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US & Canada · New York

Former All-Star pitcher Carlos Martínez gets 80-game ban for positive drug test

38% Left coverage: 8 sources
Former All-Star pitcher Carlos Martínez was suspended for 80 games Friday under baseball's minor league drug program following a positive test for the performance-enhancing substance Ibutamoren, which increases Human Growth Hormone.See the Story
US & Canada · New York

‘Take Turns’: New York City Public Health Poster Says Doing Drugs Is Fine If Done Safely

75% Right coverage: 8 sources
Councilman Joe Borelli (R-South Shore) penned a letter to the MTA asking it to reconsider its public service campaign. The ads give tips on how to use fentanyl and other hard drugs safely to prevent an overdose. Borelli called the campaign a "significant error of judgement"See the Story
New York, NY · New York

It’s Going to Be a Hot Summer. It Will Be Hotter if You’re Not Rich.

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
When heat waves hit, everyone suffers. But the pain will not be shared equally throughout New York City. Here, the neighborhoods where climate inequality will hurt the most.See the Story
New York, NY · New York

How a 7,000-Ton Broadway Theater Was Hoisted 30 Feet

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The Palace Theater, a home for Broadway shows that was designed by the architectural firm Kirchhoff & Rose in the Beaux-Arts style, is a protected landmark. Developers had to devise a plan to raise it three stories in their effort to add more retail space. The project was full of risks, from possible damage to the ornate interior to the chance that the entire theater would crash to earth.See the Story
New York, NY · New York

What the Racist Massacre in Buffalo Stole From One Family

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
In the United States, it has happened at least 214 times in this year alone: Shots ring out, and when the mayhem ends, at least four people are found dead or injured. The mourning, whether in Buffalo or Laguna Woods, Calif., or Uvalde, Texas, has a now-familiar cadence.See the Story
New York, NY · New York

For New York to Get Better, Times Square Has to Get Worse

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The Palace Theater has been lifted 30 feet into the air as part of the $2.5 billion TSX development, presiding over a Times Square that is grappling with its post-pandemic future. The more crowded Times Square becomes with visitors, the more off-putting it is for the white-collar office workers who now have the choice to work from home.See the Story
New York, NY · New York

How a Mapmaker Became New York’s Most Unexpected Power Broker

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Jonathan Cervas, a former bartender from Las Vegas, radically redrew New York's House district lines, forcing some Democratic incumbents to scramble for new seats. Republicans were quietly pleased, and some anti-gerrymandering groups praised his work. Democrats, who saw several potential pickups in the House potentially evaporate, were outraged.See the Story
New York, NY · New York

Want a Nutcracker or a ‘Craft Cocktail?’ He’s Your Guy.

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Prince Lewis sells nutcrackers, a bottled cocktail that is often sold on New York City streets. On a sunny Saturday or Sunday, he can often crack $1,000. He rotates through different flavors depending on the day or week, but on that Saturday he was selling mango, mint, strawberry and pineapple varieties mixed with vodka.See the Story
Real Estate · New York

My Roommate Won’t Pay Rent and Won’t Leave. What Can I Do?

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
When housing courts become involved, there’s often little to do but wait. However, a private settlement is often the best way forward.See the Story

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