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.
Chelsea’s 10th precinct is an oasis of calm, and residents know why.
A New Yorker who makes traditional Chinese “grab-and-go” street crepes wants to expand.
Comedians at Electoral Dysfunction use political satire to cope with the 2016 presidential election.
Regular sidewalk closures make it daunting for residents in the West 50s to access the riverside waterfront park across the West Side Highway.
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.
The Muslim community at a Chelsea mosque institutes new safety procedures after the September 17 explosion in the area.
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.
Now in its 16th year the Affordable Art Fair opened its doors at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea from September 28 through October 2 to aspiring and established art enthusiasts and collectors featuring 500 artists.
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.
De Buck Gallery in Chelsea opened its September season with late French artist Bernard Aubertin, an underrepresented constituent of the post-war Zero movement.
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.
Manhattan Plaza Tenants Association held its sixth annual Block Sale in Hell’s Kitchen.
On September 24, the London Terrace Tenants Association held its annual street fair as New York City seeks to reform festival rules.
Fifth Avenue retailers wait to see if this year’s significant increase in median income will inflate Black Friday sales.
A family-owned deli actually has two owners to stay faithful to an orthodox Jewish tradition that prohibits operating a business on the Sabbath. Ben’s Deli stays open seven days a week without breaking any rules.
A diversity committee, assembled by the Community Education Council District 2, aims to dismantle racial inequities in public schools.
Photos tell the story of various groups who took to the streets to protest outside the presidential debates at Hofstra University.
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.