The Inwood seal has returned to the water, but uptown residents are naming her in case she returns.
After being given a clean bill of health, Inwood's newest resident is gaining popularity online and in person.
A Twitter spat between Schnitzel & Things and Cupcake Crew NYC reflected the premium on space for food trucks.
John's Fried Chicken was closed by the health department after it received 82 violation points during an inspection.
Business has increased at the longtime Avenue A shop thanks to a younger neighbor's online efforts.
Prime KO, where Lindsay Lohan and Snooki have eaten, is drawing complaints from neighbors.
President Barack Obama was quick on his feet after bungling the name of New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli.
Two baseball fans will be on display inside the "MLB Fan Cave" in Greenwich Village beginning Thursday.
Sree Sreenivasan on the contest that honors excellence - such as it is - on Twitter.
The deadly cobra that's been missing from the Bronx Zoo is checking out Manhattan, a spoof Twitter feed says.
Local legislators have commended the pop star for her efforts to pass gay marriage in the state.
Councilman Robert Jackson is calling on the SLA to add 'Blast by Colt 45' to its list of banned alcoholic energy drinks.
Sree Sreenivasan explains what he's learned from the Japan earthquake and its aftermath.
The company is among the country's first performing arts organizations to oversee employee posts on Twitter and Facebook.
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