Bronx student restores local basketball courts
Through his non-profit foundation, "Courts of Dreams," Danny Cornstein, a high school junior, set out to restore basketball courts throughout the Bronx. In order to do so he needed to raise $70,000. With support from the NY Knicks and John Starks they were able to make progress.
Style & swag in hip hop
Hip hop has always been known for its swag and style but with social media and fast trends, artists are increasingly turning to stylists to help them get the winning look.
Iconic Irish Pub closes after 43 years
Rosie O’Grady’s in Midtown is closing its doors after 43 years. Owner Mike Carty says staying in business is no longer possible. ”We are getting emails from all over the world,” Carty said.
Iconic Irish pub Rosie O'Grady's to close
After serving steak and seafood to locals and tourists alike for over four decades, Rosie O'Grady's, located on 7th Avenue and W 52nd Street, is preparing to bid farewell. The beloved restaurant, known for its warm atmosphere and delectable cuisine, will shut its doors on July 1st, marking the end of an era.
Churchill Downs closed due to horse deaths
Churchill Downs will suspend racing operations on Wednesday and move the remainder of its spring meet to Ellis Park to conduct a “top-to-bottom” review of safety and surface protocols in the wake of 12 horse fatalities the past month at the home of the Kentucky Derby.