Every June, the MTA selects a group of musicians to play underground as part of their Music Under New York program. Entry to the program lasts a lifetime and can have big perks.
Residents living near the Second Avenue subway construction site have some good news.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has relaunched its popular Poetry in Motion program.
Over the past two months, the Occupy movement has attracted thousands of followers across the Big Apple. And proof of that could be seen in their Day of Action rallies, where protesters took to the streets to spread a message about economic inequality.
From classroom lessons to a gap in the skyline, WFUV News is looking at ways life has changed as a result of the 9/11 attacks.
The nation's largest subway system began to shut down Saturday and the typically bustling city became unusually quiet as the first rain from Hurricane Irene fell on Manhattan.
Prosecutors say a father lied to the FBI to try to protect his terrorist son during an investigation of a 2009 plot to attack New York City subways.
Special equipment is set to be installed on the fan along 50th Avenue the MTA has been using for several months to vent a nearby subway tunnel. Queens Assemblyman Michael Gianaris says the fan is a major nuisance for residents of local high-rise apartments.