Be it a legendary skyscraper or a new, edgy, avant garde hotel, the lodging industry is spending more and more on extras.
Despite stocking low-cost, outsourced goods, souvenir stores have had a rough year.
To vote or not to vote, that is the question — and all over Midtown West, people are coming up with different answers.
Crowds clogged the CUNY Graduate Center polling place today, both locals who planned to vote there and displaced voters who hadn’t. A completely unscientific exit poll predicted President Obama the winner.
The early morning rush at Pennsylvania Station revealed a varied mix of people – some who had already voted, others who would vote later in the day and a few who just didn’t care. Jonathan Flowers, a 38-year-old Brooklyn resident and New York University scientist, 38, voted by absentee ballot, as he knew he […]
With all means of public transportation being shut due to Sandy, locals started digging out their bikes for repair or purchased new ones, resulting in an increase of at least 30 per cent in the sale of bicycles.
A week before the 2012 Presidential elections, a multi-faith panel discussed the relationship between faith and politics and the role of religion in driving people to vote.
A first location based mobile phone application for Jewish singles was launched early September to help people meet their prospective dates in real time.
A bowl-a-thon was held by a Sikh American civil rights advocacy group in the U.S. on Sunday to raise funds for the rights of the Sikhs to fight alleged discrimination against the community.
After almost two decades, the Kadampa Meditation Center New York City has purchased its own place in Chelsea to accommodate the growing number of followers. October 26-28 will mark the grand opening of the temple.