On Henry’s Last Night, A Proclamation for ‘Henry Rinehart Appreciation Day’

Henry's Restaurant on Broadway between 105th and 106th had its last night on Sunday, and Borough President Gale Brewer of … Read the rest of this entry >>

Upper West Side Woman Found Dead in Her Apartment With ‘Laceration to Her Neck’

A woman was found dead in her apartment at 710 West End Avenue (between 94th and 95th), early Sunday morning “with a laceration to her neck,” according to po … Read the rest of this entry >>

Photo of the Day: The Lottery Line

Trader Joe's on 72nd Street usually has the longest lines in the neighborhood. But on Friday, an even longer line stretched down Broadways between 71st and … Read the rest of this entry >>

Stop Work Order Issued for 200 Amsterdam Avenue

On Wednesday afternoon, the Department of Buildings (DOB) slapped a “Stop Work Order” on the construction site at 200 Amsterdam A … Read the rest of this entry >>

Town Hall Addresses West Siders’ Commuting Nightmares

Bus-riders, bike-riders, straphangers, pedestrians and drivers all seem to agree on one thing: it’s no picnic getting around the city these … Read the rest of this entry >>

Openings & Closings: Elea, New E’s Bar, Mezzogiorno

New Greek food is … Read the rest of this entry >>

Senior Tech Classes Start Soon at the JCC

SPONSORED: Are you 50 or older and find technology to be moving at a daunting rate? Do you want to brush up on your computer skills? Get into social media? Is your smart … Read the rest of this entry >>

20-Story Nursing Home Project Rejected by Appeals Court

A state appeals court rejected a nursing home known as New Jewish Home planned for West 97th Street, saying that the project would violate zoning r … Read the rest of this entry >>

Bar’s Fans and Opponents Face Off at Neighborhood Meeting

Neighbors have strong opinions about the West End Lounge at 955 West End Avenue (West 106th Street), and they showed up in force at a me … Read the rest of this entry >>

Manhole Fire Breaks Out on 86th Street

An underground electrical cable failed in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, sending smoke pouring out of a manhole at 86th Street between Columbus and Amster … Read the rest of this entry >>

Fixing the Broken Hallelujah with Rabbi Jeffrey K. Salkin

SPONSORED: “Hallelujah, Hallelujah. Hallelujah, Hallelujah” How many times have you heard the song? In movies, on TV shows, in countless renditions? A m … Read the rest of this entry >>

City Council to Hold Hearing on Bill Meant to Help Stop Small Business Closings

On October 22nd, the City Council Committee on Small Business will hold a hearing on the Small Business Jobs Survival Act (SBJSA), a bill int … Read the rest of this entry >>

Bus Shelters Get Caution-Taped Because of Bolt Concerns

Bus shelters in the neighborhood and throughout the city have been covered in caution tape after the company that operates them found cor … Read the rest of this entry >>

New Restaurants Get Approved for Licenses: Tiki-Style Bar, Renowned Israeli Chain, and Japanese BBQ

Five new restaurants and some neighborhood favorites received liquor license and sidewalk café approvals, while two businesses were turned away d … Read the rest of this entry >>

Sunday: Morningside Montessori’s Fall Festival Has Games, Music and Treats

SPONSORED: Morningside Montessori invites all neighborhood residents to join us for our annual Fall Festival on October 21st from 10am-4pm. The event fea … Read the rest of this entry >>

Romemu Jewish Congregation is Buying UWS Building; Plans Community Center

Romemu, a unique Jewish congregation that has worshiped and held events in various spaces throughout the neighborhood, just announced that it is b … Read the rest of this entry >>

72nd Street Subway Station Floods Days After Reopening Following Major Renovation

The newly renovated 72nd Street subway station just opened a little over a week ago and, lo and behold, the stairs were flooded just days l … Read the rest of this entry >>

Morning Bulletin: Oyster Project’s Big Goal, Apartment Fire, Rare Duck Spotted, Swastika Arrest

October 15, 2018 Weather: Cloudy, with a high of 67 deg … Read the rest of this entry >>

Town Hall to Cover Transportation, from Car-Sharing to Safer Amsterdam Avenue…to a West Side Ferry?

Council Member Mark Levine, who represents sections of the Upper West Side, West Harlem and Washington Heights, is holding a town hall me … Read the rest of this entry >>

Lawsuit to Block 200 Amsterdam Filed: ‘We Do Not Want a Bunch of Safe Deposit Boxes in the Sky’

The Committee for Environmentally Sound Development (CFESD) filed a lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court on Wednesday, challenging the r … Read the rest of this entry >>