We bring you an early special edition of Monday's New York Today to help you prepare for the storm.
Weather: Your day is all about snow.
Up to 10 inches are expected According to the city administration to accumulate Sunday evening and Monday in the area of New York City 7 clock in the morning.
All public schools in New York City are closed on Monday. The City University of New York also announced that it will be closed.
"Snowfall predicted – we see six to ten inches, but it could easily come up to 10 inches or more," said the mayor.
Watch out for ice, especially on slippery roads and sidewalks wintry mix of rain and snow fell on Sunday night in the city.
"It will be treacherous outside," said Steven Costas, first deputy commissioner of the New York Sanitation Department, on the Sunday before 19659003] The governor of New Jersey was declared a state of emergency at 15.00 Sunday
"Traveling could be very difficult," said the National Weather Service. "The Dangerous Bedin Conditions may affect travelers traveling on Sunday evenings and commuting to Monday morning. "
The temperature sank on Sunday evening into the low 30s, but the windchill leaves the outside feeling like the low 20s or teenagers Act.
How Cuomo (still) was washing Amazon
Last year, Amazon announced it would do so Opening a large campus in New York City.
On Valentine's Day the whole thing was shut down.
Then Governor Cuomo started a campaign to get her back.
You Should Know:
• The Times broke the news that Mr. Cuomo had been talking to several Amazon executives over the past two weeks, including Jeff Bezos, the owner of the company. That they have even accepted his calls after the collapse of the deal is a glimmer of hope for the followers.
• The Times also reported that a prominent critic of the plan, State Senator Michael Gianaris, would no longer join an obscure state panel could give him a veto over the deal. Queens Senator Leroy Comrie recently replaced Mr. Gianaris as a candidate for the panel known as the Public Controls Control Board.
• The following day broke the news, published a full-page ad in The Times, signed by more than 70 prominent supporters, urging Mr. Bezos to rethink this. The ad said Mr. Cuomo would "take personal responsibility for approving the project through the project."
• On the day the ad was published, Mr. Cuomo said in a radio interview that Mr. Gianaris and another prominent critic of the agreement, Councilman, Jimmy Van Bramer, "were irrelevant because the state can do otherwise."
• As one Albany reporter humorously noted, Mr. Cuomo's latest push seemed to resemble an article in the satirical news paper The Onion. He imagined the governor furiously chasing down a sedan with Mr. Bezos.
The Snack: This is not just about Amazon. The company has not commented and Mr. Cuomo said he has no reason to believe the deal is back. But Mr. Cuomo signals to other companies: New York is still prepared for job creation opportunities.
From The Times
• Modern Love: Actor Andrew Rannells wanted to become a Broadway star during his acquaintance with the contest.
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The Mini-Crossword: Here's the riddle of today.
What we read
• Again: Another elite school, another racist controversy. This time in Brooklyn Heights. [Daily News]
• Chief of Staff of A.O.C .: A conservative group claimed that the Chief of Staff of MEP Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had evaded the electoral fiat law. [New York Post]
• Rezoning: Artists in NoHo and SoHo are concerned that the planned redevelopment of neighborhoods will lead to shifts. [Curbed]
• Backstory: The film "Green Book" was based on real events that began in New York City. [WNYC]
Because of the winter storm it is best to test before you go.
Every Monday during the Women's History Month, the branch of the Hamilton Fish Library will display a video about pioneering women starting today with "Hidden Figures". 11:00 [Free]
A night of BBQ and board games at Queens Bully in Forest Hills. 6 pm [Free with food or drink purchase]
The Dance Department of the New York Public Library celebrates its 75th anniversary at the Bruno Walter Auditorium on the Upper West Side. 6 pm [Free]
An interactive puppet show on the New York subway at the William Vale Hotel in Williamsburg. 4 pm [$20, includes complimentary wine]
– Iman Stevenson
The events may change, so you should check that again. For more events, see The Exit Guide of The Times Culture Pages.
And finally: Mardi Gras and Royal Cakes
Mardi Gras ending on Tuesday is a celebration of the Decadent. That's New York.
And yet, Mardi Gras's famous dessert – the royal cake – has never really arrived in New York.
The cakes are big yeast cakes (more like a cinnamon bun than a birthday cake) with icing and sparkling crumble. A plastic baby is hidden in the loaf. Who holds the figure with the figure in hand, is on this day "king" and obliged to host the carnival party next year.
"No one has a royal cake" in New York, the living restaurateur St. John Frizell said in New Orleans for a decade before moving here in 1999.
He surpassed but little. A handful of New York businesses sell it, including Whole Foods and some chic bakeries.
But it's hard to find a good cake . One man jokingly wrote on Twitter that he gave up his job "to open a full-time cake bakery in New York because I can not find a single place that reliably sells them."
Meanwhile It's too late to order real things from New Orleans. And even the delicious-looking deputies offered by the Donut Plant are somehow not quite the same.
When asked if he served King Cake at his restaurant in Red Hook, Mr. Frizell laughed. 19659003] "You would never see it in a restaurant," he said. "They do not want to experience it for the taste, but for the feeling of sharing with friends and family during the carnival season."
If you're looking to make a royal cake for your house party, try this New York Times Cooking recipe for up to 12 people.
It's Sunday – stir something for your friends.
Thinking of our bank
Today I thought of our bank in Central Park,
The opposite of the field with smudges, each one Gust of wind seemed to catch.
The one on which we said this very sad farewell
] That hovered in the air,
Along with the others goodbye
On this bench
In this park
In this city ,
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