With texting and email primary forms of communication, a store like the Art Brown International Pen Shop in Manhattan can seem like a museum. Thousands of pens and hundreds of inks are available at the Midtown location and owner Marilyn Brown is always there to help.
The City Planning Commission has approved a scaled-down plan of New York University's expansion plans in Greenwich Village.
The Corning Museum of Glass is unveiling plans for a $64 million expansion that will include one of the world's largest facilities for glassblowing demonstrations.
It's not just the galleries that get renovations at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It's the website, too.
Two competitors died after experiencing problems during the swim portion of the Nautica New York City Triathlon, leading race organizers to consider asking athletes more questions about their training and experience.
The Petite Abeille chainlet of restaurants are celebrating their fifteenth year of operation in Manhattan. Owner Yves Jadot wants to mark the occasion by installing a rooftop apiary at their Stuyvesant Town location.
The Whitney is on the move again. The Manhattan museum is returning to its roots, just a stone's throw away from its original location on 8ᵗʰ street.
The plaintiffs’ attorney, Alan Schnurman, says the hotel needs to start taking more proactive measures: “When I check into a hotel I have to know that the hotel room is safe—that’s what I’m paying for.”
A Waldorf spokesman was not immediately available for comment.