Search Results : Upper West Side


Blog Post Results (121-140 of 1401)

Liam Neeson Hasn't Been Offered 'Star Wars VII' Role

Liam Neeson keeps a super low profile while doing grip exercises and crossing the street on Thursday (March 19) in the Upper West Side neighborhood of New York City. The week before, the 62-year-old actor stopped by Watch What Happens Live to promote his new movie Run All Night. During the appearance, Liam opened up [...]

Guide shows how to hire—and keep—older workers

At the Apple store on Manhattan's Upper West Side, older workers are strategically placed toward the store's front to make a welcoming environment for customers who may be overwhelmed by technology.... To view the full story, click the title link.

Condé Nast Hired Dorothy Parker 100 Years Ago

Vogue added Dorothy Parker to its staff in 1915. Dorothy Rothschild was 21 and living on the Upper West Side of Manhattan when she mailed a letter that changed her life. It happened 100 years ago, sometime in early 1915. The moment set the scene for her to become Dorothy Parker. The letter she placed in the mailbox contained a 36-line poem. Show More Summary

Condé Nast Hired Dorothy Parker 100 Years Ago

Vogue added Dorothy Parker to its staff in 1915. Dorothy Rothschild was 21 and living on the Upper West Side of Manhattan when she mailed a letter that changed her life. It happened 100 years ago, sometime in early 1915. The moment set the scene for her to become Dorothy Parker. The letter she placed in the mailbox contained a 36-line poem. Show More Summary

Richard Preston’s “The Mountains of Pi”

In a 1992 piece called “The Mountains of Pi,” Richard Preston profiled two math geniuses named Gregory and David Chudnovsky. The Chudnovsky brothers had built their own supercomputer in their Upper West Side apartment and were using it to explore the inner infinity of pi. Show More Summary

The Belnord gets $575M for apts.

The residential portion of the century-old Upper West Side complex The Belnord was sold for about $575 million. Manhattan-based HFZ Capital Group bought the property from Extell Development for what... To view the full story, click the title link.

Here’s a GIF of Representative Charlie Rangel Winking During a High-School Spin Class

Congressman Charlie Rangel visited Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School on Wednesday, where he ended up taking a spin class. The 84-year-old, who represents upper Manhattan and the Bronx, might have been wearing a suit while exercising, but all the thumb-ups and winks he gave the camera while bopping to... More »

A Garrison Keillor Show Companion

4 months agoArts / Graphic Design : UnBeige

Ahead of a performance tonight at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center, 71-year-old public radio dean Garrison Keillor chatted with City Paper arts editor Elizabeth Pandolfi. Keillor describes his Upper West Side apartment asShow More Summary

This New UWS Restaurant Is A Stoned College Student's Dream

  Last year, Upper West Side comfort food shop Say Cheese won our approval for their exemplary grilled cheese sandwiches. Now, they're passing the Dutchie to Amused, their new weekend pop-up restaurant geared towards comfort foods. It's a menu that seems to be geared toward those of us who may favor a toke or two of some sweet ass grass. [ more › ]

Police: Man With Gun Threatened To "Kill People" In UWS Church

Police are looking for a man who brandished a gun in an Upper West Side church and threatened to "kill people." [ more › ]

Saudi Prince Selling NYC Digs With 3 Panic Rooms

Saudi Prince Nawaf bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud is apparently quite concerned with security. The royal is selling an apartment he owns on New York's Upper West Side, and the Wall Street Journal reports that the 10,500-square-foot triplex in the Heritage at Trump Place features not one, not two,...

People Just Leaving Their Discarded Snakes In The Street Now

You needn't have had a traumatic experience in your youth while trying to retrieve the Cross of Coronado from bandits to hate snakes. All you need is to have stumbled upon a frozen one on the Upper West Side: "Frozen UWS roadkill on 75th between Amsterdam and Columbus! Why and how?!" Margot Meyerhoff wrote us alongside the photos. Show More Summary

13-Year-Old Arrested For Series Of Violent Upper West Side Robberies

A 13-year-old has been arrested in connection with a series of violent robberies on the Upper West Side this year. The teen, whose name hasn't been released because of his age, is allegedly part of a teen gang who menaced at least five different people, most of them minors, between January 22 and February 7. He has been charged with robbery. [ more › ]

A Luxury Tower on the Upper East Side, a Two-Bedroom in the West Village, and a Studio in a Greenwich Village Co-op

Welcome to For Real Estate, a new column in which we will explore listings from the tumultuous New York City real estate market. Two Sutton Place North • $3,020-9,760/month • 0-3 Bed On the Upper East Side, two black glass towers pierce the sky above York Avenue immediately north of the Queensboro Bridge. The first […]

Pipe Bursts, Floods AMC 84th Street Movie Theater On UWS

A pipe burst at an Upper West Side movie theater yesterday afternoon, forcing moviegoers to be evacuated. [ more › ]

Watch Rachel Antonoff Get Ready for Her Return to NYFW

5 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Yesterday, Rachel Antonoff debuted her prep-school-themed fall collection at the Professional Children’s School on the Upper West Side — her first show at New York Fashion Week in two years. (For the past four seasons, she’s made videos instead of showing her collections, featuring directing credits by Lena Dunham and... More »

A Group Of Violent Teens Is Terrorizing The Upper West Side

There is nothing scarier than teenagers running amok in NYC (or elsewhere). And violence perpetrated by minors is no joke: teen gangs are responsible for about 40 percent of all city shootings. Now police are looking for a group of teens who have been connected with at least five incidents of assault over the last couple weeks. [ more › ]

Suburban Noise vs. City Noise

Metropolitan Diary: An emigrant from the Upper West Side emailed her family complaining about the sounds of the suburbs.

Why are poets' voices so insufferably annoying?

When I was in grad school I'd meet my thesis advisor, Catherine, on Tuesday nights at a café on New York's Upper West Side. We'd sit together at a small table, where she'd have me read my fresh, newly written poems out loud. It was an exercise to hear how the poems sounded, a way to help pinpoint any hiccups in the rhythm, line breaks and so on. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC