Rivera also recorded a Facebook video urging folks to give to the Isabella Center’s “Gifts for Grandparents” wish list on Amazon. Washingtonians Genre Docu-reality Country of originated StatesOriginal language English No.
Of episodes11ProductionExecutive producers Beck Hickey Cheryl Corner Simulink Chris Line Christy Spitzer Craig Sloane George League Jana Button Jim Czarnecki Patrick Rear don Shane Wilson Shannon Fitzgerald ProductionsReleaseOriginal network MTV Picture format 480i (HDTV) 1080i (HDTV)Original release January 9 –March 13, 2013 (2013-03-13)External links Website The series follows the lives of nine primarily Dominican young adults who live in Washingtonians.
A TikTok who frames her account as the go-to for insider tips on the city has committed a cardinal New York sin: messing up key details about the Brooklyn Bridge. “Then, you get off at one of the most beautiful neighborhoods ever, which is Washingtonians, ” she said, meaning Brooklyn Heights, which is located more than a dozen miles from the Upper Manhattan enclave.
“I’m always saying one of my favorite things as a New Yorker is getting a ‘great view of the hall’ before I take 2-3 hours to cross the Brooklyn Bridge to Washingtonians (????!) So I can go to the beach in DUMBO Brooklyn,” said a Twitter user identified as Gus in a thread responding to this video and her other content.
“I’m so sorry if I mislead anyone.” She also attributed the subway station name error to TikTok’s time limits and said that the shots of the other nearby bridges in the background were “to provide the viewpoint one may experience.” Hodgson describes how engineer John A. Roe bling’s wife, Emily, had to take over the Brooklyn Bridge’s construction “because his toes got broken.
!” Others pointed out that the walk “Doesn’t take 2-3hrs” and, despite the number of positive comments thanking her for her tips, another plainly said: “All wrong.” Perhaps they’re talking about the end of the clip, which shows her recommending taking in the Central Park view from the roof of the recently reopened Met museum, where the sight line, she said, is incomparable.
It is named for Fort Washington, a fortification constructed at the highest natural point on Manhattan Island by Continental Army troops during the American Revolutionary War, to defend the area from the British forces. These fascinating black and white photos were taken by Winston Vargas that documented everyday life of Washingtonians in the 1970s.
On Thursday, the trailer dropped for In the Heights, the film adaptation of Miranda’s 2007 musical, starring Hamilton alum Anthony Ramos as Navy, a bodega owner in the Washingtonians neighborhood of New York City. It also follows Navy’s friends, like the sharp Benny (Corey Hawkins) and the smoldering Vanessa (Melissa Barrera).
Based on the trailer, In the Heights looks like it’s packed full of massive dance numbers, sparing no expense to capture the spirit of the original musical, which was nominated for 13 Tony's and won four back in 2008, including the best musical, the best original score, the best choreography, and best orchestrations. In the Heights is his biggest vehicle yet, cementing his status as Miranda’s onscreen heir apparent.
Fully furnished, this colorful unit is decorated with a lot of taste, and it features a large and separate windowed kitchen, Wi-Fi access, and a windowed bathroom with a very nice bathtub. They are: JP, aspiring rapper, self-appointed keeper of the peace among the friends; hot-tempered Reyna; Frankie, a spoken-word performer and close pal of Taylor; Jimmy, aspiring pro baseball player; Ludwig, an artist; Eliza, into fashion (and Ludwig); Rico, JP's closest friend; and Fred, also into fashion.
Meanwhile, “Buck wild” -- which is more conspicuously “Jersey Shore,” although set in West Virginia -- is about a bunch of pals who raise hell, party and rile the neighbors. They are: good of' boy Chain; Anna, aka “the Ringleader”; tomboy Ashley; She, looking for eligible bachelors and vice versa; Joey, who's called “Justin Beaver” because, well, who knows why; redhead Cara, another wild child; Tyler, the pretty boy; Katie, on the cautious side; and Salsa, eldest of the group.
MY SAY The yin and yang of post-”Jersey Shore” MTV is pretty much bound up in a pair of newcomers -- “Buck wild,” which launched last week, and Washingtonians, ” arriving Wednesday. They're opposites in tone, style and geography (West Virginia versus Manhattan), though both offer the same implicit promise, which is that if you watch just long enough, and through enough commercial breaks, a couple of women will get into a wild, drunken, hair-pulling fight.
“NBC News saw the death of Trayvon Martin not as a tragedy but as an opportunity to increase ratings, and so set about to create the myth that George Zimmerman was a racist and predatory villain,” Zimmerman said in the complaint, filed Thursday in Seminole County, Fla., near Orlando. NBC “pounced on the Zimmerman/Martin matter because knew this tragedy could be, with proper denationalization and manipulation, a racial powder keg that would result in months, if not years, of topics for their failing news programs, particularly the plummeting ratings for their ailing ‘Today Show,’ the suit alleges.
Zimmerman is seeking an undisclosed amount of money in the lawsuit, which also names as defendants the NBC correspondents Ron Allen and Lilia Rodriguez Luciano, as well as Jeff Burnside, a reporter for the NBC-owned station in Miami. Luciano, Burnside and an NBC producer were fired after a network investigation determined that the 911 tape had been edited.
“We strongly disagree with the accusations made in the complaint,” NBC Universal said Thursday afternoon in a statement, adding: “There was no intent to portray Mr. Zimmerman unfairly. Among CBS’s other midseason announcements Thursday, the new cop drama “Golden Boy” is getting the time slot of the canceled “Made in Jersey”: Fridays at 9 p.m., starting March 8.
“Golden Boy” will first warm up with two Tuesday outings in “Vegas’s” 10 p.m. time slot, where it will have the lead-in power of the “NCIS” franchise at its back, on Feb. 26 and March 5. “Golden Boy” is about the meteoric rise of an ambitious cop named Walter Clark Jr.
“I moved here (from New Jersey) right when I started high school, so eight years. “I'm a senior at Manhattan College, majoring in English, so I don't know exactly what I want yet.
“When you first meet me, I can be really quiet, but the more comfortable I get, the crazier I get. “One of my pet peeves is when people try to look sexy while holding a baby ...
Plus, he's been taking acting classes: “I felt I could challenge myself and my mind more.” “Both in acting class and in life, one major thing I had trouble doing was letting go of my ego.
I live with my grandpa, grandma, uncle, mom, sister, dog. “My short-term goal would be to get back into school for art.
“Skateboarding is one of my favorite things to do, checking out museums and galleries around the city, looking up weird things on the Internet.” “I lived with Jimmy (in Washingtonians) for two years, but now I'm back in Jersey.
I've been finishing Lauren Conrad's collection.” “I was working at American Apparel and going to school for business.
I wasn't good at drawing before, but I improved my skills a ton. But other than that, improving the relationship with my brother to build something we never had.
“I want to put my story, how I feel, into music. “Very outgoing, a firecracker, protective of my friends, a very happy person.