New Yorkers weigh in on city’s snow response

Residents, elected officials and others had a lot to say about the 2016 snowstorm that nearly broke city records.

Chris Carter chats ‘X-Files’ reboot

The creator of the cult sci-fi show talks about the fun and difficulty of bringing his most popular creation back.

Ziegfeld Theater to close in next few weeks, reopen as ballroom

The iconic Midtown theater will have its final curtain call.

Al Sharpton calls for Oscar boycott over dearth of diversity

The activist has joined the growing list of opposition to the Academy Awards.

NYC traffic deaths at historic low

The city’s initiative to curb road deaths appears to be working.

David Bowie’s New York City legacy

New Yorkers big and small remember the iconic rock star’s influence on the Big Apple.

amNY reporter learns the ways of the Force

Ivan Pereira takes his first steps into a larger world in anticipation for the new Star Wars movie.

Upper West Side among best places for NYC seniors: AARP

The Big Apple appears to be a perfect place for those over 65.

IDNYC card gets additional more benefits in 2016

The city’s municipal ID card will open users to a whole new world of places.

New Yorkers strong with the force

The fever pitch for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” hits new heights in the Big Apple.

High rents driving Manhattan’s vacancy rates up: Reports

A report indicates that New Yorkers are fed up with the skyrocketing Manhattan rents.

SantaCon pub crawl gets scrutiny from lawmakers

  (Original Link) 12/7/2015 By Ivan Pereira City and state elected officials are pushing SantaCon organizers and the New York State Liquor Authority to make the controversial pub crawl less of a nuisance. State Sen. Brad Hoylman sent a letter, co-signed by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Councilman Dan Garodnick and nine others, to both […]

New York leaders push for Zadroga renewal

The city’s political elite joined forces with first responders to make sure Congress continues its support for Ground Zero workers.

Brooklynites more generous tippers than Manhattanites: Study

Paying more for a pad rent doesn’t mean one is paying more for a meal in New York City.

NYC unemployment rate tips to the lowest point in 8 years

The city’s economy is on track for a big comeback, according to the latest labor figures.

New Yorkers rally in solidarity with victims of global terrorist attacks

The Big Apple sent its thoughts and prayers to the cities affected by recent terror.

LIRR lost and found is a mess: IG Report

A report by the MTA’s watchdog group found it’s hard to get a lost item back from the LIRR.

New York City diners fight for their futures

The biggest staple in the city’s restaurant scene is facing a troubling future.

James Blake says he has no qualms with NYPD as he preps for NYC Marathon

The tennis star’s incident with a cop hasn’t changed his view with the police force and the city overall.

De Blasio, Schumer, Meng place bets against Kansas City counterparts

More of the City’s top electeds are putting their faith on the Amazin’s during their World Series matchup.