One way or another, a New Yorker is about to become the 45th President of the United States. Here’s what people think, as the whirlwind starts to subside.
Independent filmmaker Marc Levin might become a casualty of the Chelsea gentrification that is the subject of his new HBO documentary.
Homeless services in Midtown are strained as the population grows.
A petition titled “Bring Fame back to the ‘Fame’ school” calls for a change in admissions criteria at the legendary performing arts high school. The petition has garnered over 10,000 signatures.
Racing tugboats: The Working Harbor Committee hosted the 24th Annual Great North River Tugboat Race & Competition.
In a music industry that suffers more than others from the entrance in the digital age, young artists look up to their predecessors for business tips.
LGBT homeless youth, who already face violence and discrimination, receive fewer services after they turn 21.
Community Board 4 approved additional parking spots for a new residential building in West Chelsea, creating controversy among local residents.
Cast members from the hit musical “Hamilton” drew crowds as they registered people to vote.
The Women’s Building hosted a block party on 25th September in Chelsea, to draw inputs from the community about the redevelopment of Bayview Correctional Facility, a former women’s prison on West 20th Street.
A diversity committee, assembled by the Community Education Council District 2, aims to dismantle racial inequities in public schools.
The Detectives Endowment Association canteen truck is among the first to respond to a crisis in New York City, helping to support the servicemen and women who support New York City.
Flower wholesalers in the historic 28th Street market are under strain from hotel construction and traffic but have no plans to relocate.
Starting this year, 100 schools across NYC set up an ambitious goal: To become zero waste facilities within five years.
A report by a New York-based advocacy group finds the working environment for foreign journalists in China has worsened over the past few years.
Carmelita Tropicana performed at the High Line as the elevated park seeks to appeal to the local community through more diverse events.
Qigong, a practice of traditional Chinese medicine, had millions of believers in China back in the 1980s. It is gaining followers in NYC since Michael Phelps’ use of cupping, another traditional therapy, during the Olympics.
The first day of school is always a big deal, whether you’re starting pre-K or finishing high school. Here’s what happened in Midtown West.
Preservationists are rallying to defeat two bills recently introduced at City Council, both aimed at regulating the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Additional city resources will help a growing segment of some of the most vulnerable of the city’s homeless population.
Older workers face obstacles in entering — or re-entering — the workplace, as services are reduced.
New York’s Waterfront Alliance promotes new design guidelines for environmentally friendly and publicly accessible waterfronts.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Hooters restaurant chain is raising money to fund breast cancer research.
Tech heavyweights throw their capital behind the annual BigApps competition and the City Council keeps pushing open data legislation. Meanwhile, the city’s 311 hotline receives thousands of service requests a day – all of them, of course, catalogued online.