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Fast-food workers continued demonstrating for better conditions Friday, protesting a Wendy's shareholder meeting just one week after the New York Attorney General announced an investigation into claims of widespread wage theft in the industry.
One of the locations where the bikes were set up was at 10th Street and Fifth Avenue in Greenwich Village.
The Real Deal recently reported on interesting facts about the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.
Crews have also implemented an eight percent voltage reduction on Roosevelt Island and several other areas in Manhattan, including Lexington Avenue to the East River, 62nd to 56th Streets and 52nd Street south to 44th Street between Fifth and Park Avenues.
"The Neighbors," an exhibition now at the Julie Saul Gallery in Chelsea, is, as you may have read , angering many residents of a certain TriBeCa building.
One clue to understanding how David Rockwell's mind works is by finding out what he collects.
Cops busted actress Amanda Bynes on Thursday night after she tossed a resin-coated water pipe out of a high-rise apartment window in midtown, police sources said.
SUMMERWORKS 2013 - the annual season of new plays presented by the four-time Obie Award-winning theater company Clubbed Thumb, will be presented tonight, May 24 to June 29 at The Wild Project in Manhattan.
Camila Mateo laughs with her roommates, Julie Endrizzi and Steve Situ before their graduation from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons on Wednesday.
It took a few days, but the Post found someone to go along with its bike-scare nonsense , according to the Post.
If you ride three bus routes on NJ TRANSIT to get home from Manhattan during the week, you might be able to cut your commuting time.
People shook his hand outside a Harlem subway station and asked him about issues ranging from police tactics to education and services for the mentally ill.
Heat-related deaths in New York City's borough of Manhattan may rise about 20 percent over the next decade, according to a new study.
Such towering ambitions have become all the rage in Manhattan these days, as booming demand for super-luxury apartments in the country's most expensive real-estate market has changed the economics of development.