Does it seem like red tide has never been worse in Charlotte and Sarasota counties? With lots of publicity and political overtones, the situation may have seemed especially dire this year during an election season. But that perception does not exactly depict reality — at least according to years’ worth of data analyzed by the
Author: Liz Hardaway
Horse in Christmas parade requires human pooper scooper True Holiness Church Pastor Clifton McNealy followed closely behind a horse on Saturday with a stroller, his 8-month-old triplets, his son and a shovel. John Lloyd, or ‘Big John,’ cracked his bull whip and guided his golden buckskin quarter horse, Kitty, sideways, frontwards and towards awed children
A look at how poll workers determine if your signature is yours Charlotte county voter Wayne Cunningham, 79, steadied his left hand. Guiding his left with his right, he carefully glided his hand to mimic what he thought his signature was supposed to look like on his vote-by-mail ballot. “My signature is basically unrecognizable,” he
If there was space, there was art. Eileen Millan, an artist with a tenure of 40+ years in Chelsea, sprawled out her work in the Vermeer co-op’s boardroom. On the table, in rolling chairs, in bins and even the carts were filled with greeting cards, collages, watercolors and flowers galore. And one character in particular
A similar Madison Avenue heist happened last year.
Hundreds of New Yorkers queue up daily at the tiny Soup Spot on West 31st Street.
Inside an Eighth Avenue hangout, with fights, stretchers and nodding-out patrons
A look, and a few tastes, at the shops in Bryant Park, Union Square and Grand Central.
Five days after the downtown terror attack, the NYC Marathon gave New Yorkers something to cheer about.
Director of the Village Halloween Parade reflects on the city’s spirit hours after the tragedy