Booze-free bar

By any measure, Listen Bar could be any watering hole in the East Village. Just one thing is missing: alcohol. Listen Bar is the brainchild of Lorelei Bandrovschi. She launched one of the city's only so-called sober bars after a friend dared her to give up alcohol for one month.

New York Veterans Day Parade draws thousands on a sunny day

A show of American pride swept the streets of New York City for the 100th annual Veterans Day Parade. This year's celebration involved as many as 30,000 participants and kicked off at Madison Square Park with remarks by President Donald Trump, the first sitting U.S. president to ever attend this march, the largest in the country.

2019 Holiday Gridlock Alert Days

That time of the year has come again—when New Yorkers have to deal with especially terrible traffic in Midtown Manhattan because of the holidays.

Upper West Side mothers raise concerns about crime

A shooting in broad daylight at a playground on West 64th Street in October capped off a string of violent incidents that included also a 57-year-old woman being viciously attacked and robbed and an 85-year-old woman by being robbed by two teens—all within a 10-block radius.

NYC plans to relocate Charging Bull statue

New York City is forging ahead with its plan to move the iconic Charging Bull statue at Bowling Green in lower Manhattan to a location near the New York Stock Exchange that is safer for crowds.

Zachary Iscol on veterans and mental health

New York City's annual Veterans Day Parade is on Monday, Nov. 11. Zachary Iscol will be one of the grand marshals at the parade. The decorated Marine veteran is the co-founder of Headstrong, an organization that provides free mental health care to former service men and women, and Task and Purpose, a publication by and for veterans and members of the military.