In New York, water pipes broke again and paralyzed the work of the subway

On the morning of January 19, a water pipe broke through Central Park West in New York. As a result, flooded nearby streets and paralyzed the work of three metro lines. This is the second major breakthrough of the week, according to the NY Daily News. What happened on January 19th ...

Best Job for Ours: Top New York Jobs of the Week

In our weekly article, we have collected the latest and current vacancies, where you will need knowledge of the Russian language. Everything is very simple: if you are interested in a vacancy, follow the link to send a resume with a cover letter, or call directly - and without work ...

What services can immigrants in New York get

Where immigrants can get the information they need in New York, enroll in free English courses, or consult on a particular issue, NYC311 reports. New Yorkers can count on a variety of immigration and civil services, including such ...

A charity concert and an outsider art fair: how to spend a weekend in New York (January 17-19)

What: Exhibition of works by Efim Mikhailov When: Friday-Sunday, January 17-19. Where: Ukrainian History and Education Center 135 Davidson Avenue Somerset, NJ 08873 More: Yefim Mikhailov was one of the most unusual and peculiar Ukrainian artists of the early twentieth century. His desire to convey the world ...

Weather in New York: after record warm days, frosts will hit and snow will fall

New York's weather roller coaster continues. On Thursday, January 16th, powerful winds will come, followed by a strong storm at the weekend, after which frosts will strike. About this warns the NBC edition. Most of the tri-state area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) ...

New York teenager dies of flu: vaccine against virus doesn't protect him

An 11-year-old New York boy died after a severe flu outbreak, which led to a cardiac arrest. And although the teenager was vaccinated, this did not save his life. About this writes the DailyMail. Death from cardiac arrest Luca Calanni from Hamburg infected with the virus ...

Hundreds of New Yorkers descended the subway without pants: how it was

January 12, hundreds of New Yorkers went down the subway without pants. This is already a traditional event, with the help of which people try to bring a little positive, smiles and cheerful mood to our busy life. About how everything went this time, we found out ...

The rich will get richer: New York owes money to Trump, Bezos, Clintons, Madonna and Jay Z

To receive funds, they only need to contact the office of the financial controller of the State of New York (New York state comptroller's office). About this writes the New York Post. According to records from the office of financial controller Tom DiNapoli's office, Comptroller Tom DiNapoli's office, US President Donald ...

Russians, Jews, Italians: how New York blended different cultures and nationalities into one melting pot

New York has always been a refuge city for immigrants. There are Russian, Polish, Korean, Jewish and other enclaves that are definitely worth a visit. This will allow you to immerse yourself in various cultures, try new dishes and discover something new. The publication writes about this in detail ...

Homeless on the streets of New York: the scope and causes of the problem

Today, about 58 thousand people live on the streets of the Big Apple. Mostly in Manhattan, which spoils the look of the city. About this writes the author of the blog about New York, Milan Rudinskaya on Yandex.Zen. Homeless people are forced to sleep in cardboard boxes just ...

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