A Columbia University football player was charged Wednesday for allegedly assaulting a fellow student while using racial slurs.
Chad Washington, 19, allegedly assaulted an Asian student outside a Columbia building on West 113th Street.
Washington, who is black, allegedly grabbed the victim by his collar and pushing up against the wall.
The victim didn't suffer any injuries, police... » more
New York's distilleries are going black-tie.
Twenty-four of the state's small alcoholic beverage companies will participate in the Manhattan Cocktail Classic's Opening Night Gala on Friday, May 17th, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced yesterday.
The Classic is an annual celebration of the culture of cocktails that includes more than 100 events across five days in three boroughs. The event this... » more
Manhattan apartments are expensive and rare -- get used to it.
A new quarterly report by Citi Habitats shows that the Manhattan rental market in the first quarter of the year remained largely stable, with a 1.46% vacancy rate this March, as opposed to a 1.25% vacancy rate one year ago. Quarterly figures closely resembled monthly stats.
Rental prices for Manhattan studios increased 2.4%... » more
A clean record earned two northern Manhattan neighborhoods respite from alternate side parking.
Street cleaning regulations will be temporarily suspended starting Monday in parts of Washington Heights and Inwood for an undetermined amount of timeas the city starts installing approximately 1,700 new signs that will let car owners swap parking spots just once a week, instead of the typical two.
The... » more
A man who had second thoughts after he allegedly stole a $150,000 painting from an Upper East Side Art Gallery last year was indicted Tuesday.
Cops arrested Greek national Phivos Istavrioglou, 29, Saturday at Kennedy Airport following an eight-month manhunt.
He allegedly stole Salvador Dalí's "Cartel de Don Juan Tenorio" from the Venus Over Manhattan gallery on Madison Avenue... » more
The Rev. James Cooper will step down after nearly 10 years of service as the head of Manhattan Trinity Church -- one of the richest parishes in the Anglican world, according to the parish's website.
Cooper, 68, is giving the parish two-years notice and will help with the transition process after an 18-month search process is conducted. When the new head of the church is appointed, the two... » more
If you're a guy looking for love this Valentine's Day, you should search on the Upper East Side. And if you're a lady, head to Long Island City to find a man.
On the Upper East Side, there are nearly two single women for every one man, according to census data crunched by real estate website trulia.com. In Long Island City, there are 1.42 men for every single woman.
Generally, "women... » more