'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: DJ Mika Livens Up Lower Manhattan McDonald'sThere is a McDonald’s in New York City where you can order your Big Mac and ask the DJ for a song while you’re at it.
Attorney: School Was Warned About Suspect In Deadly Bronx School StabbingThe disturbing case of the death of a student in a New York City school last year has taken a strange new twist.
January Was LIRR’s Worst Month In More Than 2 DecadesIf you were late riding the Long Island Railroad last month, you weren’t alone.
Hoboken Police Investigate City Hall Security BreachThere has been a security breach at City Hall in Hoboken, where Mayor Ravi Bhalla says he and his family have received death threats.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Broom Handles And Strong Bonds At The Stickball Hall Of FameBaseball is here – spring training at least – and soon, some players will be in the streets with old-fashioned broom handles. You'll find a tribute to them at the Stickball Hall of Fame.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Humans Who Bring Character To The Westminster Kennel Club Dog ShowNew York City is going to the dogs this weekend with the 142nd annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. But it’s really the humans who give the event its character.
Brooklyn Court Officer Admits To Exposing Himself To Woman In Court StairwellThe #MeToo movement in a Brooklyn courtroom Wednesday saw a court official stripped of his job and facing an uncertain future.
Mt. Sinai Hospital Holds Early Valentine's Party For Heart Patients, ParentsAn early Valentine's Day Party was for heart patients in Manhattan Thursday, celebrating love of the life they have been given.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: The Most Expensive Cup Of Coffee In The U.S.A.The offerings at the Extraction Lab in Brooklyn are a bit different – and a bit pricier – than your watery $1.50 bodega cup of coffee.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Sundays Spent In Song With Marjorie EliotEvery Sunday, Marjorie Eliot and her son, Rudel Drears, set up their apartment for entertainment.
Family Sues City, Says Mentally Ill Son Was Wrongfully Shot Dead By PoliceA mother is suing the City of New York, alleging that an officer was not prepared to deal with mentally disturbed people and wrongfully killed her son.
Riders Call For Information On Impending Closure Of L TrainHundreds of riders clamoring for more information on the impending 15-month closure of L Train service came to an open house Wednesday night in Brooklyn.
GOP & Democrats Signal No Sign Of Retreat In First Day Of ShutdownLast-minute negotiations crumbled as Senate Democrats blocked a four-week stopgap extension in a late-night vote, causing the fourth government shutdown in a quarter century.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Where The Streets Have The Same NameDrive or walk around Queens and you’ll find streets with the same names, sometimes right next to each other.
Port Authority Apologizes For Baggage Chaos At Kennedy AirportThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on Thursday announced a series of interim solutions to prevent another baggage meltdown at John F. Kennedy International Airport.