Neighborhood’s Tallest Tower Gets the Green Light After Zoning Ruling, and Developers Eye Apartment Sales

A 668-foot-tall building on 69th Street and Amsterdam Avenue got the green light from a city board on Tuesday, prevailing over community g … Read the rest of this entry >>

Openings & Closings: New Kefi, Goodwill Curated, Book Off, Serafina, Kangol, Polpette

Some restaurants closed, but Serafina has a new location and Kefi has m … Read the rest of this entry >>

Library-Card Holders Get Once-a-Year Free Admission to 33 Cultural Institutions

The New York Public Library has just announced a new perk for being a member. You can now get free admission to 33 museums and other cul … Read the rest of this entry >>

How A Positive Attitude Can Keep Us Healthier

SPONSORED: There is ongoing exploration on the effects of positive thinking and optimism on our health. The health benefits that positive thi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Community Activist Marty Rosenblatt Remembered for His ‘Tireless Passion’

Community activist Martin Rosenblatt died on Sunday. Rosenblatt was deeply involved in the community, most recently helping … Read the rest of this entry >>

Morning Bulletin: Fake Mews, Hudson River Swimming Interview, NYCHA’s Lead Problems

July 16, 2018 Weather: Sunny, with a high of 89 degrees. There’s another air quality a … Read the rest of this entry >>

Giant Wooden Birds are Coming to Broadway to Highlight Climate Change Risks

Artist Nicolas Holiber is building wooden sculptures of 12 birds to place in the Broadway median next April, hoping to raise awareness of climate ch … Read the rest of this entry >>

Sunday: Ice Cream Fest at the Grand Bazaar Market

It's been steamy in New York and what better way to reward yourself for making it through the worst of the heat wave … Read the rest of this entry >>

Woman With Alzheimer’s Goes Missing from 95th Street (Update: Found OK)

Police sent out an alert about a 79-year-old woman suffering from Alzheimer's disease, who went missing on Friday mor … Read the rest of this entry >>

Community Board Committee Supports Amsterdam Avenue and Columbus Circle Redesign, While Raising Concerns

Community Board 7’s Transportation Committee met on Tuesday night to offer feedback on new bike lanes proposed by the city Department of Transportatio … Read the rest of this entry >>

One Last Chance to See Manhattanhenge in 2018

Manhattanhenge is back this week, and Guy Mascioli got the shot above on 79th Street on Thursday ni … Read the rest of this entry >>

Lincoln Center Installs Safety Bollards at Prominent Spot in Front of Campus

New concrete bollards showed up late last month in front of the main Lincoln Center plaza as a temporary safety measure designed to thwart att … Read the rest of this entry >>

Openings & Closings: Jack’s Stir Brew, Lululemon, 99 Cent Store, Don Ramon, Dovetail

New coffee and stylish workout gear are coming to the Upper West … Read the rest of this entry >>

Police Looking for Man Who ‘Attempted to Touch’ 10-Year-Old Girl

Police say the man shown in the photo above approached a 10-year-old girl in front of 201 West 83rd Street on Thursday, May 31 and "atte … Read the rest of this entry >>

Demolition Begins on Parking Garages and Residence to Make Way for New Affordable Housing

Two low-cost parking garages on 108th Street that stored several hundred cars have been closed to prepare for the construction of a new affordable housing develop … Read the rest of this entry >>

Silver Stars Fitness: Over 50 And Complain About Your Low Back? Our Research Based Personal Training Model And Small Group Classes Get Results!

SPONSORED: Lower back pain is often a common complaint especially when over the age o … Read the rest of this entry >>

Water Main Break Causes Power and Water Outages to Multiple Buildings

A water main broke on Central Park West early on Tuesday morning, flooding the basements of 271 and 275 Central Park West between 87th and 88th Str … Read the rest of this entry >>

Free Lunchtime Concerts are Returning — With Yoga Breaks!

The Lincoln Square BID's free annual concert series is back. Every Wednesday from July 11 through August 29, from noon until 2 p.m., musi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Why Supportive Fitness Can Change You Forever

SPONSORED: Many of us do not exercise and though we say it doesn’t matter to us, deep down we feel remorse about it. We loathe the gym, have no … Read the rest of this entry >>

Disney Plans to Sell Several UWS Buildings to Developer; Preservationists are Wary of New Mega-Towers

Disney, which owns several properties in the West 60's, including the ABC campus, is set to complete a sale of the properties to Silverstein Prope … Read the rest of this entry >>

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