Hey Harlem! In celebration of Fleet Week 2018, National Geographic Encounter: Ocean Odyssey is offering Military personnel a special ticket deal.
Ready for a little or big Harlem change of pace? Then be inspired by Nashville’s iconic Grand Ole Opry, Opry City Stage, has a lineup of events planned in celebration Continue Reading →
Calling all Harlem space nerds! From August 1-6, 2017 immerse yourself in all things interstellar at the Space & Science Festival, hosted by the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in Continue Reading →
Public art in Harlem is the best of both world, art and Harlem. Public Art Curator Savona Bailey-McClain is presenting Fresh Eyes, an exclusive, site-specific Harlem Digi-Tour for Frieze Week 2015.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that thanks to a ten-year investment of $1.6 billion in street repaving, New York City had this week paved its 5,000th lane-mile since 2014.
By Arva Rice A lot has been made in recent weeks of creating a cap on Uber, Lyft and other for-hire vehicles.
Lincoln Center today announced its annual Out of Doors season of free music and dance, invigorating Damrosch Park and the Lincoln Center campus from July 24 to August 12, 2018.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the release of the City’s Vision Zero Year Four Report, a comprehensive review of the first four years of the groundbreaking safety initiative.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that New York City saw the fewest traffic fatalities on record last year, driven by a 32 percent drop in pedestrian fatalities.
Following on his ambitious plan to mandate cuts in greenhouse gas emissions from buildings, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today the next step in his climate action agenda.
Crains New York reports that Guy Roberts has operated taxi fleets in the city for nearly four decades. And despite the cab industry’s recent troubles, he believes it’s on solid Continue Reading →
A fleet of 79 brand-new buses will replace some of the oldest buses in New York City servicing five Upper East Side routes — the M14, M15, M101, M102 and Continue Reading →
In advance of Earth Day on April 22, Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that solar capacity continues to expand citywide, bringing better access to clean affordable energy and well-paying Continue Reading →
Crains New York reports that when Dr. Amarpreet Singh received a tip from a patient back in 2013, he was all ears. The city was expanding its taxi fleet, the Continue Reading →
No, you are not hallucinating the fleet of “snow fighting” vehicles roving through the snowless streets of NYC this week. They’re just part of the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY)’s Continue Reading →
Hey Harlem, you take a trip back in time by boarding old Metropolitian Transit Authority (MTA) subway trains this holiday season.
The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) today hosted its third annual Vision Zero Safety Honor Roll event to spotlight the achievement of 378 of the city’s safest Continue Reading →
Jazz Standard, one of the nation’s premier jazz clubs, offers another impressive month of music with jazz legends and rising stars throughout September.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo revealed details of a new fleet of subway cars Monday, part of a “redesign of the MTA on every level” that will bear the unmistakable mark of Continue Reading →
There are some nifty features on New York City’s sleek new fleet of more than 2,000 buses, the first of which began hitting the streets this past week.
This morning, Harlem City Council Member Mark Levine led the first hearing for the Parks and Recreation Committee on the Fiscal 2017 Preliminary Budget for the Department of Parks and Continue Reading →
The 4th annual Morningside Lights, presented by the Arts Initiative and Miller Theatre at Columbia University, kicks off on Saturday, September 19 with the theme NEW YORK NOCTURNE.
This fall, Oprah Winfrey presents the landmark television event “Belief,” a week-long documentary series airing over seven consecutive nights that depicts how people with a wide range of beliefs search Continue Reading →
Nicole R. Fleetwood calls her latest book On Racial Icons: Blackness and the Public Imagination, “an act of love.” But readers may end up referring to it as tough love Continue Reading →
John A. Catsimatidis (born 7 September 1948) is a Greek-American businessman. He is the owner, president, chairman, and CEO of Gristedes Foods, the largest grocery chain in Manhattan, and the Continue Reading →