Share-worthy stories from the New York City Patch network to talk about tonight.
A Forest Hills couple trying to make some extra cash was busted selling two stools made from elephant feet, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo dropped some ill communication on New York’s young adults: the coronavirus pandemic is not the time to fight for your right to party. But Cuomo didn’t completely buck the Beastie Boys.
Occupy City Hall protesters and campers didn’t get their envisioned $1 billion police budget cut, but they did take a $17,000 bite from the MTA. That five-figure price tag is how much it cost a 31-person crew to “deep clean” a City Hall subway after police rousted the weeks-old encampment on Wednesday, MTA officials said Thursday.
The Upper East Side mansion belonging notorious child sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein has hit the real estate market following months of speculation about how much the property could fetch, according to reports.
When Mayor Bill de Blasio shut down all New York City restaurants in March except for takeout and delivery due to the coronavirus crisis, Luca Di Pietro had to make an excruciating decision.
Duckweed and toxic algae on the surface of Prospect Park Lake has gotten so thick that some children are mistaking it for a field of grass and falling into the water, according to reports.