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Arguably the best - or at least the fastest - female bartenders in America were under one roof at a Lower East Side nightclub Thursday night. Comment?
On Wall Street, the wheel of fortune can spin around and around, from enormous cash bonuses and luxurious perks one year to the unemployment line the next. Comment?
A rendering of a vehicle barricade known as a sally port on West Broadway, approaching the World Trade Center. Comment?
"I'm from out of town, and I like a good pastrami sandwich," said Jeffrey A. Devore, a lawyer from West Palm Beach, Fla., who was sitting in Katz's , the Lower East Side delicatessen that, like the neighborhood itself, has become a study in contrasts. Comment?
The trains lurched through the Harlem darkness, rattling above an all-night pawnshop, a swell of reggaeton music and a man in a headdress, squawking from his bicycle. Comment?
At the cavernous entrance to Pier 57 in Chelsea, an ancient loading dock has become a makeshift stage for the work of Gaetano Pesce , the 74-year-old Italian design legend who moved to New York 32 years ago because the city "was the capital of the 20th century." He arrived with a splash, one of a who's who of modern Italian designers included in ... (more) Comment?
Having a hard time imagining a palatial Republican Club in the middle of blue Manhattan - with a sumptuous main lounge, fireplaces at either end, that offers a panorama of Bryant Park through its great windows, and an oak-trimmed dining room where each of the pilasters is topped by an "RC" crest? Would it sound more like a New York story if we told ... (more) Comment?
The weather has been in that elusive sweet spot, with temperatures we were pining for a couple of months ago and will again a couple from now. Comment?
Verizon announced on Tuesday that it would move 1,100 employees out of its headquarters and switching center at 140 West Street in Lower Manhattan and offer half of the 31-story tower for sale or lease. Comment?
A search for an escaped, handcuffed prisoner snarled subway service across much of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and into the Bronx late Monday morning, the authorities said. Comment?
Baruch College's new plaza used to be a street: East 25th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues, which is flanked by Baruch buildings. Comment?
A police commander chased a man wearing a mask at a May Day protest in Manhattan on Wednesday calling for workers' rights. Comment?
At the West Fourth Street basketball courts in Manhattan, which draw players from all over the city, Jason Collins's coming out raised few eyebrows. Comment?
The 13th annual New York Indian Film Festival will open on Tuesday evening in Manhattan with the premiere of "Dekh Tamasha Dekh," which was directed by Feroz Abbas Khan. Comment?
One minute, sunshine and spring blossoms were the only things descending from the sky, the next moment it was ashes, soot and fire-hose water cascading from the first roof-deck fire of the year in Lower Manhattan on Sunday afternoon. Comment?
Welcome to the Big City Book Club. Our live discussion about "Great Fortune," by Daniel Okrent, will take place from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Eastern time in the comments section below, but you can post your thoughts and questions anytime. Comment?
Hardly anybody would have looked for an "I aTM NY" bumper sticker on George Jones's tour bus. Comment?
Strawberries were selling for two pints for $5 Thursday at a vendor's cart in Midtown, where they normally sell for $4 or $5. A strawberry surplus generated by erratic weather in California and Florida has dropped prices, so pint containers that usually go for up to $5 can be found for as little as $1 at some street-corner fruit stands in the city. Comment?
If you are the type of person who is inclined to watch YouTube videos of cute animals doing even cuter things, you've probably encountered Lil Bub: the adorable, wall-eyed kitten with a perpetually protruding strawberry pink tongue. Comment?
The Metropolitan Opera released the performers, dates and places on Monday for the free park recitals it sponsors every summer in lieu of full-scale opera performances, which were suspended after 2007 because of the cost. Comment?