Students at Public School 75 got a preview of the National Double Dutch Holiday Classic – and a lesson in the value of exercise.
Author: Brendaliss Gonzalez
Volunteers from Stand Up for Kids gathered at Tompkins Square Park to promote Big Purple Couch Day as a part of Homeless Teen Awareness Month.
The city's MillionTreesNYC push is getting some help from the Mckinley Children's Garden in Queens.
Newly sworn in U.S. citizens proudly waved American flags before family, friends and one special guest: Lady Liberty, who was celebrating her 125th birthday.
After a massive promotional campaign that plastered city streets, subways and newspapers with ads, fashion retailer Uniqlo opened its third New York store.
Savorique, a gourmet food website, is hosting the first Chocolate Weekend NYC – letting consumers visit local shops and watch chocolate get made.
A week-long celebration at the African Burial Ground in Lower Manhattan commemorated the 20th anniversary of the 300-year-old cemetery's rediscovery.
Mini-pools that form in Chinatown after rainfall can last for days – collecting trash, chemicals and emanating a stench.