NYC Cyclists Frustrated By Construction, Cars Blocking Protected Bike LanesVideo from an East Village mother shows her child cycling to school this week, forced into the middle of the street because construction was blocking the bike lane.
Broadway's 'Aladdin' Cancels Week Of Performances After Additional Breakthrough COVID Cases Within CompanyThis comes after its Wednesday night performance was canceled due to breakthrough COVID cases within the company.
Nurse Shortage Puts Education At Risk For Students With Severe DisabilitiesThe DOE says it's "working closely with our contract agencies to identify nurses to support students."
Teacher Stephanie Edmonds On Why She's Not Getting The COVID Vaccine, Despite Mandate: 'The Hardest Decision I've Ever Made'Several school staff unions are warning the city is not prepared to make up for the thousands of employees it could lose because of the reinstated vaccine mandate.
New Jersey Voters Evaluate Gubernatorial Candidates' First Debate, Weigh In On Most Important IssuesA new poll from Stockton University has Murphy at 50% with Ciattarelli at 41%.
R. Kelly Found Guilty Of All Counts In Sex Trafficking, Racketeering TrialDuring the six weeks of testimony, jurors heard from 50 witnesses, including 11 accusers, six of whom testified they were underage when they began having sexual encounters with R. Kelly.
Some Real Estate Agents Report Surge Of New Yorkers Moving From Manhattan To The BronxAs of July, the median home sale price in Manhattan was $1.2 million compared to $386,000 in the Bronx.
'I Want A Proper Education': Some NYC Public School Students With Medical Exemptions From In-Person Instruction Feel They're Falling Behind"If we want to keep our son safe, alive and out of a hospital, we have to sacrifice his education," father Andre Huete said.
Blind Brook Board Meeting Gets Heated Over Continued Closure Of Ridge Street Elementary SchoolRye Brook parents demanded accountability and answers from the Board of Education.
After Almost 2 Years, New York Philharmonic Returns For 180th SeasonAfter an 18-month intermission, the Philharmonic finally played for an audience once again.
Feast Of San Gennaro Returns In Little Italy As Vendors Take COVID PrecautionsThe festival on Mulberry Street featuring food, music, fun and Italian culture was canceled last year because of the pandemic.
NYCHA Residents Accounted For Disproportionate Number Of COVID Deaths From March 2020 To June 2021The latest statistics from city public health officials include bombshell numbers about our neighbors who live in communities run by NYCHA.
Electric Atmosphere Greets 'The Lion King,' 'Wicked,' 'Hamilton' And Others As Broadway Makes Triumphant ReturnFive shows made their return during Broadway's biggest night of reopenings. Theaters welcomed back audiences Tuesday after a long pandemic shutdown.
Broadway Returns: Rehearsals Are 'Like Part Of My Soul Coming Back,' Says Actor Michael James ScottWhen the lights went dark last March, so too did all the momentum and energy required of these actors for daily performances.
Met Gala Makes Big Return Following Pandemic HiatusThe Met Gala began with a bang from the Brooklyn United Marching Band, and from there the steps became a who's who of fashion, movies and music.