3 min ago | Examiner.com
With the end of the school year and summer fast approaching, the time was ripe for a teen job fair.
5 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
Half-moon hoops, double rims, chain-linked fences for out-of-bounds lines and no net that anyone can recall.
9 hrs ago | StreetsBlog.org
The NYT article says: "Pedestrians and bicyclists will be able to enter the site and travel along its streets and sidewalks just as they can everywhere else in the city," Not true, look at Park Row, only MTA buses and authorized vehicles are allowed to use the underpass.
New York, May 16 - Conveying Italy beyond stereotypes, with images that speak of a country with gorgeous landscapes, of an immense artistic and cultural patrimony, but also oriented toward the future, at the vanguard of the most cutting-edge sectors.
"The VIP experience is a special part of the festival which allows fans to enjoy the sights and sounds of the event in the comfort of high-end surroundings with excellent service provided by our partner, FINALE," said Insomniac, founder and CEO Pasquale Rotella.
Nathan Kaufman's wife, Ashley Alderfer-Kaufman, introduced him to Whoopi Goldberg, seen here at the Kaufmans' wedding last fall.
With twenty shows and forty artists over three months and the capacity for over fifty thousand audience members, New York City's SummerStage Festival presents the continental United States' largest array of free Latin music performance this year.
Known for its original colorful graphic textiles since 1951, when Marimekko first showed their cheerful prints in Helsinski, the company was an instant hit.
The Tyler Consolidated High School Choir returned from their trip to New York City with the honor of earning a First Place in the high school choir division at competition.
What can I say about New York that hasn't been said before? New York is the city that needs no introduction and definitely warrants a visit at least once in a lifetime.
Britain's Prince Harry toured two New Jersey shore communities devastated by Superstorm Sandy, shaking hands with emergency personnel and construction workers before spending Tuesday afternoon in New York City at events promoting tourism, entrepreneurism and philanthropy.
Forget the FastPasses. Apparently the secret to skipping the long lines at Disney World is to hire a disabled person.
Brooklyn's Green-Wood Cemetery celebrates 175 years with an exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York.
Former City Controller William Thompson, one of six Democratic candidates running for mayor, ran against billionaire Michael Bloomberg in 2009, losing by only five percentage points.
Though this story is about specific organizing in NYC, I think it's important to share the steps that are being taken there by a broad based coalition of progressive activists, which can be applied across the U.S. New York City's Stop and Frisk laws are racist, and negatively affect black, brown, and gay New Yorkers.