Animal rights groups have stepped up their calls to ban carriage horses following an incident in Central Park.
A carriage horse broke loose from its reins from and ran around Central Park Monday afternoon, only stopping when the carriage got caught in the door of a taxi.
As we walk around New York, it’s easy to forget how new everything we see really is. But, at the spot where West 85th Street curves into Central Park, there’s a reminder that wherever you set foot in this city, there’s something that came before.
Some newspaper editorials and at least one New York City Councilman have proposed a compromise of stabling the horses in Central Park so they never have to cross paths with a car.
Three additional suspects – ages 12, 13 and 14 – are expected to face charges for two robberies and an assault, sources said.
The five-year wait for Central Park’s iconic Tavern on the Green restaurant is almost over. The $20 million total re-do combines whimsy and glitz with an effort to please everyone.
Neeson didn’t appear Saturday as about 50 demonstrators filled the sidewalk in front of his Manhattan apartment building.
New Yorkers will get the chance to see an electric vehicle some say should replace the city’s horse-drawn carriages when it debuts this week at the New York International Auto Show.
The flowers and trees in Central Park seem to be bursting into spring.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing back his self-imposed deadline to ban horse-drawn carriages from New York City’s streets.
New owners Philadelphia restaurateurs Jim Caiola and David Salama had planned to open last November, but construction and other problems delayed the opening.
Nearly two dozen cats were rounded up on the Upper West Side Thursday night, and the rescuers were shocked to see so many animals overrunning a single apartment.
Early-morning joggers have been advised to beware that exercising in Central Park before 6 a.m. could result in a run-in with the law.
The NYPD has taken over enforcement of regulations for horse carriages, and a spokesman for the industry said he hopes they will go by the law and not by a plan to shut the industry down.
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