Tampon Tax Ban Gets Final Approval From NY State LawmakersA spokesman says Gov. Andrew Cuomo will sign it into law. It will take effect in the subsequent sales tax quarter.
Ask An Expert: Best Summer Fashion Trends For 2016The season brings warmer weather and a host of new trends in clothes and accessories. Brookelynn Starnes-Statland from Cloak & Dagger and Emily Irons from In Support Of have five trends for you to check out this spring.
5 Best Spring 2016 Races In New York CityUpcoming races in NYC, including: Public Prep Memorial Day 5K, New York LGBT Pride Run, Brooklyn Bridge Memorial Run, We Run for Hope 5K and Global Running Day.
Officials: 17 Arrested In Contraband Crackdown At Rikers IslandThe arrests come as part of a crackdown which has resulted in a 48 percent increase in contraband discovered at city jails.
Year Of The Road Trip: Top 5 Memorial Day Destinations For New YorkersGrab your sunglasses, a giant cup of coffee and prepare to hit the highway: 2016 is shaping up to be the summer of the road trip.
What Luck: LI Man Wins $1,000,000 In Lottery For Second TimeLottery officials will be revealing the $1 million winner Wednesday on Long Island. They say the same Suffolk County man won $1 million in 2012.
Senate Approves Bill To Remove Term 'Oriental' From U.S. LawThe U.S. Senate passed a bill Monday night that would remove the term "Oriental" from federal law due to its offensive and derogatory history.
Best Open Mic Comedy Shows In New York CityAre you looking to test out your stand-up material? Check out these NYC venues that host open mic nights.
Best Ways To Celebrate National Teacher Day In New York CityAll that knowledge you've accumulated over the years has been because of an army of teachers who have led you through one class after another, whether you wanted to or not. Now it is time to thank your teachers on National Teacher Appreciation Day, which falls on May 3 this year. Here are some of the best ways to celebrate the day.
Several Elmsford Homes Still Without Electricity After Power Line FailureCon Edison crews are back on North Evart Avenue in Elmsford where several homes remain without power.
Best Independent Bookstores In New York CityPerusing the shelves of a bookstore is like searching for your next adventure. Here are the five best bookshops to find your next read.
New Evidence Suggests Ohio's 'Jane Doe' May Have Been From NY, NortheastThe woman, dubbed 'Jane Doe,' or the "Buckskin Girl" was found dead with wounds to her head in a ditch outside of Troy, Ohio on April 24, 1981, according to officials. She was discovered less than two days after she died.