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Should Nutrition Be A Separate Class In Schools?
BROOKLYN — There’s no way to tell if students are getting the right amount of nutrition education in schools and some lawmakers want to change that. Currently, nutrition talk throughout city schools is bundled into a 54-hour health class often taught by unlicensed instructors. Councilman Mark Treyge
Two of Yankees’ bullpen studs came up through New York City
The Yankees have compiled one of the hardest-throwing bullpens in history, and despite the high cost of most of the arms, they didn’t have to go far to learn about two of them.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s flashback proves Scully and Hitchcock were super hot in the 80s and we’re shook
Brooklyn Nine-Nine gave us the flashback episode we were waiting for on Thursday night – and left us shook with the realisation that Scully and Hitchcock were once great at their jobs.
Nets achieve largest comeback win in the Brooklyn era
The Brooklyn Nets defeated the Orlando Magic 117-115. The Nets did it again. This team is unbelievable. They never quit and never get too down. The Nets are never out any game. The Nets came out of the gates flat, as they were out scored 32-25 in the first quarter. The second quarter started out the
Carmen Ejogo of ‘True Detective’ Dangles in a Circus
Carmen Ejogo leapt in the air and grasped two lengths of silk, each the color of arterial blood. She took a deep breath, fell back and spun upside-down in the middle of a warehouse in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn.
Grandmother, Grandson Enjoy Cooking Together
RANDOLPH — A return visit to retired teacher Judy Stevens home found her baking an Upside-Down Apple Pie with her grandson, Wesley Sluga, who was home for a break from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
Restaurant News On Columbia Street
COLUMBIA STREET WATERFRONT DISTRICT- Once considered a burgeoning foodie destination, Columbia Street has undergone some changes with the departure of Carla Hall’s Southern Kitchen, Toby’s Public House, and Pok Pok. However three restaurants may help bring the hype back to the neighborhood.
50 Cent Drags Floyd Mayweather Jr. Into Teairra Mari Feud
New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t playing fair. The hip-hop superstar has dragged former pal Floyd Mayweather Jr. into his publicized feud with reality TV personality Teairra Mari.
What Mexicans are getting from El Chapo’s trial—thanks to it not being held in Mexico
Mexicans are getting unprecedented access to alleged presidential dirt via an unexpected source: the trial of drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán in Brooklyn, New York. This week, a close Guzmán associate, a witness in the trial, said the infamous kingpin gave former Mexican president Enrique Peña N
'Howard Dean scream' celebrates 15th birthday
Gen Z may not remember, but those who know it will never forget Howard Dean’s scream. Dean’s infamous moment from 2004 is celebrating its 15th birthday Saturday. The iconic moment came where Dean, a former Vermont governor and later, a Democratic National Committee chair, addressed supporters on Jan
Family of slain Bronx EMT wants accused killer ‘to pay’ for crime
The distraught family of the Bronx EMT who was plowed down with her own ambulance said the man charged in her death should stop hiding behind his claim of mental illness. “We want him to pay for what he did,” said Ali Acevedo-Hernandez, 62, the aunt of EMT Yadira Arroyo, who was killed in March 2017
Exclusive: Ghost King Share Grim New Single, "Buzzin"
Brooklyn rock quartet Ghost King have shared the latest single from their new album, Dunbar Swamp, out digitally on Feb. 4 and available on vinyl on Feb. 8 via Mind Altar Records. This new single, “Buzzin,” premiering exclusively at Paste, follows the release of previous singles “Slither” and “Toad