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Bergen Beach »

DNAinfo mapped where neighbors complained about such exotic animals as an alligator and caviidae.

Mott Haven »

The artist NOVE is working on a mural at the Mott Haven Academy Charter School.

Rockaway Beach »

The decades-old boardwalk was made from valuable tropical hardwoods that have been repurposed.

Civic Center »

Gov. Cuomo gave state workers an extended lunch break to watch Team USA against Germany the World Cup.

Chelsea »

The fifth annual festival will have both free and ticketed events.

Richmond Hill »

Demostenis Kontizas died suddenly in 2007, a month after getting married and buying life insurance.

Civic Center »

The duo posed as the pop stars' representation to defraud event organizers around the world. 

Bushwick »

Apolo Torres, an artist who spent three months in Bushwick, painted one giant wall before leaving.

Long Island City »

Coffeed, on Northern Boulevard, will also be giving part of its profits to charity.

New York City »

NYC is on track to surpass its record once again, with 52.4 million visitors in 2012.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

A series of surrealist public sculptures have popped up along Broadway, intriguing locals.

Lincoln Square »

African prints, kimonos, turbans, and saris trended at Fashion Week Spring 2013.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Mariuccia Iacovino, from Brazil, was set to play Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the United Palace Cathedral.

Harlem »

New Yorkers and other visitors toured Harlem's historic places on Oct. 16, 2011 for as part of Open House New York.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Five area chess prodigies have gotten so good at such an early age that they are now heading overseas to play against the best young chess minds in the world.