Starting on Monday night, service will be suspended on the A, C and E lines from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. from Columbus Circle to Jay Street.
Six stations are already wired for service and 30 more stations will come online in groups of five, including Times Square, Herald Square and Columbus Circle, by this summer.
The bright lights and holiday music that complement the candy cane striped booths at the holiday bazaars in Columbus Circle and Union Square are run by noisy diesel fuel generators that one Upper West Sider complained represent environmental hazards.
Need a black car to pick you up? Just pick up your smartphone. GroundLink Car & Limo Service has a new app for Android and iPhone that you can use to book a reservation.
Fall may officially be one week away but with temperatures dropping nearly 40 degrees since Wednesday it feels like the seasons have already changed.
Jennifer Lopez has never really been one for the single life. Now that her marriage to Marc Anthony is no more, Lopez has been spotted dining with another of Hollywood’s most sought after bachelors.
The runners-up among most-used New York turnstiles are two turnstiles next to each other at the Jamaica Center station in Queens.
Robert Darling has been walking the streets New York City once a week for the almost decade trying to find his future bride.
The Empire State Building will go blue for “Smurfs Week” and Columbus Circle has been transformed into a “Smurf Village” with mushroom-shaped houses and a 40-foot tall inflatable blue creature.
Shred Fest is a chance to get rid of old bank statements, pay stubs, credit card applications or any other document that contains private, personal or sensitive information.
Saturday morning, 100 members of London’s Metropolitan Police Department, in full uniform, will hit Central Park for a special half-marathon.
“I’m really honored and I’m really proud that I was able to do something that nobody else was able to do,” The Donald said regarding the White House’s decision to release President Obama’s full birth certificate.
The influence of African art is key to a collaboration and a labor of love between two scholars. They were childhood friends in Queens and have worked together ever since.
Columbus Circile is a Midtown highlight that welcomes a bevy of tourists and New Yorkers alike on a daily basis. This is your guide to the neighborhood’s best museums, eats and shopping.
“The Vision of a Genius” will run from Nov. 3 to April 30, 2011.
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