A profile of boxer, model and up and coming actor Ngo Okafor as he tries to adapt once more and tackle a new career.
Matilda, the storied Algonquin Hotel cat, has been forced to adapt to strict New York City Health Department regulations and stay way from Algonquin guests.
On Black Friday, prepare to be surrounded by Justin Bieber, Rihanna and Beyonce’s new brands at Macy’s. They are just three of the many celebrities who have utilized social media and taken advantage of a weak economy to launch new brands.
Six weeks after the closing of the Borders bookstore in Time Warner Center, many residents are at a loss about where they can buy books.
You never know who you’ll meet in Times Square: A couple of tough-guy bantamweights, a couple of celebs, and not a soul who wants to watch boxing on TV, not even in a boxing bar. One reporter’s odyssey along the not-at-all-mean streets of midtown.
Linda Ellerbee NIck News was honored recently at the Paley Center for Media. The idea of a news show for children, a novelty 20 years ago, has become a staple of Nickelodeon’s lineup.
St Patrick’s Cathedral held its 34th annual bilingual Italian and English Columbus day service on Monday, Oct. 10. Many parishioners brought Italian flags and a few even wore soccer jerseys to help celebrate Italian heritage in the packed cathedral.
Broadway Week, a NYC & Company initiative to sell half price tickets to Broadway shows for 12 days, wrapped up on Sept.30. While the event provided some theatergoers with discounted prices, most either were unaware of the event or were disappointed that tickets were sparse and cost more than the half price that Taxi T.V. had advertised around the city.