New York City finds no shortage of reasons to pat itself on the back, but the city's groundbreaking ad campaign for transgender bathroom rights actually justifies it.
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Some people say grace before a meal. I have a similar ritual before chowing down, as do so many others in this social media age: I take pictures of my […]
There's a lot to look forward to during the holiday season, but waiting in a long line to ship your presents isn't one of them.
Stroll into an office lobby in New York right around noon on a weekday, and you'll find a sea of bags waiting for hungry workers. Delivery website Seamless has taken off across the country, on college campuses and in major cities—especially New York City, where people are always on the move and always hungry for some delivery.
The unused and faintly depressing husks of pay phones around the city will soon be re-animated as WiFi kiosks.
Paris and New York. As two of the world's cultural epicenters—and, among a certain set, the cultural epicenters—the cities are constantly being compared in terms of everything from fashion and food to art and attitude.
If you haven't seen the video of the woman walking down the street getting harassed by gawking dudes in New York City, you should probably check it out. It's truly a despicable display of shameful behavior.
NYC & Company, the marketing and tourism arm of New York City, is setting its sights on New Yorkers, urging them to get out of the house and explore the city's five boroughs.
An attempt to revive New York City's ban on sodas exceeding 16 ounces was struck down by the New York State Court of Appeals today, upholding the rulings of two lower courts by a 4-to-2 vote.