Residents are bracing for the worst, wondering whether measures taken so far are enough to keep devastation of the Queens community at bay.
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- Could the Rockaways Survive Another Sandy?
By LUIS FERRÉ-SADURNÍ - Thursday Jul 13, 2017
- Pink triangle rises again as symbol of pride for LGBT community
Saturday Jun 24, 2017
Pink triangle rises again as symbol of pride for LGBT community The pink triangle was first used by the Nazis during the Holocaust in concentration camps to identify LGBT prisoners, but has since been reclaimed by the LGBT community as a symbol of pride, said Patrick Carney, who hoisted the first pink triangle atop Twin Peaks in the dead of night in 1995. Volunteers on Saturday had on white T-shirts with a pink triangle and the words “Friends of the Pink Triangle” in pink letters. Hammers were strewn about as people finished setting up under the haze of the San Francisco fog and snacked on doughnuts and croissants. Not far away, the San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Freedom Band rehearsed, the melodic sounds of the trumpets and clarinets traveling through the area. Some people had on rainbow socks, rainbow hats and rainbow belts with pink balloons, carrying flowers in hand as bubbles floated in the air. Shortly after the volunteers completed their morning duties, Hannah Portner, 17, of Walnut Creek took a seat atop the triangle. “It was on my bucket list,” she said, brushing back her pink and blue hair from her eyes while she pulled out a black notebook from a paint-stained backpack. Under numerous pages titled “Life Goals,” Portner checked off the item she had scribbled down years before: to partake in the pink triangle’s assembling. At night, the triangle will be illuminated by a projector with videos of people’s lips blowing kisses to the world, a showing of love, Carney said. Trump “has allowed us to embrace and remember our core California values,” Wiener said, citing support for immigrant rights, the LGBT community, women and health care.
- Rockaway ferry stranding commuters on the dock
Wednesday Jul 26, 2017
To the Editor:Since its launch, the 2017 Rockaway ferry has been a huge success as far as ridership numbers (even more than I expected) but that is clearly still no excuse for leaving commuters at...
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- How I learned to stop worrying (mostly) and love my threat model
By Sean Gallagher - Saturday Jul 8, 2017
Reducing privacy and security risks starts with knowing what the threats really are.
- South Carolina cop survives shooting on video: 'Tell my family I love them' - NYPD officer shot in Brooklyn
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- Hall of Fame ceremony an emotional time for inductees
By JOHN KEKIS, AP Sports Writer - Monday Jul 31, 2017
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (AP) — "Pudge" Rodriguez stared out at his father, wiping away tears as he spoke."I love you with all of my heart," Rodriguez said. "If I'm a Hall of Famer, you're a Hall of Famer — double."Those words punctuated Rodriguez's speech as he was inducted Sunday into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Jeff Bagwell and Tim Raines, along with former commissioner Bud Selig and front-office guru John Schuerholz also were enshrined on a picture-perfect summer day in front of over 27,000 fans."It's always emotional when you see the fans cheering for you, and my whole family in front of me," Bagwell said. "I'm an emotional person. It's a dream just to be part of this beautiful group. Now I have that plaque forever. It's unbelievable.