Marlowe Alter Detroit Free Press Published 6:58 PM EDT May 24, 2019 Detroit Tigers (18-29) at New York Mets (24-25) When: 7:10 p.m. tonight. Where: Citi Field, New York. TV: Fox Sports Detroit. Radio: 97.1 FM in Detroit (Tigers radio affiliates). Starting pitchers: Tigers LHP Gregory Soto (0-2, 10.80 ERA) vs. Mets RHP Noah Syndergaard (3-4, 4.50 ERA). • Box score Tigers lineup: 1. Goodrum, 3B 2. Stewart, LF 3. Castellanos, RF 4. Cabrera, 1B 5. Rodriguez, SS 6. Hicks, C 7. Harrison, 2B 8. Jones, CF 9. Soto, P Game notes: Tigers continue interleague play with visit against the Mets. Detroit has lost nine straight games. More: Tigers hit rock bottom vs. Marlins, with no end in sight Twitter updates Live updates for mobile users. … [Read more...] about Detroit Tigers score vs. New York Mets: Live updates
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NEW YORK — The first issue of The City Record, on June 24, 1873, listed a procurement notice for a steamboat engine for the New York City Department of Charities and Corrections. A more recent notice, from 2017, listed the purchase of almost $4.4 million worth of condoms and lubrication packets as part of a city public health campaign. In between lies the vast history of the city and of The City Record, a bottomless trove of municipal minutiae and legally required announcements that calls itself the “Official Journal of the City of New York.” While most New Yorkers have never read, or even heard of, this city-published paper, it is indispensable to many city officials and to those seeking city contracts. “This is the bible of doing business with the city of New York,” said Eli Blachman, the paper’s longtime editor. “If you want to bid for a city contract, it’s like the lottery,” he said. “You’ve got to be in it to win … [Read more...] about Selling Condoms or Pet Food? Inside New York’s Business ‘Bible’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | Selling Condoms or Pet Food? The City Record Is New York’s Bible of Million-Dollar Opportunities Advertisement Supported by Since 1873, the City of New York has put out a daily paper that is essential reading for those who want to do business with the city. ByCorey Kilgannon April 27, 2019 [What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox .] The first issue of The City Record, on June 24, 1873, listed a procurement notice for a steamboat engine for the Department of Charities and Corrections. A more recent notice, from 2017, listed the purchase In between lies the vast history of the city and of The City Record, a bottomless trove of municipal minutiae and legally required announcements that calls itself the “Official Journal of the City of New York.” … [Read more...] about Selling Condoms or Pet Food? The City Record Is New York’s Bible of Million-Dollar Opportunities
Dave Smith, provided by Published 2:51 pm CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 MTA Richard Dean Desain, a 32-year-old from Los Angeles, was arrested on July 9, 2018, after he allegedly tried to pick up a package of crystal methamphetamine that had arrived at Apple’s Grand Central Terminal store in New York City. According to NYC special narcotics prosecutor Bridget G. Brennan, Desain was connected to “multiple large-scale shipments of methamphetamine to New York City and the surrounding area.” After a nine-month investigation, a new indictment handed down Monday from the Manhattan Supreme Court said Desain “allegedly conspired to supply methamphetamine to New York City-based drug distribution networks from August of 2017 to July 9, 2018.” Desain has been charged with conspiracy in the second and fourth charges, criminal sale of a controlled substance in the second degree, and criminal possession of a controlled substance in the second and third … [Read more...] about A man allegedly shipped a package with more than a pound of meth to Apple’s Grand Central Station store in New York and was arrested when he tried to pick it up (AAPL)
New York has the oldest and most expansive subway system in North America. But the first ever underground station to open has long been shuttered since World War II. Today, the only way to get to the abandoned masterpiece is by special tour. When New York City’s subway first opened in 1904, it was a true modern marvel. Its very first station, almost directly beneath City Hall, was a sight to see. Sun flooded the platform from skylights in the ground above, and gilded chandeliers filled the shadows with electric light. On the first day of service, some 15,000 New Yorkers would pay the nickel fare to ride the first subway to open outside of Europe. But things wouldn’t remain so glorious for this station. Once train cars became longer, the gaps between doors and platforms were deemed too wide to be safe. What’s more, many passengers opted to walk from the larger Brooklyn Bridge station nearby, which had express service that the City Hall loop did not. Today, … [Read more...] about There’s an unused subway station underneath New York’s City Hall. Here’s what it’s like to visit.