A man on a robbery spree across Manhattan targeted at least one of his victims with a Taser, according to police.
Police say that just after midnight, museum security saw a man and woman use some sort of paint or dye to vandalize the base of the statue before running away.
Three women from Texas were arraigned Tuesday in an attack on a hostess at Carmine's Italian Restaurant on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
The NYPD was investigating the shooting of a man in the chest and a woman who was injured when a bullet fragment struck her hand near Central Park.
4,000 returned to the Metropolitan Opera to watch Monday night's landmark performance by a Black composer.
The New York City Ballet is back with live performances in Lincoln Center after going dark for more than a year. Artistic director Jonathan Stafford said opening night brought up many emotions.
An attorney for the charged women told The New York Times the hostess suggested the vaccination cards were fake, spoke condescendingly to the group, who are Black, and used a racial slur. An attorney representing Carmine’s denied the claim.
Three tourists from Texas were arrested after attacking a hostess at Carmine's on the Upper West Side, said the NYPD.
The Metropolitan Opera returned to its home after an 18-month absence caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A woman was handcuffed and arrested over her unleashed dogs in a Manhattan park.
Police have arrested a man in connection with the hit-and-run accident that killed "Gone Girl" and "Cocktail" actress Lisa Bane. She died 10 days after being injured in a hit-and-run accident in New York City.
The NYPD's Hate Crime Task Force is asking for the public's help identifying the suspect who spit on a woman's face on the Upper West Side.
What started out as a vision for opera in small venues quickly blossomed into a reality, when opera enthusiast Leopoldo Mucci hosted his first opera night on July 25, 1995.
New York is the city that never sleeps. But the pandemic seems to have made early bird dining more of a thing now.
The New-York Historical Society has featured a number of LGBTQ+ exhibits, making it a natural fit to host a separate museum devoted entirely to the history and stories.
Stagehands at the Metropolitan Opera planned to return to work Wednesday after recommending their union ratify a new labor contract negotiated following a lockout that started last year.
The Lucerne Hotel has been at the center of a legal battle between city officials and residents of the Upper West Side. The hotel is being used as a temporary residence for homeless New Yorkers. The city on Monday transferred about 60 residents of the hotel to two shelters.
Christopher Browner is a practicing Catholic who also identifies as queer. He never questions his faith but sometimes struggles with its rules.
Friends Ruth Schwartz, Lorraine Perrillo and Edith Moscou all turn 100 years old around the same time.
A painting by Françoise Gilot sold last month for $1.2 million. But the 99-year-old painter says external accolades, as nice as they are, are not what she looks to for validation.