Coney Island Cyclone Celebrates 90 YearsConey Island's Cyclone roller coast opened 90 years ago Monday -- and it's been a shore staple ever since.
Father & Son Volunteer To Fix Bells At Staten Island’s Oldest Catholic ChurchThe bells atop Staten Island’s oldest Catholic church haven’t been fully functional in decades, but that’s about to change.
Could Something Like London Grenfell Tower Fire Happen In NYC?The death toll has risen to 79 in a massive high-rise fire in London last week. With so many skyscrapers in New York City, could a similar thing happen?
Change Things Up This Father's Day With These Unique Gift IdeasForget about the neckwear and move away from the mugs… Father’s Day is this weekend and shopping for dad these days means thinking outside the box.
Beating The Heat At The Beach? Follow These Water Safety TipsExperts are sharing some water safety reminders as people head to the beach to beat the heat. 
‘This Isn’t Roughing It,’ Company Brings Off The Grid Vacations To New York CityA company that specializes in simple vacations is bringing their unique accommodations to the big apple.
Social Media Posts Can Have Life Changing Consequences; Experts CautionLife is all about social media for many teenagers, but one wrong post and life as they know it could crumble.
Ballet Dancer Hailed As A Hero After Saving Man Pushed Onto Subway TracksAs a dancer with the American Ballet Theater, Grey Davis is paid to perform amazing leaps and lifts. This week, he's being lauded for a lift of a different kind.
Sick Of ‘Constant Dampness’ New Yorkers Are Eager For Dreary Weather To BreakTuesday was another chilly dreary day in the tri-state area, and the National Weather Service has predicted cool, rainy conditions well into June.
Cold, Wet Weather Forces Many People Inside On Memorial DayThe cold, rainy weather was a washout for a lot of people's outdoor plans on Memorial Day.
Teen’s Sudden Death Raises Caffeine Concern Among ParentsSoda, coffee, and energy drinks are popular with teenagers. And while caffeine may not necessarily be good for them, could it actually kill them?
MTA’s ‘Courtesy Counts’ Campaign Urges Riders To Give Up Seats To Those In NeedA new campaign on New York City's buses and subways is urging people to give up their seats to people in need.

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