The group is holding its annual convention at a Times Square hotel. Some major traffic problems are expected in the area as a result of the president’s visit.
A man’s body was discovered on the roof of a Broadway theater Saturday morning, after police said he jumped from the roof of a neighboring hotel.
During one event, three couples said “I do” at the Empire State Building. Valentine’s Day is the only day couples can tie the knot at the building.
The utility says the problems are due to road salt, melting snow and ice getting into the underground electrical system.
Transit and National Football League officials are reviewing what could have been done to avoid the massive train backup in New Jersey after the Super Bowl.
Police said that a guest gave a desk worker at the Crowne Plaza Hotel an envelope with a room key and that white powder apparently fell out of the envelope.
Fans have been flocking to Super Bowl Boulevard, a 13-block stretch of Broadway between 34th and 47th, since it officially opened, but the frigid temperatures may be keeping some people away.
Everything is larger in New York, and Super Bowl Boulevard is no exception. It has the obscene, fun-house distortion you expect when a party is thrown in Times Square.
The 13-block stretch of Broadway between 34th and 47th features a giant toboggan run, a merchandise shop and a place for fans to try kicking field goals, among other activities.
The area will be jam-packed this week with events, games and concerts offering a full Super Bowl experience free of charge.
Police are blanketing midtown Manhattan with temporary surveillance cameras as one of many security measures being taken to protect visitors for the Super Bowl.
The big game is still almost two weeks away, and while there will be all sorts of events throughout the metropolitan area of nearly 20 million, the excitement hasn’t quite started to spike yet.
A suspect was in custody Monday afternoon, after a man was slashed in an attempted robbery in Times Square.
The outdoor fan fest runs during the week of the Super Bowl and will feature several stages and football themed activities.
Screeching subway trains, honking cars, roaring planes, barking dogs and boisterous people make noise the Big Apple’s No. 1 quality-of-life complaint, based on about 300,000 calls every year to the city’s 311 complaint hotline.