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As part of the Union Square Partnership’s Summer in the Square series of free entertainment and activities, Milo Z and his band put on quite a show on Thurs., July 2. They play an infectious brew of music called “Razzamofunk,” a blend of rock, rap, jazz, blues and funk, that Milo Z says suits the […]
Coyote & Crow — it wasn’t clear who was which, and it didn’t really matter — jammed in Washington Square Park over the weekend to help usher in spring.
Following Palm Sunday services at St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery, parishioners planted more than 600 small crosses in the church’s East Yard, along Second Ave. between 10th and 11th Sts., then draped them in T-shirts. Each shirt bears the name or names of people killed by gun violence.
The word “sheeple” has taken on a pejorative meaning in some parts. But at Sunday’s Lunar New Year Parade in Chinatown, the sheep were out and proud. So were elaborately costumed characters of all sorts, from kings and queens to…Birdman? (Umm…wrong animal, buddy!) On Thursday, scores of spectators enjoyed the annual fireworks ceremony in Sara […]
At Saturday’s Chinatown memorial for slain Police Officer Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, paper money was burned — so that, in traditional Chinese belief, the deceased would not lack for money in the afterlife.
A reported 2,500 hardy souls took the Polar Bear Plunge at Coney Island on New Year’s Day. The water was 41 degrees, which was actually slightly warmer than the temperature on the beach. The Polar Bear Club of Coney Island has held winter swims since 1903.
Wearing black tape across their badges, 20,000 police from New York City, around the country and as far away as Canada, gathered in Queens on Saturday for the funeral of Police Officer Rafael Ramos. A week earlier, Ramos and his patrol partner, Wenjian Liu, had been executed in an ambush by a crazed gunman. After […]
During the holiday season, the M.T.A. offered straphangers the chance to ride on vintage subways and buses. The “Nostalgia Train” operated on the M line between Queens Plaza and Second Ave. on Sundays only, from Nov. 30 to Dec. 28, between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Kicking things off, swing dancers in period costume performed […]
After the Eric Garner verdict and protests and the subsequent killing of two police officers, signs show that it will take a while for the wounds to heal. At left, graffiti on the Lower East Side commemorates Garner and others who were killed by police, including Michael Brown, as well as Oscar Grant, who was […]
Seen around Downtown in Tribeca this past week were a couple of girls singing Taylor Swift’s “Welcome to New York” while jumping up and down with joy outside the transplanted country/pop crooner’s new loft. Apparently, Swift’s new role as New York City “cultural ambassador” may be having the desired effect of luring tourists — or […]