Sandy's storm clouds have yielded a silver lining in the hard-hit neighborhood: a closer community that includes dedicated volunteers.
Shaquille O'Neal drew a crowd just blocks from Madison Square Garden as he announced his latest post-NBA venture: a new jewelry line.
Hundreds of pro-Palestinian and pro-Israel demonstrators traded dueling chants in Times Square as the Gaza conflict stirred strong emotions in the streets of New York.
Food trucks are bringing free meals to Red Hook residents still reeling from Hurricane Sandy.
SHADES OF GREEN: A new exhibit at the Parsons School of Design seeks to connect art and the environment to our surroundings.
The Cyber Security Awareness Week competition at NYU-Poly drew hackers and companies trying to protect against hackers.
The Gowanus Canal overflowed during Sandy, raising concerns that the polluted waterway sent toxins flowing into surrounding neighborhoods.
The city's post-Sandy gas rationing program – based on odd and even license plates – fueled debate as cars lined for blocks.