Most New Yorkers try and block out the sounds of the city. But a new smartphone application, along with a collaborative sound project called UrbanRemix, is encouraging city residents to transform the recordings of screeching subway cars, hawking vendors, rowdy teenagers and other ambient street sounds around Times Square into music.
The World Trade Center was flooded with visitors who left behind tributes to those killed on September 11, 2001, following the announcement earlier this week that Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan.
St. Patrick's Cathedral was filled with hard harts Thursday to commemorate International Workers' Memorial Day. The workers lowered their heads and held their hats to honor victims of work related accidents.
It seems the cold dreary winter is behind us, and the city has been basking in a few days of sweet sweltering sun. So we hit the streets in search of signs of summer and sandals.
Fake designer goods may soon not be worth it to New Yorkers trying to bag a deal.
The Labor Department found 20 violations of workplace safety and health standards at Flatbush Gardens Apartment Complex in Brooklyn.
Rats are having their run of the city these days because of lay offs to pest control management, Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer charged Tuesday.
PHOTOS. Fans flocked to the Yankees season home opener in the Bronx Thursday.
In an effort to squash bed bug infestation in the city, officials announced Tuesday a policy change that could give landlords stiffer penalties for being lax in their response to infestations.
Graduating medical students across the country learned on Thursday where they will be spending the next three to six years as resident physicians during a day also known as annual Match Day.
Many travelers have remained undeterred from taking Chinatown buses in the wake of two deadly crashes this week involving smaller bus lines.
Seven Coney Island boardwalk businesses that faced eviction will stick around for at least one more summer.
Council Speaker Christine Quinn joined other elected officials, tenants and advocates on the steps of City Hall Thursday to protest the House's proposal to cut federal funding from New York City's affordable housing programs.
PHOTOS. New Yorkers living in Little Egypt, a community in Astoria, Queens, kept a close watch on Egypt as events unfolded in Cairo.
PHOTOS. Scores rang in the Chinese New Year in Manhattan’s Chinatown , celebrating the year of the Golden Rabbit with a parade and festivities throughout the neighborhood.
PHOTOS: Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the United Nations headquarters in New York City this weekend calling for the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.