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  • #NBCNews Streams Live Video on Facebook of Firefighters at #TrumpTower

    Breaking: NBCNews.com reports on their Facebook.com page in a live video of firefighters in New York City responding to a fire at the Trump.com tow...
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  • #NewsFromNewYork: 5 Borough News Roundup in #NewYorkCity

    Renting or buying property in New York City can sometimes be a headache. The New York Times has a thought-provoking article on apartment hunting in NYC. Back in the day in the late 1970's, a person could possibly rent an apartment in Brooklyn for as little as under $100 a month. This was the era when former New York Governor and now deceased Mario Cuomo. was mayor of the big apple. Times back then were simpler as the cost of living was significantly cheaper. Of course, rent in Manhattan was always sky high unless you lived in Harlem or the Bronx. The N.Y. Times article goes on to mention if July is a good time of the year to search and rent an apartment in New York City? That depends. To rent an apartment nowadays in Manhattan, look forward possibly to paying $1,500 and better on a month to month basis. WHile it's uncertain how much rent will be in a New York City housing project, you can still look forward to shelling out over $1,000 monthly. Rne twill allegedly continue to skyrocket not just in Manhattan, but throughout the rest of the boroughs of NYC years to come. Moving around in New York City - NYTimes.com Some people are allegedly moving to New York City possibly just to get a free ride on college tuition. New York City Gov. Andrew Cuomo, son of now deceased former Gov. Mario Cuomo, announced early 2017 there would be free college available to residents of the big apple. Free college tuition in New York City has certain conditions. You're obligated after graduation to contribute at least a few years of service working in New York City. If you move out of New York or unable to meet your obligation of working in New York after graduating from college and getting your free ride through any New York City college, you're required to allegedly paid back all the tuition money. Some people might be moving to New York just to shack up with relatives and use their address as a means of getting a free ride through college from New York City government. New York is not the only state to offer residents tuition free college. Having a free scholarship on the government dime is a "blessing," and entitles anyone striving for excellence to get organized to earn "good money." Anyone who qualifies for free college tuition on Uncle Sam's dime should use it to their fullest potential and go non stop award achieving the goal of graduating with their bachelors or Masters degree in their field of expertise so they can showcase their skills that to where the employers and the world. Free college tuition in NYC - CNBC.com Have you ever heard of anything like this? According to an article posted by the Brooklyn Eagle, a judge in Brooklyn allowed a gun toting suspect two more months of freedom to prove himself as he got caught drinking in public and failed to report what he did to the court. Brooklyn judge Pamela Chen, noted in the Brooklyn Eagle article, dealt with gun suspect Mr. Tyson Jeffries in court, as it's noted h...
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  • #NewYorkCity: Sunday Morning #NewsUpdate

    NYPost.com - The New York Post has a typographical error in their article. The word [coportations] is supposed to be "corporations." It was located in : "And Hynes said the service went to great lengths to conceal its true nature, by "creating a series of "dummy coportations" with misleading names that conducted its financial transactions." Another typo caught is: "They used "discrete" credit-card billing practices. [discrete] is supposed to be "discreet." The article goes on to mention clients ages ranged from 20 to 30 years old and had to complete a face-to-face interview, before approval to mingle with the female escorts. Fees for escort services ranged anywhere from $400-$3600 hourly as the club had an assortment of women from virtually all races, according to the article from the New York Post. Though the article is dated in 2011, DNN randomly doubled back briefly to the New York Post publication to see if the author of the article William J. Gorta concerning the Brooklyn Constitution ring bust made grammar and other typographical corrections which he failed to do. From the looks of his New York Post author RSS feed, it seems as if he’s no longer working for the newspaper. The New York Post and other papers need to randomly run a spelling and grammar check on all articles and have a special editorial team just for the purpose of checking to ensure articles or written in clear and concise language before publishing to the website. New York Post… Are you listening? Am I right? NYPost.com article on prostitution NY1.com - Isn’t t...
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  • Remembering #HurricaneSandy in New York City

    Do you remember this moment of tribulation in 2012 when disaster struck New York City?
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    started a topic #Pokemon Influences New York City?

    #Pokemon Influences New York City?

    Pokemon recently took the internet by storm. While many jumped on the Pokemon game bandwagon in hopes of making money from it and its current popularity, this will play out in time. Many predict Pokemon, like most games, will fizzle out of steam and lose value. What meaningful purpose d...
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  • #NYPD Giving Out Summonses for #Hoverboards?

    Since when is hoverboarding illegal in New York City? This YouTuber alleges that NYPD enforces a possible law in the big apple that hoverboarding is against NYC law. Is this so?...
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  • What is #50Cent Doing Driving Around #Manhattan Alone?

    Curtis Jackson, known as rapper 50 Cent and founder of Thisis50.com is seen in the YouTube video driving around New York City in a luxury car. Alone? It looks so. And people wonder how many firearms he possibly has in the car with him. What do you think of this?...
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  • 7 IRT #Subway Line from #Manhattan to #FlushingQueens

    You'll absolutely love watching the video above if you've never been on the New York City subway. it's a grand view of the 7 IRT New York City subway line heading into Flushing Queens....
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    started a topic Secret #NYCSubway Vintage Stations

    Secret #NYCSubway Vintage Stations

    Did you know New York City has a few secret subway stations? One of the secret station from back in the heyday is located in the heart of Manhattan. The station was designed in the FDR presidency era to host former U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt on a secret New York City subway train. The purpose was to secretly shuttle the former president and political cohorts to desired subway stations without interaction with everyday people. The video above is a quick documentary discussing the vintage secret New York subway station and mysterious train designed to transport F.D.R. between stations. Updated: September 1, 2017 Additional video discussing New York City tour of the Grand Central top secret United States presidential tunnel only POTUS use for secret travel video by BusinessInsider.com on YouTube.com ...
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  • #Transgender Fights #Heterosexual Man in #NYCSubway Station

    This is only some of the unlimited nonsense you'll see in New York City. In the Big Apple, you'll see anything ranging from topless females at times square with body paint across their chest "completely legal," people dancing up and down poles on New York City subway trains in hopes of panhandling for money, people allegedly kissing and feeling on body parts in public on the New York City subway train between stations, and so much more. You'll also see nonsense in New York City such as Mr. pregnant: New York City is home to the methods of March madness. It's also the home of some of the most successful actors, rappers, and technology start up founders. Be prepared to virtually see anything next time you visit NYC....
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  • Contributing Editor
    started a topic Memories of #Chinatown

    Memories of #Chinatown

    In the late 80s and early 1990s, inner-city youth from Flatbush Brooklyn, Harlem, and the Bronx would take the New York City subway to Chinatown. People spent large sums of money in Chinatown for purposes ranging from purchasing Chinese, Japanese, and Korean food from real Oriental kitchens on Canal St. or nearby cana...
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  • Contributing Editor
    started a topic Good Days of #NewYorkCity

    Good Days of #NewYorkCity

    These are the good days in the #SouthBronx during the roaring 1980's in New York City.

    This era produced some of the greatest vintage hit movies such as:
    • Beat Street
    • E.T.
    • Footloose
    • Ghostbusters
    • Goonies
    • Krush
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  • Drewry
    started a topic Hello Everyone and New York City

    Hello Everyone and New York City

    GOD bless you and much thanks for your viewership. I am humbled and pleased to have finally created a profile. Thank you for your precious time reading...
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    Last edited by Drewry; 08-13-2014, 02:05 PM.

  • Tommy Hilfiger's Manhattan Plaza Apartment

    Tommy Hilfiger has it good. He has real estate almost everywhere in America. Check out his Manhattan apartment. Nice and spiffy.
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  • Welcome to DrewryNewsNetwork.com New York Forum

    DrewryNewsNetwork is steadily evolving. Bring you the latest information to help you get ahead. News updates from across the web. Whatever DrewryNewsNetwork.com discusses, this site has you first in mind. Did you know the founder of this site is from New York? How can one forget their humble beginnings and original roots? This New York forum will bring you mashups of virtually everything NYC related. It could be anything from best vegetarian health food stores in Brooklyn, to subway news, good and bad things happening in any of New York's five boroughs, and so on. Stick around. More to come. There's always something interesting and thought-provoking to read. No worries- Facebook comments is coming very soon. You'll be able to use your Faceb...
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