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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

New York

Almost 400 lawsuits have been filed against small businesses for lacking handicap access, by only five New York plaintiffs, as reported by the NY Post. The handicapped plaintiffs have sued small NYC mom and pop establishments for failing to provide wheelchair ramps and bathroom doors that are accessible to all. Two blind New Yorkers have filed a combined 23 suits against business Web sites that did not provide screen-reading software for the visually impaired. One woman sued seven businesses for denying entry to her service dog. A 37-year-old double amputee from Brooklyn has sued 195 establishments, since 2010, fighting for wheel chair access. Four other New Yorkers from different locals have separately filed a total of 200 suits over

On Thursday September 21st, violence erupted as Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan took the stage inside a ballroom at the Marriott Marquis hotel in Midtown Manhattan’s Times Square.  As reported by the NY Daily News, a demonstrator in the audience stood on his chair calling out, “Terrorist!”, “You’re a terrorist! Get out of my country!”  While a security guard rushed to the protestor, the President’s supporters within the crowd took it upon themselves to boo and shout at him, taking turns

Manhattan preservationists are calling on the city to expand the existing Madison Square North Historic District. Several elected officials, including State Senator Brad Hoylman and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, are calling on the Landmarks Preservation Commission to expand the preserved district by three blocks. The historic district currently covers from Madison Avenue to Sixth Avenue and from 25th Street to 29th Street. Preservationists would like to see the protection extended

Republican mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis has reached fund-raising milestones this week, as reported by the NY Times. In Friday’s financial disclosure reports filed with NYC’s Campaign Finance Board, Ms. Malliotakis reported collecting $241,530 in contributions from Aug. 29 to Sept. 18, amounting to $734,412 in total donations she has received thus yet in her campaign.

Ms. Malliotakis has now raised and spent over $500,000 in total, which qualifies her to partake in the first general

Living in New York City, you get use to paying more for things, but the price of some private K-12 schools have gotten so high that concerns have been raised regarding economic diversity. A recent article in the Wall Street Journal revealed that attendance in some of these private city schools cost more than $50,000 a year, which is closer to the price of college tuition than grade school.

In the last five years, we have seen some of the steepest increases in school tuitions. According to