Times Square 2:30pm | Jan. 26, 2015 While schools, offices and airports often close during severe weather, TV newsers don’t have that option. The #Blizzardof2015 (how’s that for a simple moniker?) is bearing down on 28 million people,...Show More Summary
By noon, midtown Manhattan has turned into a ghost town. Times Square, the heart of Broadway, is nearly deserted and seems like a set for a chilly zombie movie. FROM EARLIER: Everything you’ll need to get you through 2015’s first massive blizzard Midtown Manhattan at just before noon on Monday. Show More Summary
So long, 4 Times Square! Today marks Day 1 for The New Yorker staff at its new headquarters, 1 World Trade Center. The magazine leaves behind its roots in Midtown Manhattan (the area it’s called home for all of its 90 years of existence) and joins its fellow Condé Nast brethren downtown. Show More Summary
NBC has ordered a pilot of Blindspot from Greg Berlanti (Arrow/Flash/Supergirl). Blindspot "begins with a beautiful woman, covered in a "road map" of tattoos, discovered naked in Times Square. Her mysterious ink sends the FBI on an intense journey which, ultimately, reveals her true identity." [TV Line] Read more...
A man who wears a Winnie The Pooh costume in Times Square has been arrested for the fatal stabbing of a man at a Midtown deli last week. The suspect, whom the Post identifies as Arturo, was arrested around 2 p.m. Friday at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut, and is expected to face murder charges. [ more › ]
` The New Yorker ends a fifteen-year stint at 4 Times Square.
Man of the people Tom Hanks was spotted riding the subway in downtown New York City Thursday. Hanks has been in NYC lately while filming Steven Spielberg drama "St James Place." "To Times Square... and beyond!!!"
An apparent murder-suicide took place in the lobby of a Times Square building last night. Police say a man fatally shot his girlfriend, and then himself at The Times Square Hotel, located at 255 West 43rd Street. [ more › ]
A Times Square hotel for the homeless was the scene of a bloodbath Wednesday night
Kicking off her day with some media duties, Jennifer Aniston showed up at ABC Studios in Times Square, New York City on Wednesday morning (January 21). The “Rumor Has It” star donned a big smile as she sat down to chat about her newShow More Summary
There's an unforgettable scene in "Birdman" where Michael Keaton is forced to walk through New York's Times Square in his underwear after getting locked out of his dressing room mid-performance at a nearby Broadway theater. But whatShow More Summary
The victim was stabbed on 40th St. near Seventh Ave. about 9:30 p.m., police sources said Wednesday.
Blaring sirens followed by a megaphone-toting man ranting about blasphemies start out this video, filmed by Times Square resident (and Wild Style director) Charlie Ahearn between the years 1981 and 1983. Shot from his window, the forty...Show More Summary
For a brief moment each night in the month of January this year, outdoor advertising screens in New York City’s Times Square are being taken over by a video of a man yawning. The curious video installation, entitled A Pause in the City That Never Sleeps, was created by (and stars) Chilean artist Sebastian Errazuriz […]
With more cities designating car-free zones, what would New York look like with its own bustling Times Square, sans-vehicles? For the Vision42Design competition, teams were asked to develop plans of a future 42nd street as a "pedestrian-friendly, auto-free, sustainable boulevard." READ MORE »
New York's Times Square in the cold and dark world of Amazon's 'The Man in the High Castle' So much of history is happenstance, where a combination of choices and random events aligned just right to create the world we know. Oh, where...Show More Summary
Not so "Lol" now, huh, Gad?
Every January evening at 11:57, Sebastian Errazuriz takes over the screens in Times Square. His art installation, “A Pause in the City that Never Sleeps,” is a three minute black and white video of him yawning. There's a special artist reception tonight at 11:45 PM in Duffy Square. READ MORE »
While visiting "The Tonight Show" to promote his latest film, "The Wedding Ringer," actor Josh Gad shared an Times Square anecdote with host Jimmy Fallon regarding his work on the animated hit "Frozen."