When you think of wildlife in New York City, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? A lot of you might be thinking pigeons, or rats or perhaps squirrels. But, what about bees?
If New York City streets could talk they probably would never shut up. They would go on and on about tales of the people who came before us.
New York is a city obsessed with real estate.
New York is often referred to as the concrete jungle. The paved and developed landscape offers plenty of advantages to its residents. But, there’s a lot to be said for having access to green spaces as well. Not only are trees, flowers, and other plantlife easy on the eyes, they’re important components of a healthy and balanced ecosystem.
In case you didn't know, summer officially arrived June 21, 2014 at 6:51 am EST.
When you think of a monk, you might picture a quiet man tucked away in the isolated wilderness, shrouded in mystery. But on this week's Cityscape, we’re bringing you the "Urban Monk," whose monastery on Manhattan's Lower East Side is anything but secluded.
It’s a scene we’ve seen countless times in the movies and on television. A woman is walking down the street and is catcalled by a group of men working on a nearby construction site. It’s typically portrayed as a laughing matter, but that kind of behavior is rooted in a much more serious issue.
Scammers come at us from all angles. They target us on the street, on the internet, and pretty much everywhere in between.
Some of them are tasked with helping us find our way around. Others are charged with telling us what to do or not to do to keep us safe. And some of them are in the business of trying to persuade us to buy something. We're talking about signs.