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1 hr ago | Reuters
New York City has joined the cat cafe craze. Pet care company Purina, teamed up with one of the world's largest rescue and adoption organizations, North Shore Animal League America to create the continent's first pop-up cat cafe - and it's not going to be around for long, says Purina's Niky Roberts.
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5 hrs ago | The New York Observer
If "The Yard" sounds more like a business selling milled lumber than one renting office space to start-up tech and media outfits, any confusion has caused no apparent harm to the venture by that name co-owned and operated by Richard Beyda and Morris Levy .
9 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
In support of Comcast Cares Day, one of the country's largest days of corporate volunteerism, more than 80,000 Comcast and NBCUniversal employees and their families, friends and community partners from across the globe will volunteer in their local communities.
13 hrs ago | The Village Voice
When Romee de Goriainoff, Olivier Bon, Pierre-Charles Cros, Xavier Padovani, and Benjamin Sormonte opened their first Experimental Cocktail Club in Paris, they were attempting to bring a bit of New York City innovation to the City of Light.
This show at James Fuentes , instigated by various artists associated with an exhibition in 1980 called The Real Estate Show , is a reconstruction of a spontaneous action that began in late 1979.
To honor Shakespeare's 450th birthday, Bryant Park Corporation and The Drilling Company's Shakespeare in the Parking Lot will present "Hamlet" in Bryant Park May 15 to 31, 2014.
The once small, chewy and crisp bagels have been transformed into bloated overly airy and stale versions of their former selves.
Some of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's staff headed to state court Tuesday trying to get the host names, addresses, rental rates, lengths of stay and tax data they first requested last fall.
"Art Gallery Tours New York" announces a Lower East Side art gallery walking tour today, April 19 at 1:00 PM - rain or shine.
Founded by the Price brothers, FEIT has been admired for some time-not only for their minimal design aesthetic, but also their dedication to "fighting" the retail system and swimming against the current.
Her Tony Award-winning musicals -- like the revivals of "Pippin" and "Porgy and Bess" -- soar with emotion and splendor.
The work of American photographer Martin Elkort will be showcased this May in a one-man exhibit at the Catherine Couturier Gallery along with a screening of a documentary about his life and work at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
How long does the average person have to work to buy a burger in his or her neighborhood? The maps below answer that question for neighborhoods in six cities around the country.
New York hoteliers, Sean MacPherson, Ira Drukier, and Richard Born, are making their Lower East Side debut with a new 184-room hotel that evokes the rich history of a neighborhood whose charm marches on.