Michael Bogler gets a haircut from Giovanni Ianniciello, who opened Salon G in the West Village in 1999.
Melania Trump’s parents, Amalija and Viktor Knavs, flank their lawyer, Michael Wildes, heading to their naturalization ceremony in Manhattan on Thursday.
A federal investigation revealed a culture of deception at the New York City Housing Authority, with dodges borrowed from the worst private landlords to deceive inspectors and make it seem like repairs were getting made.
Beverly Herzog, 90, singing with Kaitlyn Kelly, a music therapist, during a session at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale in the Bronx last month.
Representative Chris Collins, one of President Trump’s staunchest supporters, was thought to have an easy path to re-election in November, but his indictment will change the race’s dynamics.
CBGB L.A.B. is among the newest dining spots at Newark Liberty International’s Terminal C.
Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins, left, and Senator Jeffrey D. Klein, center, have struck a deal to unite the rival factions of Democrats they lead in the New York State Senate.
Helene E. Weinstein, chairwoman of the Ways and Means Committee in the state Assembly, discussed the state’s $168 billion budget before its final approval on Saturday.
New York City may implement pay regulations for drivers for Uber and other ride-hailing apps.
The snow that fell in New York on Monday might have looked appealing to some, but it frustrated many drivers when the city decided not to suspend alternate-side parking rules.
“It’s like being in a snow globe,” Margaret A. Winski said of watching storms from the tower of the Montauk Lighthouse.
Manuel Arena, 73, who lives in the Williamsburg Houses, submitted a repair order to the New York City Housing Authority two years ago.
Deyuin, Jamelin and Lester, ages 6, 9 and 11, at Cayuga Centers in Manhattan.
Cynthia Nixon, who is running against Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, has focused so far on criticizing the governor.
Harvey Weinstein arriving for his arraignment in State Supreme Court in Manhattan on Monday.
After an unrelated speech in Brooklyn, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday told reporters that he did not expect New York to legalize marijuana by the end of the year, but acknowledged that the “situation on marijuana is changing.”
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