The Upper East Side smelled like Vodka this afternoon, as gay rights supporters rallied outside the Russian Consulate to protest what they called that nation's harsh anti-gay laws.
A federal judge has begun a week-long trial in New York to determine if the city police department is unconstitutionally carrying out its stop-and-frisk program outside private apartment buildings.
Dozens of yellow cabs from New York City lined the streets around the state Capitol on Tuesday as cabbies rallied against legislation to let livery drivers legally pick up passangers who hail them in the city's four outer boroughs and northern Manhattan.
Demonstrators gathered on the steps of New York's City Hall Thursday morning to demand that WalMart keep its stores out of the city.
Residents of Brooklyn's East New York neighborhood demanded that Wal-Mart stay out of the community.