Because nothing is safe from development, the city is looking to rezone Governors Island.
Quickly, name a park in the city that’s named for a poet (not Shakespeare).
Private garbage hauler Sanitation Salvage’s license has been suspended following two deaths due to dangerous working conditions over a six month timeframe.
Two city buses were sprayed with a noxious substance this week. Are we living in a Batman movie?
The New York Times has discovered Coney Island’s Brooklyn Cyclones. No one tell them about the Staten Island Yankees.
Five Brooklyn bars that are as pretty as their happy hour prices, according to Brokelyn.
Eating an oyster from New York’s waterways isn’t a great idea today, but New York was once the oyster capital of the world.
Battery Park has the most expensive rent in any zip code in the United States. 26 of the top 50 zip codes are in Manhattan.
The Grand Army Plaza Arch is getting an $8.9 million restoration, which will include a cleaning, repairs, and updated lighting.
Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez introduced a bill that would prohibit ICE and boarder patrol from wearing uniforms that use the word “police” in order to easily distinguish the difference between local police and federal immigration officers.
City Councilman Mark Levine is urging the city Parks Department to terminate its contracts with businesses owned by President Donald Trump.
14 of Eater critic Robert Sietsema’s favorite West African eateries in NYC.
A cop who has been held up as a model example of NYPD diversity was arrested for allegedly forcibly touching two people — including the wife of a police sergeant. Whoops.
Part of Julie Salazar’s platform for state senate is decriminalizing prostitution, repealing the state’s loitering for prostitution law, and repealing the prostitution exception in New York’s rape shield law, and has the support of current and former sex workers while canvassing. Salzar’s opponent, incumbent Martin Malave Dilan, says he is open to discussions about it.
“I live completely rent-free in dream destinations by pet-sitting” is the new “A Week In New York City On $25/Hour And $1k Monthly Allowance.”
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