New York Law That Banned Getting a Shave or Haircut on Sundays Finally Repealed


In a press release issued by Andrew Cuomo’s office on Tuesday, the New York governor characterized the law as “archaic and meaningless.

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Nearly a century after it was passed, a law that banned residents of New York State from selling a shave or a haircut on Sundays has finally been repealed.

On Tuesday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo officially took the law off the books, calling it “an archaic and meaningless” piece of legislation “that makes little to no sense in the 21st century.” While he noted that the law was rarely enforced anymore, he said that he was “more than happy to sign this repeal into law and allow these businesses to determine what days they choose to operate,” according to a press release.

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July 13 (UPI) — A New York restaurant broke its tenth Guinness World Record with its latest menu item: a plate of French fries that costs $200.

Guinness announced Serendipity3, a restaurant on the Upper East Side in Manhattan, created the world’s most expensive French fries to coincide with Tuesday’s National French Fry Day.

The dish, titled Creme de la Creme Pommes Frites, features ingredients including Chipperbeck potatoes, Dom Perignon Champagne, J. LeBlanc French Champagne Ardenne Vinegar, cage-free goose fat from France, Guerande Truffle Salt, truffle oil, Crete Senesi Pecorino Tartufello cheese, shaved black summer truffles from Italy, truffle butter, organic A2 A2 100% grass fed cream from Jersey Cows, Gruyere Truffled Swiss Raclette and a topping of 23-karat edible gold dust.

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We’re Open: It’s Halloween year round at Beetle House NYC

EAST VILLAGE, Manhattan ‘ When Beetle House NYC first opened its doors in the East Village, the goal was pretty simple:

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From the whimsical cocktails to the spooky Tim Burton-inspired decor, it became a popular destination for Beetlejuice fans, and just about anyone looking for a memorable dining experience.

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‘I thought, you know, we’re going to open up again and we will be OK,’ Neil said. ‘The reality of what actually happened: we open on Oct. 28, and then just a few weeks later we got closed again.’

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‘We came up with ‘fire and ice’ ‘ it’s a real simple concept,’ he said. ‘So it’s literally ice cold drinks, we are cooling vodka to 0′ and pouring it into his hot cider drinks, we are serving hot Toddy’s and hot butter rum.’

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Date: 2021-01-12T20:35:11+00:00
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NJ Volunteer Charged $300 for Shovels for FL Condo Recovery

The wife of a New Jersey volunteer working at site of that Florida condo collapse says Home Depot reached out to apologize after her husband was charged full price for small shovels needed to sift through the rubble.

Candice Cummings Burke later took that post down, and wrote a new one saying someone from Home Depot reached out to apologize for the store manager’s response.

New Jersey send their elite team of rescue and recovery specialists to the site of the collapse last week. Many task force members have experience dealing with previous collapsed buildings. Some worked at the site of the World Trade Center after the 911 attacks.

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Date: 2021-07-08 05:38:23
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Tribute to Heroes! The New Jersey Korean War Memorial in AC

Many of you know a Korean War veteran, my Father served in the United States Navy during the war. Most Korean War Veterans are Fathers, Mothers and/or Grandparents as they are getting up in age. It is time for us to thank them for their contribution to keep freedom alive. There are many Korean War Veterans around New Jersey and the Nation and as they get older it’s nice to remember them.

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One way to honor and remember is to visit the ‘New Jersey Korean War Memorial in Atlantic City. I bring this up because I was just in Atlantic City on the Boardwalk when we stopped to look and remember Korean War Veterans at Brighton Park home to the memorial.

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Date: 2021-07-08 02:00:01
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