Tagger Who Wrote ‘Done’ Throughout the UWS Volunteers to Clean Up Graffiti; ‘I’m Very Sorry’

The confessed ‘Done’ graffiti tagger says he’s cleaning up his act, and volunteered for NYPD’s citywide “Graffiti Clean Up” event on Saturday to start making amends to his communi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Man Slashed on 84th Street Friday

On Friday morning around 11:23 a.m., a man approached a 36-year-old Hispanic man on the southwest corner of West 84th Street and Columbus Avenu … Read the rest of this entry >>

Fire Consumes Car Outside Historic Building

A fire erupted early on Friday morning in front of one of the Upper West Side's most historic buildings -- the Dorilton at 171 West 71st St … Read the rest of this entry >>

Pilates Was Created During the Last Pandemic; It’s Back on the UWS as We Fight the Latest Pandemic

Pilates, a mind-body exercise method which focuses on strengthening, stretching and core work, was founded in Europe in the midst of the Influenza pandemic of … Read the rest of this entry >>

Essay: The City Has Turned the Corner

I had a magnificent 4 mile run in Riverside Park last evening. The park was literally bursting with thousands of blooming daffodils and jonq … Read the rest of this entry >>

NYPD Officers Share How They ID’d Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested Thursday

A suspect in a spree of five recent bank robberies -- four on the Upper West Side -- was arrested Thursday mor … Read the rest of this entry >>

People are Drafting Episodes of ‘Seinfeld’ for the Vaccine Era and They’re Hilarious

Seinfeld has been gone for over two decades, but the show still resonates, and there's a parlor game on the Internet where p … Read the rest of this entry >>

HBO Filming ‘The Gilded Age’ In Central Park, Written by Downton Abbey Creator

Film production is back, and a new HBO show set in the 1880s is shooting in Central Park. The show 'Gilded Age' was filming a … Read the rest of this entry >>

Manhattan Real Estate Update: The Biggest Threats to the Buyer’s Market

SPONSORED: That was some first quarter. Closings were up 66% from the lows of the Q3 2020 and it was the busiest March in 14 years. Favorable metrics (low interest rates … Read the rest of this entry >>

Sunday: Learn About ‘American Rescue’ and New York Budget With Chuck Schumer and Linda Rosenthal

On Sunday, April 11th, from 4 to 5 p.m., U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer will join NYS Assemblymember Linda B. Ros … Read the rest of this entry >>

Silver Stars Fitness: Helping You Look, Move And Feel Better; Two-Week Trial for $47!

SPONSORED: As we approach the fifth decade of life, our goals typically change from wanting to have a great looking body to having a healthier body with fewer aches and p … Read the rest of this entry >>

NYPD Checks in on Crime, Answers Questions about ‘Sense of Disorder’ In the Community

Commanding officers from the three New York City Police Department (NYPD) precincts that encompass the Upper West Side came tog … Read the rest of this entry >>

Open Your Windows! Broadway Violinist Suzy Perelman Will Play an Open Concert for the Neighborhood Tonight at 6 PM

From her courtyard at 149 West 85th Street, Suzy Perelman, who has played in numerous Broadway shows, including My Fair … Read the rest of this entry >>

Elected Officials Push Again to Curb Helicopters as UWSer Says She ‘Literally Cannot Get Any Rest’

Elected officials are still pushing for liftoff on helicopter safety legislation that would make the skies over New York City safer and qui … Read the rest of this entry >>

One Local Was Sick of Coupon Circulars, So Here’s What She Did About It

Each week, my block — 95th Street between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West — is inundated with piles of packages of c … Read the rest of this entry >>

Tavern on the Green Will Reopen on April 29th, and a To-Go Window Is Coming Too

Closed for more than a year, Tavern on the Green, one of New York City’s most storied restaurants, located inside Central … Read the rest of this entry >>

Openings & Closings: Curry Mania, Book Nook, The Hoptimist, La Pecora Bianca, SA Hospitality Group

"The rice is amazing. I say this as a rice aficion … Read the rest of this entry >>

A ‘Park to Park’ Open Street Moves Closer to Adoption, Prioritizing Pedestrians Over Cars

To the delight of local residents and community groups, West 103rd Street has received a barricade upgrade as part of NYC Open Str … Read the rest of this entry >>

New Zabar’s Shoes are as Fresh as the Rugelach (Which Are On the Shoes)

Zabar's is known for savory delicacies, but one new item branded with the legendary grocer's logo is not for tasting -- unless you're the kind of p … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: A Painting Reunion; Affordable Housing On Its Way; Robberies; A Babka Birthday

A retrospective of Alice Neel's paintings is showing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and some of those paintings were done in "a large apartment on the Upper West … Read the rest of this entry >>