If you take five minutes to stay at the entrance in 42nd St. Times Square station, you will find that there are about 120 people coming in, and almost the same getting out. Half of them would touch the steel handle-bar. While, the dirt, germs, and more than 15,000 microorganisms worry some new comers, many longtime New Yorkers do not think it is quite a big deal.
New residents and a general dislike for pigeons are posing a threat to the few pigeon flyers left in Brooklyn.
Professional clowns are concerned with the “creepy clown” scare that unraveled ahead of Halloween and are trying to restore their non-scary image.
Conditions at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Sunset Park get worse for female prisoners. MDC is the latest example of the needs of women and trans women ignored in jail and prison across the country.
Visiting night court is a long-standing New York tradition. But while many people do that out of curiosity, it is also the place of real-life human drama.
Green businesses and costumers are starting to react to the harmful nature of standard laundry cleaning.
From raising a family to paying taxes: street vendors in the Bronx plays an important role in the local economy .
Gun violence has been a topic of debate for many years. In order to create a new wave program to reduce violence, Sunset Park joined the gun buy back program trend. Unfortunately, the idea is falling flat and violence is rising again.