New York City (Page 21)
In Harlem, hundreds celebrate the re-opening of founding father’s house
An unveiling ceremony for the newly restored Hamilton Grange in Harlem, Manhattan attracted hundreds of visitors Sept. 17.
Dumpling fest draws big crowds, food eating champs
Tang’s Natural NYC Dumpling Festival draws big crowds to the Lower East Side.
Westboro Baptist Church inflames 9/11 memorial service vistors
“You think 9/11 was bad, you ain’t seen nothing yet,” a church member said.
Groups spread their own message at 9/11 memorial service
Whether it's prayer or a conspiracy theory groups tried to make their message heard.
Despite terror threats, thousands stream to ground zero
Police patrols were beefed up by the thousands.
Bagel shop closure could mean more Upper West Side development
After the recent closing of the popular H&H Bagels on W. 80th St. and Broadway, area residents now worry about the commercialization of the Upper West Side.
Crumbling East Village Projects: Residents getting sick as they wait for repairs
Ruth Christie says she will die prematurely if she cannot be relocated.
Push to rename Financial District reflects neighborhood change
Residents push to rename the Financial District SoMa, short for Southern Manhattan.
Immigrants help economic growth but still face discrimination
Immigrants bring more business to New York but some say they take jobs.
New York celebrates the death of Osama bin Laden
Nearly ten years after the September 11 attacks and America’s subsequent invasion of Afghanistan, a U.S. Special Forces team has […]