Newsom appoints former Los Angeles mayor to new post | New

LOS ANGELES — California Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday named former foe and rival Antonio Villaraigosa, the former mayor of Los Angeles, to a new position helping direct a source of federal dollars toward road, port and of public transport. These days, the two are more friends than foes. Newsom announced that Villaraigosa would assume … Read more

Squamish Nation development in Vancouver aims to add 10,000 residents, creating city’s densest community yet

The first phase of Squamish Nation development is scheduled to begin digging this fall. The next three phases, east of the bridge, will begin next, with the final phase beginning construction in 2025 and reaching occupancy in fall 2029.Handout In the narrow strip of land bordering Vanier Park on Kitsilano Point, there’s no sign it’s … Read more

Burnt Books is a secret bookstore hidden in a bodega in Greenpoint

New York City is full of speakeasies and hidden spots, and if you look closely, you might even find secret bookstores behind unassuming front doors. Burnt Books in Greenpoint is one such place. Located in a classic New York bodega called Green Discount Corp., this vintage bookstore can only be found if you’ve heard of … Read more

Seltzerland Fest is heading to New York this weekend

New Yorkers will soon be able to quench their thirst for alcoholic seltzer. A massive festival all about hard seltzer is coming to New York this weekend and will take over the Lower East Side waterfront from early afternoon until dark. The event, dubbed Seltzerland, will plant its roots on Pier 36 and the party … Read more

Alberta and the Siksika Nation call on Ottawa to remove roadblocks preventing the creation of a new Indigenous police force

A sign welcomes residents of the Siksika First Nation near Gleichen, Alberta on June 29, 2021.Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press The Government of Alberta and a First Nation in southern Alberta are calling on Ottawa to remove a roadblock preventing the creation of a new Indigenous police force. The Siksika Nation, 130 kilometers east of Calgary, … Read more

Alberta and the Siksika Nation call on Ottawa to remove roadblocks preventing the creation of a new Indigenous police force

A sign welcomes residents of the Siksika First Nation near Gleichen, Alberta on June 29, 2021.Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press The Government of Alberta and a First Nation in southern Alberta are calling on Ottawa to remove a roadblock preventing the creation of a new Indigenous police force. The Siksika Nation, 130 kilometers east of Calgary, … Read more

Modernist Sleeve House in New York Hudson Valley for sale

If you are looking for your dream home in the Hudson Valley, look no further. This unique and ultra-modern home, nicknamed the “Sleeve House”, is officially on the market. Listed by the Lillie K. team at Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty, the home offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms and 2,400 square feet of living space. … Read more

Gangs, guns and money: Newshub Nation’s panel of experts dissects the news of the week | Newshub Nation – Newshub

Gangs, guns and money: Newshub Nation’s panel of experts dissects the news of the week | News Center Nationnews center

Make yourself at home at Yours Truly Hotel in Washington, DC

Described as “sorta South American” – Malik resists boxing the kitchen too tightly, preferring instead to let the team do their job unconstrained – Mercy Me’s avant-garde menu travels across Latin America and the Caribbean, blending flavors with equal fluidity as its hall house transitions from daytime hangout to evening hotspot. Dishes on the menu … Read more

New Mexico Farmers Markets Accepting Digital Payments From Nutrition Fund Recipients and Senior Citizens | Health

According to a press release from the New Mexico Department of Health, recipients of state nutrition funding for women, infants, and children (WIC) and seniors will have an easier time paying for food on farmers markets this summer. With a new “one-of-a-kind” new payment system for market visitors and farmers, WIC attendees and seniors will … Read more