Soon after the pandemic started Ralph Serrano accepted defeat. A professional mural artist, now earning hardly any income because his projects were put on hold. He could no longer pay his rent on the Upper West Side So, he moved out last month, leaving many of his paintings behind.
The American Museum of Natural History will remove a prominent statue of Theodore Roosevelt from its entrance after years of objections that it symbolizes colonial expansion and racial discrimination, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Sunday.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is criticizing the response of the NYPD to a food delivery worker attempting to make a delivery on the Upper West Side past the curfew Thursday.
The Met, which suspended its season after its March 11 performance, could run a deficit of up to $60 million on its $308 million budget.
An assistant nursing manager in Manhattan died Tuesday, reportedly from coronavirus.
Hospitals in New York City are being pushed to the brink in the fight to save lives from coronavirus.
The city's homeless community is especially at risk of catching and spreading the coronavirus because they often don't have places to wash their hands and may live in close quarters.
Fine and Schapiro has been located at the same storefront on the Upper West Side since 1927.
The Metropolitan Opera has instituted quarantines for artists and employees traveling to New York from areas affected by the new coronavirus.
Public payphones were once a fixture of New York City’s streets, but they could soon become an urban relic.
A seven-year-old girl was bitten in the face by a homeless man's dog as the girl gave the man money, according to the NYPD.
Police in New York were searching for a man who robbed a man inside the locker room of an Upper West Side Equinox Gym.
The nearly-completed 668-foot tall building at 200 Amsterdam Avenue may have to take a little off the top after a New York State Supreme Court judge ruled that the Department of Buildings revoke its permits and remove all floors that exceed the zoning limit, which according to published reports could be at least 20 floors.
A ruling by the New York State Supreme Court revoked permits for a nearly-completed building at 200 Amsterdam Avenue on the Upper West Side and may force at least 20 floors of it to be removed.
A hawk is recovering after flying into the side of a federal building in Downtown Brooklyn.
Popular doughnut brand Krispy Kreme plans to open six shops in New York City in 2020.
A day after refuting reports that it was filing for bankruptcy, Fairway market announced Thursday it had filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and would sell all of its stores.
Fairway Market says it isn't going anywhere.
A dead homeless man was reportedly found covered in maggots on a subway car in Manhattan.
A water main break on the Upper West Side near 103rd Street and Central Park West sent water flooding into a nearby subway station and caused significant traffic delays.