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Williamsburg »

Fashionista Takes Her Style on the Road With Boutique in a Truck

A Bronx entrepreneur bought a truck when she found rents were too high to open a boutique.

Midtown East »

Organic Avenue Closing 3 Manhattan Cafes for Renovations

Organic Avenue is shutting spots in Midtown East, Chelsea and the Upper West Side for 3 to 6 weeks.

Chelsea »

Suspect in Kidnapping Try Has History of Attempted Baby Snatchings: NYPD

Tara Anne McDonald, 46, has tried to steal seven children in the last 20 years, according to the NYPD.

Upper East Side »

4 Things To Do in New York City This Week

We rounded up the best things to see, do and hear this week.

Union Square »

DOE Delays Decision on Whether to Expand Chelsea Middle School

The Clinton School for Writers and Artists planned to move to Union Square by 2015.

Upper West Side »

Co-op Owners Now Have Their Own Social Networking Site

My Coop aims to help residents get to know each other and organize for building improvements.  

Chelsea »

Duffle Coats Lead Military Charge on Winter Streets

What clothes-conscious urban men are wearing during winter 2014.

Chelsea »

'Gay Santas' Plan LGBT-Friendly SantaCon Detour

LGBT revelers are splitting up from the rowdy pub crawl to host their own version.

TriBeCa »

Two Upscale Mexican Restaurants Headed to TriBeCa

Hell's Kitchen favorite Añejo and new Mexican seafood restaurant Pescado are opening Downtown.

Bed-Stuy »

New Exhibit From Russell Simmons' Brother Opens in Bed-Stuy

Danny Simmons' "Noisy in the Next Room" opens on Sunday.

Bed-Stuy »

Laundromat Art Festival Celebrates Underserved Communities

The Laundromat Project's Field Day is a three-site arts celebration in Bed-Stuy, Hunts Point and Harlem.

Chelsea »

In Chelsea, The Future Is Now Exhibit Spotlights What Lies Ahead

The weekend-long invitational exhibition features the work of 50 contemporary artists.

TriBeCa »

Gay Pride Marches Downtown

Several Gay Pride weekend events are heading to TriBeCa's Pier 26, thanks to Pier 54's disrepair.

Upper West Side »

Ray Kelly Defends Police Chase that Ended in Death of 4-Year-Old Girl

Commissioner Ray Kelly defended the actions of the officers behind the pursuit that left a girl dead.

New York City »

Neighborhood Chefs Rake It In at the James Beard Awards

Restaurants on the Lower East Side, Chelsea, the Village, Williamsburg and Midtown all scored top honors.

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