NYC hosts largest Michelangelo exhibit in history

NYC hosts largest Michelangelo exhibit in history

From Travel Pulse It used to be that one had to trek to such places as Florence or Rome in order to bask in the glory of Michelangelo’s finest creations. Now, however, the far-flung journey is hardly necessary (though visiting Rome or Florence is rarely a bad idea). A massive new exhibition of the 15th and 16th-century […]

New York City’s most festive hotel specials

New York City’s most festive hotel specials

From Travel Pulse It’s the most wonderful time of the year and few places are as magical as New York City during the holidays. From the ice skating rink and Christmas tree lighting at Rockefeller Center, to the dazzling store displays on Fifth Avenue, to the countless pop-up holiday markets throughout the city, there is an endless […]

New York City submits to Islam

New York City submits to Islam

By Judith Bergman / Gatestone Institute On October 31, Sayfullo Saipov, a Muslim immigrant from Uzbekistan, shouted, “Allahu Akbar!” (“Allah is the greatest!”) as he rammed his rented truck into 20 people in downtown Manhattan, killing eight and wounding twelve more. The truck-ramming attack, a terrorist tactic popularized by jihadists in Israel, then Europe, was the deadliest […]

Broadway boasts festive and classic performances

Broadway boasts festive and classic performances

New York City is one of the best places to enjoy the festivities of the holiday season. Filled with timeless traditions from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree to the intricately decorated windows of Fifth Avenue department stores, the city has plenty of holiday cheer to offer. Some of the best festive Broadway shows offer a […]

U.S. says North Korea rhetoric a prelude to attack

U.S. says North Korea rhetoric a prelude to attack

By Bill Gertz / Washington Free Beacon Escalating threats from North Korea’s communist regime are indicators of a future military attack or another nuclear test in the coming days, according to a recent U.S. intelligence assessment. Intelligence agencies issued the assessment last week warning that threatening rhetoric from Pyongyang in response to large-scale U.S.-South Korean […]

NYC & Company expecting record-breaking tourism numbers for 2016

NYC & Company expecting record-breaking tourism numbers for 2016

From Travel Pulse On Wednesday, NYC & Company announced its 2016 tourism forecast during a press conference at the travel trade show, ITB Berlin. According to the official website of NYC & Company, the organization revealed that New York City is expected to see a high of 59.7 million travelers visit the city in 2016 […]

New York City mayor files amicus brief in teachers union case

New York City mayor files amicus brief in teachers union case

By Tom Gantert / Heartland Institute In an attempt to thwart what would be a devastating U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) ruling against mandatory union membership, New York City Mayor has filed a brief defending the claim labor unions have the right to force employees to pay “agency fees,” which allegedly strip out costs in dues […]

NYC businesses face huge fines if they fail the transgender PC test

NYC businesses face huge fines if they fail the transgender PC test

The tyranny of ridiculous political correctness is on full display in New York City, where a new update to anti-discrimination laws means being confused by someone else’s gender confusion could cost you $250,000. The city’s Commission on Human Rights has updated “Discrimination on the Basis of Gender Identity or Expression” codes to implement huge fines […]