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New York City Structures: St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery
The oldest known site of continuous religious practice on the island of Manhattan—St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery.
July 5, 2011
New York City Structures, Henry Street Settlement
In the 1890s, Lillian Wald, a young nurse in her twenties, moved to the to Lower East Side ...
June 29, 2011
New York City Structures: IAC Headquarters
NEW YORK—Like pleated swags of fabric billowing in the winds that blow off the Hudson River, the glass ...
June 14, 2011
New York City Structures: The Narrowest House
New York City Structures:New York's narrowest house is on the market again with an asking price $4.3 million.
June 7, 2011
New York City Structures: 32nd Precinct House
New York City Structures, One Building at a Time: 32nd Precinct House.
June 1, 2011
Memorial Day Activities
Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for soldiers and sailors who died in ...
Life & Tradition
May 29, 2011
Conde’ Nast Signs Lease at One World Trade Center
Publishing giant grabs 1 million square feet
May 26, 2011
New York City Structures: USS Maine Monument
NEW YORK—In January 1898 the U.S. battleship Maine traveled to the port of Havana during a Cuban revolt ...
May 24, 2011
New York City Structures: Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument on the Upper West Side was constructed in memory of Union Army Civil ...
May 18, 2011
New York City Structures: NY Public Library
The main branch of the New York Public Library celebrates its centennial anniversary this month. When it opened ...
May 11, 2011
New York City Structures: The Empire State Building
NEW YORK—Stately, squared shouldered and heads above the rest—the Empire State Building turned 80 on Friday, May 1.
May 4, 2011
New York City Structures: The Mortimer Building
NEW YORK—As the stretch of Broadway between Union Square and Madison Square Park became known as “Ladies' Mile,” ...
April 25, 2011
New York City Structures: Hearst Tower
In honor of Earth Day we are looking at the Hearst Tower on Eighth Avenue at 57th Street.
April 19, 2011
Ghandi’s Glasses Go Missing
The bronze statue of Mahatma Gandhi, that lives at the southern end of Union Square Park, seems to ...
April 12, 2011
New York City Structures: Japan Society Headquarters
NEW YORK—As one of the City Landmarks and Preservation Committee's newest additions to protected status, the Japan Society ...
April 5, 2011
New York City Structures: The Greyston Gatehouse
A veritable charm, the Greyston Gatehouse was recently listed as a New York City landmark by the city's ...
March 29, 2011
New York City Structures: McSorley’s Old Ale House
Walking through the narrow black door of McSorley's Old Ale House on East Seventh Street is to cross ...
March 15, 2011
New York City Structures: The Art Students League of New York
NEW YORK—Originally the American Fine Arts Society, the Art Students League of New York was constructed in 1892 ...
March 9, 2011
A Monument for Those That Built New York
Projection art project recalls the names of New York's immigrants
March 2, 2011
New York City Structures: 1200 Broadway
Originally built as the Gilsey House Hotel, the Second Empire Baroque style building now simply known as 1200 ...
February 23, 2011
More Than 6,000 Teacher Jobs Face Elimination in New York
More than 6,000 teachers' jobs are on the chopping block based on Mayor Michael Bloomberg's new fiscal year ...
February 17, 2011
New York City Structures: New York County National Bank Building
Two massive limestone columns with elegant fluting taper slightly to the spiraling Ionic capitals at their tops frame ...
February 16, 2011
New York City Structures: The Chrysler Building
In the 1930's, the Chrysler Tower was the tallest building in New York City. However, the Empire State ...
February 9, 2011
Chief of FDNY-EMS Demoted After Slow NYC Blizzard Response
Investigations abound in the New York blizzard of 2010 aftermath, as Many fingers have been pointed as the ...
January 6, 2011
New York City Tourism at Record High, Despite Recession
New York City received 48.7 million visitors in 2010, an increase of 6.8 percent over 2009. The city ...
January 5, 2011
Andrew Cuomo Sworn in as NY’s 56th Gov.
Andrew Cuomo was sworn in as the 56th Governor of the state of New York on Friday evening ...
January 2, 2011
Blizzard Blankets New York City With Snow (Photos)
Photos of the day-after-Christmas blizzard wreaking havoc in New York City.
December 27, 2010
Judge: Treasury Department Must Tell Trump Before Releasing Tax Returns
Pfizer Shipping Fewer CCP Virus Vaccine Vials to US After Finding Extra Doses
Alberta Premier Calls Keystone Cancellation ‘Disrespect’ to Canada, Urges Biden to Reconsider
WHO Changes CCP Virus Test Criteria in Attempt to Reduce False Positives
Single Winning Ticket of Mega Millions $1 Billion Jackpot Prize Was Sold in Michigan
The Associated Press
One Dead, Dozens Injured After Bus Crash on Way to Grand Canyon
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Texas Sues Biden Administration Over Deportation Freeze Order
2 Florida Banks Close Trump’s Accounts
8 Million Households Yet To Claim CCP Virus Stimulus Payments
Mimi Nguyen Ly
India and China Wage a War of Words About a Chinese Village on Indian Land
, Epoch Times