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Can Studio 54 founder Ian Schrager make Times Square cool again?

JUST A few months ago, Vice News published a story with a provocative headline: “The Coolest Place to Get a Drink in Midtown Manhattan Is the New Taco Bell.”

Investors most bullish on US Treasuries since September 2016 — survey

NEW YORK — Bond investors were the most bullish about owning US longer-dated government debt since September 2016, a couple of months before Donald Trump was elected US president, a J.P. Morgan survey showed on Tuesday.

Calvin Klein to close New York flagship store as brand shifts...

CALVIN KLEIN is closing its Madison Avenue flagship store in New York this spring as the fashion label shakes up its strategy.

To find New York’s most innovative sushi bar, go to a...

NEW YORK — When you walk into the foyer of Hotel 3232 in Midtown Manhattan and give the desk attendant your name, that person will hand you a plastic keycard.

The new Momofuku is in Columbus Circle. Don’t tell David Chang

SINCE HE opened his first Momofuku Noodle Bar in a no-frills East Village storefront in 2004, David Chang has become renowned as a chef who shakes things up.

Michelin awards stars to 76 NYC restaurants

MICHELIN handed out its coveted stars to 76 restaurants in New York City in its 2019 guide on Tuesday, four more than last year, boosting the Big Apple’s reputation as a global destination for its diverse and innovative culinary offerings.

Dining bargains abound on NYC ‘cheap eats’ list

LAST WEEK, Michelin released the 14th edition of its Bib Gourmand list for New York — also known as the acclaimed guide’s “cheap eats” list. The five boroughs scored 129 restaurants, including 27 new spots. That compares with last year’s 127 Bib Gourmands and only 14 new spots, which means a lot of places were taken off the list because they either closed, weren’t worthy, or moved up to Michelin-star status.

A New York City outpost

A CITY can mean many different things to many people. What is important though, is how you see the city; and how it enriches you, and how you honor it, in turn.

Fishing for your food at New York’s wild new seafood restaurant

YOUR ODDS of catching a big striped bass for dinner in New York City are not especially high. A pier in Brooklyn, close to the Williamsburg J.Crew, probably offers the best chance. Your next step is to find someone to clean and cook it for you.

Matti’s BuyBust leads PHL contingent at NYAFF

ERIK MATTI’s BuyBust (2018) and On the Job (2013) are to be screened this week at the ongoing New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF). They and four others make up the largest lineup of Filipino films in the festival since 2013, according to the festival’s website.

Tiaras but few tantrums at NY’s Heavenly Bodies

New York — Think embroidered papal mantles inspiring a John Galliano masterpiece for Dior, Joan of Arc armor refashioned as sexualized corsetry by Jean...

New York auction houses get set for an ‘extraordinary season’

NEW YORK — Six months after selling a Leonardo da Vinci for half a billion dollars, New York art auction season is back, gearing...

New York’s Met Opera to stage opera for toddlers

NEW YORK — The Metropolitan Opera of New York is wooing a younger audience — make that very, very young. It is putting on an...

New York sues Weinstein Co. and Harvey Weinstein over sexual misconduct

NEW YORK — New York’s attorney general sued the Weinstein Company and Harvey Weinstein on Sunday alleging years of sexual harassment and misconduct by...

NY start-up unleashes big data on art investing

HEDGE funds and some of the world’s biggest banks have embraced the predictive properties of machine learning to spot patterns and guide their investment...

No Filipinos injured in NY attack; PHL sends condolences

THE PHILIPPINES, through the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), expressed its condolences following the terror attack in New York City on Oct. 31 involving...

17 global restaurant openings to get excited about

IF THERE’S a prime time for restaurants in the northern hemisphere, it’s autumn. Following a slow summer season, chefs and restaurateurs – not to...

How New York’s High Line park got art instead of money...

THE PITCH was something about supporting garbage removal on the High Line. Instead, Donald Mullen said he’d pay for art and a curator. More than...

NY Fashion Week: top 10 trends

NEW YORK -- New York Fashion Week wrapped last Wednesday in an explosion of glowing colors, greater in-roads into diversity, designers still pondering the...

Clothing takes a back seat to self-promotion at NY Fashion Week

AT 6 P.M. last Tuesday, for one of the final shows of New York Fashion Week, a throng of photographers and a file of...

29Rooms, the exhibition created for social media

NEW YORK – Visitors were touching the art, wearing it and even jumping on it at the popular immersive exhibition 29Rooms held in a...

Picnic, New York style

Guest Eric Strauss attends the annual New York City Diner en Blanc, August 22, 2017 held this year at the plaza at Lincoln Center. The...

New York exhibit celebrates Muppets creator Jim Henson

NEW YORK -- A new exhibit featuring the work of Muppets creator Jim Henson went on permanent display in New York City on Saturday...

Humorous ads targeting Muslim stereotypes debut on NY subway

HUMOROUS ADS for a documentary film that aims to promote understanding and tolerance of Muslims went up in New York subways on Monday after...

Genes show why bedbugs are tough suckers to kill

PARIS, FRANCE — Bedbugs, the notorious bloodthirsty critters which tormented the residents of New York City some years ago, have become genetically wired to...

Amazon pulls Nazi ads over New York backlash

NEW YORK -- It’s the land of the free, and Americans don’t like Nazi insignia laid over the stars and stripes. Nor do they...

The giants of New York

New York's 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential building in the world, has been compared by the chattering classes to a matchstick, a dried...