The donut poll at Zishe’s Homemade Bakery in Monsey, New York, is favoring Donald Trump to win the first presidential debate tonight.
The Mets crushed the Phillies 17-0 yesterday, but they weren’t the only ones who brought their A-game.
Lea Michele is single and ready to mingle with some of Hollywood’s most smoking celebrities.
On September 26 at 9:00 PM, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will take part in the first 2016 presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. The debate, moderated by NBC’s Lester Holt, will be broadly focused on the anodyne subjects of “America’s Direction,” “Achieving Prosperity,” and “Securing America,” which will each be debated over the course of two 15-minute intervals.
For someone who’s worked behind the scenes most of his life, Howard Zemsky’s now a very public figure. A Buffalo real-estate mogul whose tenacity convinced New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo to launch the Buffalo Billion – the now-controversial investment in the region – Zemsky heads Empire State Development, New York’s chief economic development agency. As the state’s growth czar, Zemsky has earned kudos for widescreen vision and tireless networking. But he’s also become a lightning rod for political sniping. With the Buffalo Billion under the cloud of a Federal patronage investigation – but his beloved Buffalo roaring back from years of decline – Zemsky spoke to the Forward from his New York City office.