- Cuomo's Pandemic Book Deal Earns Him $5.1 Million Over 3 Years, Taxes Show May 17, 2021“American Crisis,” a book written during the first months of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, will earn Gov. Andrew Cuomo approximately $5.1 million within the next couple of years, according to information in the governor’s tax filings released Monday. The New York governor reported earnings of $3.21 million last year for the book, with additional $1 […]
- Giuliani Lawyers: Feds Treat Him Like Drug Boss Or Terrorist May 17, 2021Attorneys for Rudolph Giuliani say a covert warrant prosecutors obtained for his Apple iCloud account in November 2019 and a raid last month by agents who seized his electronic devices show they are treating him more like a drug kingpin or terrorist rather than a personal lawyer to former President Donald Trump. The attorneys complained […]Larry Neumeister and Eric Tucker
- NYC Marathon to Return This Fall at 60% Capacity With About 33K Runners Participating May 17, 2021What to KnowThe iconic New York City Marathon will return this fall with a modified size of participating runners.New York Road Runners (NYRR) announced Monday that it will host a field of 33,000 runners for the 50th running of the 2021 TCS New York City Marathon. The modified field size was determined in partnership with […]
- NJ Will Not Drop Indoor Mask Mandate, Even as Travel Advisory and Remote School End May 17, 2021New Jersey lifted its COVID travel advisory on Monday, and Gov. Phil Murphy said all schools will be open for full-time in-person learning this fall. But Murphy also said the state will keep its indoor mask mandate in public places “for the time being,” even as it withdraws its outdoor mask rule. “We are going […]
- Only for the Vaccinated: Radio City Plans Grand Return With Tribeca Festival May 17, 2021What to KnowRadio City Music Hall will host Tribeca’s closing night on June 19 before a full capacity, 100% vaccinated, mask-free audience, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said MondayPier 76 on the Hudson will officially open on June 9 and host the Tribeca Festival’s opening night screening of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “In the Heights”Eight different venues across the […]
- Irving Plaza to Reopen This Summer Following Multi-Million Dollar Renovation May 17, 2021What to KnowIrving Plaza, one of New York City’s iconic venues, is scheduled to reopen this summer after an extensive multi-million dollar renovation of the historic venue and following a pause on indoor live performances brought on by the ongoing pandemic.To date, over 40 shows are confirmed as part of the venue’s grand reopening with […]
- Supreme Court to Weigh Rollback of Abortion Rights May 17, 2021The Supreme Court agreed Monday to a showdown over abortion in a case that could dramatically alter nearly 50 years of rulings on abortion rights. With three justices appointed by former President Donald Trump part of a 6-3 conservative majority, the court is taking on a case about whether states can ban abortions before a […]Mark Sherman
- Supreme Court to Hear Mississippi Abortion Case Challenging Roe V. Wade May 17, 2021The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear arguments in a major abortion case from Mississippi that could roll back limits on abortion laws cemented by the landmark reproductive rights case Roe v. Wade. The case will be the first major abortion dispute to test all three of former President Donald Trump’s appointees to the […]Tucker Higgins, CNBC
- NYC Bus Rider Punches 67-Year-Old Woman in Wheelchair in Face: Cops May 17, 2021Police are looking for a man they say punched a 67-year-old woman in a wheelchair in the face as he deboarded an MTA bus the two were on in the Bronx last week. The woman was on a BX#28 bus, heading towards Bay Plaza, when the stranger attacked her as he got off at the […]
- Grief Counselors on Hand Monday After Stabbing Death of 7-Year-Old NJ Student May 17, 2021Grief counselors are on hand in two Paterson public schools Monday and will be again Wednesday as classmates and staff mourn the death of a 7-year-old boy who police alleged was stabbed to death by his mother over the weekend. The mother, 46-year-old Iris Tolentino, also allegedly stabbed her 17-year-old son when he tried to […]
Whether you live inside or outside of the United States, you most likely would love to visit New York City. The Big Apple just happens to be the largest city, as far as population goes, in the United States. It has been considered the gateway for immigrants, since it is filled with many business(like EZ Bed Bug Exterminator NYC) and educational opportunities for everyone.
The citizens of New York speak more than 800 languages. The residents originate from countries all over the world. There are many opportunities for all immigrants that enter New York City, which is why they select this beautiful city over the other options. Back in the early 19th century, immigrants that entered New York was greeted by the national monument, Statue of Liberty. Of course, now many immigrants arrive by plane, but they eventually make their way to the monument, because it symbolizes democracy.
Many visitors find themselves in New York, because they desire to see the beautiful architecture. This large city boasts some of the tallest buildings, within the United States including the Bank of America tower, Empire State building, and the One World Trade Center. These skyscrapers are a must see, if you are visiting New York, because they are magnificent.
New York City has a subtropical climate, with temperatures reaching as high as 70-90 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months during the daylight hours. July happens to be the hottest summer month, while January is the coldest month. Exceptional snowfalls have also been noted in the recent years, but this city is pretty much prepared for the worst weather conditions, since it never seems to completely shut down.
Everyone that visits New York with children prefer to spend some time in the United States most beautiful parks, which are located throughout the state. Corona, Jacob Riis, and Great Kills are beautiful parks that offer a variety of activities for families. If you like to spend quite time on the beach, then you will definitely want to schedule a time out to visit the Great Kills Park. It also has walking trails and a marina for everyone to enjoy.
You will definitely notice that New York City is diverse in more ways than one. Religion is very important to everyone, no matter ethnicity. Around 59% of Christians, 33% Catholics, and 24% no religious affiliation are noted among the residents of this wonderful state. All religions are held to a very high standard and no one is judged by their beliefs, which cannot be said about other countries.
Major Economical City
New York just happens to hold some of the wealthiest companies in the world. J.P Morgan Chase, Citigroup, MetLife, Pfizer, and Goldman Sachs are just to name a few. Real estate opportunities are also always open and make up a large portion of the city’s economy.
If you are looking for a wonderful vacation spot, you definitely should look no further than the Big Apple. It is filled with some of the most extraordinary museums, parks, and national monuments.