The Upper West Side store brings with it 376 new jobs and Century 21 is also expanding its original Lower Manhattan site, adding another 300 jobs there.
It’s not exactly Shakespeare in the Park, but they are calling it Shakespeare in the Parking Space.
The NYPD held a moving tribute for the 23 officers killed in the Sept. 11 attacks and 50 others who died after working on the toxic pile of rubble.
There’s plenty to do in the city that never sleeps for both the insomniac and broke young professional.
Diehard fans camped out for days, some for nearly a week without any showers, to catch their favorite stars at the “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, Part 2″ premiere at Lincoln Center.
Public water stations will be set up in outdoor spaces throughout the city.
Management now says the area has been sterilized and the bedbug problem has been eradicated.
A union representing workers at the financially troubled New York City Opera says it will file unfair labor practice charges after the board voted to move out of the Lincoln Center and cut staff.
Friday’s move comes as the 68-year-old organization deals with a dwindling endowment, a multimillion-dollar deficit, and contentious negotiations with its union staff.
Doctors working to bring down the ever-growing rate of premature birth say prevention starts with the parents.
One in 8 babies are born prematurely in the United States each year and the societal costs are enormous.
Warm weather, tourism season and summer camps are all likely to add up to more bedbug infestations in the Tri-State area.
Doctors didn’t hold out much hope for Patricia Wipple’s daughter.
For Patty Frisbee, giving birth was not the blessed event she had always dreamed of.
In some parts of the city, 1 in 3 expectant mothers are considered obese and Dr. Adam Buckley, an OB/GYN and patient safety expert at Beth Israel Medical Center, calls it a “significant problem.”