App developers use Droidcon NYC as an opportunity to discuss why they prefer Android over iOS.
A haunting and mystical art exhibit debuts at Rush Arts Gallery in Chelsea.
Every year, the historic theater district transforms into a flea market to raise funds against HIV/AIDS.
Cornell Tech launches an accelerated MBA program in New York City, focused on entrepreneurship and the tech industry.
The NYPD plans heightened security during Jewish High Holidays, while many members of the religious community focus instead on the holidays’ message of hope.
Mayor de Blasio’s new initiative will help small businesses, but some wonder if non-English-speaking business owners in the community will be heard.
Though the city’s Music Under New York program hosts subway performances year-round, musicians face special challenges in colder weather.
The Street Vendor Project launched a new campaign to request more vendor licenses, permits and open streets.
Farmers market vendors move a step closer to having parking regulations revised in Herald Square.
A non-profit organization, Chess-in-the-Schools helps students in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods cope better with academics and social life.
Pop-up shops installed this summer inside recycled shipping containers at Pier 57 will close on October 20, with casualties of the pier’s complete renovation scheduled to start around Thanksgiving. What they don’t know is whether they’ll be invited back to be part of “Super Pier,” as the new venue is called. While most of the […]
Strut Your Mutt, the annual national charity event hosted by Best Friend Animal Society, took place at Pier 84 on Saturday, September 28.
The owners of the Bryant Park sukka, the Chabad of Midtown congregation, have to jump through hoops yearly to attain the permits. The Bryant Park sukka serves thousands of people during the Jewish festival of Sukkot.
Union Square Greenmarket and the Rainforest Alliance hosted a panel of celebrity chefs for the third annual Follow The Frog Week, a program that promotes food products made from sustainably farmed produce.
The Buglisi Dance Company took over Lincoln Plaza on Wednesday, September 11th to pay tribute to the victims of 9/11. The dance, which began at 8:15 and ended at the approximate time at which American Airlines Flight 11 struck the north tower of the World Trade Center, functioned as a living memorial and a call for world peace.
As more students download books on e-readers, do their classwork on tablets and submit printed assignments, technology items are in great demand during this back-to-school season in Midtown West.
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Reporters cover the latest news in Midtown West — the aftermath of the Zimmerman verdict, the future of exports, gay couples, food and movies, the Union Square greenmarket, the royal family and more.
One57, the residential building dubbed “the billionaires club,” is going to change West 57th Street and raise prices when it opens next year.
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.
With gentrification speeding up and the housing authority’s plans to build private housing on its land, community housing advocates worry about the future of the neighborhood.
A new wave of luxury consignment shops in Chelsea reflects the style of the neighborhood for less than half the price.
When Times Square was at its seediest, cheap hotels proliferated the area. Only the New York Inn and the Hotel Carter remain, though the Hotel Carter has recently completed renovations and is no longer in the under $100-per-night market.