"Public Morals," a new series written and directed by Burns, is about the NYPD in the 1960s.
Villagers want to rename the corner of Bedford and Grove streets for Larry Selman, who died in 2013.
The Dessert Club on Bedford Street is an outpost of the East Village's ChikaLicious.
Bedford Street residents are suing to keep the historic speakeasy closed for good.
Sixteen firefighters at a Sixth Avenue firehouse have been killed on the job in the past 20 years.
The trio spent big bucks at Fantasy Party and Tic Tac Toe before being cuffed at McDonald's.
Rent for the Bedford Street storefront more than doubled, the store owner said.
The Barrow Street home is located in Bil Baird's former puppet theater.
Part of Grove Street could be closed to traffic every weekday during the school year.
Some neighbors of the ex-speakeasy are asking for earlier closing hours to keep Bedford Street quiet.
Larry Selman's dog Penny has new owners, and can run free in a backyard.
Penny, the beagle and Australian shepherd mix who never left Larry Selman's side, needs a new owner.
Neighborhood fixture Larry Selman, known for his tireless charity fundraising, died Sunday.
Health inspectors found "filth flies," evidence of mice and practices that exposed food to contamination.
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