Last night’s full moon over NYC
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a commercial pilot’s report that he spotted a small unmanned aircraft at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
New York’s living Mayors saluting Ed Koch today.
Confetti flies during countdown test in Times Square
On Friday, R trains resumed service through the Montague Tube, which connects Brooklyn Heights with Lower Manhattan after more than a month of around-the-clock work in one of the most storm-ravaged sections of the MTA transit system.
Photo Credit: MTA New York City Transit / Marc Hermann
Giant Electric “13” Arrives In Times Square For New Year’s Eve
Suspicious New Yorkers may want to avoid Times Square, as a flatbed truck delivered on Wednesday a giant number “13” for the area’s New Year’s Eve sign.
The seven-feet tall “2013” sign will light up atop One Times Square to announce the new year, once the iconic New Year’s ball drops.
The number includes 32,000 high-power LEDs. They use only 9 watts each, compared to the 40 watts that the previous halogen bulbs used.
Thirteen multicultural good-luck charms were included with the delivery to guard against any bad luck.
The charms and the number will be on display at the Times Square Museum and Visitor Center through next Wednesday.
My Grandpa Spoke Spanish, Italian, French & English With A Perfect Brooklyn Accent. - Fumero, Williamsburg
“[C]heck out what’s coming toward NYC from Queens. I’m flying on Delta. Photo taken at 10,000 feet.” - @DhaniJones
New York’s newest street, 6 ½ Ave., is just for pedestrians