Pearl River Mart to reopen in Lower Manhattan

The beloved cultural shop is making a comeback just in time for the holidays.

NYC LGBT memorial: Gov. Cuomo announces artist competition

The state is looking for creative minds to help pay tribute to its LGBT pioneers.

NYC won’t make Build it Back deadline

Four years after Hurricane Sandy destroyed coastal neighborhoods, the city is still lagging on reconstructing.

Nintendo Switch, hybrid game console, revealed

The Japanese games giant is looking to switch things up for a new generation.

Brooklyn Alamo Drafthouse sets date for grand opening

The wait is over. The city’s first location of the famous movie chain is opening at the end of October.

Olympic runners to be NYC marathon grand marshalls

The top American runners will lead on their New York counterparts this year.

Gabby Giffords, Mark Kelly join NY politicians to curb gun violence

Two of the biggest advocates for gun control made their case on the steps of City Hall just weeks before the election.

NYC’s up-and-coming retail strips, from Manhattan to Queens

The retail scene is coming to neighborhoods across the city.

Bob Dylan’s NYC: Defining spots for the Nobel Prize winner

The legendary folk singer’s roots are deep in New York City.

Most New Yorkers who move stay in their boroughs: Report

Borough pride is strong among people who move.

Food cart permit expansion considered by City Council

A city bill would even the playing field for the thousands of food truck vendors in New York.

Bartlett Dairy will get new milk facility in Queens

Queens’s milk industry has a new lease on life.

Statue of Liberty Museum to open on Liberty Island in 2019

Liberty Island is going to be more packed soon.

NYC historical treasures on display at archaeological repository

Millions of relics dating back to the city’s history are now safely secured and available for future researchers.

Free Wi-Fi use at kiosks surpasses 576,000 people

Despite some controversies and a small range, the city’s wi fi project is onto a good start.

Off duty cop indicted in Brooklyn road rage shooting

The case marked the first time that the state attorney general prosecuted an officer for a shooting.

City combats Islamophobia with social media campaign

The city’s program will help promote equality.

New York student loan debt rising at rapid rate: Report

The student loan debt crisis is getting worse in the Big Apple.

City report shows progress among agencies

A drop in homicides, increase in graduation rates and other good news were part of the report.

Chelsea bombing injures 29

The city galvanizes following an explosion that injured 29 people.