Articles written by: Zachary Devita

Zachary Devita

News / Video

CBD is the new non-addictive cannabis cure all

CBD has exploded into the U.S. market.

Features / News

Legal weed in New York could be a downer for some

Products like weed and cannabis oil, pictured, are just some of the ones available for purchase through New York’s black market dealers. Photo by Zachary Devita. New York state is on the cusp of legalizing marijuana. While there are promises of billions of tax revenue for the state, many advocates are still weary of the proposed legislation. Nancy Udell, a […]

Sports

NFL ratings, fans and bad calls up

A blown pass interference call destroyed the New Orleans Saints dream to make this year’s Super Bowl. As the city of Atlanta gears up for the 53rd Super Bowl, featuring the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams, bars in New York City have begun to stock up on beer, fried foods and NFL advertisements and decorations. But the biggest […]

Features

The Auxiliary Police Force is a Different Way to Serve New Yorkers

Throughout Ronald Sussman’s life, joining law enforcement had always been an aspiration. Now, at the age of 66, Sussman is a member of the auxiliary police force, a volunteer organization that works with the NYPD. But, while Sussman gets to live out his dream of being in uniform, many New Yorkers have zero clue what the auxiliary force does and that it even exists.

Audio / Features

Mediocre Giants lose again, fans moan

With a loss to the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday, the New York Giants and their fans have settled in to another middle-of-the-road season.

Features / News

Deadline for e-cigarette sales to minors worries sellers

Earlier this month, the FDA issued a warning letter to many e-cigarette producers, including Juul, Blue and Logic, giving them 60 days to get the product out of minors hands or risk being pulled from the market.

Features / News

A doorman remembers 9/11

“I’ll always remember the smell of burning electric wire and cement, hazing over the whole area for months.”