Winter Observation

By at 15 January, 2009, 11:02 am

Photographs of snow fall in New York City

Read More >>

Wordless Wednesday: Republican National Convention 2004

By at 3 September, 2008, 12:00 am

When the RNC rolled into in NYC in 2004 New Yorkers were not happy. The police were on hand to get at the people and put them in line. Click on the title above for a view.

Read More >>

LICENSE 2 KILL

By at 27 November, 2007, 10:15 am

LICENSE 2 KILL (In Memory of Sean Bell) NO LONGER COMFORTED BY YOUR PRESENCE AS A PEOPLE…….RATHER CONFUSED BY YOUR PRESENCE ARE YOU HERE 2 HELP OR HURT THE ANSWER 2 THAT QUESTION COMES 2 LATE….. AFTER SHOTS ARE FIRED (50 TIMES) A LIFE IS SENSELESSLY LOST A FATHER GONE PARENTS LEFT BEHIND 2 MOURN […]

Read More >>

NYPD vs. Everyone Else: An Incident Worth Talking About

By at 7 May, 2007, 12:00 pm

I’ve had the opportunity to witness the NYPD at its finest. As I was walking through Times Square, with some folks, we saw a commotion across the street in front of Champs. All I could hear was, “look at those cops on that dude.” So there I went across the street camera in hand. Cause […]

Read More >>

Locked Up Too Long Says the NYCLU

By at 27 March, 2007, 7:00 pm

NYCLU reports people arrested by the NYPD are kept in lock up way too long. 16 years ago the New York State Court of Appeals ruled that arrestees must be arraigned within 24 hours. This isn’t the case according to the NYCLU. Detainees are being held up to 50 hours before seeing a judge. Click […]

Read More >>

MSG Riot Spills into Times Square

By at 21 March, 2007, 12:00 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HD8jVMlqhw8

Read More >>

Sean Bell vs. The City of New York

By at 20 March, 2007, 8:33 am

It isn’t the Black People vs. White People its more like Black vs. Blue. It isn’t Al Sharpton vs. NYPD but the Black Community/Human Rights vs. The City of New York/America. In a never ending battle for justice in the streets of the city we find ourselves as targets in the streets we use to […]

Read More >>

Mayor Bloomberg MIA: NYC Pissed Off

By at 17 March, 2007, 12:00 pm

While a Bronx blaze took the lives of nine people, eight of which were children, Mayor Bloomberg found himself in the warm climate of Miami. Did this sit well with New Yorkers who find it hard to believe that its own Mayor wouldn’t be on site lending his support, grief, and sympathy for the lives […]

Read More >>