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New York City Using $5M to Fund Women in Film and Theater

Because of the underrepresentation of women in media, New York City is giving women a boost into the business with $500 million in funding.

Check Out This Amazing Artwork From Discarded New York Subway Tickets

You know all those little discarded yellow and blue subway tickets lying around New York City? This artist uses those to make breathtaking collages.

Here’s How New Yorkers Are Coming Together Following the Chelsea Explosions

Nothing brings out the best in humanity like the aftermath of a disaster – check out what the community is doing to help the afflicted.

This Four-Foot Cat is the Biggest – and Most Lovable – in New York City (WATCH)

From taking walks in his stroller to going through dozens of pounds of kitty litter a month, this humongous feline is winning hearts all over the internet.

Old New York City Toilets Used to Reintroduce Oysters

These old potties weren't going to get many more miles on them until they were put to use repopulating the oysters of the New York Harbor.

This Man Strums Next to New York’s Homeless So They Earn More Money

Because of the stigma surrounding the homeless community asking for money, Chris Leamy sits right down next to them and plays tunes on his guitar to help.

New York City Businesses Cutting Trash by Half in ‘Zero Waste’ Plan

Led by more than 30 corporations and the mayor’s office, New York City is making progress on its goal to reduce the city's waste...

Crime Rate Continues its Decline in New York City During 2015

While news reports throughout the past year raised anxiety that New York City was slipping back into the crime rates of its bad old...

New York City Steps Up Mental Health Care and Security for Homeless

New York City is making it easier for the city’s homeless to receive mental health care. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced plans to increase the...

New York City Plants One Million Trees, Reaches Goal 2 Years Early

In 2007, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg launched an initiative to plant a million trees in 10 years. This week, officials reached their goal —...

The 4 Apps That Are Total Game Changers For New Yorkers and Beyond

If you dine out with friends, need a compatible roommate, want to stay current with neighborhood happenings, or care about historical street scenes, these...

New York Yankees Surprise Theater Owner Who Hires Disabled Workers (WATCH)

Employees of a Connecticut movie theater got a major league surprise when members of the New York Yankees dropped in on a staff meeting. Most...

Humans of New York Raises $2M for Humans of Pakistan Living in Bondage

In just five days, a popular photographer has raised two million dollars to help fight an illegal practice that borders on slavery. Brandon Stanton, who...

New York Man Offers Weary Subway Riders a ‘Date While You Wait’

A new form of speed dating has emerged in New York City’s underground tunnels. A few weeks ago, 28-year-old Thomas Knox set up a folding...

New York’s First Disability Pride Parade Draws 3,000 to Celebrate

Nearly 3,000 people gathered in New York yesterday for the city's first ever Disability Pride parade, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the signing of...

Disability Pride Parade Tomorrow in New York City is First One Ever

At noon on Sunday, July 12, New York City’s first ever Disability Pride parade will commence at Madison Square Park, traveling down Broadway to Union...

Ten Touching, Amusing Memories on Fatherhood From Random New Yorkers

Father’s Day can sometimes get less attention than other holidays– especially in the gift department– with everyone taking mom out for brunch on Mother’s...

New Yorkers Find Bono and U2 Singing in the Subway

New Yorkers did a double take this week when they spotted Bono beneath a cowboy hat singing with U2 on a subway platform, along...

New York State to Turn Lights Out for Migrating Birds

The bright lights of New York attract millions of people to the big city, but they’ll be attracting fewer birds–which is a good thing...

Frida Kahlo’s Studio and Garden to Spring Up in New York

Mexican artist Frida Kahlo’s garden and studio will be recreated at the New York Botanical Garden next year, reports the BBC. Opening May 16, Frida...