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Report shows roughly 30% of NYC children are poor

More than 530,000 kids are living in poverty and experts say that problem could last more than one generation.

NYC’s coastal areas in serious crisis: Report

In light of the pullout from the Paris Climate Agreement, a group of environmentalists warn that the city’s coastal neighborhoods could face grave problems.

9/11 Memorial to honor rescue workers

Plans are underway to honor the women and men who spent months salvaging Ground Zero.

‘Wonder Woman’ director Patty Jenkins talks diversity, influences and more

The woman behind the DC Comics superhero’s live action debut talks about the fun and future of making a female led movie.

Henson MOMI exhibit to finally open in July

It’s time to play the music, it’s time to light the lights.

Broadway breaks box office records

The Great White Way saw a surge in new fans.

Poverty rampant among immigrant seniors: Report

More immigrants are choosing to stay in New York, but face tough financial struggles.

New 332 area code arriving in Manhattan to little fanfare

The newest set of digits coming to the Big Apple came with a muted response from the public, who take more pride in their out of state area codes.

Coney Island Mermaid Parade seeks funds for this year’s fete

The annual Surf Avenue celebration seeks help from its fans.

Foster kids to shadow City Council members

The City Council invited a group of foster children to oversee the governing process and gain their input on future legislation.

NYC restaurants’ grades improve, violations down: City

The city’s eateries and foodies are coming together to make restaurants better.

NYC bookstores are making a comeback

The reports of NYC bookstores’ death is far from true according to recent data.

‘President Show’ Trump impersonator dishes on new role

Comedy Central takes a new turn in late night.

New Kosciuszko Bridge span to open with light show

The first new bridge in over 50 years will be ready for drivers.

March for Science in NYC rallies against Trump on Earth Day

Tens of thousands of New Yorkers rallied in the name of science and innovation.

NYC tourism campaign aims to counter Trump’s ‘America First’ rhetoric

The city says it is preparing for a major hit to its economy due to the president’s rhetoric and policies.

Squibb Park Bridge springs back to life

The connector between Brooklyn Bridge Park and the rest of the borough is back.

Rents near popular subway stops sharply rise: Report

New Yorkers seem to value money over time when it comes to living off a subway stop. However, that convenience appears to be getting less available.

NYC DOT survey of privately owned streets could end in takeover

The city is mulling a major infrastructure initiative to save the roads less traveled.

Quad Cinema reopens in glitzy new form

The famous art house theater’s reboot is the latest in the city’s growing trend.