MTA floods NYC subway entrance because ‘climate change is real’
New York City commuters were perplexed by a submerged subway entrance Wednesday. The MTA was testing new equipment it installed to protect the subway from damaging floods and make its system more resilient to climate change.
No one wants to buy this $6.5 million century-old church-turned luxe townhome once owned by a tech CEO in San Francisco — take a look inside
The condo at 651 Dolores inside San Francisco's The Light House sat untouched for two years in the region's notoriously competitive real estate market.
Things to Do in New York City
Today is somehow the seventeenth anniversary of my moving (back) to New York (I was born here but we moved away when I was very young and I grew up elsewhere). Seventeen years is an absurd and embarrassing amount of time to have lived anywhere. It is also an amount of time that means people I know who come to visit the city ask me for recommendations and it also means I am uniquely ill-equipped to give them recommendations. But, to celebrate this anniversary, here's my updated list of Things…