“It’s going to be a dramatic change,” AccuWeather senior meteorologist Paul Walker told The Post Monday, adding that there will be a 20-degree drop in daytime highs throughout the week and “nighttime lows are going to be a lot colder.”
Walker noted, “Thursday night is when the real cold” is predicted to strike the northeast, as a high-pressure storm system moves in from western Canada.
Meteorologists predict a high of 54 degrees for Thursday and a low of 34 with a chance of snow by the nighttime.
“There is a possibility that we could see a rain mixed in with some snow Thursday night as the front comes through,” Walker said.
Each month, writer and photographer Elyssa Goodman curates an excellent selection of writers for the Miss Manhattan Reading Series, one of the only such literary events in the city to focus exclusively on nonfiction. The November edition features When Brooklyn Was Queer author Hugh Ryan, who recently curated an exhibition of the same name for Brooklyn Historical Society, writer and translator Carina del Valle Schorske, Eater’s associate restaurant editor Monica Burton, and arts and culture writer Khalid El Khatib.
Monday, November 4th, 7:30 p.m. // Niagara, 112 Avenue A, Manhattan //Free
If you’d like that costume to get one final showing—particularly if it’s a pun—wear it out to the Halloween edition of Punderdome 3000, everyone’s favorite night of amateur wordsmithing. Hosted by Jo Firestone and her Rodney Dangerfield–impersonator dad, the show gives 12 contestants the chance to prove their
Linda Farmer bought tickets around Christmas to see Hugh Jackman in June at New York’s Madison Square Garden and booked a hotel nearby. Farmer had no idea that six months later, she’d be laying on what she said was a disgusting blanket in a dirty room.
“We go to the city a lot and stay overnight, but I’ve never experienced anything like this,” Farmer of Tannersville, Pennsylvania, told USA TODAY about her experience staying at the Hotel Pennsylvania in Midtown Manhattan on Friday. She and her fellow travelers said they discovered mold in not one, but two, hotel rooms and that their group wasn’t alone in complaining to hotel employees.
With a stay at Row NYC, you’ll be centrally located in New York, just a 4-minute walk from Broadway and 6 minutes by foot from Times Square. This 4-star hotel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Macy’s and 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from New York Public Library.