It's beginning to look a lot like the holidays, everywhere you go. Our reporters offer seasonal dispatches from Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx.
Author: Erica Jackson
More than 100 people patiently waited for two hours as they lined up on a Bronx street to get a free frozen turkey.
The annual Veterans Day Parade offered an opportunity to celebrate our troops, past and present, as well as address their needs – including better healthcare and more jobs.
The Harlem-based Mandala Kitchen Project helps unemployed and homeless New Yorkers gain the skills needed for restaurant jobs.
The New York Messengers Alliance formed in the hopes of getting more money and benefits for couriers working in the growing gig economy.
Bedford-Stuyvesant's Kafe L'Ouverture is collecting supplies for victims of Hurricane Matthew.
Law enforcement personnel cheered the city's outgoing top cop during a farewell ceremony at One Police Plaza as demonstrators gathered outside criticized his policies.
Students joined professors in a protest outside LIU's Brooklyn campus, where the administration locked out faculty amid a contract dispute.