Scary New Super Bowl TV Spot for ‘Scream VI’ – Tickets On Sale Now

Scary New Super Bowl TV Spot for ‘Scream VI’ – Tickets On Sale Now by Alex Billington February 8, 2023Source: YouTube “This isn’t like any other Ghostface…” Paramount Pictures has revealed their scary Super Bowl TV spot for Scream VI, the follow-up sequel to last year’s Scream (also known as Scream 5). It’s a full … Read more

FAA proposes $1M fine for United Airlines: CBS News Flash Feb. 7, 2023

FAA proposes $1M fine for United Airlines: CBS News Flash Feb. 7, 2023 – CBS News Watch CBS News The FAA is proposing a fine of more than $1 million on United Airlines over preflight safety checks. New York City is lifting its COVID vaccine mandate for public workers this week. And as concerns grow … Read more

All hell breaks loose at FDNY as commish demotes chiefs

The FDNY hierarchy is going down in flames. Three high-ranking city Fire Department chiefs were abruptly demoted in a controversial shake-up last week — and two other chiefs then voluntarily stepped down from their titles in solidarity, law-enforcement sources told The Post on Monday. And other protesting chiefs may soon follow suit, sources warned. Fire … Read more

First Teaser Trailer for ‘Scream VI’ Brings the Ghostface Killer to NYC

First Teaser Trailer for ‘Scream VI’ Brings the Ghostface Killer to NYC by Alex Billington December 14, 2022Source: YouTube “In a city of millions, no one hears you scream.” Paramount has revealed the first look teaser trailer for Scream VI, the follow-up sequel to this year’s Scream (also known as Scream 5) – the return … Read more

NYC recommends everyone wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has issued a health advisory recommending that residents wear masks at all times when they are at indoor public spaces regardless of their vaccination status, citing an increase in respiratory viral illnesses and the high levels of hospitalizations being reported. Along with indoor public spaces, … Read more

New York City Mayor Eric Adams fined for rat infestation at Brooklyn property

New York City Mayor Eric Adams, who is known for his crusade against rats, is fighting a fine for a rat infestation at one of his Brooklyn properties. The mayor called in to a hearing Tuesday to appeal the claim, which was brought about after a health inspector found rat droppings at his Brooklyn townhouse. … Read more

New York Times journalists, other workers on 24-hour strike

NEW YORK — Hundreds of journalists and other employees at The New York Times began a 24-hour walkout Thursday in what would be the first strike of its kind at the newspaper in more than 40 years. Newsroom employees and other members of The NewsGuild of New York say they are fed up with bargaining … Read more

Chef Roberto Santibáñez prepares signature guacamole at Fonda

Chef Roberto Santibáñez prepares signature guacamole at Fonda – CBS New York Watch CBS News Santibáñez runs three New York City restaurants, aptly named Fonda as a nod to luncheonettes in his native Mexico City. Be the first to know Get browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not Now Turn On

New York City Dept. of Education to change controversial “de Blasio-era” high school admissions process

NEW YORK — Seeking to silence parental outrage, the Adams administration announced changes to the city’s controversial high school admissions policies by putting more emphasis on good grades.  Some parents said the changes don’t go far enough, and some said they’ll move if their child doesn’t get into a good school, CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reported Thursday.  … Read more

Hochul’s green power scheme may raise New Yorkers’ power costs

The green-energy movement has been very good for Wall Street, and not so good for consumers. Energy prices remain stubbornly high because environmentalists control vast swaths of government on both the federal and state levels mandating inefficient windmills, solar panels and other costly boondoggles. Meanwhile, the Wall Street cash register keeps ringing. Money managers sell … Read more