Pictures and numbers: Midtown West in transition.
Midtown is home to houses of worship ranging from the 133-year-old St. Patrick’s Cathedral to an 8-year-old Church of Scientology.
Crossfit Fifth Avenue hosted two Thanksgiving workout sessions for several locals and visitors who chose pain over the Macy’s Parade.
Former Mets and Yankess pitcher David Cone spent a night as a guest bartender at Foley’s NY Pub and restaurant to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims.
From 14th Street to Lincoln Center and Fifth Avenue to the Hudson River, from early morning voter lines to big-screen vote projections at night in Rockefeller Center and Times Square, The Midtown Gazette captured Election Day.
Jehovany Diaz, 50, hopes that Election Day brings New Yorkers out of their homes in large quantities. Diaz isn’t running for office today nor is he politically motivated; he’s the store manager at Ninth Avenue Wine in Hell’s Kitchen. Outside his store Diaz proudly displays a sign stating, “Come in and elect your wine on […]
While the NHL continues its lockout between players and owners this year, local business around Madison Square Garden are already gearing up for the effects of a lost season.
Comic-Con brings together a wide spectrum of New York City residents and out of town visitors for a weekend of fun. Not all attendees where just comic fanboys: couples got in on the fun as well.
Businesses near the third and final section of the High Line look forward to a spike in business with the new High Line segment and southern Hudson Yards redevelopment.
A Mom’s Club provides support for young mothers who live at the Clinton Family Inn, one of four locations of the Homes for the Homeless’ American Family Inns program.