Dance Rising NYC 5th Hyper-Local Dance Out WE KEEP DANCING

Dance Rising NYC 5th Hyper-Local Dance Out WE KEEP DANCING

Dance Rising NYC announces its next Hyper-Local Dance Out: WE KEEP DANCING, throughout the five boroughs and the Tri-State area on June 1 & 4, 2022, from 4pm-8pm. A grassroots movement for embodied advocacy, Dance Rising NYC organizes non-curated dance outs – improvised or choreographed simultaneous performance actions – by hundreds of professional dance artists … Read more

Frank Gilbert, Preservationist in New York and Beyond, Dies at 91

Frank Gilbert, Preservationist in New York and Beyond, Dies at 91

Frank Gilbert, a preservationist who helped save Grand Central Terminal from being ravaged by a 55-story skyscraper and in the mid-1960s incubated New York City’s pioneering landmarks law, which undergirded preservation movements across the country, died on May 14 in Chevy Chase, Md. He was 91. The cause was pneumonia and complications of Parkinson’s disease, … Read more

Hudson Valley congressman enters New York City primary

Hudson Valley congressman enters New York City primary

A New York City congressional race that already includes former Mayor Bill de Blasio is getting more crowded with Hudson Valley Rep. Mondaire Jones announcing Saturday that he’s also running for the seat. Shortly after the final congressional district maps were released to the public early Saturday morning, Jones surprised many by tweeting: “I have … Read more

The History of NYC’s Holland Tunnel

The History of NYC’s Holland Tunnel

Taking the PATH train or hopping a ferry are arguably the easiest forms of transportation that Hudson County residents can use to get into NYC for a workday commute or a weekend visit. A trip through the Holland Tunnel requires paying the toll, difficult parking on the other side, heavy traffic with no right turns … Read more

As NYC rebuilds its waterfronts, access for Bronx residents remains inequitable: report – Bronx Times

As NYC rebuilds its waterfronts, access for Bronx residents remains inequitable: report – Bronx Times

New York City’s waterfronts are a prime hot spot for the borough’s summer enthusiasts. But for Bronx residents, access to the city’s waterfronts and shorelines is a hassle, with certain landlocked communities more than an hour removed from waterway access. While more than 90% of Manhattan residents within a half-mile of the waterfront have formal … Read more

Heat Advisory issued ahead of possible record-breaking temperatures this weekend

Heat Advisory issued ahead of possible record-breaking temperatures this weekend

NEW YORK (WABC) — A heat advisory is also in effect for much of the Tri-State area, with potentially record-breaking temperatures on Saturday and Sunday. CLICK HERE for the latest alerts from the National Weather Service. It will be in the low to mid-90s and will feel much hotter, particularly on Long Island. Officials are … Read more

Heat advisory issued for NY, NJ ahead of sweltering weekend

Heat advisory issued for NY, NJ ahead of sweltering weekend

Storms leave, sweltering heat moves in Historically high spring temperatures are expected this weekend as sweltering weather sweeps across the region. Temperatures are expected to soar into the ’90s this weekend in what might be a preview of a long, hot summer to come. New York City, the Hudson Valley, northeastern New Jersey, and most … Read more