The 30 mph limit had been in place since 1964.
Contestants will deliver their best pickle-related puns for a mystery prize on Oct. 19.
Takeam Brison attacked the woman when she told him to stop using homophobic slurs, police said.
The Delancey Street diner is closing after 35 years to make way for the Essex Crossing development.
The owner traveled around the world before settling in as a perfume salesman in the 1990s.
A straphanger fell onto the J train tracks Monday evening, officials said.
Pickle truffles and pickled peach ice cream are on the menu for the Orchard Street festival Sunday.
A driver brought his passenger to The Bronx, where the rider suddenly turned on him, police said.
The DL agreed to close its windows and roof during big parties and add an extra pane of glass to windows.
The G will run more frequently during the evening rush.
An M14 driver was attacked aboard her bus near the FDR Drive, officials said.
A Lower East Side resident of 30 years said the kickball league was more annoying than drug gangs.
A trio of chickens is living at the M'Finda Kalunga Community Garden for the summer.
Moscot sought to recreate its historic decor at a new store at 108 Orchard St.
The Lower East Side Business Improvement District will install the artwork on a 200-foot public canvas.
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