Brothers Discover Million-Dollar Painting in Basement Under Their Ping-Pong Table
***This post was written using information from Fox Business***. The story of the Landau brothers and their unexpected inheritance is a fascinating tale of how treasures can hide in plain sight. The brothers, natives of Teaneck, N.J., were surprised to learn that a painting sitting under their ping-pong table in their basement was worth millions. It all began with their grandparents' estate, where their mother had kept a few items, including an old painting that always creeped out Ned.
This All-You-Can-Eat Southern Food Buffet in New Jersey is a Must Visit
We all need to indulge in some good old-fashioned comfort food sometimes. From shrimp and grits to fried chicken, nothing beats authentic southern cooking and while New Jersey isn't known for its warm southern hospitality, there is one restaurant in Essex County that remains an exception.
Man Packs 50 In-N-Out Burgers in Luggage from West Coast to NYC, Hands Out Free in Times Square
In-N-Out Burger has opened over 300 locations across the West Coast but has yet to expand to the East Coast, leaving millions in New York not knowing their famous burgers. New Yorker and TikToker @pictureperfectluis decided to bridge this culinary gap by attempting the seemingly impossible – transporting 50 In-N-Out Burgers from Las Vegas to New York City.
"Harriet Tubman Monument Replaces Christopher Columbus Statue in Newark, NJ"
A new monument honoring Harriet Tubman, the celebrated abolitionist and freedom fighter, was unveiled in Newark, New Jersey, on March 10, 2023. The monument, named "Shadow of a Face," replaces a statue of Christopher Columbus that previously stood in the city's newly renamed Harriet Tubman Square.
NYC's Commercial And Residential Building Owners Must Follow New Garbage Law Starting From Today
As part of the city's efforts to lessen the number of rats on sidewalks and streets, New York City residents and businesses will be required to place their trash on the curb two hours after collection on Saturday, April 1.
Prison Policy Initiative calls for stronger state laws to keep parents and children together
ALBANY, NY. - The Prison Policy Initiative recently released a report advocating for stronger state laws to keep parents behind bars close to their children. The report finds that 12 states, including New York, have laws that make it easier for children to see their incarcerated parents. Still, not all of these laws offer the same level of protection.
First in U.S. History: Former President Trump Indicted by Manhattan Grand Jury
In an unprecedented development, former President Donald Trump has been indicted on criminal charges in New York City. These charges are related to allegations that he financed hush-money payments to an adult film actress, marking the first time in U.S. history that a former president has faced criminal charges. The New York Times reported that a grand jury in Manhattan voted in favor of the indictment on Thursday.
JFK was being treated with injections by Dr. Feelgood, which contained methamphetamines.
In 1962, a man "peeled off his clothing and began prancing around his hotel suite" at the Carlyle Hotel in New York City. The situation amused his bodyguards until he decided to take the show outside his room. The man was delusional and paranoid, suffering from too much methamphetamine.
America Shocked as Trump Is Indicted in New York. Will DeSantis Comply With the Law?
Trump's indictment could put DeSantis in a very tough position. Trump has been indicted. Today, Thursday, March 30th, 2023, will go down in history as the first time ever a former President has been indicted on legal charges.
Shocking Move: New York City Mayor Begs State For an Alarming $4.2 Billion to Support Migrants
New York City Mayor Eric Adams pleaded with state lawmakers to help the city pay an estimated $4.2 billion in costs to help support migrants. New York City Mayor Eric Adams went to Albany to push for his budget priorities, with the migrant crisis being the top of his agenda. He stated that the city needs an additional $4.2 billion for the crisis, which he believes will impact all of the city's services.
CA Defamation Court Dismissal, NY Indictment: How Stormy Daniels, Donald Trump Case Unfolded
Ex-President Donald Trump is set to be indicted over the alleged hush money payments made to an adult film actress just prior to the 2016 presidential election. This marks the first time in US history that a current or former president has faced criminal charges.
In NYC, the Audubon Society Steps Back From its Racist Founder.
There is a possibly apocryphal story about John James Audubon, the founder of the nature and wildlife conservancy group, the Audubon Society, that he founded the organization after the extreme guilt he felt of beating an owl to death one day when younger.
New Normal: Travellers Adapt to Changing Health and Safety Protocols
As of 2023, the United States is continuing to welcome back international visitors after the COVID-19 pandemic. The country has been gradually easing its travel restrictions and reopening its borders to foreign travellers. With the successful rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and decreasing case numbers, the United States is becoming an increasingly attractive destination for international travel.
A Look Back at Two Longstanding U.S. Shopping Malls Permanently Closing March 31
The mutual loss of anchor stores precipitated the decisions to shutter the malls. This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets:BethesdaMagazine.com, LoHud.com, BizJournals.com, and Wikipedia.org.
Route 3 Ramp Closure in Clifton; I-78 Express Lanes Closed in Springfield for Repairs Tonight
Route 3 Ramp Closure and Detour in Clifton Tonight; I-78 Eastbound Express Lanes Closed in Springfield for Bridge Repairs. Clifton, Passaic County – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) has announced that the Route 3 westbound ramp to Route 21 northbound will be closed and detoured tonight, Thursday, March 30, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. tomorrow, Friday, March 31, in Clifton, Passaic County. The closure is necessary to reopen the shoulder on the Route 3 ramp, which has been closed for bridge repairs since June 2022.
Donald Trump Set to be Indicted
Manhattan District Attorney issues statement on Donald Trump. Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg issued a statement today:. "This evening we contacted Mr Trump's attorney to coordinate his surrender to the Manhattan D.A.'s Office for arraignment on a Supreme Court indictment, which remains under seal. Guidance will be provided when the arraignment date is selected."
Opinion: Cats of New York (CONY)
We think we know who’s running this city. We’re wrong. There were two curious things you used to see when you walked into the little corner store on West Houston Street and Varick in New York City. One was a Bitcoin ATM. That disappeared mysteriously in the last several months. But this serene black and white guardian of all that comes and goes in his domain remains. Did the cat kick the ATM out after the collapse of FTX in November? We’ll never know but we shouldn’t be surprised if that's exactly what happened. Cats are even more mysterious than cryptocurrency. Embroider that on your sampler.
Beyond Desperate: Struggling Retailer Tries to Keep New York Workers with Tempting Bonuses
Bed Bath and Beyond is struggling to keep staff leaving before their store closes and has been forced to offer bonuses. New York's retail industry faces enormous challenges as chains continue to announce store closures. Major chains are closing their stores across the state as their customers move to online shopping.
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