Owner of long-abandoned New York school files for bankruptcy

Yet another chapter has opened in the decades-long saga of East Village’s beleaguered former PS 64. Developer Gregg Singer, who has owned the 152,000-square-foot East Ninth Street building since 1998, has offered the property for bankruptcy protection. Singer decided to proceed on March 21, a day before the badly dilapidated H-shaped structure was put up … Read more

Doctors warn against the beezin trend

A popular trend from the 2010s called “beezin’” has apparently been getting a new buzz since it popped up on TikTok, prompting doctors to warn of its potential harms. ‘Beezers’ claim that applying Burt’s Bees lip balm to their eyes does everything from getting them high, intensifying the effects of alcohol and keeping them awake … Read more

DEI ideology must die, woke up for Agatha Christie and other comments

From the right: DCI ideology must die “The adults at Stanford Law School seem to be in the driver’s seat,” Heather Mac Donald applauded at Quillette, after Dean Jenny Martinez upheld Judge Kyle Duncan’s First Amendment rights against disruptive student protesters. But even “punishing the hecklers” (which Martinez failed to do) and firing Tirien Steinbach, … Read more

Sit down with the audience, Mayor Adams

It’s been nearly eight years since we urged then-Mayor Bill de Blasio to “use your listening skills” and start doing radio calls and town hall meetings. Now it’s Mayor Eric Adams’ turn. Mayors David Dinkins, Rudy Giuliani, Mike Bloomberg and (eventually) de Blasio all regularly fielded public calls on a radio show. Adams should too. … Read more

Letters to the Editor — March 28, 2023

The problem: A Post op-ed claiming Donald Trump’s antics will keep him from winning in 2024. Former President Donald Trump has become a caricature of himself (“Trump won’t change, and he won’t win,” editorial, March 25). Since losing in 2020, he has made a fool of himself at every turn. No sane conservative should support … Read more

Sen. Josh Hawley calls out Nashville school to shoot anti-Christian hate crime

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) on Tuesday called on federal authorities to investigate Monday’s massacre at The Covenant School in Nashville as a hate crime against Christian believers. In a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, Hawley described Audrey Hale’s rampage at the Tennessee school that left three adults and … Read more