Philharmonic Plays Spooky Classical Music at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine; Stream it for Free

The New York Philharmonic teamed up with the Cathedral of St. John the Divine to put on a performance that will be streamed online at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Octobe … Read the rest of this entry >>

Covid Rate Remains Remarkably Low on UWS, as Rate Rises Elsewhere

The rate of positive Covid-19 tests remains low on the Upper West Side -- in fact, the zip codes here have some of the lowest rates in the … Read the rest of this entry >>

Working Families Party is In Danger of Losing Ballot Access if People Don’t Vote on Their Line

The Working Families Party, which has consistently supported policies to the left of Governor Cuomo, could lose its ability to appear if not enough people vote on their ballot … Read the rest of this entry >>

Tenant Leaders and Cryptocurrency Millionaire Rally to Restore Gas at NYCHA After Outage

In 2019, residents of two buildings in the West Side Urban Renewal (WSUR) Brownstones, a scattered-site NYCHA complex on the Upper West Side be … Read the rest of this entry >>

Local Parents Organize to Oppose Limits on Opt-In Rules at Public Schools

Community Education Council 3, a parent group that resembles a school board, is holding a meeting on Monday to fight a Department of Education … Read the rest of this entry >>

Renderings Show Condos That Are Replacing Century-Old Synagogue

Architectural renderings show what a 14-story condo building will look like when it's completed at 212 West 93rd Street, the former home of Shaare Zedek Synag … Read the rest of this entry >>

Man Struck by Train at 103rd Street

A man was hit by a northbound train at the 103rd Street stop on the 1 line on Thursday morning just before 9 a.m., suffering serious inj … Read the rest of this entry >>

Filmmaker Turns His Camera on Local Skateboarders

Greg Navarro, who grew up and lives on the Upper West Side, has been filming skateboarders around Riverside Park for the past year. He … Read the rest of this entry >>

Need Help With Remote Education And Childcare?

SPONSORED: I’m 63 years old and have worked in career services for 20 years as owner of a small business. I also have helped many children su … Read the rest of this entry >>

A Unique No-Touch Halloween That Still Lets You Parade Around the Neighborhood

A group of Upper West Side families found a new way to celebrate Halloween without the stress of social-distanced candy-grab … Read the rest of this entry >>

Spectacular Views from this Gracious and Grand Riverside Drive Apartment

SPONSORED: Sitting high atop the Upper West Side, the coveted "A" line in 110 Riverside Drive is the largest and most sought after apartment in the buil … Read the rest of this entry >>

Openings & Closings: Banh Vietnamese, Sweetgreen, Jeffrey Stein Salon, Blue Bottle Coffee, Manny’s Bistro, Victoria’s Secret

New Vietnamese food and salad are on their way as a salon prepares to c … Read the rest of this entry >>

Two Challengers Take on Jerry Nadler; We Asked The Candidates Some Questions

After emerging unscathed from the June 23 Democratic primary, Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) faces two challengers in the upcoming general ele … Read the rest of this entry >>

Early Voting Hours Extended; We Talked to 9 People Waiting in Line

The New York City Board of Elections has extended voting hours on a few days, adding a total of nine extra hours from Friday through Sunday. The new hours are b … Read the rest of this entry >>

OneBlock Employs Men Impacted by Homelessness to Help Clean UWS

OneBlock, an organization where Upper West Siders “adopt” one neighborhood block to clean up twice weekly, has experi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Pupper West Side: Ella Provides Backup Vocals, Encourages Neighbors to Vote

When it's time for bed, I'll trot into the bedroom, paw at the bed, and bark at my parents to let them know that it's time for someone to tuck m … Read the rest of this entry >>

Pearl Chin, Beloved Founder of Knitty City, Dies at 71

Pearl Chin, who founded Knitty City on West 79th Street in 2006, died of lung cancer on Tuesday at the age of 71, the store announced. It … Read the rest of this entry >>

Photo of the Day: Paris on the Hudson

"We can’t go to Paris so Paris came to us!" wrote Tom Fedorek, in an email with this photo. An "untitled art film" shoot on 116th and Riverside Drive inc … Read the rest of this entry >>

City Changes Rules for Hybrid Schooling as Most Parents Have Gone to Remote-Only

The city says it will only allow parents to opt their children back in to hybrid schooling once this year, after previously saying there would be wi … Read the rest of this entry >>

104-Year-Old Upper West Sider Votes for Biden, Then Says ‘Now I Can Die Happy’

Upper West Siders have been waiting hours to vote early since the polls opened on Saturday. But for those waiting in line on Saturday … Read the rest of this entry >>