Theater executives were concerned about threats of a 9/11-like, according to reports.
The city's health department closed the popular East Village restaurant after its Dec. 4 inspection.
The East Village institution, which opened in 1904, will close next week, according to reports.
A large truck got stuck on East 57th Street after swerving to avoid another car, the driver said.
Customers can purchase broth-filled coffee cups at Brodo, which recently opened on First Avenue.
East Village Radio is expected to relaunch later this year, according to reports.
Sweet Generation bakery, which is set to open next month, will donate proceeds to arts groups.
The stretch of East Sixth Street between First and Second Avenues will be called Miriam Friedlander Way.
Yaffa Cafe ran its backyard eating area for 31 years, but the city only ruled it illegal last month.
Snowdays Shavery on East 10th Street sells light and fluffy frozen treats that taste like ice cream.
Natasha Harrow was charged with leaving the boy on East 86th Street at night.
Luis Freytes pushed his wife and punched her 11-year-old son when he tried to defend her, police said.
A 34-year-old man was stabbed twice in the abdomen and slashed in the face, the NYPD said.
DOT plans to add new bike lanes along the FDR Drive, First Avenue and several cross streets.
Locals want to honor Richard Coleman with a donation to an organization that fights homelessness.
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