1 WTC Sale not on Port Authority Schedule

  As the Port Authority schedule return back to normal after Irene’s aftermath,  its Executive Director, Chris Ward, announced that there would be no sale of the agency’s 1 World Trade Center property. Despite being strapped for cash and the...

Brooklyn Gears up for West Indian Labor Day Parade

Each Labor Day, millions descend upon Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn to celebrate the annual West Indian Labor Day Parade. This year will be no different, as crowds will gather for the September 5th festivities. The West Indian Labor Day parade, in its early...

New York City Concerts Downtown

  The “Big Apple” is known the world over for its thriving  and expansive variety of night life. However, a bar or a night club can only be “so”different” from the thousands of other bars and nightclubs in Manhattan and Downtown...

Battery Park Dodges NYC Hurricane Damage

After expecting big NYC Hurricane, Battery Park residents are , today, counting their lucky stars, with minimal damage being assessed in the aftermath of Irene. Having wreaked havoc in the Bahamas and having begun its approach towards the North Carolina...

“What is Free WiFi?…in Battery Park?”

      With the City of New York and AT&T announcing a new initiative to bring free WiFi to over 26 different New York City public spaces for five years, many are rejoicing this awesome opportunity and great convenience. As of now, this...

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