Comedians at Electoral Dysfunction use political satire to cope with the 2016 presidential election.
On September 24, the London Terrace Tenants Association held its annual street fair as New York City seeks to reform festival rules.
A diversity committee, assembled by the Community Education Council District 2, aims to dismantle racial inequities in public schools.
New chain restaurants on 32nd Street, including some well-known Korean brands, force family-owned Korean restaurants to adapt.
Stores survive despite the impact of the High Line and the Hudson Yards development.
The New York Public Library’s oral histories project, Visible Lives, is now the nation’s largest audio archive of persons living with disabilities.
The Adoptapalooza pet adoption event, hosted by the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s animals, saw 300 animals available for adoption
Local activists urge all of us: Put down that ham sandwich, replace those leather shoes, and get serious about ending animal cruelty.
New York City’s 1.1 million students returned for their first day at 1,800 schools on a scorching Wednesday, one day after the city saw its hottest temperature of 97 degrees. Over 65,500 children registered to attend the newly-implemented free, full-day, pre-K program, more than triple the 20,000 children who attended last year. The graduation rate for […]
Fitness accessibility for the blind and visually impaired is problematic around Manhattan.
A famed New York jazz club celebrated the birthday of its namesake with three nights of music inspired by the legendary Charlie Parker.
Over the past ten years, 25% of all off-off Broadway spaces have been forced to close their doors or relocate several times due to unaffordable rents and city gentrification.
Smoke-free housing efforts by the Manhattan Smoke-Free Partnership target low-income developments like the Robert Fulton Houses, where there are higher rates of asthma, but, change in these neighborhoods may come slowly.
The close of the New York Burlesque Festival was a revealing theatrical event and awards ceremony called The Golden Pasties.
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.
Fourteen local teens participated in a fashion show on the High Line, marking the end of a two-month long apprenticeship program.