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Husband & Wife in Motorcycle Crash, Wife Airlifted to Hospital

Suffolk County Police Seventh Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that injured a motorcyclist and seriously injured a passenger last night. Justino Lopez was operating a Kawasaki motorcycle with his wife as a passenger, heading northbound on Titmus Drive, when he lost control of the motorcycle near Ardmour Drive and crashed at 9:54 p.m.
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Bodies of Queens triple homicide victims were rotting for days when discovered, investigators believe

Investigators believe the three people found butchered in a Queens home Friday had been rotting there for days, based on the level of decomposition of their bodies, police sources told The Post. The victims, found Friday, included a 22-year-old woman identified as Varshanna Malcom, was visiting from Jamaica, sources said. She was discovered lying on her back in an upstairs bedroom at the 155th Street home in South Jamaica. She was tied up with electrical cord and duct tape around her wrists and had been stabbed twice in the chest and once in the neck, sources said. A man who said he lived...

Bay Shore’s Fire Island Ferries increase fare prices

Fire Island Ferries, Inc. — the ferry service out of Bay Shore Marina — recently announced a rise in all ferry, freight, and water taxi fares beginning June 25. The service includes trips between Bay Shore and the following areas in Fire Island: Kismet, Saltaire, Fair Harbor, Dunewood, Atlantique, Ocean Beach, Seaview and Ocean Bay Park.

Official Images Of The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Bronx Origins”

As part of the Nike Air Force 1‘s 40th anniversary, the brand is retelling the story of Bruce Kilgore’s iconic design via a series of campaigns and products. One of the moments touched on by the Swoosh is the sneaker’s significance in the Bronx. While it’s no secret that Baltimore saved the Air Force 1 Low, the “Bronx Origins” style nods to the fact that the shoe and New York City go hand-in-hand, in particular in the “B.X.” The arrangement found on the sneaker is relatively straightforward, but details like brass jewelry-reminiscent lace dubraes, vinyl-inspired profile swooshes and “BRONX ORIGINS” text visible through the semi-translucent outsole inject a special quality to the kicks.
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Fat Joe and Mayor Are Raffling Off Rare Nike Air Force 1s

For a majority of sneaker fans, the chances of attaining the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1s are pretty low, but Bronx rapper Fat Joe and sneaker collector Mayor have come together to auction off and give away a series of notable sneakers that includes that elusive pair. Next...
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Sleeping on the Airplane: Six Aviation-Themed Hotels

This colorful Boeing 727 appears to be flying through the trees, but it’s really more of a tree house. [Courtesy: Hotel Costa Verde]. Located on the edge of the Manuel Antonio National Forest, this colorful Boeing 727 appears to be flying through the trees, but it’s really more of a tree house—a luxurious one. The 1965 airframe that once served in the South Africa Air and Avianca Airlines fleets now sits on a 50-foot pedestal and has been refurbished with teak furniture and paneling, and a deck built onto its right wing. The hotel’s broad range of accommodations also includes a Cockpit Cottage and Cockpit Cabana built from salvaged aircraft.

Staffing Shortages Cause American Airlines to Drop 4 U.S. Cities from Service

If you’re getting ready to pack your bags and head out on your summer vacation, you’re certainly not alone. The travel industry has seen a massive surge lately, caused in part by “revenge travel.” Throughout the world, people were forced to postpone or cancel trips altogether due to the global pandemic. Now that COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted across the U.S. and internationally, travelers are eager to get out. But, staffing shortages have been plaguing the airline industry — and one airline is dropping service to four U.S. cities because of it.