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New York Q&A: What Are You Thankful For?
With the new year on the horizon and the holiday season in full swing, The Epoch Times went around New York asking people to reflect on 2018 and tell us ...
December 16, 2018
Christmas in New York City
New York City reaches an intensity during the holiday season that can be felt by visitors and locals ...
December 16, 2018
New York Q&A: Proud to Be American
NEW YORK—America is known as a land of opportunity, prosperity, and liberty, all of which are points of ...
December 2, 2018
The Splendor of ‘The Charterhouse of Bruges: Jan van Eyck, Petrus Christus, and Jan Vos’ Exhibition at The Frick Collection
“The Charterhouse of Bruges: Jan van Eyck, Petrus Christus, and Jan Vos” is on view at The Frick ...
November 29, 2018
Hikers Avoid Black Friday Lines in Central Park
NEW YORK—You could spend your day running through aisles, squeezing into packed elevators, or waiting in line for ...
November 24, 2018
Parading Over Challenges: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade a Success
NEW YORK—The impending cold and wind whispered on the eve before the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade that it ...
November 22, 2018
Blue-Haired Hero Prepares to Fly for Thanksgiving Parade
NEW YORK—Giant animal balloons hovered over New York in the beginning. Now a day before the holiday, a ...
November 21, 2018
Michelin Star Chef Emma Bengtsson Gives Back, Helping the Hungry
The smells of pot roast, with Nordic black currant jelly and carrots, gravitated from the kitchen to all ...
November 9, 2018
Paul Crowley: The Violin Maestro of Brooklyn
NEW YORK–A nondescript two-story walk-up building sits smack in the middle of Dean Street in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, ...
November 2, 2018
Making Bow Ties Cool Again: From Homelessness to Entrepreneurship
NEW YORK—They're not as commonplace as they used to be, but bow ties are making a comeback. One ...
October 25, 2018
American Masters Exhibition Revives a Historic Oasis for Art Lovers
American Masters has raised the bar in the quality of art work shown at Salmagundi and continues to ...
October 18, 2018
New York’s Feast of San Gennaro and Preserving Tradition
NEW YORK—When Danny Fratta was growing up in Little Italy, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, there was a ...
October 12, 2018
The Ever Elusive, Masterful Delacroix
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has mounted the most comprehensive exhibition possible of Delacroix on this side of ...
October 11, 2018
Saint Thomas’s New Organ Takes Center Stage in Recital
NEW YORK—The Saint Thomas Church on Fifth Avenue is a destination for visitors from around the world, as ...
October 6, 2018
Artist Mario A. Robinson’s Love of Real Life
NEW YORK—How could it be possible to convey the poetry, the depth, the sweat, the soulful interpretation of life ...
September 25, 2018
Artist Naima Green Recontextualizes Black Bodies in Urban Spaces
Naima Green's photo series "Jewels from the Hinterland," challenges how black and brown people are viewed in dense ...
September 19, 2018
New View of Lady Liberty
A big part of American history is on a small island off the shore of New York City. ...
September 8, 2018
“Medieval Monsters: Terrors, Aliens, and Wonders” Oh My!
NEW YORK—A medieval illuminator painted a giant in a book so tiny that you could potentially grasp it ...
August 20, 2018
Delacroix’s Secret Devotion to Drawing
NEW YORK—“Many people have some knowledge of Delacroix the painter; far fewer know Delacroix the draftsman,” Ashley E. ...
August 9, 2018
Aloha NYC: New York Botanical Garden Celebrates Culture of Hawaii
The New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx is offering programs centered around the music, food, and culture ...
August 5, 2018
Mr. C’s First East Coast Outpost Opens in NYC’s Seaport District
The Cipriani family has opened Mr. C Seaport, its first East Coast hotel, in New York City’s Seaport ...
July 24, 2018
Prime Members Can Now Get Discounts at NYC Whole Foods
Prime members now can get discounts at Whole Foods Market stores in New York, parent company Amazon Inc. announced. ...
July 3, 2018
Theater Review: ‘Peace for Mary Frances’
NEW YORK—After being introduced to this dysfunctional family, one wonders if there will ever be peace for Mary ...
July 1, 2018
Theater Review: ‘My Fair Lady’
NEW YORK—“Loverly” through and through, the Broadway revival of the 1956 musical "My Fair Lady" shows itself to ...
July 1, 2018
Schedule for New York’s 4th of July Fireworks
The Fourth of July is less than a week away, so it's time to start planning, if you ...
June 28, 2018
Bookstore in Queens Helps Those Overcoming Mental Disorder
At a used bookstore in Bayside, Queens, there is more on offer than just books. The store, Turn ...
June 26, 2018
Canova’s ‘George Washington’ Rises From the Ashes at the Frick Collection
NEW YORK—The face of the first president of the United States is well imprinted on our minds. We ...
June 6, 2018
The Burgeoning Threat of Foreign Interference
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Justin Trudeau Apologizes After Wearing ‘Brownface’ at Party
Manhattan District Attorney Subpoenas Trump’s Accounting Firm for 8 Years of Tax Returns
Trump Says More Can Be Done Against Iran Besides War
Pelosi, Bipartisan Lawmakers Throw Weight Behind Bill to Support Hong Kong Protests
As Opioids Ravage Communities, Locals Unite in Response
Maryland Residents Rally After 9 Illegal Immigrants Charged With Rape