100 couples got the chance to get married atop the Empire State Building on Valentine's Day.
Stevens made an agreement with the Attorney General's office to pay $1 million in restitution.
The sudden closure of the DUMBO event space has left dozens of couples scrambling.
From sweet skulls to crispy rice treats to Cronuts, city couples are serving unusual desserts.
Independent bookstores stay afloat in neighborhoods with loyal customers and creative business models.
Young female artists in Brooklyn are updating the venerable Jewish bridal contract for hip city couples.
Jamie Drogin and Jeffrey Lehman shared an early date at the diner and one of their most special moments.
BethAnn Bonner and Maria Fuenmayor were married on the steps of Fort Greene Park.
An increasing number of New York City couples are opting for so-called "guerrilla weddings."
Danielle Mills, who suffered a migraine during her wedding, gets another chance at the big day.
I Do, Now I Don't specializes in buying and selling rings after divorces and broken engagements.
A gay marriage coach is helping couples cope with new marriage laws.
Online marriage applications spiked 20 percent Tuesday, despite a glitch that forced couples to be "bride" and "groom."
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