From the foothills of the Himalayas to the skyscrapers of the city, Dawa Sherpa carries his Buddhist principles with him wherever he goes. On Friday, the owner of the Land of Buddha boutique spoke to NYCityLens about immigrating, business, and finding inner peace in New York.
Postcards from the first weekend at New York City’s newest playground, Hudson Yards
After battling over a year against the developer’s use of non-union labor, the rank-and-file feel betrayed by their leadership
A choreographer uses the artist’s paintings to inspire a new show.
The New York Department of Sanitation doesn’t usually concern itself with high fashion. But it did last week. From 6 to 8 p.m. last Wednesday around 60 shoppers drank champagne, ate cupcakes and got style advice from five New York Instagram influencers, while they browsed racks of secondhand clothes at Housing Works, a thrift shop […]
The Karl Lagerfeld store in SoHo had an arrangement of white roses positioned in its window Wednesday in memory of the iconic fashion designer, who passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 19 in Paris. On the sidewalk outside the shop, passersby and fans also left their own tokens of appreciation—lit candles and a few good bye […]
Residents in the Taft Houses say the problem is not that they lost heat and hot water, but that it happens so often
Work is on display from 16 artists, aiming to shine a light on the lives of the more than 2 million U.S. citizens behind bars
What happens behind the scenes of the vibrant celebration
The sugary heart-shaped classic hasn’t been easy to find, but a few candy-shop owners have stocked up.
Runners in Manhattan support a charity group by wearing their underwear.
A Lunar New Year protest tackles the persecution of a Muslim ethnic group
For the 20th year, celebrations for the Lunar New Year, a tradition brought to the United States by immigrants not only from China, but also from other Asian countries, took place Tuesday with Chinese-Americans heralding the arrival of the Year of the Pig with song, dance, and firecrackers. The celebration in Sara D. Roosevelt Park, […]
Frozen finger tips and cold winds did not stop Upper East Side residents from hitting the streets Thursday afternoon, despite freezing temperatures. Commuters bundled up in layers on layers of coats, sweaters, scarves, and socks. Young children had their coat zippers so high you could only see their eyes peeking through. Senior citizens donned puffy […]