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June 22nd, 2017 by admin

Tiny bloodsucking bedbugs have become an epidemic in New York City over the last decade. The little pests have invaded even the cleanest and most expensive apartments in neighborhoods around Manhattan. Here’s everything you need to know about bedbugs in NYC:

A bedbug is a wingless, rust-colored insect about the size of an apple seed. Bedbugs are nocturnal parasites, which means they rest during the day and come out to dine on the blood of humans at night.

Bedbugs are attracted by human body heat and the carbon dioxide that we breathe out, and typically favor feasting on our shoulders and arms (ewww).

During feeding, the bedbug’s proboscis pierces the skin of its victim, injecting bedbug saliva (double ewww); they typically feed for 5 to 10 minutes at a time. As the little critter fills with blood, its coloring changes from light brown to rust-red.

If you’re on the lookout, bedbugs typically hide in cracks and crevices. They especially love to live in bedding and on mattresses, where they have easy access to food (that means you). Other living areas favored by bedbugs include:

Aside from those telltale bites (see below), other signs that bedbugs may have moved in include:

Bedbugs are rarely seen in action by their human victims. The first signs of a bedbug infestation are usually bites.

Bedbug bites are generally painless, though itchy and annoying. They tend to start as swollen weals, then fade to red marks and gradually disappear over a few days.

Experts suggest washing bedbug bites with antiseptic soap to avoid infection. The itching can be treated with calamine lotion or anesthetic creams.

Bedbugs often spread by hitching rides on people’s clothing or bags. They jump from host to host when people brush up against each other in crowds (yet another reason to keep your distance on the subway).

They also spread through mattresses. Reconditioned mattresses, which are refurbished old mattresses, often spread bedbugs into stores and homes. In addition, bedbugs can spread when old and new mattresses are transported in the same truck.

Experts say bedbugs have been all but dormant for decades. The recent comeback is said to be primarily the result of increased global travel, along with the banning of potent pesticides like DDT.

Getting rid of bedbugs can be tricky, and in most cases, it’s necessary to hire a professional. A qualified exterminator can use stronger insecticides to kill the bedbugs. Repeat visits may be necessary to ensure that all bedbugs are eliminated, considering that in proper conditions, adult bedbugs can survive without a meal for a year or longer.

However, these annoying pests can be eliminated.

Here are some do-it-yourself methods you can try in addition to calling the exterminator:

— Updated by Elissa Garay

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June 22nd, 2017 by admin

We are acting out of an abundance of caution and asking you to work from home tomorrow to give facilities the chance to deal with this in the fastest and environmentally safest manner, chief communications officer Carole Robinson wrote in an email to staff, Poynter reported.

In a post entitled BuzzFeed Has A Bed Bugs Outbreak And Were All Being Totally Mature About It, the company attemptsto make light of the situation by posting a series of memes and photos of staff dealing with the situation.

We have every expectation that it will be all clear to re-enter the office and resume normal course of business by Friday morning, Robinson added.

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June 22nd, 2017 by admin

On Sunday night’s episode of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver targeted the coal industry. Now they are striking back. In the episode, he pleaded with President Trump to “stop lying to coal miners” about his ability to revive the shrinking industry. Oliver also targetedBob Murray, the notoriously litigious CEO of Murray Energy, even though he knew he was likely to be sued for doing so, as the company sent the show a cease-and-desist order before the episode even aired.

Murray runs the country’s largest privately owned coal company, Murray Energy Corporation, and has sued media companies in the past, including recently filing a libel suit againstthe New York Times.Despite that cautionary tale, on the June 18 episode of Last Week Tonight,Oliver said Murray doesn’t do enough to protect his miners’ safety. He illustrated that point witha government report that concluded thatthe collapse of one of Murray’s mines in Utah, which killed nine people, was due tounauthorized mining practices, while Murray claims the collapse actually happened because of an earthquake.

A legal complaint filed on June 21 in the circuit court of Marshall County, West Virginia, states thatOliver and his team “executed a meticulously planned attempt to assassinate the character of and reputation of Mr. Robert E. Murray and his companies,” They called the segment a “callous, vicious, and false attack” that “childishly demeaned and disparaged” Murray, “a 77-year old citizen in ill health,” which they claim caused “emotional and physical distress and damage.”The complaint also says Murray’s legal team tried to share studies with Oliver’s staff thatproved an earthquake was responsible for the mine collapse, but were ignored.

HBO, however, stands by Oliver and his team.”We have confidence in the staff of Last Week Tonight and do not believe anything in the show this week violated Mr. Murray’s or Murray Energy’s rights,” HBO said in a statement to Fast Company.

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1. Disgruntled man releases bedbugs in Maine city office

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — The city manager in Augusta, Maine, says the municipal office building had to be sprayed for bedbugs after a man threw a cup of the pests onto an office counter and about 100 of them scattered off.

City Manager William Bridgeo tells the Kennebec Journal (http://bit.ly/2sySI9f) the man apparently complained Friday to the code enforcement office about bedbugs at his former apartment then left, but returned after he showed the cup of bugs to a manager at his new apartment and was told he couldn’t live there.

Bridgeo says the man let the bugs loose in the General Assistance Office where he asked for a form to request assistance and apparently was told he didn’t qualify.

Police didn’t immediately release the man’s name or say if any charges would be filed.

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2. Man flashing money on Facebook Live arrested on drug charges

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man joyfully flashing money live on the internet got a sudden surprise when police officers barged in and arrested him for allegedly selling drugs.

A man identified by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office as 22-year-old Breon Hollings went on Facebook Live to show friends a handful of money, saying, “It don’t stop, man, it don’t stop.”

He then retrieves more money from another room and starts shuffling it when he hears Jacksonville officers warning over a loudspeaker they are about to raid the house. A stunned Hollings runs out of the room. Seconds later, officers barge in. Hollings was arrested off camera.

Hollings faces numerous drug charges and was being held on $425,000 bail Saturday. It could not be determined if he has an attorney.

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3 .Convenience store Dawa agrees to change name after Wawa suit

PATERSON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey convenience store called Dawa has agreed to change its name after a lawsuit from Wawa, according to recently filed court documents.

The stores agreed that the Paterson-based store would change its name, though the filing doesn’t specify what it will be called, according to a proposed order filed in U.S. District Court.

Pennsylvania-based Wawa has more than 700 convenience stores in six states and filed a trademark infringement lawsuit earlier this year against Dawa, saying it’s taking advantage of Wawa’s hard-earned reputation.

“Dawa” is a casual way to say “come in” in Korean and is interpreted to mean “welcome.”

Dawa owner Mike Han said in February that he used the name because everyone is welcome there.

A message left for Han on Sunday was not returned.

But Wawa spokeswoman Lori Bruce said at the time that the company has an obligation to protect the brand name and ensure consumers aren’t confused. She said the company reached out to the store multiple times to try to resolve the matter privately.

“We wish them nothing but success,” she said. “Just without our name included.”

Wawa’s name is derived from the Lenape tribe’s word for Canada goose

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4. Inmate planned to escape prison in box, buried in sawdust

AUBURN, N.Y. (AP) — An inmate at a maximum-security prison claimed he repeatedly practiced a daring escape plan involving a coffin-like box hidden under tons of sawdust and that guards never noticed what he was up to.

Gordon “Woody” Mower, who is serving a life sentence without parole for killing his parents two decades ago, told The Post-Standard of Syracuse (http://bit.ly/2svJLOB) that he practiced escaping Auburn Correctional Facility 50 times before guards discovered his plan in April 2015 – two months before two convicted killers cut their way out of a different maximum-security prison in upstate New York.

Mower said his plan involved being buried alive in a bottomless 3-foot by 4-foot wooden box under a big mound of sawdust produced by the prison’s woodworking shop, where furniture is made. The sawdust is hauled away regularly in a tractor-trailer by a local farmer who uses it as horse bedding. Mower said the plot failed when another inmate tipped off guards.

The newspaper reported Monday that the planned escape was confirmed by prison records sent to Mower’s lawyers at Prisoners Legal Services. Karen Murtagh, executive director of the Albany-based agency, said Mower approved the records release to the newspaper.

The Department of Corrections and Community Supervision neither confirmed nor denied details in Mower’s story. Thomas Mailey, a department spokesman, said the agency “continues to review its policies and procedures and make significant improvements to enhance the safety and security in New York’s correctional facilities.”

Mower was 18 when he used a .22-caliber rifle to murder his parents in March 1996 inside their home in rural Richfield Springs. Mower said he hatched a plan while serving his sentence at Auburn, the state’s oldest prison at 199 years old. He has since been transferred to the maximum-security prison in Elmira.

Mower claimed he compiled information on the routines of prison guards overseeing the farmer’s weekly visits. He said another inmate who helped design the scheme would use a small tractor with a front-end loader to put the box on the farmer’s truck, then cover the box with tons of sawdust.

Mower said he would have worn googles and a protective mask from another prison workshop. After the truck left the prison, he said he planned to pull himself free from under the sawdust. He said he was injured several times during dry runs of the escape when the box collapsed under the weight of the sawdust, but the guards never noticed anything unusual.

“Where were the corrections officers?” Mower told The Post-Standard. “How did we build all this stuff, get buried alive and nobody sees or says anything?”

Mower said another inmate alerted guards to the plan on April 3, 2015.

On June 6, 2015, Richard Matt and David Sweat escaped the Clinton Correctional Facility in northern New York by using tools provided by a prison employee to cut their way through their prison cell wall and gain access to the prison’s underground infrastructure. Matt was fatally shot by a U.S. Border Patrol officer three weeks later. Sweat was rearrested and wounded by a state trooper two days after that.

Their escape, which touched off the largest manhunt in New York history, was even more embarrassing for state prison officials when it was revealed that prison tailor shop employee Joyce Mitchell provided Matt and Sweat with tools that a guard unwittingly delivered to the inmates. Matt and Sweat also were able to practice their escape without guards noticing.

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5. Man jumps into moving car to save driver having a seizure

DIXON, Ill. (AP) — Authorities have hailed a northern Illinois man a hero after he jumped through the open window of a moving car to save the driver, who was having a seizure.

Randy Tompkins, of Dixon, was driving his truck Friday afternoon when he spotted a car driving in the wrong lane heading right at him. He jumped from his truck and through the passenger window of the slowly moving car. He put two fingers into the convulsing driver’s mouth to prevent him from swallowing his tongue.

The incident was captured by a police dashcam . Police praised the 39-year-old Tompkins as a hero for coming to the aid of a “complete stranger.”

Police haven’t released the name of the driver, who was taken to a hospital as a precaution.

Dixon is about 100 miles (160 kilometers) west of Chicago

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6. Artist uses felt to recreate New York City grocery store

NEW YORK (AP) — If the hot dogs in this New York City bodega feel a little, well, soft and squishy, don’t worry, it’s not a health hazard. It’s art.

A British artist has recreated the contents of a city bodega entirely in felt, the soft material usually favored by the school-going set. Lucy Sparrow’s “8 Till Late” opened to the public in a 1,200-square-foot space at The Standard hotel on Manhattan’s west side on Monday and runs through June 30.

Sparrow handmade the 9,000 items in the installation, covering practically everything you might find in the small stores that are synonymous with New York City – there are felt jars of peanut butter and jelly as well as packages of white bread; felt pizza slices and pretzels on the felt grill along with felt hot dogs; felt boxes of detergent and a felt fridge filled with felt ice cream.

The artist has been working in felt for years and says the material “evokes nostalgia with people.”

The New York City exhibit follows a similar one Sparrow created in London, called “The Cornershop.” The point of both, she said, was to generate conversation about what is lost when small mom-and-pop stores like bodegas fade away, often with chain stores coming in as replacements.

“A sense of community is being lost when these places disappear,” she said.

Sparrow said it took several months to make all the items, working for 16 hours every day toward the end of her production period. Among her favorite items in the shop are the sausages and other products in the meat case, all of which have eyes and faces.

“It’s very cute but sort of gruesome at the same time,” she said.

And in the interests of verisimilitude, she of course included that mainstay of the bodegas, the cat that can usually be seen lolling on a pallet of cans or strolling through the aisles.

“I had at least 20 people say to me that having a bodega cat was probably the most important thing about this installation,” Sparrow said, “so I had to get that right.”

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7.Mom spends $25K on exotic cars, sand, camel for son’s prom

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — One Philadelphia teenager’s mom took his prom to the extreme, spending $25,000 on a camel, three tons of sand and exotic cars. He brought three dates , all in custom-made gowns, and wore three different outfits himself.

Saudia Shuler says she had thought of sending her only son, Johnny Eden Jr., to Dubai for a visit. Instead, she decided to bring Dubai to Philadelphia for the formal dance.

She brought the sand and the camel into their neighborhood for photos. Luxury cars , including a Rolls Royce and a Lamborghini, were on loan for the evening.

Shuler says it was all worth it. She says she fought cancer and suffered from a stroke in the past few years. She told herself if she was going to make it, she would put on a big prom for her son.

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8. Idaho woman finds 1938 Nazi explosive in parents’ shed

MERIDIAN, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho woman said she discovered a Nazi explosive as she was helping her parents clean out their shed.

Diana Landa identified the artifact by a Nazi insignia and the year 1938 etched on the bottom of it. It still had a propellant on it, she said.

Landa’s parents have lived in their Meridian home for 25 years. They said they hardly used the old shed they cleaned out last week. They have no idea where the explosive came from and how it got there.

Landa brought the bomb back to her home in Kuna, Idaho, and had planned to keep the artifact or donate it to a museum. But a co-worker recommended she talk to experts first.

“He’s, like, really into history,” Landa said of the co-worker. “He was saying it could be an explosive and how unstable these things can be if they’re old.”

Landa had been keeping the item in her own shed, but she worried about what might happen to her neighbors if her co-worker was right.

The Mountain Home Air Force Base bomb squad confirmed her co-worker’s suspicions. The squad arrived to Landa’s home on Thursday and X-rayed the device. The team identified it as a World War II-era 37-mm German round that “was found to be hazardous” and has since destroyed it via detonation, according to a public affairs spokeswoman for the base.

Landa shared the news of her discovery on Facebook. She considered it “a once-in-life-time-experience.”

“It’s a little scary,” she said. “Now I think about it, we should’ve been more careful. But we didn’t know anything about weapons.”

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9. W. Virginia firefighters rescue truckload of abandoned pigs

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) A truckload of pigs wasnt ready to become bacon, despite being parked in the hot sun for hours in West Virginia.

Bystanders called the fire department Friday after spotting 165 panting pigs in a seemingly abandoned tractor-trailer outside a Long John Silver restaurant.

The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported that firefighters doused the pigs with water to keep them cool, and had the truck towed to a shady spot until the Ohio trucking company comes to retrieve the animals.

The newspaper identified the driver as 55-year-old Keith Stikeleather, who said its his second week on the job. He said he went for a walk and lost track of time.

Department Assistant Fire Chief Rob Sutler said the pigs appeared healthy but would need to regain the weight they sweated off.

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10 Large part of small Wyoming town sells for $500,000

ALADDIN, Wyo. (AP) A big part of a small Wyoming town sold at auction for a price lower than expected.

Aladdin is home to 15 people near the South Dakota line. Up for sale Friday were the town store, liquor license, post office, gas station, a two-bedroom home, an outbuilding and a seven-unit mobile home park.

A 17-acre (6.8-hectare) tract also was included in the package bid of $500,000 by Maynard Rude and son Lee Rude of Piedmont, South Dakota, the Casper Star-Tribune reported (http://bit.ly/2qMUGX9).

Another bidder bowed out at $490,000, leaving the Rudes with no competitors.

We obviously didnt think it was going to go this cheap. I was thinking at least $750,000 to $800,000, Lee Rude said.

Owners Rick and Judy Brengle also expected a higher price.

I thought it would probably start there instead of end there, Rick Brengle said. It was an absolute roll of the dice.

A cafe and motel offered separately by another couple failed to sell after a few bids.

The store, considered one of the best preserved of five surviving Wyoming roadside mercantiles, was built 125 years ago when a nearby coal mine supported a town population of about 200.

The mine closed, but the store remained a popular stop for ranchers checking their mail, tourists headed to Devils Tower National Monument, and bikers rumbling to the huge annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota.

Pearl Jensen, 84, has greeted customers at the town store for more than 40 years and worked for the Brengles more than 30 years.

I just feel like Ive tried to put it in Gods hands, Jensen said. If Im still going to have a job, thats fine, if not, thats fine too.

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Information from: Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune, http://www.trib.com

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Disgruntled man releases bedbugs in Maine city office – KBTV Fox 4 Beaumont

June 6th, 2017 by admin

The city manager in Augusta, Maine, says the municipal office building had to be sprayed for bedbugs after a man threw a cup of the pests onto an office counter and about 100 of them scattered off. (Courtesy William Bridgeo)

The city manager in Augusta, Maine, says the municipal office building had to be sprayed for bedbugs after a man threw a cup of the pests onto an office counter and about 100 of them scattered off.

City Manager William Bridgeo tells the Kennebec Journal the man apparently complained Friday to the code enforcement office about bedbugs at his former apartment then left, but returned after he showed the cup of bugs to a manager at his new apartment and was told he couldn’t live there.

Bridgeo says the man let the bugs loose in the General Assistance Office where he asked for a form to request assistance and apparently was told he didn’t qualify.

Police didn’t immediately release the man’s name or say if any charges would be filed.

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June 5th, 2017 by admin

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A $2000 Room and Stale Pastry? When Luxury Travel Goes Awry – New York Times

March 11th, 2017 by admin

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Such problems do not rise to the horror of bedbugs in the sheets. But with sky-high room rates … David Fox, a vascular surgeon in Manhattan, was relaxing over lunch during a medical conference at the Palazzo hotel in Las Vegas. He ordered a favorite

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Bed Bugs Center – Manhattan, KS – MedicineNet

March 10th, 2017 by admin

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Shocking video reveals horrific bug infestation in top hotel – Daily Star

March 10th, 2017 by admin

A HORRIFIED couple had their romantic weekend destroyed when they lifted up their mattress to find thousands of disgusting bugs crawling inside.

The duo had gone away for the man’s birthday when they discovered a shocking creepy crawly crime scene in the bed they were sharing.

Stomach-churning video available above shows the man enter his room on the fifth floor, lift up the mattress and film the bed bugs within.

He tells the camera: “Look at this. An infestation where my girlfriend slept last night.”

Thousands of huge bugs the size of a smaller finger can then be seen crawling inside and over the mattress.

“This is no joke. This is Manhattan. I can’t believe it. This is the third room we’ve been in after two without heaters.

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This place is going to have a health inspection and I hope no one ever stays here again

“They’re everywhere on the bed.

“This place is going to have a health inspection and I hope no one ever stays here again.”

He then walks into the couple’s en suite bathroom where his girlfriends stands in a bra sporting horrific bites as a result of the bugs.

The man continues: “She has a rash all down her arms, her stomach, her lower stomach and places I shouldn’t even film.

“They’re all over her body from staying at Astor on the Park.”

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The video filmed at New York City’s Astor on the Park Hotel has racked up over 2.6 million hits and viewers are disgusted at what they saw.

One Reddit user wrote: “I’ve never actually seen bed bugs. This is atrocious.”

Another commented: “God. I’ll never stay in another hotel again.”

And a third added: “Gross, gross, gross. Gross.”

The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention say that the best way to protect yourself from bed bugs is to always inspect the sheets and mattress before settling into your hotel room.

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