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Here's Your Quick Primer On The History Of 3D Technology

New Yorkers have been leading the way with 3D technology and entertainment for over 100 years. From the first test reels with 3D glasses to the New York Lottery Gold Castle Scratch-off 3D app, find out how 3D technology has evolved and how you can be part of 3D history. [ more › ]

The 20 best bagel shops in New York City, according to Foursquare

If there's one thing New Yorkers agree on, it's that New York City has the best bagels in the world. But that's where the agreement stops. It's a city of a thousand bagel shops, and everyone believes their favorite is No. 1. So who does it best? We partnered with city-guide app Foursquare to compile a list of the top bagels shops in NYC. Show More Summary

Cronut-Craving New Yorkers Ignored a Dead Body

According to reports, people in line for cronuts at 6AM were not bothered by the sight of a dead man on a public bench.

The L Train Shutdown Is a Crisis New York City Can't Afford to Waste

Today, New Yorkers can look the future in the face: The L train will stop running between Brooklyn and Manhattan for 18 months starting in January 2019. Yes, we’re just talking one tunnel in one city. But this is still a very big deal. Show More Summary

The Weather Is Happening: Thunder, Lightning, Hail, Instagrams!

The weather is here! Around 5 p.m. this evening the skies darkened and New Yorkers desperately looked out their office window as lightning attempted to strike down landmarks like the Empire State Building. Nice try, lightning. [ more › ]

How a Smart Wi-Fi Hub Could Change Tech Access and City Advertising

New York's new LinkNYC program is beginning to replace defunct pay phones with new, ad-supported high-tech kiosks New Yorkers have started to see them pop up around Manhattan and the Bronx, but if the creators of the LinkNYC high-tech...Show More Summary

Mythical Faerie Land 'Williamsburg' Shut Off From Civilization For 1.5 Years As L Train Shuts Down

yesterdayVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

New Yorkers were unsure if the strange land of myth and wonder supposedly known as “Williamsburg” would be cast away and shut off from Manhattan intermittently for three years or absolutely for a year and a half. The latter is now true. Read more...

BWAC Art Show Adds Local Color To Red Hook

Red Hook is fast becoming worthy of its surname, with many attractions that have hooked New Yorkers and tourists alike to this historic Brooklyn seaside enclave. The neighborhood has the feel of a rusty Montauk, bathed by the watersShow More Summary

The truth about the Indian Point nuclear plant documentary

To the Editor: Thank for your well written story ("New Yorkers express fears of Indian Point nuclear power plant at documentary screening"). I appeared briefly in the film and was primarily... To view the full story, click the title link.

Free farm produce available for low-income New York seniors

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

Low-income New Yorkers age 60 and older can get free produce at local farm stands and farmers markets under a new state policy.

New Yorkers honor military veterans with 21 fishing boats

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

A flotilla of 21 fishing boats honored military veterans Saturday with a tour along the Hudson River.

Does Gary Johnson Not Understand How the 12th Amendment Works?

From the Ryan Lizza New Yorker story: “If it gets thrown to the House of Representatives and it goes beyond one ballot, I could be President,” Johnson said, smiling at the absurdity of the idea. “Because, if it goes beyond … Continue reading ?

Patty Hearst kidnap drama, trial documented in ‘American Heiress’

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Jeffrey Toobin, legal expert for The New Yorker and author of the definitive Simpson book “The Run of His Life,” returns now with another made-for-TV tale about child of privilege Hearst.

Church and Dancehall in Jamaica from 'Everblessed' (dir. Jeremy Relph + Nile Saulter)

'Jeremy Relph is best known for reporting on conflicts across the globe for The New Yorker. For his latest project, the Canadian journalist teamed up with Kingston-based director Nile Saulter to explore a more spirited subject—the connection between church and dancehall culture in Jamaica. Show More Summary

Here's why New Yorkers are mixed on their new connected subways

If you’ve ever taken a subway in New York City you know that once you’re on the train you’ve entered a wasteland void of connectivity. Not only will these futuristic people movers come with free Wi-Fi, they’ll also include USB charging...Show More Summary

The New Yorker's Snapchat is mesmerizing

Tapping through my Snapchat stories one afternoon, I was arrested by a rudimentary doodle. “This Week’s Cover” it said in neon scrawl. This simple snap was everything I didn’t know I needed in my life. SEE ALSO: This Snapchat feature...Show More Summary

Former New Yorker Lands a Fabulous Job in Aspen

Katie Shapiro is the new digital editor of Aspen Sojourner.

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