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Stuy Town »

Man Charged in Separate Manhattan Rape Attempts, Police Say

Juan Scott, 26, hid in a tree after attacking a 20-year-old woman in Stuyvesant Town, police said.

Park Slope »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

From a Park Slope Ebola scare to complaints of "Internet people," check out the week's popular stories.

Upper East Side »

Baby DJ School Brings Beats to Upper East Side

Musician Natalie Weiss offers DJ classes for children as young as 3 months.

East Village »

Archaeologists Have Recreated Beer From the 1800s and it Tastes Minty

Archaeologists found a recipe for 19th-century California Pop Beer after discovering an old beer bottle.

East Village »

Get Your Taste of the 'Elixir of Long Life' at This Pub Crawl

Try an 1800s recipe for fending off death on July 19, as part of a pub crawl led by archaeologists.

Port Morris »

City Breweries Offer Seasonal Beers to Quench Summer Thirsts

DNAinfo compiled a list of some of the best summer beers from local breweries across the five boroughs.

Lower East Side »

'Elixir of Long Life' Recreated From 1800s Bottle Unearthed on Bowery

Archaeologists tracked down the German recipe after finding a tiny glass bottle beneath a Bowery site.

South Street Seaport »

Where to Watch Free Movies Downtown This Summer

There are plenty of opportunities to catch free movies, mostly under the stars, this summer.

Greenwich Village »

From FBI to IPA: Former G-Man Opens Craft Beer Bar in the Village

Don Borelli, a 25-year veteran of the FBI, is celebrating his love of craft beer.

Kips Bay »

Owners of Drop Off Service to Open Craft Beer Bar in Kips Bay

Martin and Laura Kynaston are opening a bar featuring unusual European beers and a fireplace.

Fort Greene »

Free Macarons Up for Grabs at NYC Macaron Day

Macaron Day NYC, an annual event organized by Chef Francois Payard, will take place on March 20th.

Gramercy »

Crocodile Lounge Remains Closed After Mice Stick Around for Reinspection

Crocodile Lounge was ordered to remain closed after a reinspection found evidence of live mice.

Lower East Side »

Beastie Boys Street Naming Back on Community Board's Agenda

After being rejected in January, an application to co-name a LES intersection is back on the agenda.

TriBeCa »

Lost Pup Sought by Animal Detectives Returns Home

Rescue dog Georgie went missing on Christmas Day.

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