Man's Desire To Donate Organ Winds Up Saving His Life; Organ Donor Still NeededDonating an organ takes lots of time and vigorous medical testing, but should you be a match, the end result is beautiful.
Bronx Woman Collecting Gifts For Families At Shelter That Helped Her Beat AddictionFor 22 years, one Bronx woman has been giving back to the shelter that helped get her back on her feet during some of the darkest times of her life.
Why New Yorkers Should Not Wait To Re-Winterize Cars, Homes, Clothes Ahead Of Oncoming SeasonWith a messy combination of snow, sleet and rain in our near future, now is the time to prepare before stores have a run on needed supplies.
Fifth Avenue Association Making Use Of Empty Storefronts In Epic Holiday Window DisplayThe sights and sounds of the holiday season are here and few are as spectacular than the Fifth Avenue storefronts.
Edgemont Sixth Grader Fighting For Sidewalk Installation Along Dangerous Walk To SchoolWith the encouragement of neighbors and friends at school, she took her pitch to a town board meeting, where it was well-received.
Macy's Offers Sneak Peek At New Thanksgiving Day Parade FloatsThere are 26 floats total in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and thousands of volunteers that will make the day possible.
Annual Toys For Tots Drive Kicks Off On Long IslandThanks to Toys for Tots, thousands of children across Long Island have a present to unwrap to each holiday season.
Brooklyn's Finger Sculpture Has Buzz, But What Does It Mean?Brooklyn's newest sculpture is drawing a lot of attention. It was installed this past weekend and there is already buzz surrounding its meaning.
Westchester County Moms Combine Efforts To Open Slime-Making Workshop For KidsThe art of making slime continues to take younger generations by storm. But it's often a messy undertaking, one that two entrepreneurial mothers are hoping to curb.
New York City Clock Master Turns Back Time By Hand Ahead Of Daylight Saving TimeOnce a week, the city clock master visits city buildings to maintain, fix and adjust the clocks by hand.
'Harlem Roots' Exhibition Showcases Important Art That Hasn't Been Seen Since The 1990sAn age-old Harlem art collection is being presented to the public for the first time since the 1990s.
Diwali, Known As The Festival Of Lights, Celebrated With Food And TraditionsDiwali is known as the Festival of Lights. According to a recent Pew Research study, seven in 10 Indian-Americans celebrate the holiday.
Historic Fire Warning Tower In Harlem Reopens On SaturdayBuilt in the 1850s, after years of extensive restoration work the Mount Morris Fire Watchtower is ready to re-open on Saturday.
Speak With Your Wallet: Sustainable Fashion Experts Urge Shoppers To Consider Impact On EnvironmentMore than eight percent of global greenhouse gas emissions come from clothing and shoe production.
Beloved Organist Retiring After Playing For 74 Years At New Jersey ChurchSince 1946, when he was just 14 years-old, Walter Miklas has been perched in front of an organ at the Zion Lutheran Church in Clark.