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  • Roll N Roaster sticks to tradition on National French Fries Day, despite past potato perils • Brooklyn Paper

Roll N Roaster sticks to tradition on National French Fries Day, despite past potato perils • Brooklyn Paper

Roll N Roaster in Sheepshead Bay. Photo courtesy of Roll N Roaster Sign up for our Brooklyn Paper email newsletter to get news, updates, and local insights delivered straight to…

Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon 2’ Delays Theatrical Release Date

Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures Sorry, y’all. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Kevin Costner’s Horizon: An American Saga — Chapter 2 won’t hit theaters on August 16 as scheduled. This is reportedly…

Fighting for Safer, Cleaner Streets Luchando por calles más seguras y limpias – Manhattan Times News

Fighting for Safer, Cleaner Streets By Eric L. Adams Last week, we celebrated Independence Day — an opportunity to reflect on the values that make the American Dream possible in…

Companies going bankrupt at the fastest pace since 2020 in ‘historic surge’

There is a “historic surge” of corporate bankruptcies underway in the US, as debt-saddled companies struggle to adjust to the new era of high interest rates.  New figures published by S&P…

Shelley Duvall, star of 'The Shining' and 'Nashville,' dies at 75

Shelley Duvall, the intrepid, Texas-born movie star whose wide-eyed, winsome presence was a mainstay in the films of Robert Altman and who co-starred in Stanley Kubrick’s “The Shining,” has died.…

Activists rail against Hochul’s congestion pricing delay, call for accessibility upgrades to Bed-Stuy subway station • Brooklyn Paper

Activists with Riders Alliance gathered on July 10 to call on Gov. Kathy Hochul to reinstate congestion pricing so that subway stations like the one on Nostrand Avenue can see…

Andreessen Horowitz Is Stocking Up on Nvidia Chips Amid GPU Shortage

The venture capital firm was founded by Ben Horowitz and Marc Andreessen in 2009. Photos by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for WIRED and Paul Chinn/The San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images…

Artists Gillie and Marc offer New Yorkers a seat on their couch, with hopes to ignite a global community

Care to take a seat on Gillie and Marc’s couch? Photo by Annie MacKeigan Sign up for our amNewYork email newsletter to get news, updates, and local insights delivered straight…

‘Climate policy’ is how the elite sustain economic growth

Starting in the 1990s, at the end of the Cold War, climate change became a fixation for rich-country politicians and elites.  There was relative peace and trust across the world,…

Sentiment Can Change… Fast | Seeking Alpha

Maksim Labkouski If there is one truism of investment markets in terms of achieving a lower risk but higher return, it is that one should own what others do not…