After Mark Gacki, 27, finished his graduate education in biomedical engineering at the University of Southern California he began working in a lab studying and analyzing the… Read more “HEALING GOTHAM: Biomedical Engineer Helps Doctors Apply Research”
It’s that time of the year again. In New York, people are scrambling to order flowers in the lead up to Valentine’s Day. We took a look… Read more “New York Florist Gears Up for Valentine’s Day”
On January 25th, New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority voted to raise the price of unlimited MetroCards by 4 percent from $116.50 to $121. Some city residents argue that… Read more “NYC Residents Push for Subway “Fair Fares””
Hundreds of local youth engaged in tense, but sportsmanlike, chess battles at the New York Police Athletic League on Saturday, January 28th. The children hoped to take… Read more “City Youth Face off in Chess Tournament”
As returns were coming in on Tuesday night, a diverse group of about 50 Donald J. Trump supporters chanted “USA” and held an anxious vigil outside the… Read more “An Election Night Vigil with Donald Trump’s Supporters”
A new art installation that pays homage to the legendary artist Vincent Van Gogh made its debut at Rockefeller Center on Tuesday. “Van Gogh’s Ear,” a… Read more “Rockefeller Center Celebrates Van Gogh”
Panelists discussed the challenges faced by affordable housing developers.
The viral social media report of a Megabus trip gone wrong has raised questions about safety and customer protection aboard the low-cost carrier. In Manhattan, some passengers are finding fault in policies, including the company’s $250 liability limit.
New York City Councilmember Mark Treyger tells public officials, “the public wants to see action now.”
The Associated Supermarket on Fort Washington Avenue recently lost its lease. Washington Heights residents are protesting and petitioning for the store to remain open. Now, they’ve planned a town hall meeting to air their grievances.