The heavy snow and ice proved too much for the awning in front of a Duane Reade on 14th Street.
As more and more men take on the responsibility of household shopping advertisers are taking notice and looking to cash in. New targeted ad campaigns have been geared just towards the guys.
Looking beautiful can be expensive when you shop at department store beauty counters, but some of cosmetics’ best buys can be found at your local drugstore.
Two men entered the Duane Reade at 100 Delancey St. and walked to the counter, where one of the men demanded money while the second suspect displayed a gun.
The cab jumped the curb and hit a pedestrian on the sidewalk, 1010 WINS reports. Witnesses tell WCBS 880 that the cabbie appeared to be speeding.
On the two sides of Columbus Avenue at 78th Street are the two sides of the argument. To the west is a deli, a little boutique furniture store, and a few other small shops. To the east, the entire block is a Duane Reade, and a Chase bank.
With a hair salon, sushi bar and juice station, the new Duane Reade on Wall Street is not just a place for you to pick up your prescriptions.
Police say the suspect in a number robberies and attempted robberies in Manhattan is continuing his poorly-disguised pattern.
The suspect is accused of robbing a Chase Bank at 810 7th Avenue on Monday around 2 p.m.
Police say they all took place between April 28 and May 8. They say the suspect walks in to a store covering his face with his hand under his shirt pretending to have a gun and demands cash at the register.
Authorities said the suspect enters stores while covering his face with one hand and placing the other hand under his shirt to simulate a gun.
City inspectors ruled Friday night that an electronic billboard on the Upper West Side is illegal, much to the relief of many neighborhood residents.
Some residents on the Upper West Side say their homes are being invaded by flashing lights, and they can’t turn them off. The bright light battle began with this week’s grand opening of a chain drug store.
Who’s your daddy? Getting the answer to that question has just become a lot easier for New Yorkers.
After facing opposition shortly after its opening, the Duane Reade on Bedford Avenue in Brooklyn took to an innovative approach to win some support — draft beer.