Feb 132017
 
How to survive the L train shutdown

The L train shutdown is still two years away, but NYC agencies are holding public workshops now, for businesses and residents affected, to hear concerns and get ideas for alternative transportation. The shutdown to repair the Canarsie Tunnel is scheduled Read More

Feb 092017
 
Driving safety tips for snow, sleet, ice

Slipping and sliding: the best advice for driving in bad weather is simple -don’t. If you absolutely must drive, go slower than usual and steer, accelerate and brake more gently than usual to avoid skids. Driving in snow, sleet and ice Read More

Jan 312017
 
#DeleteUber for anti-immigrant policies

Vote with your wallet. #DeleteUber for its anti-immigrant policies and price-gouging surge pricing. #DeleteUber and use Lyft, Gett, or a licensed NYC yellow or green taxi. #DeleteUber has been trending since demonstrations at JFK Airport last weekend protesting President Trump’s Read More

Jan 292017
 
NYC news you might have missed in January

This is our monthly recap of recent NYC news you might have missed during the last few weeks. As usual, top of our list again is food and drink, real estate and shopping. Staten Island Ferris Wheel costs double – Read More

Jan 252017
 
NYC free: grad school college fair

Learn about the world’s best Masters and PhD programs, apply for scholarships, meet with admissions officials, attend seminars by education experts, all FREE, at the The World Grad School Tour in NYC this weekend. Participating grad schools include The London Read More

Jan 192017
 
Inauguration events and rallies in NYC

The world changes tomorrow with the inauguration of a new US President.  Be part of one or more of these FREE inauguration events in NYC marking the change: Today, Jan. 19: Noon to 12:10pm: A 10 minute Standing, Synchronized, Worldwide Read More

Jan 152017
 
Women's March on NYC against intolerance

Join the Women’s March on NYC next Sat., Jan. 21st, to protest racial, religious and gender intolerance and show support for the fight for civil liberty in the USA. It’s FREE to register and march, and you’ll be among thousands Read More

Jan 012017
 
NYC news you might have missed in December

Happy 2017! This is our monthly recap of recent NYC news you might have missed during the last few weeks. As usual, top of our list again is food and drink, real estate and shopping. NYC is a tourist magnet Read More

Dec 292016
 
Farewell to New Yorkers we lost in 2016

In 2016, New York City lost some famous born-here natives, and others who famously adopted NYC. From the big screen to the TV screen, Broadway stage and the world’s concert stages, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, a First Lady, a Read More

Dec 032016
 
NYC news you might have missed in Nov.

This is our monthly recap of recent NYC news you might have missed during the last few weeks. Top of our list again this month is food and drink, real estate, and shopping, including a new Pearl River Mart and Read More

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