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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

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.

Forest Hills »

Influx of High-End Restaurants Builds Queens Into a Fine Dining Destination

Queens has a growing number of fine dining restaurants, including one with a Michelin star.

Long Island City »

Lunchtime Dance Party Boogies From Queens to Manhattan

Lunch Beat will target the tech startup community in the Flatiron District.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Theater Brings Diverse Tales to Hell's Kitchen

"The Jackson Heights Trilogy" will have a four-week run at the 777 Theatre in Hell's Kitchen.

Forest Hills »

Masala Bhangra Brings 'Spicy' Indian Dance Workout to Forest Hills

A yoga studio in Forest Hills recently introduced Masala Bhangra.  

Upper West Side »

Rare Handmade Trains Delight Kids and Adults at the Historical Society

Hundreds of vintage train models in mint condition are on display through Jan. 6, 2013.

Upper West Side »

Sandy Evacuees and Hosts Struggle to Maintain Patience, Hospitality

Many city residents are packing their apartment to capacity with hurricane-displaced houseguests.

Brooklyn Heights »

Lena Dunham Apologizes for Offensive Canadian Tweets

Lena Dunham apologized for tweeting about dressing up as Canadian serial killers for Halloween.

East Village & Lower East Side »

New East Village Bakery to Put a Fresh Spin on Sweets

Zucker Bakery on East Ninth Street will incorporate the Mediterranean traditions of its native Israeli owner.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Guggenheim Art Space on E. 1st Street Taking Shape

Construction of the space's temporary "toolbox" structure is nearly complete prior to its Aug. 3 opening.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Guggenheim Unveils Pop-Up Project for Derelict East Village Lot

The Guggenheim Museum will build a temporary arts space on a rat-infested East Village lot.

Manhattan »

Bloomberg Pushes for High Speed Rail

The mayor testified in favor of expanding high speed rail at a Congressional Hearing in Grand Central Terminal.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Guggenheim to Convert Rat-Infested East Village Lot Into Community Space

The museum is proposing to build a temporary community space in a rat-ridden

Downtown »

Islamic Militant Who Triggered European Terror Alert Has 9/11 Connection

The 36-year-old German man attended the same mosque as the 9/11 plotters, officials said.

Manhattan »

Is Woody Allen Defecting to Europe?

New York's beloved filmmaker said it's become too expensive to make movies in the city.

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