Sisyphus Stones Creator Pledges to Keep Building After ‘Taliban’-Like Destruction

Uliks Gryka, the artist who has been constructing stone sculptures by the Hudson River for the past year, posted a sign next to the … Read the rest of this entry >>

Local Precinct Holding Backpack Giveaway and Resource Fair on Friday

The NYPD's 24th precinct will be giving away backpacks on Friday from 11 am to 4 pm at its second annual resource fair on West 106th St … Read the rest of this entry >>

Man Jumps to His Death from Building on 75th Street

A 61-year-old man named Peter Frame jumped off of 145 West 75th Street on Thursday morning around 10:15 a.m., according to NYPD and a neig … Read the rest of this entry >>

City Plans Pesticide-Spraying in Section of Neighborhood on Thursday

The city is planning to spray pesticides throughout the neighborhood on Thursday night to kill mosquitoes, according to notices posted in the … Read the rest of this entry >>

Creative, Contemporary, Musical and Progressive Free High Holy Day Services at East Side Synagogue

SPONSORED: Are you unaffiliated? Have you left the synagogue because you found it boring or irrelevant? Maybe you never attended High Holy Day serv … Read the rest of this entry >>

Councilman Wants to Evict Trump Organization from Central Park Attractions

Local City Council Member Mark Levine has been determined to get The Trump Organization out of Central Park ever since Donald … Read the rest of this entry >>

That’s One Way to Deal with the Scourge of Scaffolding

Businesses have long complained about scaffolding that obscures their entrances and cast them into sha … Read the rest of this entry >>

Citi Bike Stations Get Electric Bikes, Including on the UWS

Electric bikes are all the rage these days, and they're now available at several Citi Bike stations in the … Read the rest of this entry >>

Several New UWS Restaurants Plan Fall Openings: Mokum, Le Petit Rooster, Flying Fisherman and More

We have reported on several new restaurants that are getting close to opening, including a replacement for Dovetail on 77th St … Read the rest of this entry >>

Switcheroo Week: One Street Changes Direction, as Another Becomes Two-Way Again

The Upper West Side is flowing in new directions this week. Or rather, the traffi … Read the rest of this entry >>

First Renovated Subway Station Set to Reopen Over Labor Day Weekend, MTA Says

The subway station at 110th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard, which has been closed for upgrades since April, will reopen over Labor Day we … Read the rest of this entry >>

Morning Bulletin: Central Bark, Lennon’s Killer Denied, Weedkiller Criticized

August 27, 2018 Weather: Sunny, with a high of 90 deg … Read the rest of this entry >>

Creator of ‘Sisyphus Stones’ Says His Odyssey is Over

Uliks Gryka, the artist who has been building a series of stone sculptures along the edge of the Hudson River since last year, said he was sto … Read the rest of this entry >>

Two Robbery Suspects Pushed Women to Ground in the West 60s, Police Say

The NYPD is looking for two men who detectives say committed violent robberies in the West 60s earlier this m … Read the rest of this entry >>

Openings & Renovations: Chalait, Gazala’s Place, Lincoln Square Steak, New Japanese Restaurant

The Upper West Side is getting a new cafe and several restaur … Read the rest of this entry >>

Distemper Deaths Among Central Park Raccoons Reach 149; Leash Advisory Remains in Effect

As of Wednesday, August 22nd, the Parks Department has “collected” 149 raccoons with canine distemper in Central Park, according to Kelly K … Read the rest of this entry >>

MTA Mystery: Has Anyone Taken the CPW Ghost Bus?

All summer there's been scuttlebutt about a free MTA shuttle bus roaming Central Park West, presumably to provide alternate transportation for B/C subway ri … Read the rest of this entry >>

Friday: Outdoor Screenings of Met Opera Performances Start With ‘A Night at the Opera’

The Metropolitan Opera's annual series of HD screenings of operas starts this Friday with 'A Night at the Op … Read the rest of this entry >>

Pedestrian Struck by Van, Driver Cited for Failure to Yield

A 51-year-old female pedestrian was struck by a van at 73rd Street and Amsterdam Avenue at 11:50a.m. on Wednesday morning, cau … Read the rest of this entry >>

Former Catholic School on West End Set to Become Ultra-Luxury Condo Apartments

The former St. Agnes Catholic school at 555 West End Avenue on the corner of 87th Street has been sitting empty for several years now as a deve … Read the rest of this entry >>

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