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April 1, 2022

Grocery Store Falls From the Inside Out

Have you ever wondered why it’s harder to buy a loaf of bread online than it is to buy a car online? Grocery stores make lots of money on impulse purchases based on foot traffic, such as “this looks good” and “that’s on sale.” It’s much easier to resist these impulses when buying online. So, […]

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March 30, 2022

Three Seriously Injured After Driver Hops Curb

Investigators believe that a 68-year-old man suffered a medical episode behind the wheel in the moments before he plowed into two people on the sidewalk and ravaged a local flower shop. This wreck happened near the corner of Malcolm X Boulevard and West 145th, in Harlem. The driver lost control of his car and barrelled […]

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March 26, 2022

FAQs About Workplace Discrimination

The workforce is not the same as it was before. Working from home is a good example. This arrangement, which was almost unheard of a decade ago, is slowly gaining acceptance. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which oversees most workplace discrimination complaints, still doesn’t consider a WFH denial to be a denial of civil rights. […]

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March 24, 2022

Impromptu Car Show Ends Tragically for Pennsylvania Man

It was moderately amusing when Mordecai and Rigby tried to do infinite donuts against the Carter and Briggs posers. But there was nothing amusing about what happened to a New York man who was watching a car do donuts in Hudson Square. Roughly 1,000 people were on hand to enjoy the stunt show in Soho. […]

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March 18, 2022

Q & A & LC with Triathlete Matt Russell

We recently sat down with Matt Russell to talk to him about his 2017 bicycle accident during the Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii. Briefly, Matt collided with a van on the Queen Kaahumanu Highway at the intersection of Waikoloa Road. “This rider, he could do nothing,” one eyewitness said. “These riders need to have a clear […]

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March 4, 2022

NYC Says Raised Crosswalks Mean Safer Pedestrians

Former Mayor Bill DeBlasio's much touted Vision Zero is now largely in shambles. The number of traffic deaths, especially pedestrian deaths, has increased significantly in the Big Apple since 2019. Now, a new mayor is using a new plan to hopefully stop the bloodshed. Studies indicate that raised crosswalks slow traffic and increase pedestrian visibility. […]

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