Bethany O'Grady

Articles by Bethany O'Grady

Is the Parks Department being practical or Grinchy about not allowing a Christmas Marathon on Christmas Day?

While Tasha Galsgow and her children wait to move into a foreclosed home that her boyfriend is fixing up with Occupy Wall Street, she's living in another foreclosed home in Queens. Here's how she manages.

The NYPD has been occupying Pace University as part of their policing of Occupy Wall Street. And some students and faculty say the Man has worn out his welcome.

The Occupy Wall Street protesters are struggling to put the pieces of their protest back together after the NYPD threw it all away and started enforcing tough new rules.

Joan Baez joined in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement today by performing for protesters and a group of

Fliers are circulating at Zuccotti Park today with the photo of 18-year-old Aaron Schmidt, a freshman at the University of South Dakota who was reported missing by classmates on Wednesday.

After Occupy Wall Street protesters march to Central Park on Veteran's Day, some are considering sticking around and set up camp for the winter, in igloos.

With their generators and fuel confiscated by the FDNY, some Occupy Wall Street protesters are talking about leasing an indoor space to make it through the winter. Others are talking about bicycle generators.

If you sleep in Zuccotti Park, here's what you're in for: progressive bonhomie, sing-a-longs, make-out sessions, roaming dance parties, and lots of free food. Here's our night at Camp Zuccotti, in photos and video.

Yesterday afternoon, thousands of people participated in the exhilarating existential exercise, "Waiting For Radiohead"/Hipster Great Pumpkin at Zuccotti Park. Besides Radiohead pulling a Godot, protesters tried to march to One Police Plaza, but got lost.

While a number of Harvest-mimicking events tend to pop up around the five boroughs in September and October, sometimes leaving town for the "real thing" is the only way to get the full fall experience.

What is it about this Prospect Park West bike lane that still drives some Park Slopers into apoplectic rage? We went over there to find out.

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