Washington Avenue and Sterling Place is now co-named "Gus Vlahavas Place."
The second location of the popular Fort Greene shop is now open at Play Kids on Flatbush Avenue.
DNAinfo ranked the city's schools based on the results of their fourth grade English and math tests.
Some locations will be extending their hours to stay open seven days a week.
Nearly 1.5 million New Yorkers lived in 272,533 crowded dwellings in 2013.
An online retailer is selling a $89.95 Pizza Rat costume that offers very little fabric for the price.
The shuttle was suspended Friday night after a tree near the Botanic Garden fell, according to the MTA.
Residents can vote on projects they'd like to see funded through the participatory budgeting program.
The absence of programs in central Brooklyn is a "blemish" on education in the city, a councilman says.
At Brooklyn Prospect Charter, kids opt into an Embedded Honors program but remain in the same class.
City schools are 70 percent black and Hispanic, but their G&T programs are 70 percent white and Asian.
Senior homeowners are prime targets for scammers. The city and nonprofits hope to help.
Bandanas and scarves, collars, halter bras — there’s many ways to show off this elegant body part.
DNAinfo analyzed NYC's 2014 gifted and talented data and found patterns of racial segregation.
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