Some pets need help getting a home. Other pets need help being taken care of. Read two stories about how Midtown pets are getting by in the city.
PAWS NY, a new non-profit helps elderly and disabled New Yorkers care for their pets so that they do not have to give them up.
The people in midtown Manhattan are as diverse as the city. Here are a few portraits of some of its characters.
Macy’s began inflating their Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons in the streets around the Museum of Natural History, between 79th and 81st street, at 3 p.m. the day before the parade, drawing huge crowds. Visitors were allowed to enter the enclosure at 79th Street and make their way around the museum before exiting at the same spot. […]
Verdi is one of the most famous composers in the operatic canon. Now, Verdi’s “Un Ballo in Maschera” returns to the Met in a new production by David Alden.
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 […]
“Story by Story,” a 42-story stair climb to raise awareness and fundraise is just one of the events of “Domestic Violence Awareness Month.” Despite its success, the “Domestic Violence Awareness Month” campaign is fighting for the limelight this October.
Despite the subsidies provided by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to make health insurance more affordable, some low-income women may still find the out-of-pocket costs of insurance unaffordable.
One woman walks in a pink-product fashion show, while another can’t afford treatment without help from a local financial support network. The Midtown Gazette reports on what awareness means, day to day.
David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize winning play, “Glengarry Glen Ross” begins previews on October 16th at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre for its third Broadway revival, starring Academy Award winning actor, Al Pacino, who appeared in the 1992 film in the role currently played by Bobby Cannavale.
Activist group “The World Can’t Wait” demonstrated in Times Square to commemorate the 11th anniversary of the United States intervention in Afghanistan.
Last week, the Lark Play Development Center gave seven playwrights the chance to workshop a new play in ten hours of rehearsal and one public reading. At the end, the writers walked away having heard their pieces aloud, with a stack of written audience comments.