Computer glitches matter but a lack of education is the biggest challenge ahead of the Affordable Healthcare Act.
The arrival of Tørst did not happen by chance. Rather, it is a story about a city, forever in the process of reinvention, that has worked hard to connect itself to other cities around the world.
In DUMBO, Brooklyn, Chelle Carlisle operates Cheeky Dog, a daycare for canines. After opening the small business 7 years ago, her business has expanded significantly. DUMBO’s dog population has increased significantly as well over the past few years with the influx of new residents, and the pet-friendly neighborhood, which includes regular dog-runs and spacious parks nearby.
George Rodriguez, 32, was evicted from his apartment in Sunset Park, but a job selling waters and sodas outside of a mini mall on Fifth Avenue changed his fate.
To make sure New Yorkers will be ready to ride safely on the roads of the city, NYC Bike Share set up a series of classes for inexperienced bikers. Nearly 20 curious Brooklynites signed up to attend the class on Thursday night at the Red Lantern Bicycles
Hurricane Sandy damaged many homes and put a dent in many dreams, including Joe Curcio’s. Curcio, 35, an amateur mixed martial arts fighter.
Keisher McLeod-Wells cares about how she looks. She likes shopping, wearing make-up, and used to be a model and an actress. But her real passion is boxing.
Admissions for New York City public pre-k programs opened on Monday, and finding a spot is going to be a challenge for anxious parents from the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill, in Brooklyn’s School District 15, where the number of children is on the rise.
Michael Rogak, the son of a son of a candy maker, has been making chocolate in Brooklyn for 38 years. Customers crowded his shop, JoMart Chocolates, all Valentine’s Day selecting the perfect candies for their loved ones.