Hustlers, grifters and greed: How Jam Master Jay met his tragic end
One evening in the late 1980s, Carlis Thompson showed up at a New York City apartment owned by his cousin, the pioneering DJ Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC. The group had a show that night, but when Thompson walked into the apartment, he wasn’t greeted by Jay, Joseph “Run” Simmons or Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels. The men hanging out were strangers to Thompson, and they instantly rubbed him the wrong way.
More NYC fires caused by lithium-ion batteries from e-bikes in 2 months than in all of 2019: FDNY chief
Lithium-ion batteries used in E-bikes and other electronic mobility devices are now a leading cause of fires in New York City following their popularity surged during the pandemic’s delivery boom, FDNY officials say. FDNY Chief Fire Marshal Daniel Flynn told The Post that fires related to lithium-ion batteries have gone up nearly nine-fold since the pandemic, with more blazes related to the batteries happening in the last two months than in all of 2019. “It’s the prevalence of these e-devices on our streets, there’s way more of them now than ever before,” Flynn said. The fire chief attributed the popularity of the e-bikes...
Rangers’ other rookie Adam Edstrom quietly providing a lift
TORONTO — Adam Edstrom had to tiptoe around the Canadian media brigade that was crowded around linemate and fellow rookie Matt Rempe to get to his locker Saturday morning. It was far from the first time — and far from the last time — Rempe drew that kind of crowd since his cannonball into the NHL two weeks ago. Through all those waves made by Rempe, however, Edstrom has been able to quietly settle into his first stint in the big league. “I’m here to play hockey, and everything around can be a bit overwhelming, so it’s kind of nice that he...
Man Found A Mysterious Trembling Animal Directly On The Road And Decided To Help
Animal rescuers truly are heroes. Not only do they dedicate their entire lives to saving animals in need, but they also put themselves in dangerous situations, as their love knows no limits. Whether the animal is out in a snow blizzard or stranded on a cliff, a rescuer will always...
'Sanctuary Trap': NYC Mayor Adams has had 'epiphany' on migrant crime, deportations, says local FOX host
FOX 5 New York's Rosanna Scotto shed light on New York City's struggles with migrants, telling Bret Baier that Mayor Eric Adams has had an "epiphany" on the city's sanctuary status.
Home is Where the Heart is: Animals Find Compassion on the Streets
On any given night in New York City, untold numbers of homeless people walk the streets with animal companions by their side. As the weather cools, this companionship becomes essential to keeping them warm through the cold nights. The often lonely existence of life on the streets becomes less lonely with the love and affection of a pet.
Mike Bibby talks about Linsanity: "He was killing everybody he played against"
Former NBA point guard Mike Bibby shares insights into Jeremy Lin's unexpected ascent during the Knicks' memorable 'Linsanity' era.
Nas proposes $5B 'ambitious' plan to compete with JAY-Z for NYC casino license
The battle between rap titans Nas and JAY-Z has taken an unexpected turn, and this time it’s not about bars or beef. The Queens-bred lyricist has thrown his hat into the ring with Resorts World Casino New York City’s audacious $5 billion expansion plan, a move that could significantly impact the casino landscape in southeast Queens.
I'm an NYU student who commutes from New York to Florida every weekend for my internship. I've spent nearly $10,000 on travel.
An NYU student leaves his NYC campus every Friday, flies to Florida, and works his internship all weekend before flying to New York on Sunday.