New Production Of Hip Hop Nutcracker To Kick Off In Washington HeightsA new production is giving a modern spin on a holiday classic.
New York Expands Medical Marijuana Guidelines To Include Treating Chronic PainCurrently, the ten qualifying conditions include cancer, HIV or AIDS, Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, ALS, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, neuropathy, inflammatory bowel disease and some spinal cord injuries.
Tight Security At Rockefeller Center For Christmas Tree LightingMore than 50,000 multi-colored LED lights will bring the 94-foot Norway spruce to life, when officials flip the switch at around 8:55 p.m.
Staten Island Nonprofit Opening Toy Store Where Everything Is Free For The HolidaysFor the fifth year in a row, a Staten Island nonprofit is opening a holiday toy store where everything is free.
Tailgating Allowed, Alcohol Banned At Upcoming NJ High School Championship GamesFans at some of this weekend's New Jersey high school football games will be allowed to tailgate, but they'll have to leave the alcohol at home.
State, Federal Officials To Discuss Removal Of 'I Love NY' SignsFHA officials say the signs don't conform to federal standards and are dangerous because they contain so much information that drivers can become distracted.
City Food Banks Continue To Help The HungryVolunteers continue to help out those in need even after Thanksgiving Day.
Black Friday Rush Not What It Used To BePlenty of people still flocked to stores on Black Friday in search of doorbusters deals. But according to some experts, the retail rush just isn't what it used to be.
De Blasio: 'NYPD Is Ready' To Protect Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeWhile authorities say there's no confirmation of a credible threat, the NYPD is taking no chances at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday.
Body Believed To Be Missing Connecticut Man Found In New Jersey; 1 Person In CustodyA mysterious crime now spans three states, after a body believed to be that of a Connecticut man who vanished form a party in Manhattan was found buried in a shallow grave on the Jersey Shore.
Manhattan District Attorney's Office Now Houses State-Of-The-Art Cybercrime LabInstead of a typical ribbon cutting ceremony, Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance opened the facility by cutting an Ethernet cable.
Study Links Neuropathy To Dust From World Trade Center DebrisDoctors on Long Island said Tuesday that they have linked yet another illness to World Trade Center dust.

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