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Hochul and De Blasio Reach Agreement to Transfer Over 200 Women and Trans Inmates Out of Rikers

While New York state’s prison system continues to see increased capacity and limited staffing like the rest of the state, politicians are working hard to remedy the growing situation on Riker’s Island. Recently, New York State Governor Kathy Hochul, working in conjunction with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, announced an arrangement between the State and City of New York to transfer virtually all women and trans-identified persons presently incarcerated on Rikers Island to either the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility or the Taconic Correctional Facility.
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Best New York Cheesecake & Egg Creams: Junior's of Brooklyn

In this video, we try the fruit-topped cheesecake and both vanilla and chocolate-flavored egg creams from Junior’s, the iconic family-owned restaurant which was founded in 1950 by Harry Rosen on the corner of Flatbush and DeKalb Avenue in Brooklyn. Junior’s is known for its world-famous cheesecake, which is considered the best in New York and we see if we agree.

Best Creative Pizza in New York City

In our BEST CREATIVE PIZZA in New York City video we visit an amazing pizzeria, East Village Pizza in the East Village of Manhattan to help support this unique family-owned shop. We speak with the owner about the inventive pizza he has created and have a slice of their delicious Margherita Pizza and Pepperoni Pizza and try some cheesy garlic knots before bringing the rest home with us to eat with our dog Hudson.

Cheesy GEORGIAN KHACHAPURI Heaven in Brooklyn!! NYC, New York

As I continued my deep dive into the diverse world of New York City’s best food, I knew I had to try some food from a country I’ve recently fallen in love with: Georgia! Join me as I try some incredible Georgian food, including khinkali and khachapuri, in NYC! Georgia is a country in the Caucasus Region at the crossroads between Asia and Europe. They use lots of fresh herbs and ingredients in their cuisine, which is heavy on meat, dairy, and walnuts!

COLOMBIAN FOOD TOUR of Jackson Heights!! Arepas, Tamal & Tinto | Queens, NYC

As many of you probably already know, I’m a lover of all different types of cuisines. From Indian to Mediterranean to Ghanaian to Puerto Rican, I love a good meal. And when you’re in arguably the biggest melting pot in the world—New York City—it’s all at your fingertips. Come with me as I go on an epic Colombian food tour of Queens, New York! For this adventure, I met up with my friend Diana, who is from Colombia and lives in Jackson Heights, Queens. Jackson Heights is a super diverse neighborhood where roughly 300 different languages and dialects are spoken!

NYC Food Festival: Vegandale

Are you interested in trying something new? Ever thought eating healthier would taste so good?! I want you to know this is the most vibrant Food Festival I've ever attended! We try some amazing cheap eats at Vegandale Festival! So make sure to tag along as we explore Randall's Island and enjoy the vibes & the best cheap eats here in NYC! Make sure 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!

Rumble Boxing is Coming to Hoboken

Fitness class lovers will rejoice at the news that Rumble Boxing is finally opening in Hoboken. With over 7 different locations in NYC, plus locations in Philly, California, and Washington D.C., Rumble has already proven to be a wildly popular concept.

Meet These Decorating Talents Who Have A Special Flair For Transforming Spaces

For as long as she can remember Kate Dawson had a flair for transforming ho-hum spaces into something spectacular. In college, when Dawson moved into an apartment during junior year, she dazzled her friends decorating her little apartment on the cheap from antiquing and flea market finds. Suddenly the place contained splashes of color with stylish artwork and beautiful fabric.

Walking from South Street Seaport to Chinatown

I take a stroll throughout Manhattan from the South Street Seaport to Chinatown along Water Street. There was a new Pumpkin Arch in time for Halloween at Pier 17, and in Chinatown there are several new restaurants, as well as a new mural dedicated to civil rights activist Corky Lee on Doyers Street.