December means primetime for Long Island stargazers

It’s the most wonderful time of year for Long Islanders to see meteor showers and planetary adjustments. The December sky marks an interesting celestial show for stargazers as 2021 draws to a close with three simultaneous events, astronomers said. Dave Bush, planetarium director at the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium in Centerport, said December … Read more

NYPD arrests possible arson suspect – NBC New York

New York City first aiders tried to control a Christmas tree fire outside the Fox News building in Midtown Manhattan early Wednesday morning. Videos posted by witnesses to the Citizen app show thick clouds of black smoke coming from the tree after police say someone allegedly set the tree on West 48th Street and 6th … Read more

Michael Mazur convicted of murdering Brooklyn cafe owner Joshua Rubin

One of the men charged with the brutal murder of Brooklyn cafe owner Joshua Rubin on Halloween in 2011 has been sentenced to federal prison. Michael Mazur, 27, was sentenced to 18 years in prison for his part in the planned robbery and murder of Rubin, who was shot and killed for over a pound … Read more

Ghislaine Maxwell ‘asks British teenager to take Epstein tea in school uniform’

Ffrom the courthouse in New York, Josie Ensor and Jamie Johnson report. The anonymous witness Kate told in court in Manhattan how Ghislaine Maxwell once asked her if she knew other girls for Epstein when she had “a lot to do” that kept him happy. She claimed he needed sex three times a day. “What … Read more

Medical experts call for “caution” with holiday travel by the end of 2021

With the omicron variant lurking and COVID-19 cases rising on Long Island and around the country, medical experts are urging “caution” with holiday travel. These experts do not completely rule out travel, but said Monday that it can be much more or less risky depending on the details. “I really want to encourage families to … Read more

Mayor: Vaccine mandates must be required for all NYC employers

New York City employers will have to impose COVID-19 vaccinations on their workers under new rules announced Monday by Mayor Bill de Blasio. The private company vaccine mandate goes into effect Dec. 27 and aims to prevent an increase in COVID-19 infections during the holiday season and the colder months, the Democratic mayor told MSNBC’s … Read more

COVID vaccine mandate announced for New York City’s private workers, new requirements for children

NEW YORK CITY – New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a COVID vaccine mandate for all private sector employers across the board. The mandate is set to begin on December 27th. The mayor called it a proactive, “first in the country measure.” In addition, de Blasio said vaccine certificates will also be required … Read more

COVID vaccine mandate announced for New York City’s private workers, new requirements for children

NEW YORK CITY – New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a COVID vaccine mandate for all private sector employers across the board. The mandate is set to begin on December 27th. The mayor called it a proactive, “first in the country measure.” In addition, de Blasio said vaccine certificates will also be required … Read more

Britney Spears hangs out at Pieces gay bar in New York City

It’s Britney, bitch. Britney Spears rounded off her 40th birthday celebration with a visit to New York City’s iconic gay bar Pieces. Spies exclusively tells Page Six that the “Toxic” singer was there Sunday night with one of her “Piece of Me” dancers. The “circus” singer was dressed in an oversized teddy bear coat and … Read more

Gil Hodges, beloved Met and Dodger, is inducted into the Hall of Fame

Half a century after his sudden death, Miracle Mets manager Gil Hodges will finally receive the sport’s greatest honor next summer when he is inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Hodges, a star of the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers before becoming an original Met in 1962 and manager of their 1969 World … Read more