The Battle for First Period: Students, Teachers and Teen Biorhythms
Research has shown that teenagers need more sleep than adults or even younger children, between nine and 10 hours every day. And sleep patterns during adolescence tend to make teenagers go to bed late and wake up late, according to the National Sleep Foundation.
New York city’s first outlet mall, the largest ferris wheel in the world, new housing, hotels, retail and restaurants— but will all this be enough to bring the tourists to Staten Island? MORE
In an era when technology dominates so much of our lives, a little bar in the West Village has survived completely unplugged. Marie’s Crisis might be New York City’s only non-amplified, sing-along piano bar. MORE
"The driver made a left turn and he’s basically — it looks like he just sucked my daughter in from the left tire and knocked my mom down to the floor."
There are reports of huge explosion and building collapse in Harlem. WNYC’s Stephen Nessen is at the scene and reports on Twitter “Family members wailing at scene of fire 116th st. Unable to connect w family. Heavy smoke. Paramedics still going in.” Breaking
Riders who depend on the 7 train are in for more headaches over the next few months. Starting late Friday night, the MTA will suspend service between Times Square and Queensboro Plaza for 13 weekends through July. MORE