Slate Property Group, the developer implicated in a Lower East Side land deal scandal, pulled out of a big city-backed project in Brooklyn.
“After 30 years, the iconic Heidelberg Project – [Tyree] Guyton’s internationally acclaimed outdoor wonderland of wit and whimsy, painted abandoned homes and repurposed urban debris on Detroit’s east side – is being dismantled. … No, Guyton is not abandoning his life’s work or waving a white flag in the face of 12 arson-fueled fires that […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — With suspicions on both sides mounting, the United States is struggling to preserve its wobbly partnership with Turkey as it entertains a closer relationship with Russia and fumes over a U.S.-based cleric it blames for orchestrating last month's failed coup attempt. [...]Show More Summary
A pair of crooks stole electronics, booze and diplomatic wheels from the Indonesian consulate on the Upper East Side early Monday.
I'd expected the exhibition of 45, wood-paneled mini-fridges at the Lower East Side's Denny Gallery to offer a literally cool breather from this sweltering summer, but none of them were running.
BEIJING – China and the United States have been trading accusations as both sides conduct war games across East Asia, and tensions are rising from the South China Sea to the East China Sea to the Korea peninsula in the midst of a regional arms race. At the heart of the tensions lies the maritime territorial dispute in […]
A man who witnesses say was intoxicated died early Sunday morning after he fell onto the subway tracks and was hit by a train at an Upper East Side station. [ more › ]
A man who appeared intoxicated died after falling onto an Upper East Side subway track early Sunday, police said.
The author, a New York Times editor, grew up in the city’s predominantly black North Side and went to school on the East Side, where he saw an obliviousness to matters of race.
NOTE: I'm continuing to search for information pertaining to the activity at this location:Over the years, there has been interest in an alleged UFO/alien encounter out at Arcadia Lake, on Edmond’s far east side, involving a fraternity...Show More Summary
Province Pond is an easy hike, close to North Conway, NH and Evans Notch on the east side of the White Mountains. It’s a good family hike for young children and an easy stroll with very little elevation gain, along and easy to follow path over old logging roads. The pond at the end of […]
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In 2014, the Wildensteins thought they'd pulled off the biggest real estate coup in New York. The billionaire art dealing family, whose gallery, Wildenstein & Co. had owned its 21,000-square-foot... To view the full story, click the title link.
Cuba Unbound has something new to offer travelers heading to Cuba: kayaking and walking tours on the wild, east end of the island. People-to-people trips start in November for an experience that organizers describe as a “little more raw” than the usual island-nation visit. Cuba Unbound is an affiliate...
Police are still trying to collar a bank bandit who has robbed at least nine banks since March. Most recently, he hit an HSBC location on the Upper East Side. [ more › ]
Mortadella. Mozzarella. Marijuana?
In the cozy Abrazo Interno Gallery, located up some winding stairs at The Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center in New York City’s Lower East Side, several rows of New York International Fringe Festival audience members...Show More Summary
Ina Garten, aka the Barefoot Contessa and her husband Jeffrey, Yale University dean emeritus, just purchased a stunning $4.65 million apartment in New York City's swanky Upper East Side. The elegant two-bedroom pre-war co-op will be in addition to the sprawling East Hampton estate where she shoots her show. Show More Summary
Fyvush Finkel, 93, “an Emmy Award-winning actor who is best known to contemporary audiences for his roles on ‘Picket Fences’ and ‘Boston Public’ but who spent most of his early career on Gotham’s Lower East Side performing in the Yiddish...
Thank goodness for Joe DiStefano for turning us on to yet another amazing food find, this time not in his beloved Queens. It's to the Lower East Side we go for what's arguably the best upgrade on a classic: the babka ice cream sandwich. [ more › ]