Romaine Reynolds cut a man in the neck with a fork and threatened him with a steak knife, police said.
The school, slated to open on Jan. 5, will teach students how to work and play at casinos.
Tres Carnes is bringing its smoked meats and Tex-Mex dishes to Second Avenue and 44th Street.
British artist Tony Gragg's series of bronze sculptures will be on display from Sept. 18 to Feb. 8.
Barry Hamadou followed one woman into a bathroom and another into an elevator, police said.
Belgian Beer Café will launch at 220 Fifth Ave., overlooking Madison Square Park, at the end of August.
Bobby Robinson Jr. was arrested after he told an officer he had a gun in his car, police said.
Chat 'n Chew, a comfort food spot that opened near Union Square 22 years ago, will become Little Sal's.
Obicá is opening on Broadway July 24 with an open pizza station and a mozzarella bar for tastings.
The woman, 24, stuffed the goods into her purse, officials said.
A speakeasy and restaurant are opening in a former rectory that's now part of Limelight Marketplace.
Three men were charged with promoting gambling after police infiltrated their poker game, the DA said.
Madison Square Park's free outdoor concert series kicks off on June 18.
Eataly launched its Nutella Bar on Monday, offering free samples.
A 23-year-old woman was injured when a bouncer at Ace Hotel threw her out, police said.
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