NYCC Claps Back At Cuomo Over Assisted Suicide Comments

In an interview on public radio, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he would back legislation enabling terminally ill people to request life-ending medication, saying “I say pass the bill. It’s a controversial issue, it’s a difficult issue. But the older we get and the better medicine gets, the more we’ve seen people suffer for too long.”

St. Patrick’s Day in Manhattan

The 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manhattan was celebrated March 16. The day began with Cardinal Timothy Dolan as the main celebrant of the Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

NYPD Remembers Hero Killed In The Line Of Duty In Pope’s Backyard

Proud New York cops often say that “the NYPD never forgets its own.” Lest that come off as mere rhetoric, a group of men and women from the Big Apple were in Rome this week to keep alive the legacy of a brother officer who died over a century ago, and not on the city’s mean streets but in far-away Sicily.

The Guerrilla Girl Who Plays With God’s-Eye View

Art seems to be to Lucinda Grange the last reward in a singular extreme journey. The adrenaline, the forbidden, the temptation to steal unseen views and bring new perspectives into our ordinary lives, is as important for the sui generis artist as the artwork itself.