The Rockaway Restoration Kitchen will offer locally-produced food in a neighborhood still recovering from Superstorm Sandy.
Weiner says the restaurant project is in its very early stages and intends the eatery to have a nutritious menu, be locally-sourced and provide a training ground for locals to make them more employable.
A published report Thursday said former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner is planning to open a restaurant in the Rockaways.
Ask me on a Friday what story I covered on the Monday of the same week and most weeks I’d have to flip open the pages of my reporter’s notebook to answer you. But some stories stick.
We have a new pope, a new mayor-elect and more time to enjoy those large, sugary drinks. Here are our picks for the 13 biggest news stories from 2013, in order of when they occurred.
Leathers is the new face of a dating site that aims to pair women with “sugar daddy’s.”
The New York Magazine article is titled “Hillary in Midair,” but it’s her top aide, Huma Abedin, who’s left hanging. The article includes a devastating quote from an unnamed “close associate.”
In a revealing interview – her first since leaving the State Department – Hillary Rodham Clinton said she is indeed thinking about running for president in 2016.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio emerged as the top choice in the Democratic mayoral primary, but could still face weeks and another electoral fight before becoming his party’s nominee.
Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner was the first to concede in the Democratic mayoral primary Tuesday night, but the scene was less than pretty.
The Democratic front-runner, Public Advocate Bill de Blasio, is hoping to eclipse the 40 percent mark that would avoid a runoff.
Anthony Weiner’s mayoral campaign has been anything but boring — and what are perhaps the final hours of it have been no different.
Some New York City voters arrived at their polling places Tuesday to find that machines were never hauled in or supervisors were not present.
To avoid an Oct. 1 runoff, a candidate needs more than 40 percent in Tuesday’s primary.
Kelly said none of the candidates have requested a terrorism briefing from the police department. He said the public should be asking whether or not candidates understand the threat to New York City.