It was William Shakespeare’s birthday, his 451st to be precise, and the occasion was celebrated with music, open mic performances of his greatest monologues, and the hanging of banners, on which passersby could scribble down their favorite quote or phrase written by the Bard.
The National Parks Service commemorates the 150th anniversary of the president’s assassination with a program that follows the journey of the president’s funeral train.
A new art exhibition in the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse.
For college prep student Maria Garcia, 20, it has been a struggle to complete homework at home. Garcia, who will be attending Hostos College in the fall, said that she has to ask friends to use their Wi-Fi in order to get her work done. But now, that will change as Garcia will be able […]
Love locks — for some a symbol of love and devotion, for others a dangerous attachment to an aging bridge.
JK Rowling lights the Empire State to launch the U.S. branch of her charity Lumos.
Once frowned upon in Puerto Rico, the Bomba, an old Afro-Puerto Rican music style, is getting popular in the Bronx, thanks to educator, Dr. Drum.
As the religious aspect fade out, Easter Bonnet Parade take on its enduring designation as a cultural festival.
Thousands of lilies were planted in the flower beds of Rockefeller Center just in time for the Easter holiday.
After three decades of neglect, the newly renovated Kings Theatre is back in action.
One conventional book store is left in the Bronx, but comic book stores continue to thrive.
After an iconic competition closes, whistlers hope their music will live on.
New York City is one of four places in the U.S. to ban the fuzzy creature—and the city wants to keep it that way.
Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center will soon bear the name of music mogul, David Geffen.
Stars and students came out to the U.S. premiere of Leslee Udwin’s documentary based on the 2012 rape of a Delhi student.
New York’s smallest museum pays homage to everyday objects, from plastic spoons to toothpaste tubes.