City Harvest's "Repackathon" readies the organization's food donations before the busy holiday season.
Individual donations have gone down while demand for services has gone up, according to Bowery Mission.
Pamela Fisher's Village tour shows historic spots and quirky small businesses all over the neighborhood.
Macaron Day NYC, an annual event organized by Chef Francois Payard, will take place on March 20th.
Sugary versions of the Empire State Building, Gracie Mansion and other landmarks are on display.
Health groups are pushing Bronx bodegas to offer more nutritional snacks and customers to buy them.
Canstruction creations will be on display through Feb. 11 at the World Financial Center.
City Harvest is getting in the Mardi Gras mood, with a New Orleans-style fundraising event.
A DKNY pop-up shop opened in Flatiron on Thursday, the first stop on a three-day tour of Manhattan.
Many soup kitchens and food pantries across the city have been struggling to meet "near record level" needs while their budgets are shrinking.
Twenty-six sculptures, including one of Lady Gaga' lobster claw shoe and another of the Angry Birds, made of 100,000 cans will be on display through Nov. 21, 2011.
Area food pantries are accepting unneeded surplus food purchased in the run-up to Hurricane Irene.
The annual exhibit benefiting City Harvest will be on display in the Winter Garden through Nov. 22.
The neighborhood's top pizzerias, including Lombardi's, John's of Bleecker St and Joe's, will be dishing out slices for $1 Thursday.
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