Meet some of New York City’s most interesting and accepting Protestant and Catholic church leaders, and learn where you can find them this Christmas.
Another banner week for “Cuomo the Barbarian.” Christine Quinn, David Grandeau, and Eva Moskowitz are among the winners and Ravi Batra, Carl Paladino and Cyrus Vance Jr. are among the losers.
For “Thru-Line,” 44 musicians will perform the same snippet of Bach on every subway platform along the F train on Dec. 21. MetroFocus spoke with the composer and musicians making it happen.
On Monday, New York became the seventh state to create benefit corporations, which are legally obligated to create benefits for both society and their shareholders. What does that mean for the city?
While my roommates trim our apartment-sized tree in Queens, I watch “Schindler’s List.” While they tape tinsel to our walls, I read articles about lead poisoning. But this is my first Christmas in New York; it’s time to turn some things around.
Although we tend to think of our cities as concrete jungles, our post-new urban environment is awash in plant life. The environmental benefits of these “weeds” go widely unrecognized when, in fact, this often invisible urban ecology can offer a fresh perspective on how cities perform.
In celebration of the 200th anniversary of Manhattan’s street grid, architects were asked to imagine the future of the city’s master plan. Read about the competition and watch Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham’s video tour of the project’s exhibition.