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Is 70 M.P.H. the New 65? Legislators Say N.Y. Roads Are Just Too Slow.
GUILDERLAND, N.Y. — Standing outside the Guilderland Travel Plaza and waiving his right against self-incrimination, Ryan Lynch said what many drivers on the New York State Thruway have signaled for years: They can’t drive 65. “ I try and stay around 80,” said Mr. Lynch, 22, a student at Rochester Institute of Technology who was midway through a six-hour trek home to central Massachusetts on a recent afternoon. “People want to go where they’re going.” Mr. Lynch was just one of several motorists interviewed during a recent pit stop who said they liked the idea of a new state bill that would raise the speed limit on some of the state’s major highways to 70 miles per hour, a five m.p.h increase that would bring New York in line with many other states . Indeed, only a handful of states — including many of New York’s Northeastern neighbors — cap the limit at 65, something that Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara says doesn’t take into account major advances in automotive … [Read more...] about Is 70 M.P.H. the New 65? Legislators Say N.Y. Roads Are Just Too Slow.
New York Put Recovering Virus Patients in Hotels. Soon, 4 Were Dead.
When Robert Rowe Jr. was discharged from the hospital this month after testing positive for the coronavirus, he needed a place to stay so he would not put his 84-year-old father at risk. New York City health officials put him up at a three-star hotel in Midtown Manhattan. The room was provided under a city program that was intended to protect recovering patients’ families and roommates. Case workers are supposed to check on the patients twice a day by telephone. But on Saturday, Mr. Rowe, 56, was found dead in his room at the Hilton Garden Inn on West 37th Street, nearly 20 hours after a city worker last phoned him, though it was unclear whether he picked up. Two other men sent to the same hotel — Julio Melendez, 42, and Sung Mo Ping, 64 — also died last weekend, and a fourth man in the program died early this month at a Queens hotel. The deaths exposed holes in the way the city monitors isolated patients and underscored the difficulty in containing the outbreak in New … [Read more...] about New York Put Recovering Virus Patients in Hotels. Soon, 4 Were Dead.
Review/Film; New York as Magic, Money and Mom
See the article in its original context from March 1, 1989 Section Page Buy Reprints View on timesmachine TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. About the Archive This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems; we are continuing to work to improve these archived versions. New York, on the evidence of ''New York Stories,'' is a place of magical coincidences, a place where the most daring dreams of wealth, ambition and psychic well-being can come true. It's a place shaped by success, which can take many forms. It is, for instance, the kind of place where Woody Allen, Francis Coppola and Martin Scorsese might join forces to make a film together, simply … [Read more...] about Review/Film; New York as Magic, Money and Mom
‘New York Burning’: Gotham Witch Hunt
NEW YORK BURNING Liberty, Slavery, and Conspiracy in Eighteenth-Century Manhattan. By Jill Lepore. Illustrated. 323 pp. Alfred A. Knopf. $26.95. As the spectacle of the Salem witch trials played out in Massachusetts in 1692, concluding with the execution of 20 innocents, New Yorkers, indulging a finer sense of civilization, condemned the hysterical confessions and lethal injustice of their New England cousins. All the more stunning, then, that half a century later, New York underwent its own bout of hysteria, outstripping Salem in both body count and self-righteous malice. In 1741, a "witch hunt" in Manhattan put 30 slaves and four whites to death by gibbet and burning at the stake. The government-run frenzy was driven by fears and rumors not of witches but of a slave revolt. It was conducted at City Hall in a star chamber proceeding fed by a fanatical prosecutor and his informer-driven roundups. The slaves were reduced to pleading for life, not liberty. The fact that such … [Read more...] about ‘New York Burning’: Gotham Witch Hunt
Morris: Media Salivate for Conflict at New York Republican Demonstration
Hordes of thirsty journalists and cameramen from local, national, and international media outlets gathered Monday evening outside the New York County Criminal Court, clamoring for content at a demonstration by the New York Young Republican Club (NYYRC) in support of former President Donald Trump. The event, which consisted of not more than a few dozen members of the populist conservative club — a handful wearing “Make America Great Again” caps, and some waving American flags — was mobbed by media, outnumbering actual demonstrators at least 2:1, in a shameless bid for politics porn ahead of the expected arraignment of the former President. The group stood around, mingling amongst themselves and mostly ignoring the news outlets circling around them shoving lights, mics, and cameras in their faces. Journalists photograph a demonstrator protesting outside of the Criminal Courts Building as the grand jury continues to hear evidence against former President Donald Trump on March … [Read more...] about Morris: Media Salivate for Conflict at New York Republican Demonstration