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The Upper West Side venue is scheduled to fully reopen for the first time in more than two years on July 21st, with upgraded interiors and a new bar/lounge added next door.


A proposal before the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission would raze the 132-year-old structure, making way for a new church and a high-rise.


A 'Landmark' designation was supposed to shield the 132-year-old building from developers, but that protection is proving to be tenuous.


After being closed for over 17 years, the defunct theater will be turned into a "multi-screen cinema with restaurant facilities and a meeting room/event space."


"We're feeling really hopeful that this will be something which will be really exciting to New York, it will be really inspiring for New Yorkers, and it will be a sign of confidence in the future of our city."


The Israeli cult favorite is now selling its famous herring sandwiches on the Upper West Side.


"Basically, we're trying to keep that Lincoln Plaza spirit and the spirit of communal specialized movie-going alive."


Built in 1904, the substation on West 96th Street is one of eight original substations that powered the city's subway system. But it has been offline since 1990.


Everyone agrees the Riverside Park boat basin needs to be upgraded. Not everyone likes the city's plan: "This looked like the monstrosity on the Hudson."


The annual tradition of watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade team inflate balloon the night before the parade is BACK.