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StylesterStylester

The Stylester is a site about Style, Fashion and Beauty for and by twenty s...

 
That's So NYC : Sarcastic New York NewsThat's So NYC : Sarcastic New York News

Inspired by all the events that you witness living in New York City. A sa...

 
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A photo a day from a Frenchman in New York (project 365). This blog combine...

 


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You now have your chance to see just how well a New York City-backed mobile security app works in practice: the metropolis (and its tech partner Zimperium) has released NYC Secure for both Android and iOS. As promised, the free software can detect t...

In North America riding a bicycle in the cities built for cars can be stressful. Because these cities are designed for cars it’s hard to get anywhere quickly and New York witnessed this first hand. Instead of adding more vehicle lanes and conti...

"Today is kind of a sucky day," Village Voice owner Peter Barbey told newspaper staff in a phone call Friday. "Due to, basically, business realities, we're going to stop publishing Village Voice new material.” (more…)...

Uber, Lyft, Via, Juno, and other ride-hailing app drivers have some new protections and minimum pay guarantees in New York City after a city council vote this afternoon. One of the votes put a cap on the number of vehicles licensed to drive for apps...

Back in 1977, middle class, white New Yorkers got frustrated over being criminalized for smoking weed, so they got the state legislature to decriminalized simple possession of weed -- merely having weed in your possession became a civil infraction an...

Ridesharing companies really, really don't like the thought of New York City capping their services and otherwise instituting new regulations. To that end, they recently tried a drastic measure: making a charity offer in return for concessions.

New York City's bid to regulate the ridesharing industry may include some hard limits on the size of those businesses -- at least, for now. The City Council is looking at proposed legislation that would largely freeze the issuance of ridesharing...