2 hrs ago | via New York Daily News
The TMZ tour bus ventures out in Manhattan with site founder Harvey Levin, above with Georgette Blau of On Location Tours. Comment?
4 hrs ago | via Techworld.com
Yahoo has made some radical changes to its Flickr photo sharing service, which now has a more photo-filled interface and comes with a free terabyte of storage so that users can upload images at their original resolution. Comment?
13 hrs ago | via The Gazette
In this undated photo provided by the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, Carl Laemmle is shown with his children, Rosabelle and Carl Jr. Comment?
21 hrs ago | via Business Wire
After reporting robust office leasing in the first quarter of 2013, SL Green Realty Corp. Comment?
Yesterday | via Examiner.com
Here is a list of several cats and kittens available for adoption at the Animal Care and Control Center in Manhattan: 1. Baby Jaguar is a 4 year old, spayed female, brown tiger, Domestic Shorthair mix, who was found in Manhattan. Comment?
Yesterday | via CBS Local
The AIDS Walk New York stepped off Sunday in Central Park, with 30,000 people walking to raise funds for awareness and treatment. Comment?
Sunday | via Courier News
A view of the chapel at Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery in New York. The 478-acre site is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year, and a special exhibition on Green-Wood has opened at the Museum of the City of New York. Comment?
Sunday | via The Honolulu Advertiser
Only 10 floors have been completed in what is intended to be the tallest residential building in the Western Hemisphere - a slender, 84-story tower on Park Avenue at 56th Street in Manhattan. Comment?
Saturday May 18 | via Curbed
What are they spending millions of dollars on? What are they complaining about? This is What's Up With Rich People? It used to be that few Manhattanites with kids would dare to stray below Central Park, but now everything is changing and in recent years, West Chelsea has emerged as an acceptable place to raise a family. Comment?
Friday May 17 | via The New York Observer
With the New York City mayor's race not even past the Democratic primary, it's a bit early to be handicapping the city's next chief city planner, but where's the fun in being coy? Crain's has taken a look at who might fill the post, which it calls "perhaps more important than any deputy mayor position at City Hall," arriving at a short list that ... (more) Comment?
Friday May 17 | via Curbed
Architect Steven Harris's first-ever ground-up condo project -an effort with long-time collaborator Adam Gordon at 560 West 24th Street-was announced earlier this year, and already Harris is on board for another Manhattan new development. Comment?
Thursday May 16 | via Drug Store News
Nexxus Salon Hair Care, in what it called a "first-of-its-kind" installation at a drug store chain, unveiled a window display tribute to the Tony Awards and Broadway at the Duane Reade store across from Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan. Comment?
Thursday May 16 | via Wall Street Journal
Billionaire hedge-fund manager William Ackman and a group of real-estate investors are in contract to buy a penthouse condo in Manhattan for more than $90 million, according to people familiar with the matter. Comment?
Wednesday May 15 | via The New York Observer
After watching their townhouse sit on the market for a year without a sale, the owners of 80 Washington Place have decided to take a cue from its previous owner, composer and conductor John Philip Sousa: they're marching on. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via The Real Deal
The priciest office lease deal signed in the first quarter of 2013 was Macy's $620-plus million renewal at 11 Penn Plaza, according to The Real Deal's first-ever quarterly ranking of Manhattan's most valuable leases. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via Examiner.com
Here is a list of several cats and kittens available for adoption at the Animal Care and Control Center in Manhattan: 1. Sasha is a 6 year old, spayed female, tortie American Shorthair mix, who was found in Manhattan. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via Silicon Alley Insider
On recent visits to 35 McDonald's restaurants south of Central Park, a DNAinfo New York reporter found that at least 15 charged customers who asked for extra ketchup. 2 comments
Tuesday May 14 | via Channelnewsasia.com
Prince Harry inspected hurricane-damaged areas of the New Jersey shore Tuesday at the tail end of a US tour that has done much to bury his royal PR disaster last year in being photographed during a strip billiards session in Las Vegas. Comment?
Tuesday May 14 | via Eater
The New York Times gets an inside look at Stumptown Coffee Roasters ' upcoming Greenwich Village location , the roaster's second in Manhattan . Comment?
Oct 19, 2008 | via American Reporter
This is the documentary by James Marsh that tells the story of the moment in August 1974 when 24-year-old French daredevil, juggler, tightrope walker and pickpocket Philippe Petit stepped out on a wire strung between the two towers of the World Trade Center and, holding a balance bar, danced in the air for an awe-inspiring 45 minutes. Comment?