NYC Jeweler Reports $150K Robbery Outside Famous Buddha-Bar

A Diamond District merchant apparently fell victim to a gang of armed robbers targeting the patrons of New York City’s fashionable nightspot – when he was stripped of nearly $150,000 worth of jewelry at gunpoint while leaving Manhattan’s famous Buddha-bar Had gone. TraxNYC owner Maqsood Agdjani told The Post on Monday that he was wearing … Read more

Suspect of jewelry theft shot by police in NYC

Police sources said a pair of burglars looking for luxury goods – and believed to be linked to last month’s Philip Chow shooting – were shot early Monday by police targeting patrons at another Manhattan hot spot. Sources said two armed men were hunting in their black BMWs outside a Chelsea restaurant Pergola when police … Read more

NYC politicians seek Rockefeller Center’s ‘permanent’ pedestrian zone

Two Manhattan executives want the most wonderful time of year to last all year in Midtown. Borough President Gail Brewer and Councilman Keith Powers have asked the city’s Department of Transportation to consider “permanent walking” of the streets around Rockefeller Center. Every year – with the exception of 2020 – huge crowds flock to 30 … Read more

NYPD Saves Hours of Raccoon Trapped on NYC Window

A rattle raccoon was trapped for hours on the fourth floor of Manhattan on Friday—pulling a large crowd of spectators into a bucket elevator before police were able to bring it down to safety. Police arrived at 21 West 16th Street around 1:30 p.m. when the masked robber apparently climbed the Chelsea Building’s drain pipe, … Read more

‘Shoeless’ photo signed by Joe Jackson fetches $1.47M at auction

Say it is so! A 1911 autographed photo of “Shoeless” Joe Jackson sold for $1.47 million in Manhattan on Thursday, the highest amount ever for an athlete’s signed photo. Smith, and inscribed by the infamous White Sox, made history on the Christie’s and Hunt auction block as part of the collection Extra Innings: A Private … Read more

The second victim of the accused subway shower warned of another attack

A Brooklyn woman who was allegedly thrashed three months ago by accused subway showerer Antonia Agegbara recalled on Thursday how she had warned officers not to let go of a “danger to society.” Jasmine Robles angrily said that 29-year-old Aggbara had only been charged with third-degree assault, a misdemeanor, after beating her on a Harlem … Read more

NYC Carmine hostess denies using racial slur during Wax Mandate attack

The Upper West Side restaurant hostess who was attacked by several tourists as she enforced the city’s vaccination mandate denied using a racial slur during the incident – and alleged that she did “unbelievable”. Three Texas women faced a year behind bars after being caught on camera assaulting an unidentified 24-year-old Carmine’s worker last month. … Read more

‘Emotionally disturbed person’ shot at cop in NYC: Police

Officers said an “emotionally disturbed person” opened fire on police while barricading a Harlem apartment on Wednesday morning. When police retaliated at around 8:30 a.m. in a fifth-floor apartment on West 147 Street near Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, an unidentified man opened fire, officials said. No one was hurt, the police said. The shooter … Read more