The American Atheists group that had hoped to erect a billboard in Hebrew and English saying “You know it’s a myth… and you have a choice” ran afoul of a higher power: The landlord.
“You know it’s a myth, and you have a choice.” That’s the message the American Atheists group is sending on two new billboards erected in the heart of two religious communities in our area.
A neighborhood feud has developed between cab drivers and residents on the Upper West Side. Cabbies say they are being targeted for their religion — and they’re fighting back.
Con Edison, which has been leasing the western half of the 51 Park Place building to the developer, is demanding $1.7 million from the developer after a new appraisal boosted rent to $47,000 a month from $2,700.
A mosque controversy is heating up in a New Jersey neighborhood, and many wonder if it’s due to traffic concerns or Muslim fears.
The property owners who want to build an Islamic cultural center and mosque two blocks from ground zero are suing previous owner Burlington Coat Factory.
For almost a decade, the anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks was marked by somber reflection and a call to unity, devoid of politics. Not this time.
American Muslims who support the proposed mosque and Islamic center near ground zero are facing some skeptics within their own faith.