The endless bounds of space are giving Jordan Sanchez limitless possibilities. The Bronx High School of Science graduate is set to attend Harvard University in the fall to study astrophysics, with aspirations to work at NASA or SpaceX someday. And when she “gets tired of that,” Sanchez looks forward to a calmer life of researcher and teaching.
When the weather gets hot, people seek relief. One of the nicest methods is by floating neck-deep in the sparkling blue water of a nearby pool.
With the gravitas of time-honored tradition and the bittersweet parting of friends, the Class of 2019 thanked the people who shaped them into bright young adults, stepping boldly into the next stage of their lives.
It is illegal to park cars on city sidewalks. It’s a simple notion made clear in city law, subject to fines of more than $100. Yet, every day it seems car dealerships and auto repair shops across the city park vehicles on sidewalks with little fear of consequence from police or city officials.
After a March protest claiming systemic racial discrimination, Ethical Culture Fieldston School began taking steps to change, according to a letter from its administration to students, alumni and supporters.
When a cement truck fatally struck a cyclist July 1 in Brooklyn, it marked the 15th bicycle rider to die this year on New York City streets — and the third that week. Soon after, Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York Police Department vowed to curb reckless driving.
It looks like weekend shutdowns on the Bronx sections of the 1 train have ended, but the work overall is just getting started.
Some may believe today’s teens are out of touch with faith, but two teenagers active with their local congregation are proving that stereotype is just a stereotype.
It’s a familiar sight to regulars. It’s rush hour, and a long line of riders are waiting to board the stopping bus. Once the back door opens, a number of people slip on without paying, taking the few open places to sit.
If you’re looking for a good David versus Goliath sports story these days, you’d be hard pressed to find one better than the Riverdale Hornets boys soccer program.
In all his 92 years, Jerry Schneider had never done much volunteering. The retired accountant never considered himself much of an outgoing person. Plus, he was quite devoted to his wife of 50 years, Francine.
Maybe it was playing cello in high school orchestra decades ago. Or clarinet in marching band.
On Thursday afternoons, elves and hobgoblins take over the community room of Spuyten Duyvil Library.
A religious superstar from the 1100s receives a spirited makeover in Grace McLean’s “In the Green” at the Claire Tow Theater at Lincoln Center.
It was early in the morning on Jan. 27 when Liam Amir Rodriguez decided it was time to be born.
During his four seasons as a football standout at Horace Mann, Raphael “Ray-Ray” Silverman always stood out.
Violette (nee Kanner) Holland passed away after a short illness on June 12, 2019. She was 91.
Either there’s a rogue eye doctor on the loose or a thief with a briefcase of medical equipment and no idea what to do with it.
Eric Dinowitz and Dan Padernacht are already duking it out for city council, even though its current occupant — Andrew Cohen — isn’t scheduled to officially leave until 2021. But now there’s potentially a third candidate in the race.
Payless ShoeSource left West 225th Street months ago, but Marble Hill shouldn’t have to wait too long to find a new local source of shoes.