The decades-old boardwalk was made from valuable tropical hardwoods that have been repurposed.
Gov. Cuomo gave state workers an extended lunch break to watch Team USA against Germany the World Cup.
The fifth annual festival will have both free and ticketed events.
Demostenis Kontizas died suddenly in 2007, a month after getting married and buying life insurance.
The duo posed as the pop stars' representation to defraud event organizers around the world.
Apolo Torres, an artist who spent three months in Bushwick, painted one giant wall before leaving.
Coffeed, on Northern Boulevard, will also be giving part of its profits to charity.
NYC is on track to surpass its record once again, with 52.4 million visitors in 2012.
A series of surrealist public sculptures have popped up along Broadway, intriguing locals.
African prints, kimonos, turbans, and saris trended at Fashion Week Spring 2013.
Mariuccia Iacovino, from Brazil, was set to play Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the United Palace Cathedral.
New Yorkers and other visitors toured Harlem's historic places on Oct. 16, 2011 for as part of Open House New York.
Five area chess prodigies have gotten so good at such an early age that they are now heading overseas to play against the best young chess minds in the world.
Children from around the world will flex their spelling muscles at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square.
Bread and Yoga's weekly free summer yoga program is expanding to also include Family Capoiera and Tai Chi.
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