New York City & Union Square

New York is the most populous city in the United States and the center of the New York Metropolitan Area, one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world. Union Square is an important and historic intersection in Manhattan in New York City, located where Broadway and the former Bowery Road – now Park Avenue – came together in the early 19th century; its name celebrates neither the Federal union of the United States nor labor unions but rather denotes that here was the union of the two principal thoroughfares of the island . 5.0/5

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c.1917-1920 The battle ship in Union Square. Building the USS Recruit in the heart of New York City
The Whole Foods in Union Square has customers lined up outside its door ahead of the blizzard that's approaching New York City.
'Extended Family:' U.S. Latinos Mobilize For Mexico Missing Students COLLAPSE STORY BY ARTURO CONDE New York, NY -- During a vigil this past Sunday in New York City's Union Square for the 43 missing students in Mexico, a protester asked God not to make others indifferent. As some held Spanish-language signs that said "Your daughter could be number 44" or "Your son could be number 44," the woman reminded listeners that the students in Guerrero defended the rights of their communities, as we are all called to do. advertisement ARTURO CONDE In a vigil in New York City's Union Square on Sunday, a sign said, "Your Daughter Could Be 44," in reference to the 43 teachers college students who disappeared in Iguala, Mexico. The Mexican government said local officials, working with criminal gangs, were responsible for their disappearance and ultimate murder, though they have not been found. Mexican expats and other Latinos in the U.S. are increasingly mobilizing in solidarity with the tens of thousands of Mexicans w ...
On May 24th, more than 1,600 people participated in a global protest against Monsanto in New York City. People gathered in Union Square, many dressed as bees and carrying homemade signs. Video of comedian Lee Camp at Union Square: We’re in the…
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This Sunday in Union Square Park, Animal Care & Control of New York City will unveil its first dedicated Mobile Adoption Center. The state-of-the-art adoptions vehicle was purchased with the help of a grant from the ASPCA and will allow AC&C to increase animal adoptions throughout the five boroughs.
‘These Pictures From The Event Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity! The Surat Initiative organized its first ever Turban Day at Union Square in New York City to correct misperceptions about Sikhs and their faith. Over 700 turbans were tied on Americans who stopped by to speak to young Sikhs about their culture, religion and values. These pictures from the event are a win for the humanity! Hail the efforts, hit 'Like'!
TGIF It has been a long week and tomorrow I'm taking 52 people to New York City for a "Day on there own" Have lots of Christmas villages to visit in Bryant Part, Union Square and Grand Central Station. Just need to make it till Sunday-- the day of rest. But I have to go car shopping. Ugh!
Mr. Eric Holder U.S. Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530-0001 askdojAttorney General; On 4 September, 2013, in a racially motivated attack, Lashawn Marten/Martin Redrick viciously attacked Jeffrey Babbitt at Union Square in New York City. Declared brain dead, Mr. Babbitt lingered several days, subsequently dying on 9 September, 2013 from his injuries As your office was so quick and diligent in it's month long investigation into the possibility of a racially motivated attack in the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman incident, I was wondering how your office is progressing on bringing Federal charges against Mr. Redrick. I am unable to locate any recent news concerning this case and it is for this reason that I contact you and your office seeking this information. Thank you in advance. I look forward to your reply. Cordially, L.E. 'Skip' Bradley bradley.skipHuntleigh Dr. Raleigh, NC 27604-3368
From New York Bike Portraits: 'll be profiling New Yorkers using the newly launched Citi Bike bike share system. First up, Damon. I met Damon at a Citi Bike dock on Broadway just below Union Square. He takes the train to Grand Central from New Rochelle and thinks bike share might replace the subway segment of his commute between Grand Central and his office on Wall St. He says his excitement for the new transit option surprises even him. “I’m never a first adopter of anything. I don’t even own a smart phone. Though I might have to get one now for the Citi Bike app.”
March Against Monsanto: Rallying for our future Eric Draitser is an independent geopolitical analyst based in New York City and the founder of StopImperialism.com. Get short URL Published time: May 26, 2013 21:38 Photo by Eric Draitser Photo by Eric Draitser Share on tumblr The worldwide March Against Monsanto this past Saturday was no mere political demonstration. Rather, it was a worldwide mobilization against corporate greed, the assault on our health and environment, and the oppression of small farmers. As the diverse crowd gathered in New York City’s Union Square on an unseasonably cold and rainy Memorial Day weekend – just as they did in hundreds of cities around the world – it was clear that Monsanto and the issue of health and food sovereignty transcends political ideology. People from all walks of life joined together to reject Monsanto and its pesticides, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), and socially and environmentally destructive business practices. However, some might wonder, why ...
  EDITH KERMIT CAROW, daughter of CHARLES CAROW and GERTRUDE ELIZABETH TYLER, residents of New York City's Union Square, knew Theodore Roosevelt practically from birth. As a toddler she became a playmate of his younger sister Corinne, the two girls had been born just seven weeks apart. Edith was born into an environment of breeding, comfort and tradition. But the family finances which would have once labeled them "privileged" if not "wealthy" became increasingly limited. Edith's father's battle with alcoholism, and inflation after the Civil War, changed the family's economic position, but not necessarily its social one. From the time Edith was six years old, she and her parents lived with various relatives.   Theodore Roosevelt's mother, invited "Edie" to join the the younger Roosevelt children for her earliest schooling at the Roosevelt home with Theodore's Aunt Anna, the Roosevelt children's governess. Edith also attended Miss Comstock's "finishing" school, appropriate and proper for a young lady of t ...
The latest trend in shopping, particularly for the holidays, is temporary - literally. Pop-up stores, retailers who open for just a few days or weeks, are cropping up all over town to give us all the opportunity to pick up unique gifts at various prices points this season. The concept isn't new (think of the holiday markets at Columbus Circle and Union Square), but we have a particularly large influx this year, as new designers and mainstream retailers are taking advantage of novel real estate alternatives to test new products, and even a permanent store. All of that is great news for us consumers: Among my New York City favorites is Phaidon, the London-based upscale book publisher, which has opened a pop-up filled with wonderful art books at 100 Wooster Street through January. I visited recently to participate in a segment on pop-ups to run on the CBS Evening News, and the staff is as wonderful as the selection. Here/Nau/NYC, 69 Mercer Street, features merchandise from Timberland, a coffee shop and live ...
The teen's parents, along with actor Jamie Foxx, held a vigil at New York City's Union Square.
Remembering Trayvon 1 Year Later - (The Root) -- For Trayvon Martin's parents, the one-year anniversary of his shooting death was a day spent reflecting on just how much they have lost and just how much they have gained. Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin marked Feb. 26 by attending a "Million Hoodie Candlelight Vigil" in New York City's Union Square, where similar rallies have been held. The hooded sweatshirts represented what the unarmed 17-year-old was wearing when he was...
Feb 26: Million Hoodie March for Trayvon Martin - he Trayvon Martin Foundation headed by his parents Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin and their Attorneys Benjamin Crump and Daryl Parks, is conducting the second "Million Hoodie Candlelight Vigil for Trayvon Martin" on Tuesday, February 26. The march will take place in New York City at 6:00 p.m. It will begin at the South Plaza of Union Square. [...]
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Protesters gather at a rally for Trayvon Martin in New York City's Union Square on March 21st, 2013 Yesterday, on what would have been Trayvon Martin’s eighteenth birthday, Representative Frederica Wilson, a Democrat from South Florida, introduced a resolution to honor the slain teen and, according…
On Tuesday night, some 250 fans came to the Barnes & Noble in Union Square in New York City for an event featuring Brad Meltzer, whose new
The Civil War began April 12 when Confederate artillery fired on Fort Sumter, and three days later, President Lincoln called for 75,000 volunteers. Baker left the Senate to go to New York City, where he spoke for two hours to a crowd of 100,000 in Union Square on April 19. He was blunt: “The hour fo...
True Love Stories — What They Did For Love On a Sunday evening last November, Patrick Moberg, 21, a website developer, was in the Union Square subway station in New York City. “Out of the corner of my eye, I noticed this girl,” he says.“She had bright blue shorts and dark blue tights and a flower in the back of her hair.” New York’s fun if you’re a guy — the city’s lousy with gorgeous women. But this one was different. She was his perfect girl. When the number 5 train pulled into the station, the two got on. “I was enthralled,” he says. “I noticed details like her braided hair and that she was writing in a pad. I couldn’t shake the desire to talk to her.” Taking a deep breath, he headed her way. Just then the train pulled into the Bowling Green station. The doors opened, a rush of humanity swarmed in, and then suddenly, she was gone. He considered giving chase, but there’s a Fine Line between blind love and stalking. He thought of plastering the station with posters. Then a b ...
We all love FREE, so here are some of our favorite New York City activities you can do this week to get you in the holiday spirit (without costing you a penny). • This Friday, December 15, visit the Museum of Modern Art and skip the $25 entree fee. • Visit the world's largest Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center, and take a twirl on the ice skating rink while you are there. • Stroll the Union Square holiday market to sample hot teas and international foods.
Recent transplants congregate in priciest NYC hoods Manhattan's tonier nabes are increasingly populated by New Yorkers imported from other states and countries, WNYC reported. Some of the borough's priciest areas -- including Tribeca, the West Village and Greenwich Village -- are the neighborhoods of choice for New York City's newest residents. More than 20 percent of the new residents in a U.S. Census tract near Union Square moved to the neighborhood from another state, WNYC said, using data from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey from 2011, which looked at the trend over the past five years. [more]
BROOKLYN BRIDGE ANIMAL WELFARE COALITION IS PARTICIPATING IN THIS EVENT! Don't miss New York City's largest pet adoption opportunity of the season! Sunday, December 2, 2012 Noon–5:00 p.m. 5 Manhattan Petco Stores: • Union Square (880 Broadway at 17th Street) • 86th Street & Lexington Avenue • Columbus Square (805 Columbus Avenue at 98th Street) • Kips Bay (560 Second Avenue at 30th Street) • 92nd Street & Broadway The Whiskers in Wonderland holiday pet adoption event, hosted by the Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals, features hundreds of cats, kittens, and rabbits just waiting to be welcomed into a new home. In return, these furry new friends will give the gift of unconditional love! The Mayor's Alliance for NYC's Animals is proud to present Whiskers in Wonderland in partnership with the Petco Foundation. Pet Adoptions! More than 300 cat, kittens, and rabbits will be available for adoption from over 20 rescue groups and shelters. (Note: Rabbits will be available at Union Square, 86th & Lexingt ...
Fab.com, one of New York City's star startups was up and running but unable to ship today, while many of New York City startups in the downtown section of Manhattan, around Union Square, the West Village and SoHo, staffers were either working from home solo, or family style at the apartments of col...
Terry Pratchett and Rob Wilkins joined 200 fans on Saturday, Oct. 13th at Barnes and Noble in Union Square, New York City to talk about his latest book Dodger. They … Continue reading →
Lights performing Flux & Flow live at Irving Plaza in New York City's Union Square on April 20th, 2012.
Henry Blodget, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Business Insider, rings the NYSE Opening Bell to celebrate Business Insider’s 2012 “Silicon Alley 100” list recognizing innovators in the NYC Tech Community. The SA 100 list, which will be released on October 25, is comprised of individuals in the New York City digital community who are making a positive impact in the sector ( i.e. launched a startup, created a product, funded a company or donated a money or time to a worthy cause related to the tech sector). NYSE Euronext, a sponsor of the event, is proud to partner with Business Insider to recognize individuals who are innovators in the technology community. Last year’s Silicon Alley 100 winners include notables such as: AOL CEO & Chairman, Tim Armstrong; Founder & CEO of Gilt Groupe, Kevin Ryan; Buddy Media CEO, Mike Lazerow; Foursquare Co-Founders, Dennis Crowley and Naveen Selvadurai; Co-Founder of the Huffington Post & Editor-in-Chief AOL, Arianna Huffington; ZocDoc CEO and Founder, Cyrus Massoumi; ...
Our advocacy arm Consumers Union delivered a petition containing nearly 560,000 signatures to Trader Joe's in Union Square in New York City today. The petition urges them to sell only meat and poultry raised without antibiotics to help prevent the creation of superbugs, which are dangerous bacteria immune to one or more antibiotics. "Joe the Pig" was on hand to ask Trader Joe's to help get him off drugs.
Director James Cameron and producing partner Jon Landau made the trek to New York City to discuss Titanic 3D with fans at Best Buy in Union Square. Those early adopters who have invested in 3D TVs will finally get some movies worthy of the technology. Two of those films, the [...]
Labor Day Fact 3 - The first U.S. Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City, planned by the Central Labor Union. The Labor Day parade of about 10,000 workers took unpaid leave and marched from City Hall past Union Square uptown to 42nd street, and ended in Wendel’s Elm Park at 92nd Street and 9th Avenue for a concert, speeches, and a picnic.
Anthony Bologna-- the NYPD Deputy Inspector caught on video pepper-spraying two women Occupy Wall Street protesters in Union Square last fall-- could have to dig into his own pockets to pay for the damages in the women's civil lawsuit against him. New York City has opted not to defend Bologna in cou...
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The Revolution will not be televised, but it is being live-streamed right now. Right now as I write, thousands of people are marching through New York City to Union Square. Even as many news outlets dismiss, ignore and blackout the Occupy Wall Street rebellion, the movement is gathering force like ...
These are remarks Chris Hedges made in Union Square in New York City last Friday during a protest outside a branch office of the Bank of America. - 2011/04/18
Join us for the fifth annual Summer Streets! On August 4, 11 and 18 from 7 AM to 1 PM, nearly seven miles of New York City's streets will be opened up for everyone to play, run, walk and bike. From the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park, along Park Avenue and connecting streets you can rock climb at 23rd Street, receive a free bike helmet at 51st Street, soar through the air on a zip line at Foley Square or just stroll along and experience the city's streets in a new way—all for free.
Mira Sorvino wears the CHRISTINA CROSS BODY BAG to her movie premiere of Union Square in New York City.
Only in New York City, the wackos coming out during the heatwave. i was coming out of the movies at the Regal Cinema, i see a guy down on the ground at Union Square Park, i thought he got beat by the heat but he got up. he was a mime with bunch of other mimes they were doing ring around the rosy.
WOW. Spending the day wandering out New York City, Central Station, Museum of Natural History, Union Square...and then a private METRIC CONCERT?!?! Could this day have BEEN any better?!
I am happy to be home from our wonderful yet crazy East coast trip. Denver wasn't planned but we were bumped off our flight yesterday so we decided to make the best of the layover. We took the boys to see the Columbine memorial and then to downtown Denver. Washington DC was fun. Bermuda had some of the most picturesque beaches with pink sand that I have ever seen. Boston was informative and the best canolis ever. Newport, Rhode Island had great Lobster Rolls and we were able to see quite a bit of the town on the scooters we rented. New York City was my favorite not only because I love the bike ride in Cental Park but because I got to see my beautiful sweet nieces and nephew. Thank you Tiffany for the amazing dinner in Union Square. And thank you Krystal, Oliver and Sweet Charlotte for the great tour of Larchmont and the dinner at your local hangout. I asked James what he wanted for Father's day and he said he wanted a vacation from our vacation and to have some time away from our kids LOL. Two wee ...
Scout Willis was arrested for both having an open container and criminal impersonation. Police in Union Square in New York City caught Demi Moore and Bruce Will
MCA Day will take place in Union Square, New York City as a memorial to the Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch, who recently passed away at the age of 47.  It will be a chance for BBoys and BGirls to come together to celebrate the life of a true visionary.  Gillian Pensavalle has more.
Saturday.1:00pm.. 22nd and 21st between Park and Fifth Avenue Sixth Annual Parade: On Saturday May 19 2012, OVER TEN THOUSAND DANCERS will showcase more than 75 ethnic and dance genres on the world stage of Broadway. Calling all New York City 5Rhythms® Dancers! We are organzing our crew for this years Dance Parade. We need volunt...eers to dance, contribute to the art car and or make donations. If you want to attend please click "attending" and write a note about how you want to contribute. We will also be requesting a $20 donation per person. We will ask that everyone come early so we are ready to roll at 1pm! After gathering between 22nd and 21st between Park and Fifth Avenue, the Parade will kick off at 1pm. Then we will boogie our way down Broadway in history of dance order! We will drum up some African beats, shine like only the Korean, Bolivians and multiple ethnic cultures can and samba our way past Union Square and into University Place. At Eighth Street we will Salsa, Tango and Waltz East into S ...
Tomgram: Noam Chomsky, A Rebellious World or a New Dark Age? Posted by Noam Chomsky at 7:39am, May 8, 2012. If you had followed May Day protests in New York City in the mainstream media, you might hardly have noticed that they happened at all. The stories were generally tucked away, minimalist, focused on a few arrests, and spoke of “hundreds” of protesters in the streets, or maybe, if a reporter was feeling especially generous, a vague “thousands.” I did my own rough count on the largest of the Occupy protests that day. It left Union Square in the evening heading for the Wall Street area. I walked through the march front to back, figuring a couple of thousand loosely packed protesters to a block, and came up with a conservative estimate of 15,000 people. Maybe it wasn’t the biggest protest of all time, but sizeable enough given that Occupy, an organization without strong structures but once strongly located, had been (quite literally) pushed or even beaten out of its camps in Zuccotti Park and ...
From "Nation of Change" "An army of guitarists and musicians, the Guitarmy, led protesters in song during their May Day march from Bryant Park to Union Square in New York City." Glad they made the distinction. Just pushing back after all the banjo jokes.
In honor of the May Day parade in Minneapolis tomorrow, take a look at these puppets and floats from 1938's anti-fascist May Day parade at Union Square in New York City.
May 1 (Bloomberg) -- Tom Morello, guitarist for rock band Rage Against the Machine, speaks at New York City's Union Square about his participation in the Occupy Wall Street "May Day" demonstrations. (Source: Bloomberg)
Thousands of Occupy Wall Street protesters began marching down Broadway in New York City at 5:30 this afternoon after a day long protest at Union Square. CBS News reports that there were approximatel
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Yesterday afternoon, I took a walk down 14th Street-Union Square where my job is located and found a crowd of Occupy Wall Street protesters holding up picket signs as they voiced their opinions on the status of our nation's economy, greed, and racial inequality. It got me thinking, when the late great Pastor David Wilkerson prophesied about their being chaos and riots in the streets of New York City, did he mean Occupy? What do you think, Times Square Church congregants?
I celebrated May Day running around the city with the banner in support of the Guatemalan victims of non-consensual U.S medical experiments. I was at the Stop and Frisk trial in Manhattan Criminal Court with Princeton Professor Cornell West, and spoke to him about the Guatemalan experiments and Ireland. I then went to Union Square for May Day celebrations with my fellow Veterans For Peace brothers. Hundreds of photos were taken of the banner. I ran into a Spanish television crew who are interested in covering the issue. I was approached by a friend of the Wellesley College professor who discovered the Guatemalan file on the experiments - they took pictures and took a flier to give to her. I also had a remarkable conversation with a woman who said she was a friend of Dr. Cutler who carried out the experiments she told me that he never mentioned the experiments to anyone, and she was amazed to learn about them. Just another day in New York City.
Occupy is back and meeting at the Andy Warhol Statue in Union Square. I think that's a fun idea. from *ALL New York City Area General Assemblies will converge on May Day in Union Square at 5:00pm at the Andy Warhol Statue (17th and Broadway) for a impromptu General Assembly, and march together to Wall Street at 5:30PM.
These *** need jobs. The Occupy Wall Street movement vows to create “the biggest shutdown” of New York City on Tuesday, along with disturbances in cities across the country to mark International Workers’ Day, May 1. One movement website, Strikeisaverb.net, threatens that “autonomous direct action groups within Occupy Wall Street, as part of the global mobilizations for general strike and economic noncompliance, will block one or more Manhattan-bound bridges or tunnels to protest the shameful opulence of the 1%.” It goes on to state: “This May 1, we will create the biggest shutdown the city of New York has ever seen. The city will be shut down, so enjoy the day without the 99%!” Occupy groups have been protesting economic disparity between the wealthy “1%” and the other “99%” of America. The movement will join scores of labor organizations observing May Day, Bloomberg News reports. Demonstrators plan to march from Union Square to Lower Manhattan, and to occupy Bryant Park across th ...
walked throughout New York City. Had an interview in Tompkin Park, met up with Joseph B. Malki at Union Square with the rest of the Occupy Wall Street crowd, had some sushi at Whole Foods, then hopped back on the subway and find myself back here at Thomas Lacey's place, hitting the shower. *** that was a full afternoon. Getting ready to get some work done on my upcoming short film.
An Evening of Practical Magic Tuesday, April 24, 2012 Cipriani 42nd Street (between Park & Lexington Avenue) 6:30 p.m. Cocktails & Silent Auction 7:30 p.m. Awards Ceremony Dinner & Live Auction to follow On April 24th, New Yorkers from across the city will gather for An Evening of Practical Magic to pay tribute to the efforts of the City Harvest supporters that have played a significant role in helping to fight hunger in New York City. This year the event will honor the staff and chefs of Union Square Hospitality Group for their ongoing commitment to helping City Harvest feed New York's hungry.
Caleb T. Maupin is a resident New York City. He is an activist in Workers World Party and Fight Imperialism - Stand Together. He writes for Workers World Newspaper, and various other publications.
Sufi singer Abida Parveen makes the crowd go wild at the Pakistani Peace Builders' Sufi Music Festival in Union Square, New York City on 7/20/2010.
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