NYC Marathon Health and Wellness Expo

As thousands of people around the world prepare for the 40th Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) New York City marathon, many gathered for the marathon’s Health and Wellness Expo at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Thirty-four-year-old Ania, who… Read More

Volunteers Prepare for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

It’s almost time for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, but before the event takes place, the large balloons did a test run in the parking lot of Citi Field. Hundreds of volunteers spent hours walking the balloons around… Read More

Walkers Raise Funds to Find a Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease

An energetic and cheerful crowd participated in the 30th annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s at South Street Seaports on Saturday. People came together to show their support to find a cure to the Alzheimer’s Disease. Almost every walker… Read More

Conference on Incarceration Puts a Spotlight on the Wrongfully Convicted

Alan Newton, a man who spent 22 years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit, shared his story of survival as part of a conference designed to help the wrongfully convicted and others caught up in the… Read More

Farm Festival Raises Funds for School That Promotes Educational and Economic Equality

The Manhattan Country School hosted its fifth annual Farm Festival to help raise funds for tuition costs.

Fun and Fundraising: Esty Craft Fair Raises Money for School

Etsy’s annual “Crafts in Chelsea” fair raised money for an elementary school.

Marco Polo Parade Showcases a Mix of Cultures

New Yorkers from Chinese-American and Italian-American communities participated in the eighth annual Marco Polo Festival.

Discovery Museum opens Star Wars costumes exhibit

Discovery Times Square debuted the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition “Star Wars and The Power of Costume: The Exhibition” on Saturday. Debuting just weeks before the highly anticipated “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” movie, the exhibition linked all of the… Read More

Farming advocates fundraise for Project Farmhouse

A non-profit organization which host the farmer’s market in Union Square kicked off a fundraiser on Saturday which will bring awareness to their new initiation of going green. GrowNYC set up an orange arch made of recycled cans… Read More

14th annual Holiday Train Show at Grand Central Terminal

The 14th annual Holiday Train Show at Grand Central Terminal kicked off Saturday showcasing a model railroad exhibition. Dozens flocked to the New York Transit Museum, housed inside the transportation hub, to get a look at the popular… Read More

Kids in New York Honor Veterans

New York-area Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts polished a war memorial monument in Madison Square Park ahead of Veterans Day to honor military personnel. The kids were ecstatic as a NYFD fireman helped them use a firehose… Read More

U.S. release of Yo-Kai video game promoted at Nintendo World, NYC

Fans packed the Nintendo Store in Rockefeller Center for the U.S. release of Yo-Kai, a video game already popular in Japan.

ChickTech kicks off technology workshop for girls

Oregon-based program offered free workshops at Pace University for high school girls interested in technology.

New Yorkers run for causes, organizations, charities and family members

The marathon has grown for more than 40 years as all five boroughs have come together and run together.

Little Bits-where technology and creative minds meet

By Chloe Shand New York- Kids can now add dramatic flair to their Halloween costumes by using electronic building blocks called littleBits. LittleBits is a platform of easy-to-use electronic building blocks for creating inventions large and small.  Today children of all ages… Read More

Mets Fans Get Ready For Game Four

The New York Mets haven’t won a World Series since 1986 and haven’t been in more than a decade, so there is plenty of excitement as they try to win a championship this year against the Kansas City… Read More