It has never been simple to answer the call of nature while out and about in New York City. The odds are stacked against the city's 8.4 million residents and more than 60 million annual tourists who normally walk the neighborhoods because there are only
The fossilized skeleton of a T. rex relative that roamed the earth about 76 million years ago will be auctioned in New York this month, Sotheby's announced Tuesday.
The Gorgosaurus skeleton will highlight Sotheby's natural history auction on July 28, the auction house said.
The Gorgosaurus was
You missed the solstice at Stonehenge, did you? There's still time to catch Manhattanhenge, when the setting sun aligns with the Manhattan street grid and bathes the urban canyons in a rosy glow.
The final two sunsets at Manhattanhenge in 2022 will occur on Monday and
First, a confession of guilt: I haven't visited the dentist since the pandemic began. Despite my diligent cleaning and flossing, my teeth are terrible, and somehow the dentist always has bad news and a huge bill. In fact, the last time I did see a