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Clinton World War I Memorial Gets $70K Gift From Flanders

The statue in DeWitt Clinton Park will be maintained using the money from the Flemish government.

Midtown »

April Showers Freeze as Snow Returns to New York

A freeze warning was in place Wednesday morning.

Upper West Side »

Dwight School Mission Balances Global Vision with Homey Atmosphere

Head of School Dianne Drew said Dwight is known for its welcoming atmosphere and international focus.

Financial District »

First Piece of WTC Spire Hoisted Atop High-Rise

The first section of the WTC spire was hoisted atop the building Wednesday morning.

Long Island City »

Funny Ladies to Take the Stage for LIC 'She-Devil' Comedy Festival

A Long Island City comedy club is organizing its first festival for female comedians.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Canadians Sought to Care for WWI Statue in Hell's Kitchen Park

Volunteers at DeWitt Clinton Park are seeking Canadians to care for a memorial statue.

Long Island City »

Queens Music Startup Shares Playlists Picked by Celebs

Justin Bieber is among the stars who put his favorite tunes on Songza.

Lower East Side »

Lower East Side Designer Uses Horse Bridles in Handbag Designs

Lindsey Hufnagel adorns her handmade bags with horse tack like bridles and bits.

Midtown & Theater District »

Dark Dining, Upscale Korean BBQ and Apple Store Coming to Midtown

Dark dining, upscale Korean BBQ, new Apple store coming to Midtown as Swissmaker, Spanish Taverna close.

Midtown & Theater District »

Canadians Celebrate Early Thanksgiving With Turkey, Hockey and Beer

Canadian New Yorkers celebrated Thanksgiving in Midtown Monday with turkey, hockey and beer.

Midtown & Theater District »

'Naked Cowboy Oysters' on the Menu at Manhattan's Top Restaurants

Some of the city's fanciest restaurants, including Tom Colicchio's Craft, are serving oysters named for the Naked Cowboy.

Downtown »

Marathon Skateboard Race Rolls Onto Governors Island

The Adrenalina Skateboard Marathon, a 26.2 mile longboard race, will bring more than a hundred professional and amateur skateboarders to the Island.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Video Game Developer Leaves Chelsea Office for Canada, Report Says

Kaos Studios, the developer behind the Homefront video game, reportedly closed its office on Monday.

Manhattan »

The New York Times Will Charge for Website Access This Month

The New York Times will start using a paywall for access to online content, its publisher said Thursday.

Midtown & Theater District »

75-Year-Old Woman's Pet Cat Snatched by Amtrak

Amtrak officials confirmed they confiscated Mimi the tabby at Penn Station and gave her away.

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