The Hamilton creator and star slipped out his buckle shoes and chopped off his locks after his final performance Saturday night.
A muslim doctor was shot outside a Texas mosque, the death toll in the Baghdad bombing has risen to at least 200, China has plans for military drills in the South China Sea, and more in today's Morning Bulletin.
At the annual fetish fair Folsom Street East in NYC, all of the kinksters came out to have some old fashioned fun in the sun, which, for a group used to dark bars, dingy hotel rooms, and makeshift dungeons, was a welcomed change of scenery.
In the battle between "masc" and "fem," many gay men are making enemies of themselves.
A weekend porter in the Bronx explains all the elbow grease and trash lifting he has to do.
On June 11 and 12, Baxter St. at CCNY is hosting a zine a self-published book fair showcasing the work of some of the world's most interesting book makers.
Diamonds, sex with prostitutes dressed as flight attendants, helicopter rides—the allegations are wild.
In the 80s, Jim Mckay, Tom Gilroy, and Michael Stipe produced a series of powerful PSAs that turned the often stale, conservative-leaning genre of ads on its head.
Jake Dell shows us around the historic Jewish deli and talks about the responsibility of running his family's iconic restaurant after five generations.
The all-girl band Good English has been kicked off of five concert bills after the band's drummer wrote a notorious letter standing up for convict Brock Turner.
Streep's proved time and time again that she can slide into any role she chooses, and by God, she went all the way with Trump.
Despite heavy rain, New Yorkers still marched up 5th Avenue this past weekend in the Celebrate Israel Parade. Memorable moments included a teacher scolding students for having wet shirts, anti-Zionist protestors, and a old lady flipping off the cops.
After a witness got the bat away from the angry vendor of joy, he allegedly pulled out a knife.
The incident that killed one and injured three (including the shooter) won national attention thanks to the power of celebrity.
It's about time.
Alternatives to holding suspects hostage for amounts they can't pay are gaining traction nationwide.
In this week's edition of First-Person Shooter we gave two cameras to Henry, a magician and clown who entertained at two birthday parties before showing us some magic tricks he has up his sleeve.
The criminal charges lean heavily on social media activity by young men of color.
When a former sex worker was picked up by the cops for no reason, she didn't take the easy route and plead guilty and sued the city for false arrest.
For $40 an hour, you can hire Nina Keneally to help fulfill all your motherly needs, like teaching you a new dinner recipe or providing career advice.
Just behind Citi Field sits an industrial wasteland of abandoned garages and festering garbage. This is Willets Point, a.k.a. the "Iron Triangle," and it's become a playground for some of the most talented graffiti writers in NYC over the last few years.
Nightlife haunts close for all kinds of reasons, but it's usually because they're awful.
For this week's edition of First-Person Shooter, a burlesque dancer in Manhattan documented the behind-the-scenes action that goes on when she's not up on stage.
Sanders hung out with Verizon strikers in Brooklyn Wednesday, and also snagged an endorsement from the local union for subway workers ahead of the April 19 New York primary.