Best Things To Do In NYC This WeekendThis weekend you can kick off your holiday season by attending the lighting of the world’s biggest menorah, shopping for one-of-a-kind presents at a craft fair, or singing along to arguably one of the best Christmas songs ever recorded.
Brooklyn Public Library Program Encourages Kids To Read This SummerThis year's theme is "Every Hero Has A Story" and is encouraging kids to read during summer break.
Police Release 'Selfie' Photo In Search For Suspected iPhone ThiefPolice have a high-tech clue in the search for a stolen iPhone.
Coney Island New Year's Eve Celebration Features Fireworks, CountdownBrooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, City Councilman Mark Treyger and the Alliance for Coney Island are hosting the event Wednesday night.
Tri-State Area Families Mark Beginning Of Chanukah FestivitiesChanukah began at sundown and celebrations continue through Dec. 24.
Woman Struck, Killed On Flatbush Avenue In Prospect ParkA woman was struck and killed by a vehicle Monday evening along Flatbush Avenue near Prospect Park.
NYC Parks Department Works To Restore Damaged StatuesThe New York City Department of Parks and Recreation has launched a new effort to restore statues with missing pieces to their former glory.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit By Plaza Hotel Asking To Have Citi Bike Rack RemovedA Citi Bike rack near the Plaza Hotel will be staying right where it is.
New York Jews Embrace ThanksgivukkahA Hanukkah celebration was held outside the site of Brooklyn's largest menorah, which stands at 32 feet tall.
Mayoral Hopefuls Pushing For Black Vote As Primary Day ApproachesBill Thompson, the only black candidate in the race, spent Tuesday morning campaigning outside the Grand Army Plaza subway station.
Plan To Fix Up And 'Pigeon Proof' General Sherman Statue In The Works Tourists visiting the famous General Sherman statue at Grand Army Plaza, near the Plaza Hotel, were shocked at the condition of the masterpiece by revered sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
Times Square Packed With Teeming Crowd To Ring In 2013The ball has dropped in front of a throng of 1 million in Times Square, and 2013 has arrived.
Protesters Rally For NYPD Accountability In BrooklynWith protesters chanting "NYPD, keep your hands off me," the elected officials and community members called on the mayor and commissioner to sign a resolution acknowledging there's a problem.
Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza Now Redesigned For SafetyA safety redesign has added the equivalent of 1.5 acres of new pedestrian space to Brooklyn's Grand Army Plaza.
A Guide To New York City Farmers' MarketsNew Yorkers often get the short end of the produce stick, spending big bucks on organic foods at pricey supermarkets or buying second-rate fruit from their local deli or fruit stand. Here’s a sampling of the city’s biggest and best “greenmarkets.”