Trader Joe’s Employee Rehired at Columbus Avenue Store: ‘Big Win for Labor Rights’

Ben Bonnema, the Trader Joe's employee who said he was fired for speaking up about safety concerns, has been rehired, according to the Daily B … Read the rest of this entry >>

Manhattan Real Estate Update: It’s Still a Buyer’s Market, But Not for Much Longer

SPONSORED: Since there are NO deals in the Hamptons, focus on Manhattan before the pendulum fully swings back to sellers. Timing becomes one of the most crucial fac … Read the rest of this entry >>

Free Live Jazz Concerts to Start Back Up in Front of Duke Ellington’s House

A jazz quartet will be gathering starting this weekend to play music outside Duke Ellington's former home at 106th Street and Riverside Drive and 106th S … Read the rest of this entry >>

Join the Yaldaynu Preschool Community: Admissions for 2021-2022 Now Open!

SPONSORED: Yaldaynu Preschool, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is a place where the community comes together to support children’s develo … Read the rest of this entry >>

Theaters and Comedy Clubs Get Reopening Date; Local Comedy Club Raring to Go

The state set April 2 as the date for theaters in New York to reopen, with capacity rules. Theaters that hold fewer than 10,000 people can r … Read the rest of this entry >>

Street Skateboarding Film Shows Upper West Siders Can Be ‘Ledge Lords’

Upper West Sider Greg Navarro recently finished making a film about people who skateboard around the Soldiers and Sailors Monument at 89th S … Read the rest of this entry >>

Sales Launch at 212 West 93rd Street, With Expansive Layouts and Outdoor Space

SPONSORED: The Upper West Side’s most highly anticipated development just launched sales, bringing 20 brand-new homes to a tree-lined block between Broadway and Amste … Read the rest of this entry >>

Photo of the Day: Lost Winter-Wear Waves Hello and Tips Its Cap in Riverside Park

Jane Margolis sent the collage above of lost gloves -- and three lonely hats -- she has seen this year in Riverside … Read the rest of this entry >>

Developers Prevail: 200 Amsterdam Will Remain the Tallest Building on the UWS

A New York State appeals court ruled in favor of the developers of 200 Amsterdam, the 51-story tower that a judge had previously said abused zoning laws and might … Read the rest of this entry >>

As Commuter ‘Copter Service Gets Set to Start Up, the ‘Helicopter Highway’ Over the UWS Could Get More Crowded

The recent 2021 announcement of a strategic alliance between Blade’s Urban Air Mobility and Ross Aviation to establish commuter helicopter r … Read the rest of this entry >>

Waterline Square Luxury Condominiums: The Next Generation of Riverside Boulevard Living

SPONSORED: Where Midtown meets the Upper West Side, Waterline Square offers an opportunity to upgrade your lifestyle with New York City’s most comprehensive amenity offe … Read the rest of this entry >>

City Council Election 2021: Sara Lind Has Found Her Place and Wants to Make It Better

Sara Lind likens herself to an immigrant on the Upper West Side. She came here seven years ago from another world: a small, conservative … Read the rest of this entry >>

Volunteer for DOROT’s Passover Package Delivery

SPONSORED: Join local nonprofit DOROT this Passover to bring some joy to a senior, by dropping off a package and offering some companionship over the p … Read the rest of this entry >>

Trader Joe’s Employee Says He Was Fired for Asking for Safety Precautions; Company Disputes His Account

An employee at the Trader Joe's store on Columbus Avenue and 93rd Street says he was fired after asking the store to add safety measures to keep empl … Read the rest of this entry >>

Police and Sanitation Remove Garbage Pile Causing Distress at Local School; Individual Responsible Tended by Social Workers

Department of Sanitation workers, officers from the NYPD 20th Precinct, and social workers from the Department of Social Services were at work Monday afte … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Head Start Hero; Opera Tragedy; Fruit Man Gets the Jab

The Head Start program for underprivileged preschoolers, launched in the 1960s with President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Po … Read the rest of this entry >>

Over the Counter Hearing Aids: What’s Next? Learn More March 2 at 6.

SPONSORED: When the Over-the-Counter Hearing Aid Act was signed into law in 2017, it was intended to make hearing aids more accessible and less expen … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Ice-Man Sculpteth

A shout-out goes to Phil from the Central Park Conservancy who smashed the icy walkways in Central Park's North Woods last week, allowing people to enjoy the area without slip … Read the rest of this entry >>

Openings & Closings: Mimi Cheng’s, My Gym, Tartinery, Atlantic Grill

"Mimi taught us to never take shortc … Read the rest of this entry >>

Lincoln Center to Start Holding Outdoor Events With a Unique Format

The biggest performance spaces at Lincoln Center won't be holding indoor performances until at least the Fall, but the performing arts c … Read the rest of this entry >>