NYC City Life

De Blasio, Reporters Joke at Annual NYC Inner Circle Show

Bill de Blasio

NEW YORK—Mayor Bill de Blasio poked fun at himself Saturday night—from his liberal policies to his penchant for tardiness—at the annual Inner Circle Show. The...

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    Giuliani’s Fiery Rhetoric Clouds Legacy of ‘America’s Mayor’

    NEW YORK—A fully unleashed Rudolph Giuliani, free of electoral concerns and financial worries, has relentlessly criticized President Barack Obama in recent weeks, questioning the commander... Read more

  • Sothebys Real Estate

    How a Top-Grossing Manhattan Real Estate Agent Balances Family and the Changing Market

    NEW YORK—Barbara Anderson Terry is one of Sotheby’s International Realty’s highest grossing agents. She works out of the East Side Manhattan Brokerage and specializes in... Read more

  • Six-time Tony Award winning Broadway producer Stewart F. Lane talks about his work in his office of Stewart F. Lane Productions, Inc. and Stellar Productions International, Inc. in Midtown, New York City on March 10, 2015. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    This Is New York: Stewart F. Lane Is ‘Mr. Broadway!’

    NEW YORK—He greeted with a big, welcoming smile. Without missing a beat he said, “Let me show you around.” On the walls of his office... Read more

  • Changing of the Cabs

    Facts and Figures on New York’s Yellow Cabs vs. Uber Cars

    NEW YORK—New York’s 13,587 yellow cabs are in competition with smartphone-driven newcomers on city streets, especially the 14,088 registered Uber cars that now outnumber cabs... Read more

  • Changing of the Cabs

    Yellow Cabs Now Outnumbered by Uber Cars on NYC Streets

    NEW YORK—New York City’s storied yellow cabs are taking a back seat to black cars. Uber cars, often black sedans that can be summoned with... Read more

  • In this March 10, 2015, photo, character Don Draper's box of secrets, including Dick Whitman's dogtag, letters, and family photos are displayed as part of the exhibition, "Matthew Weiner's Mad Men," at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York. The exhibit runs through June 14. The final episodes of the series will begin on April 5. (AP Photo/Museum of the Moving Image, Thanassi Karageorgiou)

    A ‘Mad Men’ Exhibit Welcomes Visitors to Don Draper’s World

    NEW YORK— You don’t need to be mad about “Mad Men” to savor “Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men” at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image... Read more

  • Francis "Buddy" Murnane

    NYC Sergeant Who Never Took Sick Day Dies

    NEW YORK–A New York Police Department sergeant who never took a sick day in his 42-year career has died weeks shy of his retirement. Sgt... Read more

  • Cush Jumbo in “Josephine and I,” written and performed by Cush Jumbo and directed by Phyllida Lloyd, is running at Joe’s Pub at The Public. (Joan Marcus)

    Theater Review: ‘Josephine and I’

    NEW YORK—Cush Jumbo shines a spotlight on dancer-singer-actress Josephine Baker, turning in a bravura performance in her one-woman show “Josephine and I” at Joe’s Pub... Read more

  • A Hirado porcelain okimono of a seated Kikujido, the beloved chrysanthemum boy from the late Edo period, Japan, at the Flying Cranes Antiques booth during the Asia Art Fair at the Bohemian National Hall in New York City, on March 12, 2015. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    Treasures Abound at the Asia Art Fair, NYC (+ Photo-Gallery)

    NEW YORK—Back again at the Bohemian National Hall, the Asia Art Fair offers collectors and art lovers the newest and best from over 30 dealers of... Read more

  • Award winning journalist Maria Hinojosa, at her Futuro Media Group office in Harlem, Manhattan, on Feb. 24, 2015. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    This Is New York: Trailblazer Maria Hinojosa Talks Inclusion

    NEW YORK—She didn’t just parachute into our television screens and blast over our radio waves out of nowhere. Petite and light on her feet, trailblazer... Read more

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    Canal Side Development Reshaping Gowanus

    NEW YORK—The scrappy, industrial landscape along the Gowanus Canal is undergoing major changes. Large projects by big name developers are changing the aesthetics along the... Read more

  • The Chankos sued ABC, NewYork-Presbyterian and Dr. Schubl for damages. Anita and Kenneth Chanko are above. (Adam Lerner/AP for ProPublica)

    New York Legislation Would Make It a Felony to Film Patients Without Prior Consent

    Newly proposed legislation would make it a felony in New York to film patients receiving medical treatment without prior consent. State Assemblyman Ed Braunstein, a... Read more

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    New York City Awash in Asian Art and Antiques

    NEW YORK—The annual Asia Week kicks off the month of March, one filled with Asian art and antiques on display in galleries across the Upper... Read more

  • An ad that is part of New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority's courtesy campaign. (Source: Metropolitan Transportation Authority)

    Pregnant on the NYC Subway: ‘Please, Sir, May I Have Your Seat?’

    For a pregnant, working woman in New York, life can gradually become an unending series of headaches the farther along she gets in her pregnancy... Read more

  • Actress Lauren Bacall at the 78th Academy Awards in Hollywood on March 5, 2006. (TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/GettyImages)

    Behind the Look and the Style of Lauren Bacall

    It was this month, 72 years ago that Harper’s Bazaar launched the iconic face of Betty Joan Perske, who came to be known as Lauren... Read more

  • (L-R) Lisa Dowling, Mireya Ramos, and Shae Fiol, members of the female mariachi band Mariachi Flor de Toloache, performing at the Campéon restaurant in New York, on Feb. 27, 2015. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    First Female Mariachi Band in New York Empowers More Than Women

    NEW YORK—”You guys aren’t Mexican!” is a comment that the members of Mariachi Flor de Toloache often hear after a lively performance. That is not... Read more

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