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Roller-skating rink celebrates 60 years of keeping kids fit
Guptill's Arena in Colonie, N.Y. draws in families looking for fun and fitness.
Hotdogs and Homework program reaches out to Harlem teens
Hotdogs and Homework, a tutoring program at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Harlem, offers teens tutors and homework-friendly environment.
Brush with Kindness offers new paint, new hope
Volunteers from Habitat for Humanity’s Brush with Kindness program spruce up New York City Housing Authority facilities long overdue for maintenance work.
Broadway shows expand audiences via social media
Broadway shows "The Book of Mormon” and “Chicago” use social media to appeal to theater lovers and broaden their audience.
Jewish book sale bridges generational gap
More than 13,000 will visit Yeshiva University's Seforim book sale this month, where patrons can select from a wide range of Jewish works.
Cuban music alive in Midtown
Yuka Seka play traditional Cuban music at the Habana Room in midtown.
NYC Cold: Bad weather means bad business for food vendors
“When it’s cold and snowing, nobody comes to Central Park,” a food vendor said
NYC Cold: Parents struggle with strollers in the snow
Pushing bundled up babies through snow, slush and ice is not easy.
NYC Cold: Street performers, homeless seek warmth of ferry terminal
The entryway also plays host to a tin man and golden statue.
NYC Cold: Coney Island’s Nathan’s Famous attract tourists in the bitter cold
Nathan's hot dogs is comfort food for cold New Yorkers and tourists.