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Abbott said Adams Ran as a Law and Order Mayor - Actions Show Otherwise

Texas Governor Greg Abbott and New York Mayor Eric Adams were recently interviewed. Both shared their thoughts on a common area they both share - migrants. If you have been following along, Governor Abbott has seen a surge of migrants crossing the Texas-Mexican border and the numbers have increased under the Biden administration. This year, Abbott has bused some migrants out of his state to Washington, D.C. and New York City. Mayors of both cities think this is unfair.

Father names his sons "Winner" and "Loser" as an experiment

It was in 1958 when a man named Robert Lane from New York decided to do an experiment with his children. He decided to name his sons "Winner" and "Loser" and see how it impacts their life. He already had a son named "Winner". It was during the birth of his youngest son in 1958 that this experiment came to his mind.

There's A New Adorable Dog Cafe in New Jersey

It's no secret that we absolutely love our pets here in New Jersey. From our long list of dog parks to dog-friendly bars and restaurants–we’re pretty accommodating to our furry friends. And for those looking to show their pets some extra love this weekend, there's a new dog cafe located down the shore and you're going to want to check it out.

911 Tribute Museum has closed due to financial issues

The 911 Tribute Museum in New York was a place where you could go and experience what took place on September 11 2001 when the Twin Towers were destroyed and thousands of lives were lost. The museum opened in 2006 and was a location where you learned the stories of those who lived and experienced the tragic events. Guided tours by family members, first responders, and survivors and visual narratives told throughout the exhibits were a wonderful history lesson.

On loan from Switzerland, Vincent van Gogh exhibit ends September 4, 2022

When our bus arrived in front of The Today Show, my only thought was to drop off my suitcase, freshen up ,and head to the MOMA ( The Museum of Modern Art). It houses contemporary and modern art. One piece I knew I had to see, was Van Gogh's Starry Night. Peggy Carouthers, a writer, editor, and custom manager content gives a brief history of the Starry Night, 1889. Most only know that he battled depression and died of suicide. Peggy gives details to how we came to gain his collection of artwork, after his death and the death of his brother Theo.

The 33rd Annual Port Chester Day Returns

Port Chester celebrates everything the village has to offer on Saturday, August 27th at Lyon Park. The 33rd Annual Port Chester Day returns to Lyon Park, on Saturday, August 27th, 12 PM-8:45 PM featuring plenty of activities, music, food trucks, vendors, and rides. This year, the Meat Loaf tribute band; All Revved Up will headline and delight Meat Loaf fans by playing their greatest hits. See their video here:

Prince Street Pizza

Ready for a trip to Soho? Ever been to Prince St Pizza? With summer beginning to wrap up, let's make sure we get enough outdoor pizza vibes as possible! Join us as we head to a trendy neighborhood pizza joint! Don't forget to eat before watching, hope you enjoy! If you know of any other local places we should go to next, make sure to drop them in the comments below!

New Law Protecting Health Care Workers Through Changes in Employer

Yesterday Governor Murphy signed legislation to protect employees during changes in ownership of health care entities. Governor Murphy yesterday signed S-315, establishing employment protections for workers in the health care sector when there is a change in control of their employer. The bill requires any change in control to be made via a contract or agreement between all parties, that preserves the wages, benefits, and employment status of current employees.

Historians Uncover Photos Showing Human Zoos From 200 Years Ago

Filipinos are pictured in loincloths sitting in a circle together at Coney Island in New York in the early 20th centuryRareHistoricalPhotos. Many people are not aware, but Human Zoos used to be quite a common thing in the western world during the 19th and early 20th centuries. What these Zoos consisted of were tribesmen from various corners of the world put on display for the entertainment of others. Instead of cages, these indigenous people were placed in habitats that were similar to their place of origin, and in exchange for this cruel slavery, they were given the bare minimum to survive.

Vintage photographs from the 1940s that beautifully reflect many aspects of life in New York City

New York City is one of the most sought after tourist places in the world. The city has some of the most renowned sites that attract millions of people from around the world every year. The 1940s was an important decade for New York City. They faced the challenges of World War II as well as many challenges after the war. These challenges also brought about innovation and it is fitting that we have the now classic pictures of New York City during the 1940s.