New York City is home to one of the most famous skating rinks in the country, and quality skating locations can be found throughout the Tri-State area.
Temperatures were relatively mild, the skies were blue, and it was a legal holiday today – the perfect opportunity for many area residents to make what might be their only trip into New York City this year.
The union is fighting against a proposal to create a two-tier wage and benefit system and fighting for wage increases.
Between Wednesday night’s Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center and a visit by President Obama, commuters were better off sticking to mass transit.
Putting aside all of the chaos for a moment, Craig opened-up today’s edition of the Morning Extravaganza by declaring Wednesday a great day to be a New Yorker.
There were a number of reports last week that Justin Bieber would be performing live the same night President Barack Obama is set to be town.
The 74-foot Norway Spruce was cut down Wednesday in Mifflinville, Pa. and has arrived in New York City Friday, where it will light up Rockefeller Center.
Nancy Keller, 79, of Mifflinville, Pa., is donating a 74-foot-tall, 10-ton Norway Spruce from her yard in honor of her late husband Doyle.
Coach CEO Lew Frankfort said the building will stand on the corner of 30th Street and 10th Avenue.
Police say 23-year-old Jorge Ruiz climbed over a 5-foot-high glass partition of the Top of the Rock Observation Deck and threatened to jump.
The season finale of SNL, in which Gaga will be featured as the episode’s musical guest, is quite a hot ticket for many of her loyal fans.
Nearly 1,000 people withstood the pain of running 66 flights to the “Top of the Rock” on Sunday for the “Climb to the Top” drive at Rockefeller Center.
Meredith Vieira, Al Roker and Willie Geist were at Rockefeller Center when a man crossed the barricade and approached the trio. Vieira was heard on camera yelling “Jesus,” while others said to “get out the way.”
A suspicious white envelope delivered to an Israeli bank Wednesday turned out to be an electronic greeting card from a headhunting firm, police said.
In the cold and wind, the Salvation Army’s Gerardo Balmori and Giovanni Coello made it through the night singing Feliz Navidad again and again and again.