D’Angelo Russell introduced himself to New York City in grand style. Russell — who was playing for Highbridge the Label in the Dyckman streetball playoffs — hit the game-winning shot to lead his team to an 80-77 overtime victory over Strictly Business on Wednesday night. After the clutch shot, Russell was mobbed on the...
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- D’Angelo Russell mobbed by crowd after streetball game-winner
By Joseph Staszewski - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
- WeWork Raises $500 Million for Asian Expansion
Monday Aug 7, 2017
The New York-based shared-office-space didn’t identify investors in the funding, which is an addition to its announcement in late July of a $500 million funding round led by Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp. and China’s Hony Capita.
- Flash-mob robbers are nearly unstoppable
By Moneyish - Wednesday Aug 23, 2017
They know how to make a run for it. Manhattan police are on the lookout for a group of roughly 10 men who have robbed a slew of running stores in the city, according to ABC7 New York. In one incident this summer, the group burst into the Jack Rabbit Store on 63rd and 3rd...
- Train rider beaten after asking pot-smoking mob to knock it off
By Tamar Lapin - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017
A straphanger was clobbered by a pot-smoking mob when he asked them to stop puffing ganja aboard a Dallas train. Kennan Jones, 44, is still recovering from the Sunday night assault on a northbound DART train that left him blacked out with bruised ribs after a group of seven young men and women spit on...
- Officials respond after mob tears down confederate statue
By Todd Venezia, Chris Perez - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
Hours after an angry mob pulled down a statue honoring “Confederate Soldiers” at a court house in Durham, NC, officials in the county declined to criticize the protesters. In a statement titled “response to recent events in Durham” the Durham County’s public information office said only “Our elected officials and senior staff understand the unrest...
- Bakery scion gets probation for mob-linked drug trafficking ring
By Rebecca Rosenberg - Monday Sep 25, 2017
?The scion? of a ?famous old Manhattan bakery ?family ?was sentenced Monday to five years of probation in connection to a mobbed-up drug trafficking ring. Frank Parisi, 62, who works for Parisi Bakery, which has been in his family for four generations, was an alleged distributor for the $15 million marijuana operation headed by reputed...