Don't Bully Us Into Being Rated R

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This isn’t 1950 anymore where you can tell your child to ‘buck up’ when it comes to bullies. The bullying epidemic has reached untold proportions with an estimated 13 million children tormented annually by their peers. Now, director Lee Hirsh’s new film Bully is trying to combat bullying among children, but feels that the Motion [&hellip
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Don’t Bully Us Into Being Rated R

Written by admin on . Posted in Breaking News, Family, Lifestyle, NY Press Exclusive, Our Town Downtown

This isn’t 1950 anymore where you can tell your child to ‘buck up’ when it comes to bullies. The bullying epidemic has reached untold proportions with an estimated 13 million children tormented annually by their peers. Now, director Lee Hirsh’s new film Bully is trying to combat bullying among children, but feels that the Motion [&hellip
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Super Tuesday Hits with GOP Nomination Still Up For Grabs

Written by Andrew Rice on . Posted in Breaking News, NY Press Exclusive, Politics

This year, March 6 signals the coming of Super Tuesday in which the greatest number of states will hold their primaries and caucuses for the upcoming presidential election. Seven states will hold their primaries, and three will hold caucuses to determine the actions of delegates sent to the national convention. This will be a big [&hellip
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Get to Know: Bisco

Written by Noah Wunsch on . Posted in Arts & Film, Music, NY Press Exclusive

Bisco There’s a brain on a city wall. The wall is brick, but the red is shaded in white with electric green lighting bolts shooting out. That’s yours. That’s your brain. The potential it has to create. Just focus on it. Grab a paintbrush. Grab a can. Grab a mic, a pencil, a pen, anything. Get [&hellip
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Introducing The Darcy’s: The Latest Export From the Great White North

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If there were a guide book for creating a successful indie rock band, the first rule of thumb likely would read as such: “Whatever you do, do not attempt to cover the iconic bands of yesteryear, especially those which hold deeply nostalgic places in the hearts of music lovers around the world.” If this were [&hellip
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Introducing The Darcy's: The Latest Export From the Great White North

Written by Amy Michelle Smith on . Posted in Arts & Film, Music, NY Press Exclusive

The-Darcys-006 If there were a guide book for creating a successful indie rock band, the first rule of thumb likely would read as such: “Whatever you do, do not attempt to cover the iconic bands of yesteryear, especially those which hold deeply nostalgic places in the hearts of music lovers around the world.” If this were [&hellip
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See the World Through Max Weinman's Lens

Written by Noah Wunsch on . Posted in Film, NY Press Exclusive

IMG_1550 There are no explosions in Max Weinman’s films. There is no sex, except perhaps a sudden caught breath in a forest scene, which subconsciously represents the first flicker of lust. There’s no cursing. No drugs. Very few people. Talking. Sound. And with those qualities stripped we’re left with a beautiful commentary on wanderlust and an [&hellip
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If You Fall Off The (Health) Inspector's Horse, Try, Try Again

Written by Andrew Rice on . Posted in Breaking News, NY Press Exclusive

restaurant2 A recent report by political newspaper City and State revealed startling insight into the Department of Health’s letter-grading system. While 77 percent of restaurants garnered the coveted A grade, some have done so only after appealing their initial ranking. Points are awarded for differing health violations. Two points are deducted for minor problems such  as improper [&hellip
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