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NYC Marathon: Resilience in the Bronx
Security in New York was high today, with unprecedented precautionary measures.
NYC Marathon: The Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band energizes runners
This is the first time the LGBAC is performing at the marathon.
NYC Marathon: Snapshots from West Harlem
“This is almost the 23rd mile, and this is when the runners need a lot more energy,” one supporter said. “This is when they need you.”
NYC Marathon: East Harlem revelers hope to inspire runners
Brisk weather and a light drizzle of rain didn’t keep tens of thousands of runners from hitting the pavement and […]
NYC Marathon: Snapshots from Park Slope
This is the part of the race where runners start to lose some of the initial nervousness and begin to start “hitting their stride.”
NYC Marathon: “Electrified” show at Bay Ridge greets runners
Bay Ridge Brooklyn’s The Third Rail Classic Rock Band from Pavement Pieces on Vimeo. Marathon runners passing the 4th avenue […]
Queens library set to reopen after Sandy’s destruction
The Seaside branch of the Queens Library in Rockaway Park is set to reopen after major damage from Hurricane Sandy.
White Cane Safety Day
Celebrating National White Cane Safety Day in the Bronx.
Jeronim Hajdaraj, comic book artist
Jeronim Hajdaraj incorporates legends and heroes from his native Kosovo as way to pay tribute to his heritage.
Paul Mole´Barber Shop
The Paul Molé Barber Shop has been in the Upper East Side since 1913. The shop offers haircuts, shaves, manicures and even hair coloring.