Nadler Presents 76-Page Impeachment Report; What It Says

Local Congressman Jerry Nadler is leading his second impeachment process in just two years running the House Judiciary Commi … Read the rest of this entry >>

Updated: Vaccine Confusion Leaves Two Local Pharmacies Fielding ‘Thousands’ of Calls

To say the vaccine rollout on the UWS is meshuga (mixed up) is an understatement. Joseph Pharmacy on West 72nd Street has the vaccine, but lacks state app … Read the rest of this entry >>

Help a Neighbor With DOROT’s Package Delivery Service

SPONSORED: Upper West Side nonprofit DOROT is looking for volunteers to drop off gift packages for seniors and talk with them over the phone this month. To learn … Read the rest of this entry >>

Police Ask for Help Finding Woman Missing for Nearly a Month from 64th Street

A 47-year-old woman named Elena Baksht went missing late on Dec. 15 from 35 West 64th Street and her whereabouts are now unclear, according to … Read the rest of this entry >>

Vaccine Update: People 65+ Now Eligible for COVID Vaccine, as Cuomo Adheres to New CDC Guidelines

People age 65 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Tue … Read the rest of this entry >>

Alleged Knifepoint Robbers Arrested Are 14 and 16 Years Old

Through a coordinated effort by the NYPD 20th and 24th Precincts, two alleged perpetrators of a pair of knifepoint robberies that occurred … Read the rest of this entry >>

Three Vaccine Spots Open Nearby as City Creates Vaccine Phone Number

Vaccine information is coming in fast and furious as the state expands eligibility to people over 75 and certain essential wor … Read the rest of this entry >>

Openings & Closings: Spaghetti Tavern, King Wang’s, Bolivian Llama Party, Elegant Barber, Vietnamese Spot

A new bar is coming, and some special sandwiches … Read the rest of this entry >>

Monday Bulletin: Robert Caro’s Trove, Alleged Harassment by Teacher, ‘The Sisters’

A 16-year-old student at LaGuardia High School, on Amsterdam Avenue and West 65th Street, has accused a teacher of harassing … Read the rest of this entry >>

Anointed by His Grandma, Danny Koch Is Shepherding the Iconic Town Shop Through the Pandemic

Danny Koch’s grandmother, the legendary bra fitter Selma Koch, always told him that there was a good side of Broadway and a bad side of Bro … Read the rest of this entry >>

Columbus Circle Closed to Traffic as Rumored MAGA Gathering Brings Out Counter-Protesters

Columbus Circle has been closed to traffic as protesters have gathered in the area to stand against a rumored march by Proud Boys and other far-right Trump suppor … Read the rest of this entry >>

Michaels Store Closing By the End of the Month; Everything 70% Off

Michaels, the craft chain store at 808 Columbus Avenue near 99th Street is closing by January 30 if not earlier, according to an empl … Read the rest of this entry >>

Updated With Latest NYC Website: Vaccine Update: New Yorkers 75+ and More Essential Workers Will Be Eligible for Vaccine on Monday; Here’s How to Sign Up

Starting on Monday, January 11th, New Yorkers age 75 and up, education workers, first responders (police, fire), public transit workers and public safety wo … Read the rest of this entry >>

As Cantilevered Building Rises on Broadway, Some Neighbors Decry the Noise and Aesthetics

A 19-story cantilevered building is going up fast on the northwest corner of 91st and Broadway, but the construction schedule has … Read the rest of this entry >>

Dance Has Thrived for Decades on the UWS; Will the Pandemic Break It?

Writing about the Upper West Side these days, it’s easy to focus on the absence of what once was and lose sight of what stil … Read the rest of this entry >>

City Reveals Location of New UWS Homeless Shelter, Which Will Serve 200 Women

The Department of Homeless Services has announced plans for a new homeless shelter at 537 West 59th Street, the current home of the Manhattan News Net … Read the rest of this entry >>

Two Deaths in One Week at 96th Street Subway Station Haunt Train Operator

Jerome Golden had operated subway trains for 17 years without ever being involved in a deadly accident. “A lot of people I know, it’s happened to them,” Golden said. “But never to m … Read the rest of this entry >>

More Concrete Information on Vaccine Distribution Starts to Trickle Out as Local Seniors Express Anxiety: ‘If I Get COVID, I Will Die’

The anxiety of the moment—leaving politics aside—is about the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine. It is the topic on everyone’s … Read the rest of this entry >>

‘Brooklyn Fare’ Supermarket to Replace Western Beef; Linda Rosenthal Worries About Food Prices

The Western Beef supermarket at 62nd Street and West End Avenue is expected to close on Wednesday, and Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal tel … Read the rest of this entry >>

Court Says Homeless Men Can Stay at The Lucerne

The homeless men living at The Lucerne Hotel on West 79th Street have the right to stay there while judges consider their case in more detail, a state appeals court ruled on Tue … Read the rest of this entry >>