Seniors and service providers prepare for what the Almanac says will be another tough winter.
The DOE and outside groups work to improve English-language skills.
Councilman Corey Johnson, Commissioner Vicki Been, and Community Board 4 leaders discuss affordable housing at the Fashion Industries High School in Chelsea.
As construction increases in Midtown West, the Department of Building’s safety initiatives are slow to materialize.
A newly proposed bill to ease the process of changing the sex field on a birth certificate has been introduced in New York City, but some transgender individuals say serious challenges remain for the community.
A Women in the Court’s Task force event at the New York City Bar Association highlighted a need for better networking events for female in-house attorneys.
According to a new report by City Comptroller Scott Stringer’s office, public housing in New York has deteriorated in recent years, and some residents agree with this assessment.
Sightsavers International launches A Million Miracles campaign.
The New York Film Festival Critics Academy prepares aspiring film critics for the changing media landscape by giving them the opportunity to pitch and write professional criticism.
In the second year of Kent Jones’ tenure as director of New York Film Festival (NYFF), changes to the selection process.
Service organizations and Manhattan Family Justice Center work to spread awareness about the prevalence of economic abuse in cases of domestic violence.
Although adult literacy has gotten little attention in the past decade, organizations such as the International Center provide a variety of English classes for adults that encourage conversation.
Fitness accessibility for the blind and visually impaired is problematic around Manhattan.
As the Safe Streets for Seniors program ends, senior citizens in Midtown West are concerned about safety along Tenth Avenue.
Acevedo & Associates, founded by young residents of the Robert Fulton Houses public housing project, tries to bridge the gap between the booming affluence of Chelsea and its low-income communities.
UrbanSpace’s new market in the Garment District gives vendors access to prime real estate in New York City.
Through it’s “¡Arriba! Dance Parties on the High Line” series, the High Line Park tries to engage local Chelsea residents.
The New York Public Library’s summer reading program recently ended for the year. Readers can choose to log their books electronically or on paper.
Muslim group discusses Islamofascism and true faith.
Dana Glaeser, 37, quit his job as a marketing executive to start his own accessories company, and was among nearly 3,000 participants in the NY Now Trade Show in late August.
As fashion tenants slowly leave the Garment District, a group of small businesses, non-profits and emerging designers come together to revitalize the area’s stylish legacy.
A famed New York jazz club celebrated the birthday of its namesake with three nights of music inspired by the legendary Charlie Parker.
Back-to-school in Midtown West is as diverse as the population: Specialty high schools, public, private, and all those Pre-Ks. Meet some aspiring performer-students, a veteran crossing guard and more.
Skyrocketing real estate prices are pushing budding entrepreneurs to seek alternative office space that helps them participate in New York’s booming technology industry.