Consumers and taxpayers help pay for the stadiums and other sports venues of professional sports teams, pave the way for the roads to get to them, buy all kinds of fan gear and then face the threat of not being ...Read More »
The city of Rochester’s high infant mortality rate is the main focus of a new episode of the national public television series, “American by the Numbers of Maria Hinojosa,” that will air this nationally this month. Hinojosa, award-winning journalist and ...Read More »
NEW YORK — Cord cutters rejoiced last week after HBO and CBS announced plans to sell stand-alone streaming services, a move that cable and satellite television providers have resisted for years. Customers tired of paying big fees for hundreds of ...Read More »
A short film from Alliance for Justice, “Lost in the Fine Print,” outlines what it calls a threat to democracy: forced arbitration. “In our democracy, the courts hold out the promise of safeguarding everyone, regardless of wealth and power,” said ...Read More »
The City Hall Link Gallery is featuring a new exhibit by Image City Photography Gallery Partners. Pieces of creative photography will be on display until Sept. 8. Admission is free and the gallery is wheelchair accessible. Featured artists include the ...Read More »
“The Late Show” will remain in New York and continue broadcasting from the historic Ed Sullivan Theatre when Stephen Colbert takes over next year, replacing long-time host David Letterman. The agreement, announced Wednesday by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Leslie ...
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Peter J. Glennon, principal of The Glennon Law Firm PC, has contributed a chapter to a new book published by the American Bar Association. Glennon authored the Emergency Relief chapter of “Business Torts: A Practical Guide to Litigation.” In it, ...Read More »