Broadway theaters are breaking with established practice by offering additional weekday matinees.
Leading the fundraising pack is -- surprise! -- City Council Speaker Christine Quinn. Can you guess which candidate hasn't revealed the results of his fundraising efforts to date? And which one raised the least amount of money? There's also a new horse in this race...
The cash-strapped New York City Opera is moving from its historic home at Lincoln Center, but the 2011 season is set to open in other theaters around town.
The city wants outside firms to consider bankrolling ideas like using sensors to track available parking spaces or using mobile phones to pay for parking – so no driver would have to fish for quarters again. City Hall News reports.
Criminal justice advocates support Cuomo's plan to downsize the prison system, but some unions as well as communities across the state, particularly those in the economically hard-pressed upstate areas, are concerned about the loss of jobs.
The five month saga that was the Dominique Strauss-Kahn sexual assault case comes to a close this week as the former chief of the International Monetary Fund prepares to return to Paris.
The Democrats vying to be mayor of New York City in 2013 have until midnight to raise cash for the first six-month filing period of the year, and with former Rep. Anthony Weiner knocked out of the race, the remaining candidates hope their balance sheets will be a sign of their strength.