"The Matzo Time Crunch" kicks off on Sunday at the Center for Jewish History in Chelsea.
The longtime owner of Frenchman on First Ave. retired due to health concerns late last year.
A winter storm bringing snow and rain is threatening to delay post-Christmas travel.
More than 120 area children received toys donated to the Red Hook Community Justice Center.
Those hunting for unique presents can head to specialty stores below Delancey Street.
Sources said one intoxicated Santa cursed at kids after being arrested during SantaCon.
3DEA allows customers to create ornaments and toys using fast 3-D printers.
If you must set foot in Midtown during the holiday season, here's how to survive the trip.
More than 30 competitors spun for glory at Williamsburg's Full Circle Bar.
A coalition of Irish and Irish-American groups are heading to areas hardest-hit by Hurricane Sandy.
To the delight of business owners, South Seaport's Pier 17 reopened Thursday.
Eight contestants wrapped everything from an oversized rubber duck to an 8-foot model airplane.
Chefs at Le Parker Meridien hotel built a gingerbread model of the crane knocked down by Hurricane Sandy.
Madelaine Chocolate Company was wrecked by the hurricane, leaving 450 out of work.
The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership will host 23 days of holiday events beginning Dec. 1.
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