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Midtown »

Hero Sculptures to Take Stand Outside Bryant Park

A pair of 13-foot-tall statutes will be installed near Bryant Park later this month.

Midtown »

Street Artists Turn Midtown Building into Massive Graffiti Canvas

Artists Max Bode, Don Rimx, Chor Boogie and Natalia Rak are painting a 25-foot-by-100-foot mural.

Midtown »

Avenue of Americas Businesses Forming New BID in Midtown

The Avenue of the Americas business improvement district is expected to be formed in 9 to 15 months.

Times Square & Theater District »

Woman Struck by Vehicle Near Rockefeller Center

The unidentified woman was hit at West 46th Street and Sixth Avenue, the FDNY said.

West Village »

Boyfriend of LGBT Woman Slashed in W. 3rd St. McDonald's Hate-Crime Attack

The suspect allegedly hurled an anti-gay slur at a man and his transgender girlfriend.

Chelsea »

Eight People Hurt in Two-Car Accident on Sixth Avenue

The two cars crashed in front of 574 Sixth Avenue early Wednesday, officials said.

West Village »

Woman on Scooter Killed by Tractor Trailer Truck on Sixth Avenue

A woman, 58, riding a foot scooter, was hit near West Houston and dragged for two blocks.

Greenwich Village »

Body Discovered on Tracks at Sixth Avenue Subway Station

The discovery of the body forced officials to shut off power at the West 14th Street station.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Poor Health Grades Hidden by Some Greenwich Village Restaurants

Some restaurants in the Village are doing their best to hide their less than perfect sanitation grades. 

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Russian Grandeur Coming to Former Greenwich Village Pizza Spot

A lavish Russian restaurant is scheduled to open where a Greenwich Village Pizzeria Uno used to be.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

'The Growler Station' to Offer Beer-to-Go in Greenwich Village

"The Growler Station," which will offer fresh beer in to-go jugs, has signed a lease at 26 W. 8th St.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Jefferson Market Closed Forever, Owner Says

Jefferson Market, the gourmet grocery store founded in 1929, has closed for good, according to its owner.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Fire Breaks Out Next Door to Anderson Cooper's Firehouse

Anderson Cooper's renovated firehouse apartment wasn't much use to his new neighbors when their building caught fire.

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