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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

New York

In under three hours, Mayor Bill de Blasio managed to promise Sheepshead Bay residents everything from new bus shelters and $20 million for updated/expanded sewer infrastructure to free adult literacy classes and a twice-per-year deployment of “skimmer vessels” to clean floating trash from the bay’s inlet. Whether any of these things come to fruition remains to be seen, but residents left hopeful and pleased that they’d been heard. 

City Councilmember Chaim Deutsch (D-Brighton Beach, Manhattan Beach, Marine Park, Midwood, Sheepshead Bay) co-hosted the Town hall, which featured dozens of leaders from various city agencies like sanitation, transportation, and schools. It is the latest in City Hall’s ongoing events in different

Back in March 2016, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the winner of the NYC Ferry contract to be Hornblower. Junior Volpe was well aware that his life would not ever be the same again.

AS the ferry company’s director of special projects, Volpe would be responsible for managing the design, construction and delivery of a fleet of 20 high-speed passenger speed boats, as per the NYC Ferry contract. The order of new vessels was one of the largest in the history of U.S. maritime. 80 percent of the

The Gothamist has obtained a letter written by Mayor Bill de Blasio this past May, way after an investigation was announced by the Department of Education into dozens of yeshivas that were allegedly depriving their students of a secular education, in which the Mayor gives praise to one of the very yeshivas being investigated. 

In the letter, de Blasio congratulates Crown Heights yeshiva Oholei Torah for "giving its students the tools they need to build solid foundations for their futures,"

On Friday, September 8, a former restaurateur was sentenced to five years in prison for his $12 million Ponzi scheme that involved two businessmen who allegedly bribed New York City law enforcement officers.

Hamlet Peralta owned the Hudson River Cafe in Harlem that is now closed. Back in May, Peralta pled guilty using a pretend wholesale liquor business to scam investors out of over $12 million, which included one investor that gave him more than $5 million. The 38-year-old used the funds for

Where there is calm, there also is sometimes anxiety. Where there is strength, there, too, is vulnerability.

Ask any New Yorkers if they feel safer today than 15 years ago, when the World Trade Center was targeted in the single largest terrorist attack on United States soil. Sometimes the answer is yes, sometimes no.

Often, it’s yes and no.

Since September 11, 2001, the United States has taken unprecedented measures to keep itself secure. But the world, as both Americans and tourists know