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Time Warner Centre Holiday Lights Presentation, New York USA

New York, NY, US. 23rd. Dec, 2017. Time Warner Centre, home to CNN Network New York bureau holiday light presentation at Columbus Circle in New York City. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

Failed Attempted Terror Attack at Port Authority, New York USA

New York, NY, US. 11th. Dec, 2017. A Bangladeshi-national Akayed Ullah, 27, failed to carry out an attempted terror attacked in the interconnection tunnel between the Port Authority bus terminal and the subway system, 11th. December 2017. His self-made pipe-bomb, strapped to his body when off prematurely and he was the only person seriously injured. The suspected survived and was taken into police custody. Tens of thousands of rush-hour commuters was stranded as a result of the mass-transit disruption. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

March In Support Of Tibet and the Dalai Lama, New York USA

New York, NY, US. 10th. Dec, 2017. A large march by Tibetans and supporters took place in New York City on 10th. December, 2017. The large crowd marched from the United Nations, across 42nd. street and through Times Square. Many symbolic coffins bearing the images and names of hundreds of Tibetans who have self-immolated themselves as the only non-violence protest against continued Chinese oppression was prominently displayed. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

Thousands of Santas Invade the City, New York USA

New York, NY, US. 9th. Dec, 2017. Beginning in Copenhagen in 1974, the pub crawl that annually attract thousands of Santa-clad revealers, arrived in the USA in 1994 and has become the biggest pub crawl in the world since 1998 with its New York arrival. Thousands, under the first snow day of the 2017 winter season gathered at the muster point in New York City, before the invasion of Santas began the city-wide crawl. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

Anti-holiday bar Jingle Hell's feature Bad Santa, New York USA

New York, NY, US. 5th. Dec, 2017. A pop-up seasonal bar is in revolt against stereotypical holiday cheer and serving up seasonal cocktails featuring a Bad Santa and is a protest against the annual insanity known as the holidays. The pop-up bar on Manhattan’s Lower East Side is a promotional tie-in to the twisted Syfy Network series #Happy and features New York Actor Mark Resnik as Santa. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

#DreamActNow! Protesters at Trump International Hotel, New York USA

New York, NY, US. 2nd. Dec, 2017. @UnitedWeDream activists rallied at Columbus Circle and in-front of Trump International Hotel on Central Park West in New York City, calling for the passage of a ‘Clean Dream Act.’ Many of the ‘Dreamers’ face an uncertain future in the US under the Trump administration’s crack down on undocumented immigrants. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

Holiday Light Installation at Brookfield Place, New York USA

New York, NY, US. 28th. Nov, 2017. Brookfield Place, an up-scale retail complex in Lower Manhattan kicked off its holiday season with an interactive lighting display known as Luminaries, that features 650 programmable LED lanterns hanging from the ceiling. The lighting ceremony was held Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Free refreshments and sweets was served, along with a performance of Charles Dickens's ‘A Christmas Carol’. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

Holiday Model Train Show, New York, USA

New York, NY, USA - 17th Nov, 2017. The New York City Transit Museum’s annual model train exhibit features a 34 foot-long, multi-level exhibition that includes subterranean platforms below a model of Grand Central station and against well known landmark buildings and countryside scenes. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

South African artist Mohau Modisakeng performs #ZionTSq, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 11th. Nov, 2017. Mohau Modisakeng, a Soweto, South Africa-based artist performed “ZION”, a dance piece, that featured 20 dancers carrying personal possessions, baggage, and furniture, enacting the blistered legacy of segregation, violent displacement, colonialism, and apartheid coursing through South African history, on 11th. November, 2017, at the ‘Crossroads of The World’, Times Square, New York City. This was the last of three performance of the day, that included performances in Harlem and Central Park. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

Memorial for victims of terror truck attack, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 2nd. Nov, 2017. A growing memorial where Eight people were killed and at least 12 injured on Tuesday, 31st. October, 2017 by Uzbek immigrant Sayfullo Saipov, 29, who drove a rental truck into the crowd on the Hudson River Greenway in the Lower Manhattan neighbourhood of Tribeca. © 2017 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News

 

 

44th. Annual Village Halloween Parade, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 31st. Oct, 2017. New Yorkers marched up Sixth Avenue in Greenwich Village amid heighten security hours after a terrorist attack in Lower Manhattan. The parade, a short distant from the deadly truck attack went on as planned without incident, 31st. October, 2017. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

50 Years Celebration of Art in the Parks, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 21st. Oct, 2017. NYC Parks is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its ‘Art in the Parks’ program at the iconic Central Park in Manhattan. Since its creation in 1967, ‘Art in the Parks’ has displayed more than 2,000 works of outdoor public art across New York City. On October 21, 2017, Central Park was transformed into a stage, museum, and art studio for a day of public art to celebrate the milestone. The art program runs throughout the month of October. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Relief Effort for Puerto Rico Recovery, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 30th. Sep, 2017. Hurricane relief collection in support of Puerto Rico at the Jacob K. Javits Center. Donations go to charitable organizations in Puerto Rico that are helping with recovery and rebuilding of the US territory island following the devastation of Hurricane Maria. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Protesters at 72nd. UN General Assembly, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 18th. Sep, 2017. The 72nd. Regular Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 72) convened at UN Headquarters on Tuesday, 12 September 2017 and will run to 19 September 2018. Heavy security has resitriced protests and marchers to several blocks away from the UN building on New Yorks’s First Avenue. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Hundreds protesting DACA repeal, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 5th. Sep, 2017. Hundreds of immigrants who came to the USA illegally as children gathered outside Trump Tower on 5th September, 2017, to protest US President Donald Trump's decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program designed to protect immigrants created by President Barack Obama in 2012. There were several arrests when demonstrators linked hands and formed a human chain that blocked traffic along 56th Street and Fifth Avenue in front of Trump Tower. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

#NeoSlaves protesters, Union Square, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 28th. Aug, 2017. Activists under the hashtag #NeoSlaves, protesting racism among the growing movement to remove statues of slave-owning Americans in Union Square under a statue of George Washington, the first slave-owning US President. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Japanese teens unusual holiday trip, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 15th. Aug, 2017. Japanese teens 16-year-old Rinna, left, and her 17-year-old friend Hagisa from Nōgata, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan are on a three (3) weeks US holiday. The duo plan to be in Times Square fulfilling a dream by singing Japanese folk songs, armed with only a smartphone. They are not soliciting tips as other performers do, but instead, handing out little gifts to lucky passersby. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Protesting Donald Trump’s return, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 14th. Aug, 2017. Thousand of New Yorkers flooded the streets outside of U.S. President Donald Trump’s midtown residence - Trump Tower - ahead of his first return as president . Other protesters marched on the Trump International Hotel at Columbus Circle. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Dominican Day Parade New York, USA

New York, NY, US. 13th. Aug, 2017. This year’s 35th. annual Dominican Day Parade in midtown Manhattan honored NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia, who was killed in the line of duty in the Bronx last month . The thousands who gathered to display Dominican pride witnessed the city honor the slain officer with a posthumous lifetime service award. There are an estimated 700,000 plus people from the Caribbean island of the Dominican Republic living in the New York-area. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Urban gardening as protest, New York, USA

The Bronx, NY, US. 6th. Aug, 2017. On a 130-foot by 40-foot floating platform on the Bronx River food is being grown. There are, squash, peppers, blueberries, bananas and much more being harvested on the barge that's docked at Concrete Plant Park in the South Bronx, by the non-profit organization Swale, whose founder wants the city to explore growing fruits and vegetables in parks as a way to provide food to residents. The project is a result of a ban on growing public food in public spaces in New York City. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Bronx River Trash Assessment Survey, New York, USA

The Bronx, NY, US. 2nd. Aug, 2017. The Bronx River Alliance serves as a coordinated voice for the 23-mile Bronx River which winds through southern Westchester and the Bronx. Working in partnership to protect, improve and restore the polluted Bronx River corridor so that it can be a healthy ecological, recreational, educational and economic resource for the communities through which the river flows. The Alliance works in close partnership with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation to achieve these goals. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Spun Chair fun in Times Square, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. –- 24 July, 2017-- Young and the young-at-heart visitors to Times Square stopped for a moment of midday fun with the Magis Spun Chair. The upright spun chairs is a fascinating chair that looks more like a sculptural vessel than a seat. But when it leans on its side, it forms a comfortable, functional chair that lets you rock side-to-side or spin around. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Bodypainting Day, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. –- 22 July, 2017-- The fourth annual NYC Bodypainting Day billed as a ‘Celebration of Life’ and ‘Free Expression’ was staged at Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, New York. The BODYPAINTING DAY is a public art event produced by art collective Human Connection Arts in which a select group of talented artists paint on the bodies of nude models over a 4 hour period in full public view. The event has expanded to other cities in recent years, including San Francisco, Berlin and Amsterdam and drew hundreds of models, artists and onlookers. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Funeral of Slain New York City Police Officer, New York, USA

The Bronx, New York, US. -- 11th. July, 2017 -- Mourners, including foreign delegations of police officers, along with area residents holding American, police and Dominican flags, gathered in the same neighbourhood that slain Police Officer Miosotis Familia worked in and where she was shot by a mentally unstable ex-con last week. The funeral fell exactly on the 12th. anniversary of Officer Familia joining the the NYPD. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Police Action at the Bronx Home of Police Killer Alexander Bonds, New York, USA

The Bronx, New York, US. -- 5th. July, 2017 -- Police action at the last known address of Alexander Bonds, a prison parolee, who shot to death female NYPD officer Miosotis Familia through the window of an NYPD command vehicle as she and her patrol partner sat in the vehicle in Fordham Heights, early Wednesday morning, 5th. July 2017. According to police reports, the reason Bonds killed the officer was because he 'Hate Cops.' Bonds was killed by police officers and his weapon was recovered. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Independence Day at the 9/11 Memorial, New York, USA

New York, NY, US. - 4th. July, 2017 – New Yorkers and visitors flocked to the 9/11 memorial in Lower Manhattan in memory of victims of the terrorist attacks and celebrate the United States' 241 year of Independence on this Fourth of July, 2017. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Boogie on the Boulevard, The Bronx, New York, USA

The Bronx, New York, US. - 25th. Jun, 2017 – Mexican dance group 'Mazarte' performs for the public at the Boogie on the Boulevard event on the Grand Concord Boulevard in the Bronx. For the summer event the center lanes of the normally busy Grand Concourse from 162nd Street to 170th Street is closed to cars and open to a world of fun with free music, art and fitness programs hosted by organizations from the Bronx and beyond . Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

British High Commission show support for Caribbean LGBT+ Community, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies 13th. May, 2017 -- The British High Commissioner to Trinidad and Tobago Tim Stew, joined a small group of local LGBT activists in the small Caribbean nation to voice support for the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), an event to be held worldwide on May 17th 2017. The intention of the gathering is to show solidarity with the international LGBT+ community. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

March For Science, New York USA

New York, US. - 22nd. Apr, 2017 – New York's March for Science, was one of several hundred held around the world on Earth Day 2017. Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets of Manhattan that featured placards and banners carried by working scientists, academics, college students, moms, dads and their young children. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival, New York USA

New York, US. - 16th. Apr, 2017 – New Yorkers clogged Fifth Avenue between 49th to 57th Streets for the annual Easter parade and bonnet festival which dates back to the 1870s. Thousands came out to see and be seen, wearing an assortment of head wear on Sunday, April 16, 2017. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Tax March Demanding Donald Trump Release His Income Tax Returns, New York USA

New York, US. - 15th. Apr, 2017 – Protesters in 150 US cities marched in protest calling upon US president Donald Trump to release pass and future income tax returns to the public. Concerns about conflicts of interest and mistrust in his business dealings has been an ongoing issue about Trump’s taxes. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

International Pillow Fight Day, New York USA

New York, US. - 1st. Apr 2017 -- The International Pillow Fight Day is a pillow fight flash mob event held annually on 1 April 2017 in more than 50 cities around the world. New Yorkers gathered at Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village with the event attracting hundreds of pillow-gladiators. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

‘A Day Without a Woman’ Leaders Arrested, New York USA

New York, US - 8th. March 2017 – Following the ‘A Day Without a Woman’ rally at 59th. Street and Fifth Avenue, all organizers of the event were arrested outside of Trump International Hotel and Tower on Central Park West, Wednesday afternoon, NYPD said. Leaders Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez, Tamika Malloy and Bob Bland were taken into custody for blocking the roadway in a civil disobedience action. The following images show leaders of the event addressing and leading the march. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

International Women’s Day ‘A Day Without a Woman’ New York USA

New York, US - 8th. March 2017 – Hundreds of New Yorkers took part in the ‘A Day Without a Woman’ protest and rally in solidarity with the International Women’s Strike. Several people were arrested outside of Trump International Hotel and Tower in Manhattan Wednesday afternoon, NYPD said, as women across the city marched. Among the arrested was organizer Linda Sarsour. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

March for a Free Press at New York Times building in New York USA

New York, US - 26th. Feb 2017 – . Hundreds of activists stood in silence outside the New York Times' headquarters on West 41st Street in midtown Manhattan Sunday in a show of solidarity with the press, for the second time in two days. The rally organized after the Trump White House banned several major news outlets, including The New York Times and CNN, from an off-camera briefing on Friday. Some of the protesters duct taped their mouths shut as they stood with copies of the New York Times. Others held protest signs that said, "This is not fake news," and "Support the Free Press." Protesters ended the march at the Fox News Network headquarters on Sixth Avenue. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Cupid’s Undie Run, New York USA

New York, US - 18th. Feb 2017 – The annual Cupid’s Undie Run, is a charity event to benefit the Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF), the world’s largest non-government organization dedicated to ending Neurofibromatosis (NF) through research. Neurofibromatosis (NF) is a genetic disorder that causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body, causing blindness, deafness, learning disabilities and severe chronic pain. The growing event which featured a one-mile run was held simultaneously in 37 US cities and Australia, attracting hundreds of participants. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Adorable dog offers strangers hugs, New York USA

New York, USA - 11 February 2017 –Louboutina, “Loubie” for short, is a gorgeous five-year-old golden retriever that passerby can often see standing upright on the streets with her owner César Fernández-Chávez. The loving K9 is eager to give a big canine hug to anyone who walks by. According to owner Cesar, Loubie started holding hands around age three and a half, which eventually transformed into hugging. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Snowstorm Hits Northeast U.S.-area, Bronx, New York USA

New York, USA - 9 February 2017 –Less than 24 hours after enjoying spring-like temperatures a fast-moving storm swept through the northeastern U.S. early Thursday, making for a slippery morning commute and leaving some residents bracing for blizzard conditions. The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for the New York area. New York City could see 8 to 12 inches. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Art Installation Highlights NYC’s love of immigrants, New York USA

New York, USA - 8 February 2017 – It’s Times Square art with a heart for New York City’s immigrants. The public art work called, “We Were Strangers Once Too,” is located in Times Square and features a count of foreign-born New Yorkers inscribed on 33 metal poles. The poles, which are highlighted by country, form a heart when seen head-on. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

LGBT Solidarity Rally At Stonewall, New York USA

New York, USA - 4 February 2017 – Ever since president Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, weekends have been all about standing up to President Trump and his policies. New York’s LGBT community rallied at the histrionic Stonewall Inn, today, 4 February, 2017 where thousands of New Yorkers concerned about President Donald Trump’s executive orders gathered for a rally Saturday afternoon. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Children Protesting at 'What The F--k Chuck' Rally, New York USA

New York, USA - 31 January, 2017 – Among the more than 1,000 protesters protesting outside of U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer's Park Slope apartment building Tuesday were some of the youngest protesters seen to date, as they and their parents rallied to mount pressure on the Democratic leader to resist President Donald Trump's cabinet picks. Schumer has voted yes on four of Trump's cabinet choices, angering many constituents who see any cooperation with Trump as a betrayal. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

'What The F--k Chuck' Rally, New York USA

New York, USA - 31 January, 2017 – More than 1,000 protesters rallied outside U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer's Park Slope apartment building Tuesday as pressure mounts on the Democratic leader to resist President Donald Trump's cabinet picks. Schumer has voted yes on four of Trump's cabinet choices, angering many constituents who see any cooperation with Trump as a betrayal. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

March to protest President Donald Trump Travel Ban, New York USA

New York, USA - 29 January, 2017 – A variety of activists and organizations demonstrated against U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order banning entry to the U.S. by residents of seven Muslim-majority countries at Battery Park in Lower Manhattan. Participants said they want to show solidarity with the refugees and immigrants being detained at airports around the country. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Tens of Thousands Attend Women's March In New York USA

New York, USA - 21 January, 2017 – One day after his inauguration as the 45th. U.S. president, tens of thousands of women and men, of all ages and backgrounds, marched in New York City protesting the administration of Donald Trump. The marchers voiced various concerns including: reproduction, immigrants and civil rights. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Protesting Donald Trump the night before his inauguration, New York USA

New York, USA - 19 January, 2017 - Led by groups including Greenpeace and MoveOn thousands of protesters, including the Mayor of New York and multiple celebrities voiced their opposition to the incoming administration of Donald Trump, outside of the Trump International Hotel and Tower on Central Park West. Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th. President of the U.S., Friday, 20 January, 2017 in Washington, D.C. To date this had been of of the largest anti-Trump protest. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

16th. Annual No Pants Subway Ride, New York USA

New York, USA – 08 January, 2017 –  The 16th. Annual ‘No Pants Subway Ride’ took place on Sunday, January 8th, 2017 in New York City and in over 60 cities around the world and 20 countries. The event was started in 2002 by Improv Everywhere, a New York City-based prank collective that causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places. Participants gathered at 7 staging points around the City for a quick briefing before going underground into the subways system and ended at Union Square in Lower Manhattan. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Dump Trump Crawl Protest, New York USA

New York, NY, USA – 05 January, 2017 – A protest group calling themselves ‘The NYC Trump Resistance Group’ staged a protest event called ‘Dump Trump Crawl Protest’ to call out U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and his team on their many possible conflicts-of-interest, by stopping at various Trump properties in New York City on 05 January, 2017. Starting at a Trump building on Park Avenue, they marched passed well known Trump proprieties in Manhattan, highlighting potential conflicts-of-interest for the incoming U.S. President who will be sworn into office on 20 January, 2017. The march ended at the Trump International Hotel on Central Park West. Credit: © G. Ronald Lopez /DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

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