A gun-toting thief targeted a busy Bronx liquor store because a curbside construction site made the shop an easy target, the store owner says.
I dreamt I wandered into a beautiful estate in an upscale area. No one was home so I walked in touching things in amazement.
A bendable burglar has broken into more than 20 delis and restaurants in Queens and the Bronx by squirming through ventilation ducts and bashing in rear and rooftop doors, police said Saturday.
A man was found dead under Coney Island’s famed Boardwalk on Saturday, officials said.
Queens residents can bring their recovery problems directly to top city officials Monday at a Hurricane Sandy town hall.
It was a 'Who’s the Boss?' reunion at the opening of Broadway’s 'Disgraced' when Judith Light and Tony Danza had a red carpet run in.
Matthew Rhys admits that as he was growing up, he didn’t pay much attention to mystery writer P.D. James. “Her stories were something my parents watched on television,” he says.
Families living in NYCHA developments will be able to enjoy free trips to the American Museum of Natural History, city and museum officials announced Saturday.
A Brooklyn beauty brand is headed for the big time.Cosmetics giant L’Oréal USA has announced it’s buying Carol’s Garden, a line of hair, body and skincare products born out of a Bedford-Stuyvesant kitchen 21 years ago.
There’s no place like home. For Martha Plimpton, now starring on Broadway in “A Delicate Balance,” that theme resonates loudly both on and off stage.
More than six years after the great George Carlin died, he’s finally got a street in his old neighborhood named after him.
Christmas is hearing footsteps. Ever since the flickering blue light of a 1948 Magnavox became the focal point of the American living room, television has adopted Christmas as its favorite holiday.
The site of a homegrown terror attack in Ottawa that left a Canadian soldier dead was reopened Saturday — and a moment of religious solidarity marked the solemn occasion.
A 27-year-old Brooklyn man who relatives said would “never hurt a fly” is facing murder charges for stabbing his live-in boyfriend to death, authorities said Saturday.
WINTER — or at least ice-skating season — is here. Brooklyn’s Lefrak Center at Lakeside will switch to cold-weather sports this weekend after a summer of roller skating.
If everybody coming through Newark and Kennedy airports is placed in supervised quarantine, and not allowed to go to their final destination, it’s a terribly bad use of quarantine to protect the public.
In fall, winners take it all. The onslaught of autumn releases from musical superstars steals attention from anyone who lacks the blinding profile of a Beyoncé, or the selling power of Adele.
Some patio furniture and a grill can go a long way to helping turn a Queens house for veterans into a home.
Real-life terrors keep even horror god Stephen King up at night. And scream queens who have battled knife-wielding maniacs, zombies and angry ghosts are haunted by much more mundane phobias. In time for Halloween, we asked some of the biggest horror icons to spill their guts about what scares them.
These days, once-quiet streets near the Jay St.-MetroTech subway station are crowded, as high-rise condos and upscale hotels arrive and new shops move into the business district known as MetroTech.