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NYC pizza shop brawl between employees, customers caught on viral video

An all-out brawl broke out at a Brooklyn pizza joint after rowdy patrons got saucy with the staff — and the entire behind-the-counter scrum was caught on video. Footage posted on Reddit shows one of the customers jawing with employees at Joe’s Pizza on Bedford Avenue when the worker appears to try to grab the man — who then starts launching haymakers as his two companions jump in.
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New York City, NYNew York Post

Curtis Sliwa says critical race theory is ‘creeping’ into NYC schools

Republican mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa said Tuesday that Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Department of Education should prioritize reading, writing and math, not “critical race theory,” a doctrine that posits that racism underpins America’s history, laws and institutions. “We’re saying hold on a second. … Children have lost a full year....
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NYC is getting a new fleet of blue Tesla taxis

Starting next month, there will be a new way to travel across the city that combines the bright blue aesthetic of a Citi Bike with the ease and convenience of being driven by a stranger. The transportation company Revel has managed to finally get approval from the city’s Taxi and...
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California and New York City will require government workers to get COVID vaccine or get tested weekly

California and New York City said Monday that they will require their government workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or face weekly tests for the virus. California Governor Gavin Newsom said the new rule will take effect in August, and extends to those in the medical profession. There are at least 238,000 state employees, according to the California controller's office, and at least 2 million health care workers in the public and private sectors, according to CBS Sacramento.
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Revel prepares to launch NYC ride-hailing service with a 50-Tesla fleet to compete with Uber and Lyft after battling with city regulators: Its controversial mopeds were banned after three deaths but are back on the streets

Revel Transit, the moped sharing startup that has spurred controversy in New York City, is preparing to launch a ride-hailing service to compete with Uber and Lyft after overcoming regulatory hurdles. Revel said on Monday that it will launch the service on August 2 with an initial fleet of 50...
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How Immigration Bonds Work

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Manhattan, NYinputmag.com

Revel to further crowd Manhattan streets with new Tesla taxi service

Manhattan’s residents will soon see a fair number more Teslas on the island’s already crowded streets. Revel, the electric mobility company best known for its sometimes-fatal moped rental service, has received approval to begin a taxi service full of Teslas in New York City. Because the solution to all of the Big Apple’s problems is… more cars?
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As vaccination requirements surge, NYC eyes one for restaurants

New York City needs to seriously consider limiting dine-in restaurant service to customers who can prove they’ve been vaccinated against COVID-19, Mayor Bill de Blasio said during a round of media appearances on his efforts to avert another spike in infections. He also issued what his office termed “an official...
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NYC mayor: New rule creates 'positive pressure' for vaccines

NEW YORK (AP) — Mandating either COVID-19 vaccinations or weekly testing for the virus should give vaccine-hesitant New York City employees a strong incentive to get inoculated, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday. “I want to emphasize that that either-or really creates a positive pressure for vaccination because it will...
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