At 11:30 p.m., the television networks called the Presidential election. Over an hour later, Governor Mitt Romney called President Barack Obama to concede.
In the race for the White House, all major news channels in the U.S. broadcast extensive analytical coverage as polling stations close and votes are counted. Times Square became a center for people to meet and watch the coverage on the city’s iconic screens.
Lines at many gas stations are slowly shrinking, as more gas supplies arrive in New York. The city struggled with a gas shortage for a week, triggered by the superstorm Sandy. Miles-long lines at gas stations led to much anger and frustration among drivers. At Hess gas station at 502 West 45th Street in Hell’s […]
Over the last 20 years, the flower district has shrunk and gone through a lot of changes, especially technology and gentrification. However, the local shops in the district still work hard to put a smile on peoples’ faces.
At Union Square, you can find advice and some kindness every Saturday, if that’s what you’re looking for.
At a bi-annual contemporary art fair, it’s all about affordable prices for artwork. But who says what’s affordable in the art world?
A herd of sheep spent the day in Bryant Park to promote the wool industry, drawing both delighted onlookers and protestors.