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 conservation group is calling on Mayor Bloomberg to dedicate his last five months to the environment.
New York City will launch a citywide gun buyback program later this year aimed at removing thousands of illegal guns off the street.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn made the announcement Sunday. The Council and the NYPD each will contribute $150,000 for 10 gun buyback events.
Individuals can surrender handguns with no questions asked.
The program will offer $200 for handguns and assault rifles and a $20 for rifles and shotguns.
Does the clack clack sound of typewriter keys make you nostalgic? How about the crackle of vinyl spinning on a record player? You may consider typewriters and record players relics of the past but there are plenty of people keeping them alive and well. In this episode of Cityscape we talk with people still using machines from decades past.
New York's most senior resident - who is also the world's third oldest person - celebrated turning 114 at a Brooklyn senior center.
Visitors to New York City can experience a vintage Parisian carnival this summer.