Churro ice cream, lobster corn dogs, vegan empanadas and other perfect Fourth of July weekend treats.
A woman was shopping when a thief snatched her wallet from her stroller, according to a police report.
There's a lot more to do in Brooklyn for Fourth of July weekend than eat hot dogs and watch fireworks.
Booze and views for leisurely summer days.
The Harvest Dome art project got entangled with a sunken vessel lurking in the canal, its creators said.
Double D Pool and Thomas Greene Park will likely be affected by the SuperFund cleanup, officials said.
Pair your local beer with food, music and fun.
The Key Food grocery store at 589 Prospect Ave. will open July 17, the owner said.
The craft beer and sandwich shop has auctioned off its equipment and won't reopen, employees said.
Staging apartments has become critical for selling homes fast and for higher prices, brokers say.
Here's what happens when this bustling metropolis unwinds.
Where to buy locally-made fragrances, soaps and skincare products from independent producers.
The Gowanus Alliance wants to install the famed letters on 10th Street between Second and Third Avenue.
A Rite Aid employee was arrested after allegedly pocketing $1,241, according to a police report.
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