Local artists and designers have created unique candelabras to celebrate the holiday.
Hint: It's not Tuesday.
That's a 41 percent increase in the agency's delay verifications since 2013.
Stay in your home for Thanksgiving, but leave the cooking to someone else.
Forecasters said El Niño will likely mean a milder winter, though February may bring heavy snowfall.
All 62 branches of the Queens Borough Public Library will soon be open at least six days a week.
New Yorkers doing their civic duty are showing their pride on social media.
For many bakeries in the city, Thanksgiving shifts more pies from shelf to mouth than any other time.
This Halloween, tour some of NYC's former cemeteries, where bodies may still be buried.
Assemblywoman Margaret Markey gave the money to help promote Queens.
An online retailer is selling an $89.95 Pizza Rat costume that offers very little fabric for the price.
Nearly 1.5 million New Yorkers lived in 272,533 crowded dwellings in 2013.
Farm, food and harvest festivals are on this weekend's agenda.
At Brooklyn Prospect Charter, kids opt into an Embedded Honors program but remain in the same class.
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