Educators who work with homeless, trafficked, or exploited youth face daily challenges that extend far beyond the classroom.
Seniors and service providers prepare for what the Almanac says will be another tough winter.
As construction increases in Midtown West, the Department of Building’s safety initiatives are slow to materialize.
‘Tis the season to have a job, and maybe a raise, in much of Midtown West.
Every year, the historic theater district transforms into a flea market to raise funds against HIV/AIDS.
French parents want to expand the French-Language dual language program in public schools in the New York City. With help and lobbying efforts from the French Embassy, non-profit educational organizations and parents who wish to send their children to learn French at public schools, the number of schools offering the program has increased steadily. And the program may soon extend to Chelsea.
As obesity affects almost one-third of the country’s children, school sports teams are passe, city needs more comprehensive physical education programs.
Reports of anti-gay attacks in New York have already surpassed 2012 figures, a trend that prompted a state senator to review the State Hate Crime Law.
Five dance schools were selected to participate in a dance contest hosted by The Radio City Rockettes. After learning choreography from the show’s scene, “Shine,” competing schools recorded their routines and posted them to Radio City’s Facebook page for fans to vote.
Strut Your Mutt, the annual national charity event hosted by Best Friend Animal Society, took place at Pier 84 on Saturday, September 28.
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.
The New York Hilton Midtown hotel ceased traditional room service and replaced it with Herb N’ Kitchen, a grab-n-go cafeteria. Some other major New York City hotels are reducing room service hours, suggesting a new trend.
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Thousands of children filled Midtown West classrooms for New York City’s first day of school. The Midtown Gazette staff hit the streets to catch first-day moments with students, parents and administrators at the neighborhood’s public and private elementary, middle and high schools.
Be it a legendary skyscraper or a new, edgy, avant garde hotel, the lodging industry is spending more and more on extras.
A single question comes up everywhere in Midtown West: Who gets to live here?
The Interborough Rapid Transit Powerhouse might fall off the city’s historical map, unless protected.
Pictures and numbers: Midtown West in transition.
One57, the residential building dubbed “the billionaires club,” is going to change West 57th Street and raise prices when it opens next year.
This year the trustees of the New York Public Library have been thrust into the spotlight to defend their Central Library Plan, which would turn the library’s main branch into a combined research and circulation library. The 42nd Street building is a historic landmark, but also a widely used research library in the heart of Midtown West.
Midtown is home to houses of worship ranging from the 133-year-old St. Patrick’s Cathedral to an 8-year-old Church of Scientology.
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.
As people flock to Radio City Music Hall for the 85th annual Christmas Spectacular, holiday hires look to remain after the season.