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Best Upper West Side Activities for Kids During Spring Break

The neighborhood is teeming with exhibits and activities for families staying in NYC for spring break. 

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Upper East Side Teen Fights to Keep Carriage Horses in Online Campaign

A 15-year-old Yorkville resident founded a group that is fighting to keep carriage horses in NYC.

Upper West Side »

Arctic Winter Draws Rare Birds to City, Experts Say

Red-necked grebes and white-winged scoters, more common further north, are being seen in New York City.

Upper East Side »

Women's Contributions to Central Park Highlighted in New Series

The Central Park Conservancy organized the events in honor of Women's History Month.

Lower East Side »

Tennis Bubble Proposed for East River Park Courts

A tennis bubble could cover the 12 courts in the East River Park, according to a proposal.

Midtown »

Winter Refuses to Leave as City Braces for Yet More Snow

The city could get hit by up to two inches of snow Tuesday, experts said.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

New Exhibit Dives Into Central Park's Waterways

The free exhibit looks at the history and biology of watersheds in the park. 

Upper West Side »

Massive Fire Engulfs Landmarked UWS Building

About 10 firefighters suffered minor injuries in a four-alarm fire on W. 76th Street near Central Park.

Lower East Side »

Get Out and Do This: Get Funky, Make a Pizza and Skate Into Spring

We've got your schedule set with great events and activities for the week.

Upper West Side »

Famed Photographer Bill Cunningham's Views of 1970s NYC Put On Show

Cunningham's exhibit was first shown at the New York Historical Society in 1976.

Midtown »

Spring Fever Short-Lived as Winter Set to Return Thursday

After balmy temperatures, Thursday is not expected to top 26 degrees.

Midtown »

More Snow Expected Wednesday as Polar Vortex Returns

Central Park is looking at another two inches of snow Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.

Midtown »

Stop Building Towers That Darken Central Park, Locals and Officials Say

Attendees of a packed public forum called for new zoning regulations and a moratorium on skyscrapers.

Midtown »

Snow to Hit City Again on Wednesday

The snow is expected to begin around midnight and could last into Wednesday evening.

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