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5G is not enough for the future of the metaverse
The bad news is that 6G still doesn't exist.
Ghosting Landlords discriminate against renters who use housing vouchers
Even though its been illegal in NYC since 2008, and illegal statewide since 2019, discrimination against voucher holders is the most common type of housing discrimination in the city
Ukrainians in the East Village share their fears on Russia’s war against Ukraine
Ukraine has developed a tough skin, he says, and is ready to fight back.
Activists take “Freedom Buses” to Rikers Island rally against notorious jail
The last day of Black History month was an opportunity for activist to protest the deplorable conditions at the jail and demand its closure.
Russian New Yorkers Reaction to War in Ukraine
Outside the Consulate General of Russia, Russian protestors spoke of carrying a weight of shame
It’s a grim start to the second half of the Knicks season
Going into this game, the Knicks were three games back with a record of 25 wins and 34 losses. Although some fans still believe in this team's talent , most fans have lost hope.
Protestors fill Times Square and rally to end Russia’s war on the Ukraine
Many of the protestors had family in Ukraine.
New Yorkers rally to support Ukraine
Hundreds of New Yorkers, some born in Ukraine, Latvia, Kazakhstan, and even Russia, gathered to support Ukraine after the Russian invasion.
Chinatown’s Lunar New Year Parade returns
The colorful celebration of Chinese culture returned to Chinatown after a two year hiatus due to the pandemic.
NY gubernatorial candidate Andrew Giulani tries to grab the spotlight outside of Democratic Convention
Giuliani appeared outside of the New York Democratic State Convention alongside 2021 mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa, New York Young Republicans Club President Gavin Wax and Senate candidate Stefano Forte. The men failed to draw a crowd.