New York City
November 1, 2023
Budget Cuts to NYC Parks Would Disproportionately Affect Marginalized Communities, Activists Say
“The problem in our city is that we have never treated our parks and funded them like the essential spaces they are."
October 23, 2023
Teddy Siegel: Flushing Out Inequities in New York City’s Bathroom Crisis
When you got to go in NYC, Teddy Siegel has got your back and your bum.
September 27, 2023
Being a Dominatrix Pays the Bills, but Dogs Rule Her Heart
"Some clients would pay a vet bill for $1,000," she said, "and I would give them that many spanking sessions."
April 7, 2023
Madison Square Garden Faces Uncertain Future as Possible Relocation Looms
The Garden's permit, which allows it to hold public events, is set to expire in July.
October 18, 2022
From the Mob to El Chapo, Reporter Juliet Papa Knows a Thing or Two About Crime in NYC
If you ask Juliet Papa how to find a good story, she will tell you, "Look for drama. You look for what is so different about this story and what makes it unusual."