10 10 wins in Greenwich Village.

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"upper west side" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"upper west side" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Justice John Roberts, introducing her this morning. Before we commence the business of the court this morning. It gives me great pleasure on behalf of myself and my colleagues toe welcome Justice Barritt to the court Justice Amy Cockney. Baird is a third conservative Trump has nominated to the Supreme Court. Which he has said he expects will take up any challenges to the outcomes of close races. The Dow Jones industrial Average closes up 423 points or nearly 1.6%, ending the day at 26,925. This is NPR news. This is WNBC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson, the head of the New Jersey state Police says detectives are looking into a pro trump caravan on the Garden State Parkway that brought traffic to a standstill yesterday. The incident involved dozens of vehicles whose driver's waved American flags and trump flags. At a press conference this afternoon, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, a Democrat, called the actions silly and dangerous. What happened yesterday put other innocent people who were not part of it in harm's way Event. One was one of several in the region. Supporters of President Trump also blocked traffic on the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge across the Hudson River. With the NYPD warning of the potential for election day protests and possibly even unrest. Stores are boarding up windows and businesses and hiring extra security. W My CI's Beth Fertig reports. Some residential buildings are also taking precautions. Apartment buildings with and without doormen from the Upper West Side to Chelsea or investing in security guards, a building near Union Square sent a memo to residents saying it did so because it's near a route frequently used by marches. Mark Lerner, president of Epic Security does not recommend hiring armed guards because they can on ly fire if their life is in danger. God Can only service it. Deterrence. Tell people you know. Stop. Don't enter these premises, and then they have to call 911 for the police. He says he hasn't seen so much demand since the 1992 Rodney King protests. Polls will be open tomorrow for Election day. Polls in New York are open from six AM to nine PM to find your assigned voting site visit. Find my pole site dot vote dot n y C..

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"upper west side" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | Last month

"upper west side" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's Brian Lehrer Show on W M. I see. Good morning, everyone. Here's a story that of Manhattan listener rode in. Describing their early voting experience yesterday on the Upper West Side, these air some excerpts from the listeners email. As prologue, this person writes during the June primary when covert was Maura at its height, I skeptically opted to do early voting to try it out. I was literally the on ly one voter in the entire early polling site, 102nd Street on Primary day When I voted, there were numerous voting stations and machines there. The most amazingly easy experience I ever had with voting. That was about the June primary. Now. Listen, all right. For the general election, scared of Trump and courts, invalidating mail ballots so didn't want to mail in eagerly anticipated early personal voting and touted it to France. On the Upper West Side. There were only two early voting sites, one at Broadway and 62nd Street and the one I went to at 102nd and Amsterdam, second largest in the city, covering 112,000 voters. Don't have exact figure but must cover at least 40 city blocks with 112,000 voters, writes the listener. Arrived. Approximately 4:30 P.m. was told by personnel was taking many hours, gritted my teeth and decided to check it out for a bit after an hour or so realized I was in it for the long haul and decided to definitely endure it today. That was yesterday. Now that I started Person writes. My line started at the school on 102nd in Amsterdam, Snake south to 1/100 in Amsterdam, Easter Columbus Avenue, then north on Columbus Avenue. A couple of blocks left through the center courtyard of the Douglas Nitra houses back to Amsterdam Avenue north on Amsterdam to 104th Street east on 104th to Columbus, down Columbus to a separate path, right pathway through Douglas houses. Back over to Amsterdam, south on Amsterdam to West 101st Street, left on 101st to rear entrance of school. Wow. Person continues line went smoothly. All fellow voters cooperate of cooperative and uncomplaining. None dropped out along the way all endured. Everyone wore a mask and didn't crowd in. Board of Elections personnel. Every 30 yards or so very cooperative and friendly also allowed people to step off line to neighborhood stores for snacks or bathroom. Answered enquiries.

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Early Voting Day 3 In New York City: Long Lines And Determined Voters

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:24 min | Last month

Early Voting Day 3 In New York City: Long Lines And Determined Voters

"This is day three of early voting in New York. I cast my violet yesterday It was easy are Samantha Liebman has a live report from the Upper West Side. Hilarious may have been easy for you, but for a lot of people there waiting on two hour plus lines again today, Uh, record number of voters 193,915

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Jacob Lawrence painting missing for 60 years rediscovered in New York apartment

Midday News

00:30 sec | Last month

Jacob Lawrence painting missing for 60 years rediscovered in New York apartment

"By artist Jacob Lawrence has turned up in an Upper West Side apartment. The painting had been missing for 60 years now on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Museum says a visitor was touring Lawrence's exhibition realize some of the artwork on display resembled a piece inside her neighbor's apartment. The exhibit wraps up at the Met on November. 1st, The owner of the missing panel, has agreed to loan the artwork for the rest of the tour, which is expected to end In December of 2021 12 18

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GM expected to announce electric vehicle for Tennessee plant

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | Last month

GM expected to announce electric vehicle for Tennessee plant

"The company expected to announce investments in several U. S plants, including a move that will make a former Saturn plant in Tennessee, its third factory to produce electric models. It's there that GM will likely build the Cadillac Lyric Electric SUV. Ah former illegal hotel in Manhattan's Upper West Side will

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"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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02:00 min | Last month

"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Ryland outside the Lucerne, along with residents like Larry Thomas. He's one of the men who sued the city to block the force. Move. I'm not a chesty. I'm not a pole. Some residents say they have jobs here or have support programs. Maeda Blasio decided to move these man following community pressure on our threatened lawsuit. Some upper West Siders say there's been antisocial behavior. But Melissa Sanchez says Absolutely not Mayor de Blasio This is a vile legacy for someone who campaigned on the promise to make our city a more just and ethical place. Roger Star in 10 10 wins on the Upper West Side wins news Time 1 31. Let's get traffic and transit Here is Greg Price that we're still looking at the mess in a Brooklyn either way on the guano Speak you'II Combo, a standstill overto Hamilton Avenue. This is Where there was a car fire on the westbound side. Right now, it's just the chart out remnants on the westbound beat Youi outbound. Dewan is knocking out the two right lanes. That's why you're so slow from the Williamsburg Bridge all the way down towards the prospect just after Hamilton Avenue. Now the eastbound side and vision of the rubberneckers, you've also got the left lane with part of the emergency response of the inbound. Go on, Aziz found beat Youi bunched up to from the Belt Parkway emerge up towards Hamilton Avenue. Staten Island Expressway slammer westbound west of Clove, rode over towards the MLK be cost of ongoing right lane construction. And here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels. City bound side of the Georgia could ride to the upper and lower as we see it on the GM Cam West side, the best of it out Lincoln in Holland. No more than a few either way, Brooklyn about upper level of the Verizon. Oh, still a struggle because of repair work traffic sponsored by Turo snowblowers. The grizzly winters. You needto aural power, Mac Snowblower. It's a beast on Snow Act. Now get up to $100 off funds. Electoral power, Mac Snowblowers. So you're Taurel retailer now in winter with a Toro I'm Greg Rice on 10 10 wins Now the 10 10 Wind Tak, you weather four day forecast. Here's meteorologist carry.

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New York Homeless Shelter Residents Seek Court Action To Stay At Lucerne Hotel

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last month

New York Homeless Shelter Residents Seek Court Action To Stay At Lucerne Hotel

"Of a homeless shelter who were moved into a hotel on the Upper West Side because of the pandemic. Don't want to move again going to court so they can stay where they are. Mayor de Blasio had ordered the more than 230 homeless man living at the Lucerne to be transferred. After people in the neighborhood complained about safety issues. They were scheduled to be moved to the Radisson in Find I. Residents of that neighborhood also filed a restraining order to block the move, but a judge deny that request. A

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New York City Restaurants Can Start Charging Diners a COVID-19 Recovery Charge

Bloomberg Radio New York Show

00:30 sec | Last month

New York City Restaurants Can Start Charging Diners a COVID-19 Recovery Charge

"In New York City are now permitted to tack on an extra charge because of the covert 19 pandemic. Molly Johnson, co owner of Smoke Jazz Club on the Upper West Side, says a surcharge will help. I think with the kind of safety measures we're taking that it is very necessary for us. We have 22 seats and having that helps us Last month, the City Council passed the bill allowing restaurants to add a 10% Covad 19 Recovery Church As long as it's clearly stated on the check

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"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:11 min | Last month

"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Live local always WCBS 80 I'm Wayne Cabin. Good morning. It's a 45. And here are three things to know we'll start with the newest jobs. Unemployment claims are at 898,000. The past week, which is an increase of 53,000, New York and New Jersey saw more than 4000 brand new claims filed. Connecticut was up. About 102nd thing. The virus snapshot this morning US cases over the past month of risen almost 50%. Canada's per capita rate is half the US rate. But Europe's is now worse than the U. S. For the first time since the march since March. The third thing a snapshot on polling from The New York Times, Nate Cohen 19 days before the election. The main takeaway, he says, is what's happening in North Carolina. Keep an eye on that the most Conservative of the six battleground states. Resident. Trump wanted by four points in 2016, and now he's in trouble there, and Cohen says. If he's in trouble there, he's probably in bigger trouble elsewhere, like in Pennsylvania. New York City is going to move more than 200 homeless men out of the hotel on the Upper West Side down to another hotel in the financial district, and people down there don't like it, either. As we hear from Steve Burns test of values on the Upper West Side, will you welcome the homeless or called them out as the residents of the Lucerne gets set to move this month? The test is now shifting to the financial district. We want to prevent New York City from illegally transferring the 235 men. Joanna is a spokesperson for downtown New York ER's incorporated. She declined to give her last name. A group is suing to prevent the move, noting the many schools nearby. We don't have the resources that the upper West Side has to be able to really serve them. But just like on the Upper West Side, another group is forming as something of a counterbalance The friends of five die. We're currently working on Welcome, kids. Hat gloves. Reusable water bottle cofounder Tiffany Winbush says she thinks back to the reason why the city started putting homeless men in hotels in the first place to allow for social distancing and shelters. This is Nothing that's going to be helpful to our wider city. Steve Burns, WCBS news radio 80 just opened up a new bike lane on Sixth Avenue in new Protected Bike Lane. Really isn't all that new of longtime New Yorkers will tell you because Sam Schwartz was the transportation commissioner under Ed Koch. Koch had a built in 1980 right after the transit strike, and people hated it. So he said to me I can't go anywhere in this freaking city without somebody complaining about Thies Bye clings and they took him down six months later. Now they're back. Ed Koch was ahead of his time and for a second time in a month. Air traffic control. Got a report from a pilot of a strange image outside L A x U. N. B or was it a back? Somebody in a jet pack it 6000 ft. Was it well, Aviation experts are not sure they believe it too high. Maybe it was a drone. Maybe it was something else. It's traffic and weather together and flying over somewhere someone here's Tom Kaminsky sponsored by Spectrum business right away, Let's start first off on the westbound side of the yellow eye. We've had delays in for Willis Avenue with collision. Couple of lanes are blocked at that in the case all morning long with the ongoing of activity here with 10 wheel truck that was so severely damaged. It has to be off loaded, so again found a laid back from the area of one of 67. Lots of West Round or lots of e's rubbernecking and West found alternate body on the Northern State Parkway. Connecticut Turnpike found 16 in Norwalk, where collision there's at least one land is still very New Jersey onward to £80. Back from about Northfield Avenue through with your scythe sickle Bridget exit 14. We have a collision on a collision of police activity. There's 78 has had some issues around the infected 24. Duxbury. We have a crash there in one lane closed chopper 8 80. Let's go right to the weather Center in chief meteorologist Craig Allen 59 degrees with the sun shining and a little bit of cloud and this will start mixing in as we go through the day, but overall very.

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Saturday Night Live recap: Bill Burr hosts, Jim Carrey plays the debate fly

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | Last month

Saturday Night Live recap: Bill Burr hosts, Jim Carrey plays the debate fly

"Live again last night Back live host Bill, Burr says. New York is bad. You see, Rick Moranis got sucker punched on the Upper West Side. New York is back, baby way for a minute. City started looking like a giant bed, bath and beyond, And then Ricky took one in the chops. The show's also took on on the the pence. pence. Harris Harris vice vice presidential presidential debates, debates, with with Beck Beck Bennett Bennett taking taking on on the the role role of of Pence. Pence. Maya Maya Rudolph Rudolph playing playing Paris Paris like like to to hear hear the the vice vice president's president's response, response, and and while while he he speaks speaks I'm I'm going going to to smile smile at him like I'm in a T. J. Maxx in a white lady asked me if I work here. Jim Carrey also returned to SNL. He played the fly that landed on Pence's head. Former

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New York City Will Continue To House Some Homeless Adults In Hotels

Morning Edition

00:41 sec | Last month

New York City Will Continue To House Some Homeless Adults In Hotels

"City is preparing to how was homeless people in hotels for at least another six months. Morella, Ivory reports the city has reached an agreement with the New York Hotel Association to extend an existing contract that allowed the homeless services Department to move 10,000 adults from Norm Cell shelters into hotels. The practice has caused an uproar in some neighborhoods like the Upper West Side. A city spokesman says it's currently not safe to return homeless New Yorkers into shelters, Josh Goldstein of Legal Aid says it's the right move. The city's use of hotels has saved people's lives around 60 hotels are currently in use.

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Actor Rick Moranis sucker punched while walking in NYC

Mark Simone

00:35 sec | Last month

Actor Rick Moranis sucker punched while walking in NYC

"Actor Rick Moranis ISS recovering after being sucker punched on the Upper West Side yesterday morning, NYPD Detective CASS Dontari Says the 67 year old actor was punched in the head while he was walking on west 70 of Street near Central Park west around 7 30 in the morning. This wants us to catch the bad guy in all this to go away. Cops are looking for the male suspect who was wearing an I love New York sweatshirt. Moranis is best known for his no roles in the movies. Ghostbusters, Honey, I Shrunk the kids and Little Shop of horrors. He recently came out of retirement to appear in a TV commercial with actor Ryan Reynolds.

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Actor Rick Moranis sucker punched while walking in NYC

Midday News

00:27 sec | Last month

Actor Rick Moranis sucker punched while walking in NYC

"Punching of actor Rick Moranis on the Upper West Side. This happened yesterday morning around 7 30 on West 70, a street near Central Park West, and there is surveillance video showing the man punching the 67 year old actor in the head and walking away. Iran has hurt his head back and hippie went to the hospital later reporting this at the police precinct. This attack. He's known, of course for his work on Ghostbusters and Honey, I shrunk the kids. Former Justice Department employees were speaking out about the

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"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Vigil was held in support of the homeless man living at the Lucerne on the Upper West Side. Last night, the city will move the men to the financial district where the city is converting a hotel to a shelter more from WCBS Macros. Enberg messages like every human deserves love are written on stars hanging from the scaffolding outside the Lucerne on 79th and Amsterdam. Hotel turned homeless shelter in the pandemic, but no more. It's 300 residents will be moved to another hotel in the flat on. I think it was the fact that it was a nun, Dirk quipped. Hotel verses that properly equipped shelter with a population that had confounding issues of mental illness and chemical addiction. Alison Morpurgo is the vice president of the Westside Community Organization, People who live in the neighborhood who railed against the shelter when it opened in July. He says there was open drug use men lying in the street and disturbances and open spaces for morpurgo. It wasn't necessarily a new shelter that bothered her hotel's air, not a good place for people struggling with homelessness because they're not properly equipped, the upper West Side Open Hearts Iniciativa group who supported the shelter. Says the mayor's decision is the pinnacle of cowardly nous on the Upper West Side. Mac Rosenberg WCBS NEWS radio 80 WCBS news time 5 22 Pros today have to do whatever the job calls for. And the Home Depot is here to help make that easier with a wide range of delivery options. You can get what you need from job lock quantities to small.

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Harmonia Homeless Shelter Residents Will Not Be Transferred Out, New York City Says

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Harmonia Homeless Shelter Residents Will Not Be Transferred Out, New York City Says

"City is moving ahead of the plan to remove homeless man from the Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side Coalition for the homeless, called the decision a dangerous capitulation to intolerant voices on the Upper West Side. Elena is one of those who doesn't want the shelter here. I walk around the streets with my child all the time and definitely feel a lot less safe in the past two months. Meanwhile, Mats who lives in the looser, it is okay with the city's just announced decision. Move. The Lucerne residents to the financial district will be in that hotel that they're converting. I feel like it's exactly to say, said he also says it will not have to empty out several family shelters. Polluting the former Harmonium hotel and Mitt down in order to make room for the Lucerne resident. So rather than being shuffled around, they get an opportunity to stay in a neighborhood where they have their doctor, their local businesses starting their caseworker, Alright year Councilman Keith Powers who had pushed the city to allow the harmonium families to stay.

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"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Visit tax super women dot com. That's 1 802 50888 for Let the tax superwoman afresh Start tax really fight for you. When news time 9 49, the city is moving ahead with plans to remove the homeless man who had been staying at the Lucerne Hotel on the Upper West Side. Though, where they will be moving has changed. The coalition for the homeless, called the decision a dangerous capitulation to intolerant voices on the Upper West Side. Elena is one of those who doesn't want the shelter here. I walk around the streets with my child all the time and definitely feel a lot less safe in the past few months. Meanwhile, Mats who lives in the Lucerne is okay with the city's just announced decision. Move. The Lucerne residents to the financial district will be a night to a hotel that they're converting. I feel like it's exactly two safe city also says it will not have to empty out several family shelters. Putting the former harmonium hotel and mitt down in order to make room for the Lucerne residents so rather being shuffled around, they get an opportunity to stay in a neighborhood where they have their doctor, their local businesses starving their caseworker, Alright year councilman teeth powers who had pushed the city to allow the harmonium families to stay. Roger Stern. 10 10 wins on the Upper West Side wins 51 Time for traffic in transit. Here's Kelly Dylan and the Manhattan bound Brooklyn Bridge is still shut down a large group of protesters sitting in the middle of the bridge. Still.

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"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Men that were pushed out of an Upper West Side hotel. But the city said hold on, it's going to assess each client's personal needs before relocating them, I think is not fair that may move families, single mothers with Children. Men, 300 men were told by the city. They had to leave the Lucerne on west 79th, where they were temporarily staying during the pandemic so they could socially distance instead of living in a shelter, dorm style several beds to a room, But some upper West Siders complained the men were causing issues in the neighborhood and threatened to sue the city. The city says part of the reason it's been trying to shuffle people around a state regulation that says single men can't be put in a family shelter. The ongoing wildfires in California, responsible for at least nine deaths so far, including the death of a 16 year old boy. The fire's not only deadly, they've wiped out entire tats. Kovr TV is Laura. Hey, flee the cornerstones of a small town, the market, the firehouse and a school all gone After the bear fire ripped through Barry Creek. I was planning on living the rest of my life in very grave. Will. Carter was a volunteer firefighter with view County fire. The station is now gone, the firehouse and its engines incinerated. But he tells us that didn't stop the department and their chief read Rankin from suiting up. So far, at least 2000 buildings have been destroyed in the foothills north east of San Francisco. It's 12 36. We're on the air. A T a. M u Khun Stream us on your smartphone on the radio dot com APP downloaded today. Listen anytime, anywhere you could make a difference by shopping for your at risk Neighbors volunteer with invisible hands to deliver food and other essentials. For more information, visit invisible hands dot.

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"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Men that were pushed out of an Upper West Side hotel. The city said Hold on, it's going to assess each client's personal needs before relocating them. I think it's not fair that may move families, single mothers with Children. Men, 300 men were told by the city. They had to leave the Lucerne on west 79th, where they were temporarily staying during the pandemic so they could socially distance instead of living in a shelter, dorm style several beds to a room, But some upper West Siders complained the men were causing issues in the neighborhood and threatened to sue the city. The city says part of the reason it's been trying to shuffle people around a state regulation that says single men can't be put in a family shelter. The ongoing wildfires in California responsible so far for at least nine deaths, including a 16 year old boy. The fire's not only deadly, they've wiped out some entire towns. Here's Kovr TV is Laura Heffley. The cornerstones of a small town, the market, the firehouse and a school all gone after the bear fire ripped through Barry Creek. I was planning on living the rest of my life in very grave. Will. Carter was a volunteer firefighter with few county fire. The station is now gone. The firehouse and its engines incinerated. But he tells us That didn't stop the department and their chief read Rankin from suiting up. So far, at least 2000 buildings have been destroyed in the foothills north east of San Francisco. 11 36. We're on air 80 on demand on the radio dot com app downloading now and take us with you. The days are getting shorter and you can feel it in the air. Yes, it's that time of year. Pumpkin is finally back A Duncan. It's the cozy You've been craving all summer. Long now in your cuppa Duncan pick up all of your pumpkin favorites like the signature pumpkin spice lattes or a pumpkin ice coffee and bakery items like pumpkin doughnuts.

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"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:27 min | 6 months ago

"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Gander on the Upper West Side around a hundred tent and US Central Park west you vigil going on over at Gracie mansion also on around seventeenth street and eighth Avenue again so watch out for some closures especially on those cross streets amount of instant on ten ten wins wins news time eight twenty two we want to continue our special coverage now it's been a day for demonstrations and memorial services for George Floyd as you've been hearing on ten ten when several more services in March is planned for the weekend if you're at home they had that big gathering in Brooklyn which as expected turned into a March across the Brooklyn Bridge but according to my watch whatever took place on the other side should be or should by now have wrapped up because of the curfew tension was newsman al Jones now with the very latest joining us live now now we have some reports that the curfew was actually kicking in earlier a police loudspeakers announcing the crowds at around seven forty seven forty five that it was time to get off the streets so an early start because it's worked so well of late you just never know right but after an angry weaker protests and demands for justice today started off as a day of remembrance celebrating George Floyd's life at a memorial service in Minneapolis Ellen was central university in downtown Minneapolis not far from where the forty six year old died at the hands of four police officers now all four of those officers have been charged and fired in Brooklyn's Cadman plaza there were thousands gathered in the afternoon and they were greeted by Floyd's brother Terence Floyd took a few moments before speaking looking out at the crowd of thousands packing the plaza many thanks them for making this a movement just this is a blow it or whatever I'll talk about he said he was grateful for the protesting in his brother's name but did not support the destruction my brother was on the call today some of the young protesters like on ice from Brooklyn told me they want this to bring real change we cannot forget that while we're out here protesting.

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"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Upper West Side bigness still affecting the transit and the traffic so keep it locked into tents and wins will let you know as this situation is repaired what you can do what you can't do that someone's accu weather much cooler today than it was over the weekend but still not bad for January clouds and some sun and a high of forty eight forty one now mostly cloudy humidity at seventy three once northeast of ten forty one we're going up to forty eight in midtown a huge fire in bound brook New Jersey this morning in locked out power to about half the town of one point as we hear from Glenn shock in bound brook we look at the videos of this fire and its height very frightening a looks like the entire downtown here main street in bound brook was on fire more than a hundred people evacuated it started at the Meridia main downtown hundred seventy five apartments not yet occupied but now completely wiped out the wind pushing the flames to another complex under construction across the street at least two other homes that were vacant wiped out as electronic store badly damaged as well nobody hurt Larry and Shawn live nearby I mean it's completely the modest basically inside I'm getting a warning it was just a fireball as you can see the cause of the fire is not yet known as no work was supposed to have been going on on Sunday the red cross also here to assist one shop ten ten wins in bound brook Somerset County at Tucker beach park in Brooklyn yesterday some parents got into an argument with Mrs say a fist fight ensued and then I ran to his car after the full fight and.

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"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The Upper West Side tinted lenses the official radio station all the Macy's thanksgiving day parade make sure you keep it locked in to ten ten wins and ten ten wins dot com for the very latest on the wind the weather and the parade conditions right now it's fifty six degrees cloudy here in town we are going down to forty five in midtown and those winds are expected to kick in a late tonight Wednesday time seven forty five from the WFAN sports desk here's our occurs quits okay Lori will cover hearing is missing is seven straight game tonight as the nets play his former team the Celtics in Boston Irving's been out since November fourteenth with that shoulder injury with ads they've won five of their last six of four straight over also they've been just fine right now after one quarter the Celtics lead the next thirty to twenty three meanwhile the Knicks are in Toronto squaring off against the defending champion raptor the Knicks have dropped three straight there a dismal four and thirteen on the season Toronto comes into this game twelve and four overall having won four in a row right now first quarter and the raptors lead an ex five three local hockey tonight big first period for the Rangers as they won two straight three of four open to build on that they're facing off against the hurricanes at the garden after one the Rangers lead the caves three nothing because Bennett Jack got things started his fifth of the season first in Amman scored a power play goal just three minutes it is game braided Smith tallied and a little over a minute later admitted to nothing Rangers and Adam fox close out the period with his fourth of the season box also has an assist in the first period so again the raiders are up three zip after one the islanders they're still on the west coast there skate against the kings in LA later on they've had their seventeen game point streak and Monday night in Anaheim again the aisles will learn from says I'll center Brock Nelson.

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"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Seton hall wood St John's wins used at eight OO one from the ram truck traffic center Elliott gosh man overall not seeing any major problems on this Sunday morning at eight o'clock hour we're doing okay and want to jinx anything but thing so far looking pretty good here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels got road work on the Throggs neck and white stone bridges queens bound two lanes of clothes Manhattan bridge inbound upper deck is close for road work and you have some road work at the Brooklyn battery tunnel and has left lane closed Manhattan bound George Washington bridge westbound near the apartments left and center lanes are close it because until ten in a little bit of a throw away they're not too bad eastbound side coming into the Bronx left lanes closed also knew the apartments in the bridge itself you've got over by Fort Lee the right lane is closed until about ten as well forget big football game today giants and jets what trickster traffic over by MetLife stadium in east Rutherford at around one o'clock here's what you you're his what we see rather a long island's big three ally in northern and southern state parkway is moving well you do have that crashed a live there on Jericho turnpike both directions at Avery road in the Westbury area a Woodbury area rather rolling system close there will let you know when that clears this report sponsored by wildlife NYC in the city of New York I'm Elliott Kaufman our next report at eight eleven on ten ten wins a deadly stabbing in Upper West Side homeless shelter early today details are still coming in it happened just before two AM with the basics housing men shelter on west eighty third a thirty six year old man was found on the first floor of the stab wound police say a twenty two year old was unconscious with multiple wounds to the torso was found and third floor the twenty two year old died.

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"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The Upper West side at a protest calling for more action to deal with climate change. Number two, New Zealand's, Prime minister says the man accused of killing forty nine people at two mosques used five guns. Forty eight people were wounded two are in critical condition and three President Trump has issued his first veto. He turned thumbs down on a congressional measure rejecting his national emergency declaration, the Beato keeps the declaration in place to get funding for a border wall. Lawmakers are lashing out at the Long Island railroad along with writers Sophia hall has this sounds syrupy says he feels like many longtime ally double are commuters. The service has changed over the years and not for the better twenty years ago. The new trains came in. They were beautiful. I don't remember. Delays being thing. Fast forward twenty years. It's the same trains yet. They haven't been up and the delays. It's like a punchline with a Long Island railroad here at the hicksville LIW station, the loudspeaker announce the train is on time. But it was really a few minutes late. Senator Todd Kaminsky says any writers really think that when a train is four minutes late. We can call it on time. When your boss knows that you're getting your meeting four minutes late. Can you tell them you're going on L A our time? It's okay. That is why Kaminsky and a number of states senators are calling for the MTA rail activity pass, which would require an independent forensic audit of the MTA and provide Ryder's a- voice as money comes and pours into the MTA. Coffers writers wanna know where is it? Going Sophia hall WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty in a statement. The MTA says it is improving on time performance as well as making clean bathrooms and Carr. Vale ability top priorities, the city's largest real estate. Eight development is now open for business. WCBS reporter MAC Rosenberg has the story from Hudson yards in what's being called the new west side. Today's opening featured the.

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"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On the Upper West side around four PM had happened on seventy eighth off West End avenue want a man with an eye forced his way into the apartment. Tied up a man his wife and their grown daughter. Police say he stole cash and other items and ran off before the daughter managed to get one of her hands free and called nine one one. But it didn't end there. One eyewitness says the guy Don Shalala walked up West End avenue towards seventy nine passed to NYPD officer who tried to stop him, but he took off down seventy nine to riverside park where police were waiting and took him into custody. Two officers suffered minor injuries trying to restrain the guy. In the meantime, paramedics took care of the victims. A state supreme court. Judge puts the brakes on efforts to halt congestion. Pricing surcharge on taxis and four hire vehicles in Manhattan. Those new ride fees were supposed to have kicked in January first, but drivers sued to stop the two dollars and fifty cents fee for yellow cabs. And to seventy surcharges on other for hire vehicles. The New York taxi workers alliance characterize the fees as another crushing burden on drivers in Thursday's ruling the judge dropped the restraining order, so the fees can now be imposed if for traffic for those cabs heading below ninety six straight supreme court Justice. Lynn Cutler also ruled the taxi industry is lawsuit challenging the fees can go forward while this charges are collected writing in her decision. It shouldn't be that big of a burden to drivers. She also makes the point that the fee is passed directly to consumers. It's all but a done deal now that a Bill to raise New Jersey's minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by two thousand twenty four has one full legislative approval. It Phil Murphy acknowledged on Twitter in the Bill is on his desk. Saying over a million workers will now be able to envision their place in the middle class. Senate president Steve Sweeney spoke on the floor of the chamber after the vote the people in the lower end an opportunity to a little bit better the state's current hourly wages eighty-five it'll be phased into fifteen dollars over the course of five years joining New York, Massachusetts and California. Governor Murphy tweeted he'll sign the Bill into law on Monday, adding working families. Can't wait. Today after department of buildings elevator. Inspectors were granted access to the upper east side home or a housekeeper spat last weekend trapped in the townhouse elevator. There are some preliminary findings indications are the elevator. Hoist motor had burned out and failed that caused the elevator to become stuck between two floors inspectors found the elevators phone inoperable. Which would explain why the woman was forced to spend Friday through Monday morning in that small space until she was rescued by firefighters. The Diab has issued a cease use order for the elevator and sign at the property owner for three violations, including failure to properly maintain it. It is twelve oh seven a salute to players of color who ultimately made it to the majors. That's coming up in three minutes..

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"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Four and flushing clear. Thirty-three and midtown Cheryl. We're headed up to thirty seven. Thanks a lot Bill. WCBS news time five ten New York City will have to women's marches today. One uptown and another downtown. WCBS Puerto Marla diamond tells us both sides are trying to distance themselves from the Washington D C rally organizers there have been accused of anti-semitism and mismanagement one rally will happen at Foley square while the other kicks off here on central park, west and seventy second street. The theme this year is your voice. You are power says Catherine Symon Jakko, president of the women's March alliance who is holding the Upper West side March we've seen what that has done in the two thousand eighteen election's. We absolutely cannot stop New Yorkers must come out the New York immigration coalition is co-chairing the downtown rally senior policy director anew Joshi says despite the controversy she's excited. It's pretty incredible. That on the third anniversary of the original amazing women's March that there's multiple opportunities for New Yorker seperatist debate and come out into the streets and support women immigrants both rallies began in the eleven o'clock. Our on the Upper West side, Marla diamond WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eight WCBS news time five. This is Bill finally got me Bill. What's that? Rick the Clark street crater, the mother of all potholes. Oh, yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of this town they tried to fill it. But it always returns. Hey could stay farms. Got you to you hear that you ain't nothing trash talking a bottle. Yes. Yes..

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"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"upper west side" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Murphy's top attorney says he did not tell Murphy about Katie Brennan, sexual assault allegations against another administration employees when he first found out about them that was six months before the claims were made public chief counsel Matt plaque in testified Friday in front of the legislative oversight committee panel on Friday that group is looking into how Murphy's administration handled the allegation plaque and says looking back, you should've told the governor. Instead, he informed. The state ethics officer Alpa Alvarez resigned as schools development authority eight in October. When Wall Street Journal article detailed Brennan's allegations Alvarez has denied the claims charges were never brought forward. The city will have to separate women's marches later on today. One uptown the other downtown Marla diamond says both sides are trying to distance themselves from the DC rally who's organizers have been accused of anti-semitism and mismanagement. One rally will happen at Foley square while the other kicks off. Right here on central park, west and seventy second street. The theme this year is your voice. You are power says Catherine Symon Jakko, president of the women's March alliance who is holding the Upper West side March we've seen what that has done in the two thousand eighteen election's. We absolutely cannot stop New Yorkers must come out the New York immigration coalition is co-chairing the downtown rally senior policy director anew Joshi says despite the controversy she's excited. It's pretty incredible. That on the anniversary of the original amazing women's March that there's multiple opportunities for New Yorker seperatist debate and come out into the streets and support women immigrants both rallies began in the eleven o'clock hour on the Upper West side, Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty to.

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"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"upper west side" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"On the upper west side wins news time eleven oh three reaction mixed to president trump's summit with north korean leader kim jong on correspondent kenneth moten republicans like senator lindsey graham are congratulating president trump on his north korean summit but cautiously optimistic he has put his entire presidency on the line here if north korea backs out of a deal if they cheat and he does nothing about it that's going to be the end of his foreign policy senate minority leader chuck schumer but the united states has gained is vague and unverified at best lawmakers on both sides of they're expecting the president to send any deal with north korea to congress for approval air force one made a quick refueling stop in guam on the way back the governor of guam boarded air force one to meet with president trump the governor retold thanked the president on behalf of the people of the us territory which had been a potential target of north korea the governor gave the president a religious momento that symbolizes world peace correspondent alex stone wins news time eleven oh four a federal judge has cleared the way for at and t eighty five billion dollar aquisition of time warner the judge said the deal does not violate antitrust law and can proceed correspondent brian stelter says the ruling will have a ripple effect this is a ruling that will be heard throughout the business world it's a shot that's going to cause a lot of other reactions we're gonna see comcast in the coming days go ahead and challenged disney for rupert murdoch's th century fox assets we're going to see other mergers and acquisitions now as a result all because there was essentially a holding pattern all waiting for this ruling the justice department's top antitrust officials said in a statement the government was disappointed in the rolling adding we continue to believe that the pay tv market will be less competitive and less innovative as a result wins news.

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