Hartley House, a community center in Hell's Kitchen, is getting spruced up, thanks to some corporate neighbors.
Archive: September 2010
McDonald's is sporting a new look and new offerings at some New York outlets amid a boost in profits.
The FBI tracked trailblazing entertainer Lena Horne for nearly 30 years because of her involvement with civil rights – and eyed her as a Communist sympathizer during the height of the McCarthy era, newly disclosed documents reveal.
Soviet dissident writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn lived in fear of the KGB for years after his exile from the Soviet Union – even as the FBI was secretly watching him, newly disclosed documents reveal.
Bedbugs, already a nuisance in the city’s bedrooms, retail stores, movie theaters and offices, are now a growing problem in another unwelcome place: public schools.
The new Castle Gardens housing complex serves former inmates and low-income New Yorkers.
The expansion of Steiner Studios – where the musical version of "The Producers" was filmed – is one sign that Brooklyn is on the rebound.
Local gardeners are trying to figure out what proposed new rules could mean for their patches of paradise.