Common sense says don't buy a 25-year-old sports car. Oh, shut up, common sense. If it's a Porsche 911 Carrera built between 1984 and 1989, it's a reasonable purchase for a weekend driver, and Loot is going to prove it to you.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines and US Airways Group Inc. should give up flights at Washington’s Reagan National Airport before U.S. regulators approve the carriers’ merger, a JetBlue Airways Corp. executive said.
It seems impossible: a dynamic, thought-provoking art show about the terrorist attacks on New York that’s likely to offend no one. Yet Peter Eleey, curator of the exhibition “September 11” at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, Queens, may have pulled off just that.
FreshDirect’s orange-and-green delivery trucks have ruled Manhattan’s double-parked streets for a decade, catering to New Yorkers too harried to schlep to the grocery store. Lately, its drivers have found themselves jockeying for space at the curb with vans from rival Peapod.
On his 56th birthday last week, Rory Anderson climbed into a white van in Queens, New York, bound for Sing Sing Correctional Facility, a maximum-security prison an hour north of the city where he had once been confined for 16 years.
Discount retailer Loehmann’s Inc. filed for Chapter 11 reorganization early yesterday morning and later in the day was given interim authority by the bankruptcy judge for $6 million in credit from a $45 million loan provided by Crystal Financial LLC, a pre-petition lender.