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TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Arts Center Looking for Writers and Performers for Fall Workshop

The free, 12-week Writers-in-Performance workshop and showcase will run through December.

East Harlem »

Confessed Killer of Italian Student Sentenced to 25 Years to Life in Prison

Bakary Camara was sentenced Wednesday for the brutal slaying of 36-year-old Rita Morelli.

East Harlem »

Days Before Trial, Man Accused of Killing Italian Student Pleads Guilty

Bakary Camara pleaded guilty to killing student Rita Morelli Monday as his trial was set to begin.

Financial District »

Students Return to Rebuilt Fiterman Hall 11 Years After 9/11

BMCC's new 14-story Fiterman Hall is now open one block from the World Trade Center site.

New York City »

Ray Kelly Met Black and Latino Council Members to Discuss Gun Violence

Raymond Kelly met with members of the Black, Latino and Asian Caucus after a rise in shootings.

East Harlem »

Man Accused of Killing Italian Student Hit With New Charges

Bakary Camara now faces first-degree murder, rape and other charges for the stabbing of Rita Morelli.

Harlem »

Rita Morelli Murder Suspect Will Undergo Psych Exam

Bakary Camara, 41, is charged with the murder of an Italian woman he once dated, Rita Morelli.

Harlem »

Rita Morelli Murder Suspect Said 'Evil Spell' Led Him to Kill, Cops Say

Suspected murderer Bakary Camara told police that an 'evil spell' led him to allegedly kill Rita Morelli.

Harlem »

Rita Morelli Murder Suspect Arrested in the Bronx

Bakary Camara, of The Bronx, was arrested for the murder of East Harlem student Rita Morelli.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Forum Will Explore Hurdles Still Facing Same-Sex Couples

Elected officials will discuss a range of issues LGBT couples still face in aftermath of the legalization of gay marriage in New York.

Manhattan »

Downtown Community College Students Walk Out of Class to Protest Budget Cuts

Several dozen students at the Borough of Manhattan Community College staged a walkout Thursday.

Downtown »

City Council Offers Women Entrepeneurs Tips for New Businesses

Women have historically had more trouble securing loans, lenders said.

Downtown »

New College Building Rises North of Ground Zero

Fiterman Hall is scheduled to open in September 2012.