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Webcams

  1. Times Square Webcam EarthCam takes you on a virtual tour of the most visited spot in New York City: Times Square! Our exclusive webcams feature aerial views of the action below and the world famous street-level camera with audio. Interact with both live streaming views from the HD presets, as well as updating high resolution still images from the MP (megapixel) presets. Be a part of the new FanCam every day at 1 p.m. ET when our GigapixelCam pans Times Square, creating a 1 billion pixel image. The souvenir panorama is available the next day as a keepsake from The Crossroads of the World!
  2. Statue of Liberty Take in the sights from the torch balcony at the Statue of Liberty, where the public has not been permitted to visit in person since 1916, and see unique, one-of-a-kind perspectives of the torch, crown, face and tablet, in addition to ultra widescreen panoramic images and live HD streaming video. Enjoy unmatched streaming video of Lady Liberty from Brooklyn, as well.
  3. 5th Avenue EarthCam and affiliate, TGI Friday's have teamed up to deliver sweeping views of famous 5th Avenue in New York City. See and hear what's happening on 5th Avenue, live from our exclusive webcam in the heart of the Big Apple!
  4. Columbus Circlee Visit Columbus Circle in New York with live streaming webcam views. See and hear the hustle and bustle of the city. This active city spot borders beautiful Central Park and the Time Warner Center, which hosts the Shops at Columbus Circle, Jazz at Lincoln Center and more.
  5. Brooklyn Bridge Cam Visit downtown Manhattan courtesy of EarthCam's live streaming webcam. Watch as the camera pans around to deliver views of the Brooklyn Bridge, which was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1964. Viewers will also enjoy an uninterrupted look at One World Trade Center and the dynamic city skyline.
  6. High Line Cam EarthCam and The High Line present stunning views of the High Line Park in New York, a famous outdoor spot for locals and tourists alike. See live HD views offering a small glimpse of the Big Apple from the West Side of town.
  7. Charging Bull Cam EarthCam presents live streaming views of the Charging Bull in New York with this HD webcam. Watch as tourists pose with the Wall Street icon, a 7,000-pound bronze bull created by SoHo sculptor Arturo DeModica.
  8. Times Square Street EarthCam takes you on a virtual tour of the most visited spot in New York City: Times Square! Our exclusive webcams feature aerial views of the action below and the world famous street-level camera with audio. Interact with both live streaming views from the HD presets, as well as updating high resolution still images from the MP (megapixel) presets. Be a part of the new FanCam every day at 1 p.m. ET when our GigapixelCam pans Times Square, creating a 1 billion pixel image. The souvenir panorama is available the next day as a keepsake from The Crossroads of the World!
  9. Times Square 2 South View
  10. Times Square 3 47th & Broad
  11. Real Time Traffic Cameras 220 cameras
  12. Live from Mulberry Street EarthCam delivers live streaming webcam views of Mulberry Street in Little Italy, NY! Located above the Mulberry Street Cigar Shop, watch as visitors descend upon this popular and historic city spot to explore the neighborhood and dine at one of the many traditional Italian restaurants.
  13. Midtown NYC Skyline EarthCam and affiliate, Affinia Dumont, have teamed up to deliver live views of New York City. Nestled in the vibrant Midtown East area, get the perfect look at some of the city's most recognizable landmarks, including the impressive Chrysler Building.

Food

  1. Eater Food news and dining guides for New York.
  2. 44 Frozen Treats You Need To Try In NYC This Summer So, you’ve decided to spend the summer in a city that smells like hot garbage! You’re going to need some really good ice cream to see you through.
  3. Foods of New York Tours Since 1999 Foods of New York Tours has been giving food tasting and cultural walking tours through New York City's most delicious and historic neighborhoods. We provide a "non-touristy" experience so you feel like a native New Yorker! Each tour includes food tastings from the best specialty food shops, ethnic eateries, and local restaurants, as well as an "off-the-beaten-path" glimpse of life in NYC - the history, culture, architecture, and entertainment offerings.
  4. 100 best New York restaurants www.timeout.com/newyork/restaurants/100-best-new-york-restaurants
  5. NYC's 100 Best Restaurants The release of our 2014 NYC Restaurants Survey has arrived, and to celebrate, we're counting down the top 100 restaurants in NYC. From upscale sushi to Brooklyn comfort food, a wide array of cuisines and neighborhoods are represented in this blockbuster list. How many have you tried?
  6. Yelp - NYС New York User Reviews and Recommendations of Top Restaurants, Shopping, Nightlife, Entertainment, Services and More at Yelp
  7. MenuPages
  8. New York Street Food All about food trucks and street food in New York and beyond.
  9. Food - Best of New York A guide to New York's food, from restaurant scenes to great dishes, gourmet shops to restaurant deals.
  10. Grub Street Grub Street is a blog about the New York City restaurant scene from New York magazine with coverage of the restaurant scene, openings and closings, NYC food reviews, and food news.
  11. Urbanspoon New York restaurants and reviews from critics, food bloggers, and friends.
  12. Restaurants - New York Magazine A weekly guide to the New York restaurant scene -- from restaurant openings to reviews to recipes. Search more than 3500 restaurants by cuisine, price, neighborhood and ratings.
  13. NYC Food New York City is the food capital of the world - known for its variety of ethnic cuisines, great restaurants, and the ability to find any kind of food at any hour of the day. Given the vast array of food choices, it is important for New Yorkers to make healthy and informed decisions. For years, New York City has been a leader in implementing policies like calorie labeling and banning trans-fat, in order to help make healthful eating easier for everyone. These efforts are part of a broader food policy, aimed at promoting healthy food, promoting food security, and improving the sustainability of our food system.
  14. Eating in Translation This website began as a collection of field notes on interesting food I'd tried, or planned to try, in and around New York. Since its launch, in January 2005, I've visited thousands of venues, from white-linen restaurants to elbows-on-the-table eateries, as well as street vendors, fairs, festivals, grocers, and greenmarkets — and my "to eat" list is longer than ever.
  15. OpenTable Reserve now at top NYC restaurants, read reviews, explore menus & photos. Make New York restaurant reservations and find the perfect spot for any occasion

Top Sites/Blogs

  1. Humans of New York My name is Brandon and I began Humans of New York in the summer of 2010. I thought it would be really cool to create an exhaustive catalogue of New York City’s inhabitants, so I set out to photograph 10,000 New Yorkers and plot their photos on a map. I worked for several months with this goal in mind, but somewhere along the way, HONY began to take on a much different character. I started collecting quotes and short stories from the people I met, and began including these snippets alongside the photographs. Taken together, these portraits and captions became the subject of a vibrant blog. With over eight million followers on social media, HONY now provides a worldwide audience with daily glimpses into the lives of strangers in New York City. It has also become a #1 NYT bestselling book.. It’s been quite a ride so far. Feel free to follow along.
  2. Overheard In New York is a humor blog, published by Michael Malice and S. Morgan Friedman, that documents snippets of conversation heard by passersby in New York City.
  3. Every Person In New York I am trying to draw every person in New York. I will be drawing people everyday and posting as frequently as I can. It is possible that I will draw you without you knowing it. I draw in Subway stations and museums and restaurants and on street corners. I try not to be in the way when I am drawing or be too noticeable. Whenever I have a new batch of drawings I will post them on this blog.
  4. Scouting NY My name is Nick Carr. I work as a movie location scout in New York. My job is to stare at the city. This is what I see.
  5. allthebuildingsinnewyork An attempt to draw all the buildings in New York by James Gulliver Hancock, an illustrator originally from Australia currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
  6. BrooklynVegan Founded in 2004, BrooklynVegan is an independent, NYC-centric, mostly-music blog that focuses on international music news, live show reviews, pictures, tour dates, gossip, tips, MP3's, streams, videos, and much more. Non-music news finds it's way on to our pages as well, and every post comes with an open exchange of ideas via the public commenting system.
  7. Forgotten New York had been noticing ancient advertising and unremarked-upon scenes in New York City for years, but it wasn’t till I moved to Flushing and saw the ancient remaining Victorian and older buildings that stand among the cookie cutter brick apartments that I put two and two together and noticed there was no one out there who was really calling attention to the artifacts of a long-gone New York.
  8. Gothamist city-centric blogs worldwide that focus on news, events, food, culture, and other local coverage.
  9. Jeremiah's Vanishing New York A BITTERLY NOSTALGIC LOOK AT A CITY IN THE PROCESS OF GOING EXTINCT
  10. Ephemeral New York Chronicling an ever-changing city through faded and forgotten artifacts
  11. DNAinfo DNAinfo.com is New York's leading hyper-local news source, covering New York City's neighborhoods. We deliver up-to-the-minute reports on entertainment, education, politics, crime, sports, and dining. Our award-winning journalists find the stories - big or small - that matter most to New Yorkers.
  12. EV Grieve EV GRIEVE IS AN EAST VILLAGE BLOG WHERE YOU'LL FIND LOCAL NEWS ON THE REAL ESTATE, RESTAURANTS AND RESIDENTS OF THE EAST VILLAGE NYC.
  13. ANIMAL New York ANIMAL IS A DAILY SOURCE OF ART, NEWS AND CULTURE. WE CREATE ORIGINAL CONTENT, BREAK STORIES, AGGREGATE STUFF, THROW EVENTS/PARTIES AND INTERACT WITH HUMANS IRL. SINCE 2003, ANIMAL HAS REPORTED FROM THE GUT OF THE CITY AND THE FRINGES OF THE INTERNET.
  14. City Room Blog City Room® is a news blog of live reporting, features and reader conversations about New York City.
  15. New York City Feelings I would give the greatest sunset in the world for one sight of New York's skyline.
  16. newyorkshitty A compendium of whatever I feel compelled to share. Generally north Brooklyn-centric, New York Shitty was deemed by the Village Voice as the Best Neighborhood Blog of 2009 and a finalist for Best Neighborhood Blog of 201o. Huzzah!
  17. Streetsblog New York City Covering livable streets and sustainable transportation in the five boroughs.
  18. Grub Street Grub Street is a blog about the New York City restaurant scene from New York magazine with coverage of the restaurant scene, openings and closings, NYC food reviews, and food news.
  19. NYC Thrillist Find the best spots to eat, drink and shop in New York. Thrillist unearths all that's new, unknown or under-appreciated in The Empire State
  20. My Life in New York City A blog from New York City. I don't tag my posts, and all my readers I welcome as friends
  21. We Heart Astoria is a blog focused on the wonderful community of Astoria, Queens
  22. Stroller in the City Once a fashion showroom owner now turned mom and blogger/writer. I live in NYC with my husband, three children and enjoy our fast paced city life. My blog Stroller In The City boasts about city living, kids fashion and all things that are mommy. Being a mom doesn't mean you need to lose sight of the cool stuff.
  23. Lost New York City a running Jeremiad on the vestiges of Old New York as they are steamrolled under
  24. H A R L E M + B E S P O K E Bespoke is that which is custom made. This site is about Harlem through a designer's perspective in architecture, history, arts, retail, restaurants, theater, events, music and communities. Features are also focused on brownstones, home renovations and the current housing market. Basically all things old and new that make Harlem unique and interesting.
  25. Tribeca Citizen Obsessing over greater Tribeca since 2009
  26. Bowery Boogie Bowery Boogie is the largest site dedicated to covering the news and lifestyle of the Lower East Side neighborhood and its residents. It is known for a keen wit and combination of hard-hitting news coverage and lifestyle stories. Founded in 2008, Bowery Boogie is headquartered in New York City.
  27. Second Ave. Sagas Second Ave. Sagas has been the home for news, views and commentary on the subway system, MTA and transportation in New York City since November 2006.
  28. New York Portraits DAILY WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM NEW YORK
  29. Joe's NYC The original joe’s nyc was launched on February 24, 2004, and its archives contained 1700 photos.
  30. Tracy’s New York Life This blog began in 2011 as a hobby and way to document my experiences while living in Manhattan. Since then, the site has evolved into a collection of all things New York. Enjoy everything from the latest city tales to New Yorkers' opinions, must-haves to nights on the town –– all straight from the heart and soul of NYC.
  31. Inhabitat New York City Inhabitat NYC is a website devoted to green design, architecture and innovation in New York City. For decades the Big Apple has been at the forefront of green living and forward-thinking urban design, planning and environmental policy. We New Yorkers live densely and efficiently – we share heating, electricity and infrastructure with our neighbors, we forego cars and walk, bike and ride the subway. Our buses are all-electric, our mayor has an eco-plan for the next twenty years, and everyday, new businesses in New York pop up that are committed to using sustainable, local materials. Inhabitat was born in New York city and most of our editors live here. With that in mind, we wanted to create a locally-focused version of Inhabitat.com that reflects our local community and our interests.
  32. Fading Ad Blog vintage mural ads & other signage by Frank H. Jump & friends
  33. Only The Blog Knows Brooklyn OTBKB features stories on civics and urban life, arts and culture, food and drink, local shopping and parenting. Every day there are great links to other blogs and every day: great photography presented by No Words Daily Pix.
  34. New York Cliché A blog about trying to make it (and make out) in New York City.
  35. The Regular Guy NYC Just a regular guy's view of life, food, cocktails, fitness, and fun.
  36. Edge of the City Where urban meets suburban...
  37. Gowanus Lounge News and Opinions on New York Business and Lifestyle
  38. Used York City a little piece of the Internet that features the best of New York…as used by New Yorkers
  39. (G)REENWICH (V)ILLAGE (D)AILY (P)HOTO
  40. Pardon Me For Asking Katia Kelly has been living in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, for more than 25 years and has developed a deep affection for this historic brownstone enclave. She chronicles daily life in and around the neighborhood in words and pictures.
  41. Out and About in New York City The source of my difficulties has always been the same: an inability to accept what to others seems natural, and an irresistible tendency to voice opinions no one wants to hear...
  42. NEW YORK CITY GARDEN
  43. Queens Crap The above organizations are recognized by Queens Crap as being beneficial to the city as a whole, by fighting to preserve the history and character of our neighborhoods. They are not connected to this website and the opinions presented here do not necessarily represent the positions of these organizations.
  44. Nyclovesnyc
  45. Walks of New York We launched our blog to help travelers experience the best that New York City has to offer. After years of living and working in the city, we think it’s fair to say we’re NYC experts. And we want to share our expertise and passion for the city…with you!

Official

  1. City of New York The Official Website of the City of New York
  2. 311 is New York City's main source of government information and non-emergency services. Whether you're a resident, business owner, or visitor, help is just a click, text, or call away.
  3. Department of Education is the largest school district in the US, serving 1.1 million students in over 1,800 schools.
  4. Office of Emergency Management Established in 1996, NYC Emergency Management is a coordinating agency for the City of New York. The agency plans and prepares for emergencies, educates the public about preparedness, coordinates emergency response and recovery, and collects and disseminates emergency information. To accomplish this mission, the agency maintains a disciplined unit of emergency management personnel, including responders, planners, watch commanders, and administrative and support staff, to identify and respond to various hazards.
  5. Fire Department The Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY) is the largest Fire Department in the United States and universally is recognized as the world's busiest and most highly skilled emergency response agency, providing fire protection, search and rescue, pre-hospital care and other critical public safety services to residents and visitors in the five boroughs. Since its inception in 1865, FDNY has helped lead efforts to make New York the safest big city in the nation. This accomplishment requires a steadfast and daily commitment to maintaining the Department’s core values of Service, Bravery, Safety, Honor, Dedication and Preparedness. To that end, FDNY members are sworn to serve and protect life and property.
  6. NYPD The MISSION of the New York City Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in our City by working in partnership with the community and in accordance with constitutional rights to enforce the laws, preserve the peace, reduce fear, and provide for a safe environment.
  7. Parks & Recreation NYC Parks is the steward of approximately 29,000 acres of land — 14 percent of New York City — including more than 5,000 individual properties ranging from Coney Island Beach and Central Park to community gardens and Greenstreets. We operate more than 800 athletic fields and nearly 1,000 playgrounds, 550 tennis courts, 66 public pools, 48 recreational facilities, 17 nature centers, 13 golf courses, and 14 miles of beaches. We care for 1,200 monuments and 23 historic house museums. We look after 650,000 street trees, and two million more in parks. We are New York City's principal providers of recreational and athletic facilities and programs. We are home to free concerts, world-class sports events, and cultural festivals.
  8. Department of Sanitation Today, the Department is the world's largest, collecting over 10,500 tons of residential and institutional refuse and 1,760 tons of recyclables a day. The City's businesses, whose waste is collected by private carting companies, generate another 13,000 tons of refuse each day. And under the leadership of Commissioner Kathryn Garcia, New York City's streets are cleaner today than they have been in over 35 years.
  9. Department of Homeless Services As an agency comprised of 2,000 employees, with an annual operating budget of approximately $1 billion, DHS is one of the largest organizations of its kind committed to preventing and addressing homelessness in New York City. As it engages in this mission, DHS employs a variety of innovative strategies to help families and individuals successfully exit shelter and return to self-sufficiency as quickly as possible.
  10. Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is a department of the Government of New York City responsible for public health along with issuing birth certificates, dog licenses, and conducting restaurant inspection and enforcement
  11. Economic Development Corporation is the City’s primary engine for economic development, charged with leveraging the City’s assets to drive growth, create jobs, and improve quality of life.
  12. Department of Environmental Protection The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) protects public health and the environment by supplying clean drinking water, collecting and treating wastewater, and reducing air, noise, and hazardous materials pollution. DEP is a New York City agency of nearly 6,000 employees that manages and conserves the City's water supply; distributes more than one billion gallons of clean drinking water each day to nine million New Yorkers and collects wastewater through a vast underground network of pipes, regulators, and pumping stations; and treats the 1.3 billion gallons of wastewater that New Yorkers produce each day in a way that protects the quality of New York Harbor. To achieve these mandates, DEP oversees one of the largest capital construction programs in the region. As the City agency responsible for New York City's environment, DEP also regulates air quality, hazardous waste, and critical quality of life issues, including noise.
  13. Department of Cultural Affairs The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) is dedicated to supporting and strengthening New York City's vibrant cultural life. Among our primary missions is to ensure adequate public funding for non-profit cultural organizations, both large and small, throughout the five boroughs.
  14. Department of Transportation DOT's mission is to provide for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible movement of people and goods in the City of New York and to maintain and enhance the transportation infrastructure crucial to the economic vitality and quality of life of our primary customers, City residents. Our agency's work is guided by Sustainable Streets, the Strategic Plan for the New York City Department of Transportation. We are customer-driven in all our activities. We seek opportunities to create partnerships in the provision of transportation services through appropriate relationships and alliances.
  15. Housing Authority The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA)'s mission is to increase opportunities for low- and moderate-income New Yorkers by providing safe, affordable housing and facilitating access to social and community services. More than 400,000 New Yorkers reside in NYCHA’s 334 public housing developments around the five boroughs, and another 235,000 receive subsidized rental assistance in private homes through the NYCHA-administered Section 8 Leased Housing Program.
  16. Department of Social Services The New York City Human Resources Administration/ Department of Social Services (HRA/DSS) provides temporary help to individuals and families with social service and economic needs to assist them in reaching self-sufficiency
  17. Office of the Mayor of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio is the 109th Mayor of New York City. From his early days as a young City Hall staffer, to serving on his local school board, to his most recent position as Public Advocate for the City of New York, Bill de Blasio has spent his life fighting to ensure that every New Yorker - in every neighborhood throughout our five boroughs - gets a fair shot.
  18. Film, Theatre & Broadcasting As the first film commission in the country, the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre & Broadcasting is the one-stop shop for all production needs in New York City, including permits, free exterior locations and free police assistance. The agency markets NYC as a prime location, provides premiere customer service to production companies and facilitates production throughout the five boroughs. Whether production companies are shooting a feature film, a commercial, a television show or a music video, the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting serves as an invaluable resource to the New York City entertainment production industry.
  19. Department of Buildings The NYC Department of Buildings ensures the safe and lawful use of over 975,000 buildings and properties by enforcing the City's Building Code, Electrical Code, Zoning Resolution, New York State Labor Law and New York State Multiple Dwelling Law. Our main activities include performing plan examinations, issuing construction permits, inspecting properties, and licensing trades. We also issue Certificates of Occupancy and Place of Assembly permits. In all our activities, our focus is on safety, service and integrity.
  20. Landmarks Preservation Commission is the largest municipal preservation agency in the nation. It is responsible for protecting New York City's architecturally, historically, and culturally significant buildings and sites by granting them landmark or historic district status, and regulating them once they're designated. The agency is comprised of a panel of 11 commissioners who are appointed by the Mayor and supported by a staff of approximately 67 preservationists, researchers, architects, historians, attorneys, archaeologists and administrative employees. There are more than 31,000 landmark properties in New York City, most of which are located in 111 historic districts and 20 historic district extensions in all five boroughs. The total number of protected sites also includes 1,338 individual landmarks, 117 interior landmarks and 10 scenic landmarks.
  21. Department of Housing The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) is the largest municipal housing preservation and development agency in the nation. The agency’s mission is to promote housing equality and create and sustain viable neighborhoods for New Yorkers though housing education, outreach, loan and development programs and enforcement of housing standards.
  22. Department of Finance The Department of Finance collects over $30 billion in revenue for the City and values more than one million properties worth a total of over $800 billion. In addition
  23. Department of Design and Construction The Department of Design and Construction (DDC) builds many of the civic facilities New Yorkers use every day. As the City's primary capital construction project manager, we provide communities with new or renovated structures such as firehouses, libraries, police precincts, courthouses and senior centers. To successfully manage this portfolio, valued at nearly $10 billion, we partner with other City agencies, as well as with emerging and world-renowned architects and consultants whose experience and creativity bring efficient, innovative, and environmentally-conscious design and construction strategies to the projects we build.
  24. Health and Hospitals Corporation The New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) is an integrated healthcare system of hospitals, neighborhood health centers, long-term care, nursing homes and home care -- the public safetynet healthcare system of New York City. HHC is committed to the health and well-being of all New Yorkers and we offer a wide range of high quality and affordable healthcare services to keep our patients healthy and to address the needs of New York City's diverse populations.
  25. Department for the Aging The mission of the Department for the Aging (DFTA) is "to work for the empowerment, independence, dignity and quality of life of New York City's diverse older adults and for the support of their families through advocacy, education and the coordination and delivery of services."
  26. Office of Chief Medical Examiner The Office of Chief Medical Examiner of the City of New York (“OCME”) was established in 1918 pursuant to a 1915 Act of the New York State Legislature. In addition to being the first governmental agency of its type in the United States, OCME established the first toxicology laboratory in 1918 and the first serology laboratory in 1938, both at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan.
  27. Department of Small Business Services The Department of Small Business Services (SBS) makes it easier for businesses in New York City to form, do business, and grow by providing direct assistance to business owners, fostering neighborhood development in commercial districts, and linking employers to a skilled and qualified workforce.
  28. Department of Correction The New York City Department of Correction (DOC) provides for the care, custody, and control of persons accused of crimes or convicted and sentenced to one year or less of jail time.
  29. Department of Consumer Affairs The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) empowers consumers and businesses to ensure a fair and vibrant marketplace.
  30. Department of City Planning DCP promotes housing production and affordability, fosters economic development and coordinated investments in infrastructure and services, and supports resilient, sustainable communities across the five boroughs for a more equitable New York City. DCP’s contributions toward development of the 10-year Capital Strategy will ensure investments in New York City’s neighborhoods align strategic planning priorities with community needs.
  31. Department of Information DoITT is committed to effectively and efficiently providing IT services, infrastructure, and telecommunications to New York City's residents, businesses, and visitors. DoITT serves a vast network of 120 agencies, boards, and offices, more than 8,000,000 residents, 300,000 employees, and 230,000 businesses every day-and approximately 50 million visitors each year
  32. Department of Investigation DOI is one of the oldest law-enforcement agencies in the country, formed in the 1870s following a scandal in which the corrupt William “Boss” Tweed and his unscrupulous cronies skimmed millions from the City coffers. The agency investigates and refers for prosecution City employees and contractors engaged in corrupt or fraudulent activities or unethical conduct. Investigations may involve any agency, officer, elected official or employee of the City, as well as those who do business with or receive benefits from the City.
  33. Comptroller of New York City The Office of Comptroller of New York City is the chief fiscal officer and chief auditing officer of the city. The comptroller is elected, citywide, to a four-year term and can hold office for three consecutive terms
  34. Department of Records and Information Services Established in 1977, the Department of Records and Information Services preserves and provides public access to historical and contemporary records and information about New York City government through the Municipal Archives, the City Hall Library, and the Visitor Center. The Municipal Records Management Division operates records storage facilities in two locations with a combined capacity of 700,000 cubic feet, and provides records management services to fifty City agencies, ten courts, and the five district attorneys’ offices. Records services include scheduling, off-site storage and retrieval, and overall guidance on management of records in all media. The Grants Administration Unit assists mayoral agencies in obtaining and managing grants from the New York State Archives’ Local Government Records Management Improvement Fund
  35. Department of Probation The New York City Department of Probation helps build stronger and safer communities by working with and supervising people on probation, fostering positive change in their decision-making and behavior, and expanding opportunities for them to move out of the criminal and juvenile justice systems through meaningful education, employment, health services, family engagement and civic participation
  36. Center for NYC Neighborhoods Since 2008, the Center for NYC Neighborhoods has been committed to promoting and protecting affordable homeownership for New Yorkers. Established by public and private partners, the Center meets the diverse needs of homeowners across the five boroughs. The Center and its Network Partners offer high-quality housing counseling and legal services, free of charge, to New York homeowners.
  37. Board of Elections in the City of New York The Board of Elections in the City of New York is an administrative body of ten Commissioners, two from each borough upon recommendation by both political parties and then appointed by the City Council for a term of four years. The Commissioners appoint a bipartisan staff to oversee the daily activities of its main and five borough offices
  38. Public Advocate The Office of Public Advocate for the City of New York is a citywide elected position in New York City, which is first in line to succeed the Mayor. The office serves as a direct link between the electorate and city government, effectively acting as an ombudsman, or "watchdog," for New Yorkers by providing oversight for city agencies, investigating citizens' complaints about city services and making proposals to address perceived shortcomings or failures of those services.
  39. New York City Council The New York City Council is the lawmaking body of the City of New York. It has 51 members from 51 council districts throughout the five boroughs
  40. Department of Juvenile Justice The New York City Administration for Children’s Services protects New York City’s children from abuse and neglect. Along with our community partners, Children’s Services provides neighborhood-based services to help ensure children grow up in safe, permanent homes with strong families.
  41. Law Department Every day the New York City Law Department's 700 lawyers and 850 support professionals work collaboratively to pursue justice while providing the City with the highest quality legal representation. The Law Department represents the City, the Mayor, other elected officials, and the City's many agencies in all affirmative and defensive civil litigation as well as juvenile delinquency proceedings brought in Family Court and Administrative Code enforcement proceedings brought in Criminal Court.

Top Newspapers

  1. The New York Times The New York Times: Find breaking news, multimedia, reviews & opinion on Washington, business, sports, movies, travel, books, jobs, education, real estate, cars & more
  2. The Wall Street Journal WSJ online coverage of breaking news and current headlines from the US and around the world.
  3. Daily News Find breaking US news, local New York news coverage, sports, entertainment news, celebrity gossip, autos, videos and photos
  4. New York Post Your source for breaking news, news about New York, sports, business, entertainment, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, and more.
  5. The Village Voice Founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher, and Norman Mailer in 1955, the Village Voice introduced free-form, high-spirited and passionate journalism into the public discourse. As the nation's first and largest alternative newsweekly, the Voice carries on the same tradition of no-holds-barred reporting and criticism it embraced when it began publishing nearly 60 years ago.
  6. Staten Island SILive.com is Staten Island's largest local website for news, sports, entertainment, jobs, autos, real estate and information. In addition to serving as the online home of the Staten Island Advance, SILive.com offers forums, blogs, and business listings on where to go and what to do on and around the Island.
  7. am NewYork Get the latest New York City news, entertainment, sports, reviews, and much more local information that is important to you, all in one place on am New York.
  8. The Wave of Long Island is the longest-lived and most widely circulated newspaper in the Rockaway Peninsula, New York City Borough of Queens.
  9. The New York Observer Observer.com offers a sophisticated readership of metropolitan professionals an original take on the latest in news, culture, politics and luxury, bringing its irreverent sensibility to a national audience.
  10. Crain's New York Crain's New York Business thoroughly covers NYC's major industries, including Wall Street, media, the arts, real estate, retail, restaurants and more
  11. The Indypendent Founded in 2000 as the print project of the New York City Independent Media Center, The Indypendent is a New York City-based free newspaper and online news site.
  12. Long Island Press Get the latest Long Island News from the Long Island Press. Featuring unique and thorough coverage of arts and entertainment, sports and alternative political
  13. Metro New York Metro is a free daily newspaper written and designed for young and ambitious professionals. Designed for a 20-minute read, the paper gives metropolitans all they need to know, Monday through Friday, during their morning commutes.
  14. Newsday Breaking News, opinions and blogs in business, sports, entertainment, travel, lifestyle, plus much more. Newsday.com is the leading news source for Long Island and NYC
  15. BushwickBK
  16. Brooklyn Eagle Everything Brooklyn since 1841 | #Brooklyn's number 1 news stream
  17. Queens Tribune Queens County's Weekly Newspaper Group founded in 1970
  18. The Villager The Paper of Record for Greenwich Village,East Village,Lower East Side,Soho,Union Square,Chinatown and Noho.
  19. Gotham Gazette Gotham Gazette is a pioneering nonpartisan New York City-based online watchdog publication that covers city and state government, and has a rich tradition of reporting on local elections as well as policy that affects everything from the spaces where New Yorkers live and play to police tactics and civil rights. It is published by Citizens Union Foundation.
  20. Queens Chronicle The Queens Chronicle is an award-winning weekly newspaper that has served the communities of Queens since 1978. From Astoria to Laurelton, Whitestone to Howard Beach, and all of the neighborhoods in between, we cover the news and events of our communities.
  21. Washington Square News is the independent student newspaper of New York University. WSN is published Monday through Thursday during NYU’s academic year, except for university holidays, vacations and exam periods.
  22. Columbia Daily Spectator Founded in 1877, the Columbia Daily Spectator delivers news daily to thousands of readers around Columbia University, Morningside Heights, West Harlem, and beyond. The newspaper is published five days per week during the academic year, and offers news, arts, commentary, sports coverage, and photos from around campus and New York City, in conjunction with our blog, Spectrum, and our weekly arts and features magazine, The Eye. We are the second-oldest college daily paper in the country and have been financially independent from the University since 1962.
  23. The Epoch Times A special strength of The Epoch Times is our coverage of China. Today the world is increasingly looking to China, as this troubled giant goes through tremendous changes. Business and political leaders, and also world citizens, want to understand better what is happening there. We are able to provide well-sourced stories that no one else has through the original reporting done by the Chinese-language edition of The Epoch Times.

Music

  1. Musical groups from New York City From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  2. Singers from New York City From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  3. List of hip hop musicians from New York City From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  4. Rappers from New York From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  5. Songwriters from New York From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  6. The Deli Magazine NYC SCENE BLOG (emerging artists only)
  7. The 50 Most NYC Albums Ever The Most NYC Albums That Didn't Make...
  8. 50 Of The Greatest Bands From New York New York: Arguably the greatest city for music on earth. Here we take a look at 50 of its best artists. Who else to start with but these guys?
  9. Best Independent Record Stores in New York City New York City's best independent record stores sell rock, hip-hop, soul and more, all with a human touch.
  10. The 50 Greatest New York City Rock Bands From the hardcore scene, to the emergence of punk rock, indie rock, shoegaze, folk-rock and so much more, New York bands are marked by their intermingled members, local influences and constant innovations. From labels, to venue spaces, to the records themselves, here's the 50 Best New York Rock Bands.
  11. 1300+ Bands from New York List of New York bands, listed by their level of fame. This New York musicians list includes both bands and solo artists. All famous New York bands are included, as well as many New York musicians of underground status. This list of New York musical artists includes information like what genre the artist falls under, what albums they've put out and more. If you want to know more about these famous New York bands you can click on their names to learn more about them. Bands from every genre are listed here, including rock, pop, hip-hop/rap, jazz, and more.

Movies

  1. Current Film Productions Shows,Films,Series,Daytime, Late Night, News, and Talk Shows are shot now
  2. List of films set in New York City The following is a list of some of the more memorable films set in New York City, sorted by the year the film was released.
  3. The 100 best films set in New York City From King Kong's spire down to the scummiest subway tunnel, TONY ranks the definitive list of the 100 best New York movies: crime dramas, romantic comedies, documentaries and more.
  4. The 16 Best NYC Movie Scenes New York is indisputably the Center of the Universe, and though Hollywood might be all the way out in a little city called Los Angeles, some of the most iconic films in cinematic history take place in our town. We could list the Best NYC Movie Scenes of All Time, or the Most Memorable Movie Scenes Of All Time, or the Best NYC-Based Movies That Want You To Pretend Tom Hanks Is A Suitable Romantic Interest. But, really, there are just too many, Here are Gothamist staffers' favorite NYC-based movie scenes: we expect you'll leave yours for us in the comments.
  5. 50 Greatest New York Movies
  6. The 50 Best New York City Movies Though Hollywood serves as the metonym for the American film industry, filmmakers have been drawn to the streets of New York City since the earliest days of cinema. Because of its countless representations on the silver screen, New York occupies a massive part of our cultural imagination.
  7. Top 100 NYC Films This list was compiled in August 2012 on the basis that the films were popular in the era of release as well as successful at the Box Office and have lasted the test of time.

Books

  1. Best Books Set in New York City (138 books) From classics like "Catcher in the Rye" to historical fiction like "The Alienist" to contemporary novels like "Bodega Dreams" -- which books exploit New York best?
  2. 20 Books That Will Make You Fall In Love With New York City Joan Didion and, more recently, Ann Friedman, wrote about the complexity of the emotions they experienced when deciding to move away from New York City. Friedman wrote in an essay for New York Magazine, "New York is the prom king. He knows he's great, and he's gonna make it really, really hard on you if you decide you want to love him."
  3. Books Set In New York
  4. The 10 Best Books About New York I first moved to New York City in 1996, and I have no need or desire to live anywhere else in the world. After living in New York City for over half of my adult life, I still find myself in many New York moments that remind me why I'm living in the greatest city in the world. Strolling in Central Park in the summer with my kids, we might come across a line of people who waited overnight to see Shakespeare in the Park with some of the world's best actors, take in the sights and sounds at the Boathouse restaurant and arrive at the amazingly entertaining Rose Planetarium at the Museum of Natural History. On the tiny island of Manhattan, endless opportunities arise for entertainment, stimulation and awe. My book, New York, New York: So Good They Named it Twice, An Irreverent Guide to Experiencing and Living in the Greatest City in the World is for those who choose to live here, as well as for those who have always wondered what it would be like.
  5. 10 Favorite Non-Fiction Books About New York City Here’s a roundup of our 10 favorite non-fiction books about New York City. Ranging from memoirs to guidebooks, we should have a selection that fits every kind of reading experience that you’d ever want!
  6. Best New York Novels Although the middle of the country is our best hope for the future of American literature, it’s impossible to deny that New York City has inspired some of our greatest writers and books. A few of them, like the ones listed here, do an especially excellent job of summing up the experience of living in this wonderful, crazy, and always-changing city. These 25 books, no matter when they came out, explore themes that will surely resonate with those of us who make our home in the five boroughs, and provide a snapshot of life here for those who don’t.
  7. The 25 Best New York City Novels Like Hollywood attracts screenwriters, New York attracts writers. Half the people you meet have a novel they tinker at when everyone else is asleep. Thankfully, only some of them will bore you with a description of the plot and its surely autobiographical characters. But because of all the great novels to come from Gotham, plenty of hacks continue to line up for their shot.
  8. Top 9 New York City Stories - Books Set in Manhattan If you can make it there, you'll make it anywhere. One of New York's five boroughs, Manhattan is the most densely populated landmass in America. Its busy streets have provided inspiration for thousands of artists, including writers. Here are nine enticing books that will make you feel like a local.
  9. 10 of the best books set in New York Malcolm Burgess, publisher of Oxygen Books' City-lit series, selects his favourite reads for the Big Apple

History

  1. The Roaring Twenties an interactive exploration of the historical soundscape of New York City
  2. NYC Municipal Archives Welcome to the New York City Municipal Archives Online Gallery of over 900,000 images. Selected from the world-class historical collections of the Archives, most of these unique photographs, maps, motion picture and audio recordings are being made accessible for the first time. Visitors are invited to explore and search the collections individually, or across all collections by keyword or any of the advanced search criteria. The gallery includes many complete collections; for others, only representative samples are currently on display. Visitors are encouraged to return frequently as new content will be added on a regular basis. Patrons may order reproductions in the form of prints or digital files; most images can be licensed for commercial use. Please see the order page for further details.
  3. New York City Timeline New York City Timeline is a creation by Scott and Susan McDowell based on their love for the greatest city in America.
  4. The Welikia Project Ever wondered what New York looked like before it was a city? Welcome to Welikia Hear Welikia pronounced, 1609.
  5. New-York Historical Society Browse our collection of two million manuscripts, 500,000 photographs, 400,000 prints, and much more.
  6. Museum of the City of New York The Museum of the City of New York celebrates and interprets the city, educating the public about its distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation. Founded in 1923 as a private, nonprofit corporation, the Museum connects the past, present, and future of New York City. It serves the people of New York and visitors from around the world through exhibitions, school and public programs, publications, and collections.
  7. archive videos The Travel Film Archive is a collection of travelogues and educational and industrial films - many of them in color - that show the world the way it was between 1900 and 1970. All of our footage was shot on film (much of it on 35mm), so if you need HD transfers, we have film backing - in many cases the camera originals. Among our holdings are archives of the renowned travel filmmakers Burton Holmes, Andre de la Varre, and James A. FitzPatrick, as well as footage shot by many other intinerant cameramen.
  8. New York City - Facts & Summary
  9. New York and its origins
  10. The New York History Blog Historical News and Views from the Empire State
  11. NY Correction History Society To pursue, preserve and promote the history of correction services in New York
  12. The History Box This site is designed to provide genealogists, historians, and history enthusiasts with a vast array of historical articles, and helpful links that lead to genealogical research sites online, as well as other focused areas of interest within the United States, which may be beneficial to their search efforts

Events

  1. Time Out New York Discover the best NYC events, things to do, restaurants, theater and nightlife
  2. Oh My Rockness New York City Oh My Rockness New York City: Your Indie Concert Calendar
  3. Event Calendar NYC.com's exhaustive New York City Event Calendar. Events covered include the Arts, Comedy, Dance, Music, Special Events, Sports, Talks & Readings and Theater. Search by event category, date and/or location.
  4. New York Events and Entertainment Calendar | Village Voice New York events and entertainment calendar with info on festivals, shows, and nightlife in New York from Village Voice
  5. UpOut UpOut is your discriminating guide to the best parties, weird things to do and underground events in your city.
  6. New York City Concerts If you love live music, there's no better place than NYC—home to countless venerated concert halls that host both superstars and rising stars every night of the week. Below, find a sampling of upcoming shows.
  7. Flavorpill Connecting you with NYC culture through events, parties, ideas and more. Highbrow, lowbrow, and everything in between.
  8. Daily and Seasonal NYC Events Visit NYCgo for official NYC information on travel, hotels, deals and offers like Restaurant Week, and the best restaurants, shops, clubs and cultural events.
  9. New Yorkled Covering New York City ‘s Parks, Museums, Bridges, Sights, Events and more…For Tourists and Natives alike. Hundreds of pages having proudly served over 10,000,000 Visits – That’s 10.0 million Folks
  10. NYC Parks Events Calendar Get up, get out, and do something! Just about any day of the year, you can find something fun, informative, and healthy to enjoy at an area park. Feel free to browse the listings below, or use the search tools to find an event that matches your interests and location.
  11. Events and Entertainment Calendar Looking for something to do? Check out all of the events, and arts and entertainment options happening in and around New York and the Boroughs. From local greenmarkets and foodie festivals to award-winning Broadway shows, must-see concerts and everything in between, the New York Daily News Arts and Entertainment calendar has something for everyone.
  12. Events in NYC - NYTimes A Times selection of noteworthy cultural events in New York City and beyond.
  13. New York Events | Yelp Things to do around you
  14. New York Events | Eventbrite Eventbrite brings people together through live experiences. Discover events that match your passions, or create your own with online ticketing tools
  15. Events | City of New York

Maps

  1. Finding the Quiet City Even in noisy New York, pockets of peace exist. Here is a selection from readers
  2. NYC Crime Map Crime data is provided in map format for the, “seven major NYS Penal Law felonies” (Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter, Rape, Robbery, Felonious Assault, Burglary, Grand Larceny and Grand Larceny Motor Vehicle. Attempted crimes are recorded as that crime with the exception of Attempted Murder which is recorded as a Felonious Assault.) A crime map can be presented cumulatively year to date, previous year cumulative and by any specific month in either period. The opening and default map views are of the most recent full month count of all seven major crimes.
  3. Building Age NYC 1,053,713 buildings in New York City, shaded by year of construction.
  4. Transit Time NYC Pick a start point and see subway travel times to everywhere else in NYC. Just click the map or enter an address. Staten Island Railway included; ferries, buses and bikes are not.
  5. Wikimapia Wikimapia is an online editable map - you can describe any place on Earth. Or just surf the map discovering tonns of already marked places
  6. hipsters map Reviews that mention hipster in New York
  7. 1940s New York EXPLORE THE 1943 NEW YORK
  8. Twitter NYC map of nyc twitts
  9. City-Wide GIS
  10. NYC Solar Map The New York City Solar Map is a tool that all New Yorkers can use to learn about the potential for solar on their buildings and across the city. It also provides practical information and steps for installing solar.
  11. NYC DOTMAP PORTAL
  12. ActiveMaps
  13. NYC Broadband Map Find Broadband Availability

TV

  1. FOX New York Local breaking news for New York City including Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island along with Long Island, New Jersey and New York State. The official website for Fox 5/WNYW in NYC
  2. NBC New York Get the latest New York news, weather, traffic, entertainment and health. Get local NY news, NYC breaking news, and national news from NBC New York
  3. CBS New York Home Section News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and the Best of NY
  4. NY1 NY1 News is Time Warner Cable's 24-hour newschannel in New York City, delivering breaking news and features about the five boroughs
  5. ION Television A leading U.S. general entertainment network, ION Televisionэs Positively Entertaining lineup features major cable & broadcast shows, original series and special event programming
  6. PIX 11 New York News, Weather, Entertainment, Transit and More
  7. CUNY TV Independent New York television station CUNY TV has been entertaining and serving city viewers for nearly three decades. The largest university television station in the country, its cable distribution in the city’s five boroughs is enhanced by digital broadcast on Channel 25.3, expanding its reach in the tri-state area to a 35-mile radius from Times Square.
  8. ABC7 New York's source for breaking news and live streaming video online. Covering New York City, New Jersey, Long Island and all of the greater New York Area
  9. NYC Media Through its network of standalone television channels, NYC Media provides public access to the governmental process, and insights into life in a multicultural City.

Top Magazines

  1. The New Yorker The New Yorker is a weekly magazine offering a signature mix of reporting and commentary on politics, international affairs, popular culture and the arts, science and technology, and business, along with fiction, poetry, humor, and cartoons.
  2. Time Out Time Out helps more than 33m people across the globe to make the most of their cities. Here's how we do it...
  3. New York Magazine New York Magazine covers, analyzes, comments on, and defines the news, culture, entertainment, lifestyle, fashion, and personalities that drive New York City. New York Magazine, founded in April 1968, reaches 1.8 million readers each week and is published by New York Media, LLC.
  4. The New York Review of Books With a worldwide circulation of over 135,000, The New York Review of Books has established itself, in Esquire‘s words, as “the premier literary-intellectual magazine in the English language.” The New York Review began during the New York publishing strike of 1963, when its founding editors, Robert Silvers and Barbara Epstein, and their friends, decided to create a new kind of magazine—one in which the most interesting and qualified minds of our time would discuss current books and issues in depth. Just as importantly, it was determined that the Review should be an independent publication; it began life as an independent editorial voice and it remains independent today.
  5. The Brooklyn Rail Founded in October 2000 and currently published monthly with a print circulation of 20,000 and an international online monthly readership of over 500,000, the Brooklyn Rail is committed to providing an independent forum for arts, culture, and politics throughout New York City and beyond.
  6. NY Arts Since its launch in the summer of 1995 as both a web and a hard copy print publication, nyartsmagazine.com (NYAM) has continued to be the fastest growing art portal in New York City, and currently has more than 20 million annual hits. The information is updated daily, and our archives and daily newsletters include 2,000 galleries, 10,800 shows, 40,000 artists, and 35,000 images. Though NYAM’s focus is New York, our mission is to actively promote the understanding and appreciation of contemporary art worldwide by providing easily accessible art information.
  7. City Limits Founded in the midst of New York's fiscal crisis, City Limits exists to inform democracy and equip citizens to create a more just city. The organization is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit funded by foundation support, ad sponsorship and donations from readers.
  8. The L Magazine The L Magazine is a dynamic, comprehensive and free city guide for young New Yorkers. Find music, film, art, events nightlife & more. Put it in your pocket!

Top Radio stations

  1. WBAI Radio WBAI is listener-supported radio. As a member of the Pacifica chain of radio stations, it provides a vast array of original programming to listeners in the Metropolitan New York City region and worldwide on this site.
  2. WABC New York New York's source for breaking news and live streaming video online. Covering New York City, New Jersey, Long Island and all of the greater New York Area.
  3. WFUV Radio WFUV (90.7 FM, wfuv.org), New York’s source for music discovery, is a noncommercial, member-supported public media service of Fordham University for more than 65 years. WFUV has received national recognition for its award-winning weekday format of adult album alternative music, award-winning local news and sports, and a diverse weekend lineup. WFUV’s robust website has extensive audio archives, videos, song playlists, an events calendar, blog and other resources.
  4. The Original FM 89.9 WKCR-FM, Columbia University’s non-commercial student-run radio station, is dedicated to presenting a spectrum of alternative programming—traditional and art music, spoken arts, and original journalism. Granted its FCC license in 1941, WKCR is both steeped in tradition and committed to innovation. In the New York area, the station can be heard at 89.9 megacycles in FM; worldwide, it streams online.
  5. WNYC WNYC 93.9 FM and AM 820 are New York's flagship public radio stations, broadcasting the finest programs from NPR, American Public Media, Public Radio International and the BBC World Service, as well as a wide range of award-winning local programming.
  6. WNYU 89.1 FM New indie rock, electronic, experimental, noise
  7. Radio Disney New York
  8. WHCR 90.3 FM The mission of the WHCR Emergency Broadcast Team (WEBT) is to provide emergency preparedness, mitigation and recovery information and services to the Harlem community.
  9. Q104.3 Q104.3 is New York's Classic Rock radio live from New York City featuring Jim Kerr Rock & Roll Mornings.
  10. Hot 97 Where Hip Hop Lives
  11. Z100 Z100 is New York's #1 Hit Music Station - featuring hit music radio and Elvis Duran, Ryan Seacrest live from New York City
  12. Bloomberg Business Radio Listen to Bloomberg Radio, the free internet radio from the world's most trusted source of financial news and business information
  13. Power 105.1 Power 105.1 FM is New York's Hip-Hop and R&B radio featuring The Breakfast Club live from New York City
  14. WCBS FM 101.1 Home Section New York's Greatest Hits
  15. 95.5 PLJ The station airs a Hot Adult Contemporary music format, and is the home of the The Todd Show morning show.
  16. 106.7 Lite FM 06.7 Lite fm is New York's Best Variety featuring Mainstream AC radio with Bronson and Christine live from NYC
  17. WOR Radio 710 AM New York's News & Talk
  18. AM 570 WMCA Listen to your favorite AM 570 WMCA Christian Teaching and Talk radio programs online, find the latest events, weather, news, articles, and more
  19. WCBS Newsradio 880 WCBS Newsradio 880 is one of America&s most listened to radio stations providing news and information on the AM dial in New York for 45 years.
  20. 1010 WINS 1010 WINS invented all news radio and is the longest-running all news station in the country. For more than 45 years, 1010 WINS has been a news and information utility for the New York metropolitan & News, Sports, Weather, Traffic and the Best of NY
  21. 107.5 WBLS Your #1 Source for R&B
  22. Fresh 102.7 Home Section The Best Variety of the 90’s, 2K and Today
  23. ESPN New York 98.7 FM Get the latest newyork sports teams, scores, stats, news, standings, rumors fantasy games, and more
  24. WBGO Jazz 88.3FM WBGO is a publicly-supported, cultural institution that champions jazz and presents news to a worldwide audience through radio, other technologies and events
  25. Radio New York Turn your dial to 91.5FM for the best in government information, global music, world news, and ethnic programming.
  26. 1190 AM WLIB Your home for gospel, inspiration and information.
  27. 92.3 AMP Radio

Bike

  1. Citi Bike Citi Bike is New York City's bike sharing system. Intended to provide New Yorkers and visitors with an additional transportation option for getting around the city, bike sharing is fun, efficient and convenient.
  2. NYC Century Bike Tour The NYC Century Bike Tour is your ride -- as challenging or relaxing as you choose, but always fun and rewarding
  3. Bike Snob NYC SYSTEMATICALLY AND MERCILESSLY DISASSEMBLING, FLUSHING, GREASING, AND RE-PACKING THE CYCLING CULTURE.
  4. Bike New York Bike New York is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to promote and encourage bicycling and bicycle safety through education, public events, and
  5. Ride the City Ride the City is an application that helps bicyclists find safer routes around cities
  6. NYC Bike Maps New York City's Bike Paths, Bike Lanes & Greenways Mapped
  7. BikeNYC TIPS, EVENTS AND DEALS POWERED BY NYC BICYCLISTS
  8. Bike Share Map Visualisation for bike shares
  9. Bicycle Habitat Bicycle Habitat was founded in New York City in 1978. We have expanded into several storefronts in Soho, but always maintaining our original location on Lafayette Street. In 2010, we also expanded into Park Slope, Brooklyn. Through all these years, our mission stays the same: More people on bikes, more often. We believe all of us on bikes is better for health, for the city, for the environment - and for quality of life.
  10. New York Cycle Club Founded in 1936, New York Cycle Club is the largest such club in the city, an all-volunteer recreational cycling organization that offers its 2,000+ members rides at all pace levels, weekend trips, a nationally recognized spring training program, monthly meetings featuring important speakers in the field, a full calendar of special events, in a friendly environment where you'll meet other, like-minded cycling New Yorkers.
  11. Bike Blog NYC Gotta love it NYC… Kind of like when the cops threw the occupy demonstrator Cecily McMillan into Rikers prison for hurting a cop after she was groped and mangled.
  12. Cyclodeo View cycling routes around the world
  13. WE Bike NYC WE Bike NYC is a community of women who ride bikes! Our goal is to provide a safe space for women to ride together regardless of skill, speed and riding style. Every month we offer a variety of events to get more women on the road including social rides, training rides, mechanics workshops and “field trips.” Rides are open to all women, trans, and gender non-conforming people with a bike!
  14. NYC DOT - Bicycle Maps The New York City Bike Map is an annual free publication of DOT. Over 375,000 will be distributed this year from bicycle shops, libraries, and schools.
  15. MTA Bike & Ride Bicycles are permitted on Subway trains at all times. However, we strongly recommend that cyclists avoid boarding crowded rush hour trains. Be courteous to your fellow passengers by standing with your bike, moving it so others can pass, and not blocking doors. Read all about Subway bike safety and courtesy.

Real Estate

  1. New York YIMBY Saying 'Yes In My Backyard' to new development; covering architecture, construction, and real estate in NYC from a pro-growth perspective.
  2. Curbed NY Curbed's city sites breathe life into real estate and neighborhood news with witty and insightful coverage of the country's most vibrant urban centers. Our editors relentlessly report on sales and rental prices, new developments, neighborhood trends, and celebrity deals.
  3. Brownstoner Brownstoner is the leading site about Brooklyn real estate and renovation, and all the tangential topics that impact life inside and outside the home in Brooklyn; the site also boasts a Marketplace with over 3,000 real estate listings and 250 local businesses. Launched in October 2004 by Jonathan Butler, Brownstoner currently has over 200,000 unique visitors and almost two million pageviews per month. The site has been featured numerous times in publications like The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker and New York Magazine and was honored in 2008 by the Historic Districts Council for its role in preservation. Since 2012, Brownstoner has also offered coverage and listings of the Upstate New York market and in May 2013 Brownstoner Queens was launched to offer comprehensive coverage of the Queens real estate market and built environment.
  4. The Real Deal Considered the bible of New York City real estate, The Real Deal has become mandatory reading for everyone in the industry. Since 2003, TRD has provided up-to-the-minute industry news and in-depth reports and profiles in our 60,000-circulation monthly magazine and on TheRealDeal.com, which receives more than 1 million unique visitors per month. Our content is available across multiple platforms, including a mobile app available to iPhone, iPad and Android users alike.
  5. 6sqft 6sqft is dedicated to delivering the latest on real estate, architecture, and neighborhood news in New York City. We are headquartered in Chelsea, but our illustrious team of writers and editors are reporting from all corners of our vibrant city. 6sqft is published by CityRealty and was founded May 2014.
  6. Real Estate - The New York Times
  7. BuzzBuzzHome At BuzzBuzzHome we are improving the way people research, purchase, and lease new construction homes.
  8. BrickUnderground As New York City's most popular and trusted source of real estate advice, BrickUnderground speaks directly to 250,000 monthly unique visitors seeking solutions to their NYC real-estate and apartment-dwelling needs.
  9. nyc BLOG estate This blog site is designed and published as a consumer service by local real estate broker to help Manhattan, New York City buyers, sellers and renters make informed real estate decisions. This site and its feeds are owned and operated by Mitchell J Hall, a NY State licensed real estate associate broker associated with The Corcoran Group and member of the Real Estate Board of New York.
  10. Real Estate | New York Observer New York City residential and commercial real estate interviews, features, and the latest deals on Manhattan Transfers

Festivals

  1. Governors Ball Music FestivalGovernors Ball Music Festival is a multi-day music festival held on Randall's Island in New York City
  2. New York Comic Con The New York Comic Con is an annual New York City fan convention dedicated to comics, graphic novels, anime, manga, video games, toys, movies, and television. It was first held in 2006.
  3. Tribeca Film Festival The mission of the festival is "to enable the international film community and the general public to experience the power of film by redefining the film festival experience." The Tribeca Film Festival was founded to celebrate New York City as a major filmmaking center and to contribute to the long-term recovery of lower Manhattan.
  4. Catalpa NYC The inaugural Catalpa Festival is striving to be a pioneering New York festival, unique in its programming, atmosphere and aesthetic. With as much an emphasis on site artistry, interactive experiences and experimentation as the musical entertainment itself, Catalpa is filling what we see as a gap for an event quite beyond the ordinary in New York City.
  5. NYC Vegetarian Food Festival The Festival Is Just Around The Corner! Get ready for food samples, chef demos, expert speakers, and all-over good surprises!
  6. Museum Mile Festival Begun as an initiative to spur the development of new museum audiences and to increase support for the arts during the fiscal crisis of the 1970s, Museum Mile was formed as a consortium by the museums that share the Fifth Avenue address. The first festival, held in June of 1978, was an instant success. Not only did it expose New Yorkers and NYC visitors to an incredible collection of New York’s artistic riches, it also brought together disparate New Yorkers. From the barrios of East Harlem and the townhouses lining the Upper East Side, to the winding streets of the Village and the clustered neighborhoods of the outer-boroughs, people came to celebrate their shared pride in their city. Museum Mile Festival promoted public awareness through increased visibility, accessibility and attendance at all the museums, and brought many New Yorkers to upper Fifth Avenue for the first time. - See more at: http://museummilefestival.org/index.php/about/#sthash.1KABFfRG.dpuf
  7. World Science Festival The World Science Festival offers an unparalleled opportunity for an entrepreneurial and creative individual to contribute to a dynamic and growing live events and digital media production organization.
  8. Global Citizen Festival
  9. Electric Zoo Festival The Electric Zoo Festival is an annual electronic music festival held over Labor Day weekend in New York City on Randall's Island. The festival represents all genres of electronic music, bringing top international DJs and live acts from multiple countries along with hometown favorites to four stages.
  10. New York Musical Theatre Festival NYMF exists to ensure the future vitality of America’s greatest art form by providing an affordable way for artists to mount professional productions that reach their peers, industry leaders, and musical theatre audiences, and by serving as the preeminent launching pad for stylistically, thematically, and culturally diverse new musicals.
  11. Afropunk Festival AFROPUNK is an influential community of young, gifted people of all backgrounds who speak through music, art, film, comedy, fashion and more. Originating with the 2003 documentary that highlighted a Black presence in the American punk scene, it is a platform for the alternative and experimental. Remaining at the core of its mission are the punk principles of DIY aesthetics, radical thought and social non-conformity. AFROPUNK is a voice for the unwritten, unwelcome and unheard-of.
  12. CBGB Festival
  13. Dumbo Arts Festival A three day celebration of art on the waterfront.
  14. Rock the Bells Hip Hop Music Festival Hip Hop Music Festival
  15. Mad Decent Block Party
  16. Coney Island Film Festival At the legendary Sideshows By The Seashore and the Coney Island Museum in the historic Brooklyn neighborhood Coney Island, New York!
  17. Celebrate Brooklyn! Celebrate Brooklyn is one of New York City’s longest running, free, outdoor performing arts festivals. Launched in 1979, as a catalyst for Brooklyn’s performing arts scene and to bring people back into Prospect Park after years of neglect, Celebrate Brooklyn has been an anchor in the park’s revitalization and has become one of the city’s foremost summer cultural attractions.
  18. Brooklyn Book Festival The Brooklyn Book Festival is the largest free literary event in New York City, presenting an array of national and international literary stars and emerging authors. One of America’s premier book festivals, this hip, smart diverse gathering attracts thousands of book lovers of all ages to enjoy authors and the festival’s lively literary marketplace.
  19. Imagine Science Film Festival Imagine Science Films is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in existence since 2008 committed to promoting a high-level dialogue between scientists and filmmakers.
  20. CMJ Music Marathon CMJ Music Marathon, 34 years running, is one of the world’s most important platforms for the discovery of new music. Throughout one vital week every October, CMJ features over 1,400 live performances in more than 80 of New York City’s greatest nightclubs and theaters.
  21. NYC Horror Film Festival The New York City Horror Film Festival is presented in memory of its Founder – filmmaker Michael J. Hein and his production company Moodude Films. Michael and Moodude Films will always be highly respected as leading proponents of independent genre films. - See more at: http://nychorrorfest.com/about/#sthash.HHVYOR2J.dpuf
  22. NYC Food Film Festival Taste what you see on the screen
  23. Blue Note Jazz Festival Blue Note Entertainment Group was founded in 1981 by Danny Bensusan with the opening of the legendary Blue Note jazz club in New York's Greenwich Village. The Blue Note quickly became one of the first venues in the country to present jazz in an intimate, upscale setting, and Mr. Bensusan has been credited with revitalizing jazz in New York City. Over the years, legendary jazz musicians such as Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Sarah Vaughan, Lionel Hampton and Ray Charles, as well as contemporary jazz masters Dave Brubeck, Wynton Marsalis, Chick Corea, Keith Jarrett and Chris Botti have all graced the Blue Note stage. Mr. Bensusan led the expansion of the Blue Note brand overseas by spearheading the opening of Blue Note jazz clubs in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan, as well as in Milan, Italy. In celebration of the Blue Note's 30th Anniversary in 2011, Blue Note Entertainment hosted the inaugural Blue Note Jazz Festival which featured over 80 performances in 15 venues throughout New York City during the month of June.
  24. Green Festival At Green Festival®, there is something for everyone interested in living a more sustainable and healthier life.
  25. Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival SINCE ITS INCEPTION IN 2008 BEMF HAS ESTABLISHED ITSELF AS BROOKLYN’S MOST INFLUENTIAL GENRE BENDING MUSIC EVENT BY BRINGING TOGETHER FANS TO CELEBRATE THE CITY’S ELECTRONIC MUSICAL LANDSCAPE PROUDLY FEATURING BOTH EMERGING AND ESTABLISHED ARTISTS FROM THE NEW YORK BOROUGHS AND BEYOND SHARING THE SAME STAGE. BASED IN WILLIAMSBURG, BROOKLYN, THE FESTIVAL SPOTLIGHTS BOTH ESTABLISHED AND EMERGING ELECTRONIC MUSIC TRENDS FROM NICHE SOUNDS AND SCENES TO STALWART REPRESENTATIVES.
  26. Northside Festival The Northside Festival is an annual eight-day summer showcase celebrating emerging "music, film, food, ideas and entrepreneurship" in Brooklyn.
  27. Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival (BHF) is an annual celebration of Hip-Hop music and culture. Historically, it has been organized by Brooklyn Bodega, which was founded in 2006 by Wes Jackson as the online home of the BHF.
  28. The New York Burlesque Festival The New York Burlesque Festival is an annual four-day event that takes place in New York City each fall. The festival premiered in 2003 and was founded by Jen Gapay of Thirsty Girl Productions along with Angie Pontani, Tara Pontani and Helen Pontani of The World Famous Pontani Sisters.
  29. New York Television Festival The NYTVF is a pioneer of the independent television movement, connecting its community of artists with leading networks, studios, agencies, production companies, and brands.
  30. Full Moon
  31. The New Yorker Festival
  32. Under the Radar Festival Over the last 11 years, The Public’s UNDER THE RADAR FESTIVAL has presented over 181 companies from 39 countries. It has grown into a landmark of the New York City theater season and is a vital part of The Public's mission, providing a high-visibility platform to support artists from diverse backgrounds who are redefining the act of making theater. Widely recognized as a premier launching pad for new and cutting-edge performance from the U.S. and abroad, UTR has presented works by such respected artists as Elevator Repair Service, Nature Theater of Oklahoma, Gob Squad, Belarus Free Theatre, and Young Jean Lee. These artists provide a snapshot of theater today: richly distinct in terms of perspectives, aesthetics, and social practice, and pointing to the future of the art form.
  33. globalFEST globalFEST (gF) began in NYC in 2003 as a creatively curated bright spot for global music lovers in the dark days of early January. Over its first decade, gF’s groundbreaking annual 3 stage, 12 band showcase/festival has become one of the most catalytic world music events in North America, coinciding with the Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP’s) annual conference. The premier gateway for emerging and established artists, gF has provided more than one hundred and twenty groups- from around the world and from our own backyard- access to stages across the continent.
  34. Soho International Film Festival SohoFilmFest celebrates cutting-edge digital technology while honoring traditional forms of storytelling, encourages new and seasoned filmmakers from here in New York City and around the world to create and send in their fresh and innovative cinematic pieces. By enticing filmmakers, journalists and cineastes from America and across the globe, we expect to draw audiences to NYC, known for its artistic community and cultural sophistication. It is our way of helping boost the profile, the sense of pride, and the economy of the local community and the city itself.
  35. NYC Popfest In 1996, what started out as a house show with friends bringing together bands that were influenced by music from Factory Records, Sarah Records, Labrador Records and the C86 era turned into one of the most popular indie pop events worldwide. Ten years after that house show, those friends reconvened with new friends bringing together some of the best jangling, fuzzy, twee and indie pop bands across four days in New York.
  36. New York City Honey Festival A weeklong, citywide festival celebrating the honeybee, Honey Week 2014 merges the educational, the entertaining, and the downright delicious. From beekeeping classes to honey-themed dinners, apiary tours to honey tastings, cooking classes to kids' workshops, the festival flits from neighborhood to neighborhood, drawing deep from apicultural traditions and New York City's cultural traditions alike. The week culminates in the fourth annual daylong Honey Fest at Rockaway Boardwalk on Saturday, September 13, a free, family-friendly extravaganza featuring art, food, music, kids’ arts and crafts, the Bee Marketplace, and, of course, honey galore!
  37. NYC Unicycle Festival NYC‘s Unicycle Festival rolls across New York City on Labor Day weekend. Last year‘s festival brought over 300 riders to the Big Apple and hundreds of people tried to ride a unicycle. Even more one wheeling is expected at this year‘s event.
  38. Brooklyn Film Festival The Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF), is an International, competitive festival. BFF mission is to provide a public forum in Brooklyn in order to advance public interest in films and the independent production of films. To draw worldwide attention to Brooklyn as a center for cinema. To encourage the rights of all Brooklyn residents to access and experience the power of independent filmmaking, and to promote artistic excellence and the creative freedom of artists without censure. BFF, inc. is a not-for-profit organization.
  39. Howl Festival East Village has been home to poets, jazz musicians, Vaudeville and Yiddish theatre, artists represented by blue chip galleries and those painting in the subways, rock stars, and performance artists. Building on this tradition and inspired by long time East Village resident Allen Ginsberg's epic poem, the HOWL! Festival was founded in 2003. The mission of HOWL! Festival is to honor, develop, create and produce. With an estimated 100,000 visitors last year, the many performances celebrate local cultural icons and lionize, preserve, and advance the art, history, culture, and counterculture unique to the East Village and Lower East Side.
  40. Fresh Fruit Festival The Fresh Fruit Festival encompasses theater, performance, poetry, comedy, spoken word, music, dance, visual arts and some talents that defy categorization. Artists come from around the city, nation and, indeed, the world. Australia, Canada, Philadelphia, Chicago, Seattle, Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, France, Mauii, Israel, the Philippines, the United Kingdom, and all of New York City’s boroughs and suburbs have been represented.
  41. Harlem Week HARLEM WEEK promotes and celebrates what Harlem was, is and will be! HARLEM WEEK is a series of events throughout the summer, that bring together all age groups and cultures to celebrate the unique and diverse essence of Harlem. This celebration of Harlems offers over 100 events throughout the months of July and August, attracting approximately 2 million attendees from all over New York and the world.
  42. Tinderbox Music Festival Annual music festival showcasing emerging female artists/ female fronted bands and giving back to NYC organizations empowering young women through the arts.
  43. Mostly Mozart Festival New York’s favorite classical summertime tradition: the Mostly Mozart Festival.
  44. Chelsea Film Festival The Chelsea Film Festival (CFF), non-profit organization is an international film festival, enlightening the work of emerging filmmakers, producers and actors. It offers a wide range of films, such as documentaries and feature-lengths, focusing on the theme of “Global Issues”. - See more at: http://chelseafilm.org/#sthash.8lGwOMxe.dpuf
  45. Lincoln Center Festival Lincoln Center Festival began with the idea of expanding the possibilities presented at Lincoln Center and bringing to audiences something that they could not see elsewhere. This is a challenging goal in a city as culturally rich as New York, and the result has been an eclectic mix of artists and productions representing over 50 countries as of Festival 2014. Central to the Festival has been an effort to look outside the Western European canon, to broaden notions of classicism by presenting classical works from other parts of the world. And, of course, the theaters of Lincoln Center have been our main stages, although on occasion we have presented performances elsewhere, notably at the Gerald Lynch Theater at John Jay College and at the Park Avenue Armory.
  46. Downtown Music Festival New York The Lower East Side’s music cup runneth over as Downtown Records brings a second year of the Downtown Music Festival
  47. New York City Food Truck Festival Food trucks, BBQ, Champagne Brunch Cruises, Wine Festivals, Food Tasting Charity Events, Seafood Boils….all part of the NYC food scene
  48. M.E.A.N.Y Fest 7 Crown Media ---we're Music, models & entertainment! producing M.E.A.N.Y. FEST--Musicians & Emerging Artists New York---Join the Revolution!
  49. New York Jewish Film Festival The New York Jewish Film Festival (NYJFF) is an annual festival that features a wide array of international films exploring themes related to the Jewish experience. The Jewish Museum and The Film Society of Lincoln Center work in partnership to present the NYJFF every January.
  50. SummerStage NYC SummerStage Festival is a free, outdoor festival of the arts held each year at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park
  51. Ecstatic Music Festival Kaufman Music Center’s Ecstatic Music Festival returns for a fifth season of one-night-only performances bringing together artists from across the sonic spectrum.
  52. Queens New Music Festival
  53. Sweet Spot Festival The Sweet Spot Festival is a FREE family friendly event series, bringing Harlem’s increasingly diverse community together to celebrate it’s rich historical legacy. Its purpose is to promote music,culture, art, and commerce. Here you will find an eclectic range of musicians, DJ’s, performance & visual artists, a mouth watering array of food & dessert vendors, kids activities, workshops and to-die-for vintage & jewelry selections.
  54. New York City International Film Festival New York City International Film Festival has a well earned reputation, nationally and internationally, as one of the most respected events of the film festival year. The organization is committed to bringing the best of the world's cinematography to New York City and to provide a platform for talented domestic and international filmmakers to showcase their work. As a filmmaker, I’ve had the opportunity to attend the Cannes Film Festival. I was incredibly impressed with the organization, as well as quality and glamour of the festival; they had an immense respect for the film community. I created NYCIFF with the purpose of giving filmmakers a high profile platform in the states to showcase their work to a vast and diverse audience. NYCIFF is in the business of theatrical film distribution. Through its annual black tie festival, as well as anxiously anticipated screenings throughout the year, NYCIFF connects with a loyal and discerning New York fan base. This commitment to excellence from Founder, differentiates NYCIFF from any other film organization. With distribution of films more difficult than ever, the NYCIFF’s mission catapults relationships with some of the most innovative and cutting edge filmmakers from around the world.
  55. New York Downtown Jazz Festival
  56. Make Music New York Make Music New York Inc. is a NYC-based nonprofit that organizes two annual, participatory musical celebrations: Make Music New York on June 21st, the summer solstice, and Make Music Winter on December 21st, the winter solstice.

Parades

  1. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is an annual parade presented by the U.S.-based retail store chain Macy's.
  2. St. Patrick's Day Parade The New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade is our country’s oldest and proudest Irish tradition, marching for the first time more than 250 years ago, on March 17, 1762 - fourteen years before the Declaration of Independence.
  3. Coney Island Mermaid Parade Coney Island USA exists to defend the honor of American popular culture through innovative exhibitions and performances. Presenting and producing exciting new works, our approach is rooted in mass culture and the traditions of P.T. Barnum, dime museums, burlesque, circus sideshows, vaudeville, and Coney Island itself. Preserving and championing a set of uniquely American visual and performing art forms, we seek to create an international forum for cultural preservation and discourse, and where Coney Island represents these impulses, we strive to make it once again a center for live art and entrepreneurial spirit. - See more at: http://www.coneyisland.com/about-coney-island-usa#sthash.IDlA63aL.dpuf
  4. Village Halloween Parade Started by Greenwich Village mask maker and puppeteer Ralph Lee in 1974, the Parade began as a walk from house to house in his neighborhood for his children and their friends. After the second year of this local promenade, Theater for the New City stepped in and produced the event on a larger scale as part of their City in the Streets program. That year the Parade went through many more streets in Greenwich Village and attracted larger participation because of the involvement of the Theater.
  5. NYC Pride Week Heritage of Pride works toward a future without discrimination where all people have equal rights under the law. We do this by producing LGBT Pride events that inspire, educate, commemorate and celebrate our diverse community.
  6. Dance parade To promote dance as an expressive and unifying art form by showcasing all forms of dance, educating the general public about the opportunities to experience dance, and celebrating diversity of dance in New York City by sponsoring a yearly city-wide dance parade and dance festival. -
  7. Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade & Festival New York City hosts a number of celebrations for Chinese New Year. Here are listings and advice for attending the parade, firecracker ceremony and other celebrations of the Lunar New Year in New York City.

Sports

  1. New York Yankees The New York Yankees are an American professional baseball team based in the Bronx borough of New York City that competes in Major League Baseball (MLB) in the American League's (AL) East Division.
  2. Brooklyn Nets The Brooklyn Nets are an American professional basketball franchise based in Brooklyn, New York, a borough of New York City. They are a member of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA), as well as an original member of the American Basketball Association (ABA).
  3. New York Mets The New York Mets are an American professional baseball team based in the borough of Queens, New York. They play in Major League Baseball's National League (NL) East Division.
  4. New York Red Bulls The New York Red Bulls are an American professional soccer team based in Harrison, New Jersey. The team competes in the Eastern Conference of Major League Soccer (MLS).
  5. New York Knicks The New York Knickerbockers,[1] commonly referred to as the Knicks, are a professional basketball team based in New York City, New York. The Knicks are part of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
  6. New York Giants The New York Giants are a professional American football team located in the New York metropolitan area. The Giants are currently members of the East Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL).
  7. New Jersey Devils The New Jersey Devils are a professional hockey team based in Newark, New Jersey, that competes in the National Hockey League (NHL).
  8. New York Jets The New York Jets are a professional American football team located in the New York metropolitan area. The team is a member of the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL).
  9. New York Islanders The New York Islanders are a professional ice hockey team based in Uniondale, New York. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL).
  10. New York City FC New York City Football Club is an upcoming American professional soccer team based in New York City that will compete in Major League Soccer (MLS).

For Tourist

  1. The Official New York City Guide is the Official Guide to NYC.
  2. Official New York Pass® Sightseeing with NY Pass
  3. NYC.com The authentic source for the city that never sleeps.
  4. NY State Travel Winery tours, brewery tours, ski trips, events and more
  5. NewYork.com NewYork.com is the center of everything New York. We are your resource and guide for NYC entertainment, travel, information and tips for NY locals and visitors.
  6. Lonely Planet Epicenter of the arts. Dining and shopping capital. Trendsetter. New York City wears many crowns, and spreads an irresistible feast for all.
  7. NYC Tourist
  8. Real New York Tours Let's face it, New York tours are only as good as their tour guides. Real New York Tours gives people the opportunity to see the city through the eyes of real New Yorkers. Real New York Tours explores the history, the cracks and crevices, the side streets, and culture of real New York City neighborhoods. We will ride the New York subway, pound the pavement, and meet the people who have become the fabric of this great city. Together we will feel the electricity that drives everyday New Yorkers.
  9. New York City Vacation Packages New York City Vacation Packages (NYCVP) is the only major independent tour company devoted exclusively to New York City travel planning.
  10. New York City Travel Guids Planning a vacation is always fun, but in a place like New York City, with SO MUCH to see, do, tour, shop and eat – you want to make sure to do everything you can during your New York City Vacation.
  11. New York City travel guide - Wikitravel Open source travel guide to New York City, featuring up-to-date information on attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips and more. Free and reliable advice written by Wikitravellers from around the globe.
  12. NYC.gov - Visitors Experiencing all the excitement the Big Apple has to offer.
  13. All New York Tours All New York Tours offers New York City sightseeing tours, New York helicopter tours, NYC city tours, Statue of Liberty tours, Niagara Falls air tours, New York bus tours.
  14. Top 25 New York City Tours Our picks for the best tours of New York City.
  15. New York (USA) | Travelogx

Plans

  1. PlaNYC Originally released in 2007, PlaNYC is a groundbreaking effort to address New York City’s long-term challenges including the forecast of 9.1 million residents by 2030, changing climate conditions, an evolving economy, and aging infrastructure. Over 25 City agencies and many outside partners in academic, business, civic, and community roles convened to outline specific goals (like 30 percent carbon reduction by 2030), initiatives, and milestones that address these challenges and ensure quality of life for New Yorkers in the years to come. The Mayor’s Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability (OLTPS) oversees the development of PlaNYC and now shares responsibility with the Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency (ORR) for ensuring its implementation. These offices will develop plan updates every four years and provide annual progress reports. This ensures perspective and accountability that extends beyond any one mayoral administration and allows for new ideas and circumstances to shape the plan.
  2. MillionTrees NYC MillionTreesNYC, one of the 132 PlaNYC initiatives, is a citywide, public-private program with an ambitious goal: to plant and care for one million new trees across the City's five boroughs over the next decade.
  3. NYC Housing Plan xxxxx
  4. Vision Zero This is a plan to create 200,000 units of affordable housing over 10 years.
  5. The NYC Comprehensive Waterfront Plan Vision 2020, led by the Department of City Planning, is the culmination of a year-long, participatory planning process involving multiple agencies and organizations and input from New Yorkers in every borough. Building on the City's success in opening up to the public miles of shoreline that had been inaccessible for decades, and supporting expansion of the maritime industry, Vision 2020 sets the stage for expanded use of our waterfront for parks, housing and economic development, and our waterways for transportation, recreation and natural habitats. The 10-year plan lays out a vision for the future with new citywide policies and site-specific recommendations.
  6. Brooklyn Tech Triangle The Brooklyn Tech Triangle (DUMBO, Downtown Brooklyn, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard) has become a magnet for the world’s pioneering, energetic, and creative entrepreneurs and has emerged as the City’s largest cluster of tech activity outside of Manhattan, with nearly 10% of the sector calling this area home.
  7. Rockaway Parks Conceptual Plan The City of New York is pleased to present the Rockaway Parks Conceptual Plan. This plan highlights our park and open space goals in the wake of Hurricane Sandy: to replace facilities lost from the storm, improve existing parks across the Rockaway Peninsula and Broad Channel, and create a long-term vision that integrates resiliency and enhances community protection.
  8. Pre-K for All

Instagram

  1. HereFeed New York City HereFeed shows real-time heatmaps of cities, letting you see what's happening right now around you. It is powered by Instagram, all likes/comments/follows are relayed to Instagram.
  2. Humans of New York New York City, one story at a time.
  3. NYonAir New York on Air is a global aerial content company. Our team is dedicated to bring you never before seen aerial imagery!
  4. newyorkcity New York is not a city, it's a world.
  5. kat irlin russian.nyc
  6. nyc We met in NYC and instantly fell in love.
  7. takinyerphoto Anthony Danielle
  8. newyork Views Of New York Via SmartPhones. Snapshots with Sony Xperia Z1s, Samsung Galaxy S4, Nokia (Microsoft) Lumia 1020, Amazon FirePhone & Apple iPhone 5.
  9. Fashion Grandpas Fashion Grandpas
  10. Kevin Lu Kevin Lu I make squares with my iPhone
  11. _gabrielflores
  12. misshattan
  13. Lost In Thought "I'm an ambivert-more introverted than extroverted but with some extraordinarily well-developed faking skills."
  14. sittingingodspalm Joe D'Amelio 3rd
  15. Rob Ceos Rob Ceos
  16. travelinglens Vivienne Gucwa
  17. sashadavidov Sasha
  18. underground_nyc Creating visuals underneath the greatest city
  19. empirestatebldg The official Instagram account of the world-famous #EmpireStateBuilding.
  20. SunOfGram Fliicks photo-taker
  21. Dave Krugman Dave Krugman
  22. samthecobra Sam Morrison
  23. cxcart ~CHRISTIAN-XAVIER~ ~My playground is NEW YORK CITY!~
  24. jmsuarez_ Jonathan
  25. karim.mustafa Karim Mustafa
  26. lastsuspect Jason Bourne
  27. stace_a_lace Stacey Baker
  28. highlinenyc A glimpse of park life on the High Line
  29. wrongrob
  30. instagramnyc Instagram NYC
  31. gmp3 Gerry
  32. stevesweatpants brooklyn's in my blood full time du-rag model/photographer
  33. sean___p
  34. sylviosandino Sylviø Sandinø
  35. mamudsny Mar
  36. Alberto Reyes Alberto Reyes
  37. Brandon St.Martin BRANDON ST.MARTIN

Startups

  1. Digital.NYC Digital.NYC is the official online hub of the New York City digital and technology ecosystem, bringing together every company, investor, event, job, class, blog, video, workspace, accelerator, incubator, resource and organization in the five boroughs. It is the result of a unique public/private partnership between the office of Mayor Bill de Blasio, the New York City Economic Development Corporation, IBM, Gust, and over a dozen leading NYC-based technology and media companies.
  2. We Are Made In NY New York City is home to the most innovative creators in the world. The “Made in NY” initiative and logo represents New York City’s efforts to support these creators in the fields of film and television production, the digital and startup industry, and theatrical production. It also serves to celebrate NYC’s evolving media, entertainment and technology industries via the marketing efforts, educational and workforce development programs.
  3. Made in NY List A collection of internet companies made with ♥ in NYC
  4. New York City Startups - AngelList Browse 7,808 New York City startups, 18,108 New York City angel investors
  5. The New York City tech ecosystem (pdf)
  6. NY TechDay TechDay is a massive science fair for startups. Our 400+ exhibitors have the opportunity to show off their companies to thousands of consumers, the highest caliber investors, hordes of press, the most sought after talent, and the greatest pool of tech enthusiasts looking to celebrate emerging venture.
  7. New Tech City info
  8. New York's Design Economy Center for an Urban Future's report finds that the city has become far and away the nation’s design capital.

Youtube

  1. cunytv75 CUNY TV, the noncommercial cable television station of the City University of New York, is the largest public university television station in the U.S. Our mission is to extend the educational activities within the University beyond its 23 campuses to all New Yorkers, and to reflect the diverse needs and opinions of its faculty and students. Established in 1985, the station is carried in the five boroughs of New York, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  2. THIRTEEN New York's flagship PBS station & public media provider. Parent company of public TV stations THIRTEEN, NJTV and WLIW21 and the new multi-platform news and culture magazine MetroFocus. Manager of NYC-ARTS, a multi-platform guide to the arts.
  3. New York City - Topic
  4. No Your City In a city of over 8 million people, it is impossible to walk the streets without running into interesting New Yorkers with unique relationships to the city. Whether it is Don Ward, the best shoe-shiner in Manhattan or Te'Devan the 6'7" Nomadic-Jewish-Healing-Freestyler. Everyone has a story that is worth hearing, but unfortunately most of them go unheard. New York City is the busiest place on earth and it is rare for someone to take a few minutes out of their schedule to stop and chat with a fellow New Yorker.
  5. QUEENSNY121 On this channel I focus on construction of 1 World Trade Center and what it looks like from a a distance at different angles. Also on some video's I am in the city, Brooklyn and elsewhere. I also have some video that are non-construction skyscraper related, plus other new skyscraper projects.
  6. NYC Media NYC Media is the official TV, radio and online network of New York City, informing, educating and entertaining New Yorkers about the City's diverse people and neighborhoods, government, services, attractions and activities.
  7. Love Taza a little place for videos from Love Taza!
  8. NYC DOT Providing for the safe, efficient and sustainable movement of people and goods, in order to enhance the economy and quality of life in NYC.
  9. NYC Mayor's Office Updates from the Administration of Bill de Blasio, New York City's 109th Mayor. As mayor, Bill is committed to making sure every child gets a great education, protecting our streets and our communities, and building a city where New Yorkers from all five boroughs can start businesses, raise their families, and afford to live in their own neighborhoods.
  10. NYC Parks New York City Department of Parks & Recreation is the steward of nearly 20 percent of New York City's land, including thousands of individual properties ranging from Coney Island Beach and Central Park to community gardens and Greenstreets. We operate athletic fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, public pools, recreational facilities, nature centers, golf courses, and beaches throughout the five boroughs. We also care for monuments and historic house museums and look after hundreds of thousands of street trees (even more within parks).
  11. TheGeoffMan

NYC For Dogs

  1. Dogs of NYC | Map Explore New York City's dog names and breeds by area, down to the zip code. Label size roughly corresponds with number of dogs with name in that area.
  2. Adoptable Dogs These dogs are available for adoption from the ASPCA Adoption Center at 424 E. 92nd St. in New York City.
  3. Animal Care and Control of NYC Animal Care & Control of NYC (AC&C) is one of the largest animal welfare organizations in the country, taking in approximately 30,000 animals each year. We are different from other rescue organizations because we never turn away any homeless, abandoned, injured or sick animal in need, including cats, dogs, rabbits, small mammals, reptiles, birds, farm animals and wildlife. AC&C is the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit in NYC with this unique responsibility.
  4. Foster Dogs NYC Foster Dogs NYC is a motivated group of media-savvy dog lovers; we are working tirelessly to make our organization more beneficial to the NYC community than ever before.
  5. Dog Licensing New York State law requires that all dog owners license their dogs, and the New York City Health Code requires that dog owners attach the license tag to their dog’s collars while in public. Dog owners may be fined for violation of these laws.
  6. Dog-friendly Areas You and your dog are welcome in New York City parks! There are numerous opportunities to enjoy the outdoors with your dog. Just remember to be safe, obey the rules, and respect the park and others.
  7. pets classifieds - craigslist
  8. Pet Taxi New York City We offer the most effective, affordable and professional pet transportation alternative in New York.

For IPhone

  1. NYC 311 311 is New York City's one-stop shop for all government information and non-emergency services.
  2. Embark | Mass Transit Made Simple We make free, fast, and simple mobile apps for mass transit riders worldwide.
  3. Uber best taxi
  4. HopStop HopStop is the only transit app you'll ever need! Get detailed subway, bus, train, taxi, walking and biking directions, real-time transit information via HopStop Live!
  5. SitOrSquat Need to go, on the go? SitOrSquat by Charmin can help you find public restrooms near you or where you’re planning to travel. Install SitOrSquat and search, view, rate and add public restrooms to help you, your family and others enjoy the go, on the go.
  6. MTA Subway Time MTA Subway Time gives you real-time train arrival information for selected routes of the New York City subway system. Knowing exactly when your train will arrive will reduce the time you spend waiting on the subway platform, and let you know of any service delays or reroutes before you pay your fare.
  7. iTrans The ultimate NYC transit app, featuring realtime arrival info plus subway and bus directions, service advisories, timetables, push alerts, walking maps, and station entrance/exit data.
  8. NYTimes The Scoop NYC The Scoop is a guide to New York City from the editors of The New York Times. We share our favorite restaurants, bars, coffee shops, performances and day trips. You go out and have fun. Check off the places you’ve been, and share what you’ve done with friends.
  9. Citysearch Let our Expert Citysearch Scouts across the country show you the best, newest and coolest local businesses in your city. We promise our all-new, bold design and layout will help you improve your looks, personality, and city searching experience.
  10. Get There By Bike The most complete app for the urban cyclist and bike commuter*
  11. MyCityWay A FREE, personalized city guide covering 30+ different categories deemed essential for anyone living or traveling in NYC
  12. Central Park Seeing Central Park - The Insider’s Guide
  13. NY Waterway This app allows users to purchase NY Waterway tickets paper-free from any location and use their phone as a ticket.
  14. Exit Strategy NYC Subway Map CONGRATULATIONS, you've found it -- the best NYC subway app! Exit Strategy NYC features the official MTA subway, bus, and street maps. PLUS comprehensive 'exit strategies' for each subway station that LITERALLY shave minutes off every trip. It's an unbeatable combination...and all cheaper than a roundtrip subway ride!
  15. New York City Essential Guide NYC made EASY! Take juicy bites of the Big Apple with this original guide that highlights New York’s overwhelming options with 400 core attractions and hidden gems from must-see museums to the most delicious delis.
  16. Real Pizza of New York Come find the best pizza in New York (and New Jersey) with the Real Pizza of New York app.
  17. Downtown NYC The Downtown Alliance is the official app of the Downtown Culture Pass, which offers visitors to Lower Manhattan significant discounted access to more than 12 cultural attractions including museums and tours all within walking distance of each other.
  18. NYC SampleSales NYC SampleSales informs the user about dozens of sample sales in NYC and is one of the first APP's to feauture Apple's newest location awareness technology. While walking the NYC streets the user is alerted when in a 1 mile range of a sample sale.
  19. New York City Compass NYC Compass is a minimal compass calibrated on the Manhattan deviation from the true magnetic north, and inspired by the famous Beatles t-shirt designed by the dutch design studio Experimental Jetset in 2001
  20. New York City on the Cheap New York City is the most exciting place in the world, but it doesn't have to be the most expensive.
  21. CabSense CabSense shows which street corners in New York City are best for catching a taxi cab.

Documentaries

  1. (BEST) New York: A Documentary Film online
  2. Manhatta (1921) online A portrait of New York by painter Charles Sheeler and photographer Paul Strand. The title cards show quotes from Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass".
  3. Adventure in the Bronx (1941)
  4. On the Bowery (1956) The Bowery is a neighborhood in New York City populated largely by the down and out, and largely by transients. Those that can work generally can only find short term employment on a day to day basis, their daily earnings which primarily go into booze. Those that can't or won't work generally sponge off whoever they can, especially for that next drink.
  5. 80 Blocks from Tiffany's (1979) online A video in an occasional series. 80 Blocks From Tiffany's by Director Gary Weis and Writer John Bradshaw from the movie of the same name for the production company Above Average Productions Inc. from 1979.
  6. Brooklyn Bridge (1981) This documentary chronicles the world-famous Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. The difficult construction process is described in interesting detail; later parts of the film interview current notables who describe the effects that the Brooklyn Bridge has had upon New York society and beyond.
  7. Close Harmony (1981) A chorus of 4th- and 5th-graders at the Brooklyn Friends School and a chorus of elderly retirees at a Brooklyn Jewish seniors' center combine to give an annual joint concert. Practicing separately for several months while communicating only as pen pals, they eventually meet for a rehearsal prior to their concert. The children's various preconceptions about older people, as well as the seniors' approach to aging and their young co-performers, are a principal focus.
  8. Central Park (1990)
  9. Paris Is Burning (1990) online Paris Is Burning is a 1990 documentary film directed by Jennie Livingston. Filmed in the mid-to-late 1980s, it chronicles the ball culture of New York City and the African American, Latino, gay and transgender communities involved in it.
  10. The Cruise (1998) Affectionate portrait of Tim "Speed" Levitch, a tour guide for Manhattan's Gray Line double-decker buses. He talks fast, is in love with the city, and dispenses historical facts, architectural analysis, and philosophical musings in equal measures.
  11. Dark Days ( 2000) A cinematic portrait of the homeless population who live permanently in the underground tunnels of New York City.
  12. The Collector of Bedford Street (2002)
  13. West 47th Street (2003) online This warm and intimate cinéma vérité documentary film follows four people with mental illness, off the streets and out of homeless shelters, in and out of the hospital, at home and at work, over three years.
  14. City of Water (2007)
  15. Man on Wire (2008) A look at tightrope walker Philippe Petit's daring, but illegal, high-wire routine performed between New York City's World Trade Center's twin towers in 1974, what some consider, "the artistic crime of the century."
  16. Chelsea on the Rocks (2008) Chelsea on the Rocks celebrates the personalities and artistic voices that have emerged from the legendary residence, the Chelsea Hotel, in the heart of New York.
  17. LENNONYC (2010) A look at the period of time musician John Lennon and his family spent living in New York City during the 1970s.
  18. Battle for Brooklyn (2011) 'Battle for Brooklyn' follows the story of reluctant activist Daniel Goldstein as he struggles to save his home and community from being demolished to make way for the densest real estate development in U.S. history. Along the way, he falls in love, gets married and starts a family while living in an abandoned building located at the heart of the project site. Over the course of seven years, Daniel and his community fight tenaciously in the courts, the streets, and the media to stop the abuse of eminent domain and reveal the corruption at the heart of the plan.
  19. Drivers Wanted (2012) An impossibly eclectic community behind the doors of a taxi garage in Queens.
  20. Koch (2012) A documentary on Ed Koch, the mayor of New York City from 1978 to 1989.

Others

  1. 60 Things You Probably Didn't Know About New York City Basically, you’re always walking over thousands of dead bodies.
  2. 47 Reasons To Love Living In New York City I took these photos to show the best things about the city don’t cost anything at all (you know, except for the waffle.)
  3. Club Free Time free things to do in New York City
  4. INEQUALITY AND NEW YORK’S SUBWAY New York City has a problem with income inequality. And it’s getting worse—the top of the spectrum is gaining and the bottom is losing. Along individual subway lines, earnings range from poverty to considerable wealth. The interactive infographic here charts these shifts, using data on median household income, from the U.S. Census Bureau, for census tracts with subway stations.
  5. Best Hospitals in New York, New York - US News Best Hospitals Of all 180 hospitals in the New York, New York metropolitan area, the 53 listed below are the top-ranking. This metro area, also called NYC, includes Long Island, Westchester County, and northern New Jersey.
  6. New York City Skyscraper Diagram Only highrise buildings that have a drawing are shown, ordered by official height. Includes buildings of built, under-construction and proposed status.
  7. Walking Manhattan In October 2013 I had an idea (it turned out not to be an original idea, but hey, what are you gonna do?). I thought it would be fun to walk every street on the island of Manhattan and take some pictures along the way. A quick Google consultation tells me that this is a 508 mile proposition, which actually doesn't seem that daunting. Here it goes.
  8. Real Estate Aerial 360 Virtual
  9. NYC Subway Resources All about the New York City Subway- maps, photos, history, and more.
  10. New York City Ballet One of the foremost dance companies in the world, with a roster of 100 extraordinary dancers and an unparalleled repertory, NYCB is committed to promoting creative excellence and nurturing a new generation of dancers, choreographers and audiences.
  11. New York ZIP code map Choose from the primary or acceptable cities when mailing your package or letter. Primary city: New York, NY
  12. NYC Open Data
  13. Clubs in New York
  14. New York Architecture Images
  15. 30 Heartwarming Vintage Photographs of New York City New York can rightly be called one of the most beautiful cities on earth. Every one of you would like to visit the busy city and especially for photographers it is not less than a paradise to take a dream shot. But our today’s post is not to show you the modernity of the New York City. In the post below you will find some of the most beautiful Vintage Photographs of New York City to honor the legacy of your dream city.
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