‘Ghostbusters’ director reflects on NYC’s role in the classic film

Three decades later and the sci-fi horror comedy still leaves its mark on the Big Apple, according to Ivan Reitman.

One World Trade Center lands another tenant

The World Trade Center scores another occupant as it gears up for its grand opening.

Whoopi Goldberg pushes for more medical pot coverage in NY

The “Sister Act” star praised the governor for making progress with medicinal marijuana but added that Albany needed to go farther.

Superman’s debut comic sells for record $3.2 M on eBay

The most iconic comic book of all time broke records on the online auction site.

Letitia James unveils her cop-camera pilot proposal

The Public Advocate says body worn police cameras would be the best solution to ease tensions between officers and New Yorkers.

Hudson Yards developers give update on project

The all-new, all different West Side is on schedule.

Melissa Mark-Viverito reveals she has ‘high-risk HPV’

New Yorkers big and small came to the support of the City Council Speaker after she candidly revealed a health condition.

NY fans, colleagues remember Robin Williams’ career and charity

New Yorkers who were touched one way or another by Robin Williams open up about his tragic death.

De Blasio, mayoral coalition pledge to fight income inequality

A who’s who of American mayors have banded together to tackle the nation’s biggest economic problems.

Anthony Weiner aims to create charity kitchen in Rockaways

Anthony Weiner is coming to the rescue for the Rockaways with a new charity project.

Ninja Turtles movie boosts NYC economy

The green heroes have come to the rescue and added $55 million to the city’s economy.

Ruby’s Bar and Grill celebrates 80 years as Coney Island staple

Ruby’s Bar has lasted eight decades and kept the community alive with its energy.

City sees jump in renters who shell out more money

Renting in the city is becoming more a problem, compared to the rest of the nation.

Bus driver, charged after Times Square crash

Times Square pedestrians were injured after two tour buses caused a major accident.

Atlantic Yards developers revamp project with new name, park, towers

The Atlantic Yards project is getting a makeover and Brooklnites are mixed on the new developments.

Five projects that would change NYC

A group of urban planning projects that will give New Yorkers fun amenities is in the early stages.

Nearly half of Manhattan’s homes sell for more than $1.2M: Report

Manhattan home prices are through the roof and advocates fear this won’t be the end of historic prices.

West Village residents and bystanders try to grasp deadly shootout

Although no civilians were hurt during a police shoot out left a suspect dead and three law enforcement officers injured, residents of the affected block said they were still shaken.

PA Bus Terminal: What the $90M overhaul should include

Urban planners and community experts have a lot to say about the Port Authority’s plans to revamp it’s decaying bus terminal.

City approves bill to install school emergency alert alarms

A bill passed by the City Council mandates that certain schools install alarms to prevent another tragedy like Avonte Oquendo from happening again.