Chef One, a New York-based Asian food company, produces 44,000 dumplings an hour.
Community groups working to bring public Wi-Fi to Hunts Point
An annual holiday show in Harlem proves that even dolls have stories to tell
Post-election, rock bands and activist groups raise money for Planned Parenthood, the ACLU and other threatened group
To commemorate the more than 100,000 New Yorkers who died from the virus, a memorial is finally dedicated
In a city where protests against the president elect have been plentiful, this group is determined to show its support for him
Two days before the election, Clinton's New York campaign manager talked to NYCity Lens about the candidate
At Columbia, an anti-Trump protester stirs up a crowd and security with shouts and slogans
The morning after the vote, a group offers meditation to relax and reflect
Anti-Trump protestors snake through Manhattan, snarling traffic and riling police
Election Day finally arrived, and with it, New York City voters cast their ballots. Lines snaked around the blocks of stations throughout the city and New Yorkers gathered around the city to watch the results. NYCity Lens talked to many at the polls and around the city.
At the Polls for the First Time
Emily Apterbach, 20, sits with her friends outside Hunter College’s library with an “I voted” sticker on her forehead. As the placement of her election day token would suggest, this psychology major from Park Slope has politics on her mind.
She takes the election seriously. Although it’s her first time
Instagram offered up photo ops on a giant mural to allow voters to express their political concerns
Thousands from all over the world run in the NYC Marathon. Here’s a look at a few of them.
Technology startups and incubators are helping minorities and women get a boost
A local microbrewery introduces its brew at the Queens Beer Festival