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Rising Rents Shutter 40-Year-Old Gramercy Antique Shop

Irving Barber Shop Antiques is putting its 1,000-item inventory into storage, the owners said.

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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.

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Man Snatches Gold Ring From Elderly Woman in Hospital Bed, Police Say

Celia Medina, 86, was in Beth Israel hospital when a man pulled off her ring, police said.

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Trio Mugs Man for iPhone on Gramercy Corner, Police Say

Three suspects robbed a man of his cellphone and cash at 23rd Street and Third Avenue, police said.

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NYPD to Keep Gramercy Building After Police Academy Moves Out: Sources

The NYPD will do a study to decide how to use the space once the Police Academy moves out.

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Gramercy Library Reopens After 4 Months of Repairs

Epiphany Library reopened on Friday after closing in August for repairs.

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More Bike Racks Rolling Into Gramercy and Midtown East

The Department of Transportation has approved the installation of a dozen new bike racks.

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Residents Push to Convert Police Academy to Public School

The NYPD's Police Academy is moving to Queens, and CB6 wants to turn its Gramercy space into a school.

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Gramercy Food Fest to Serve Pretzel-Crusted Chicken and 'Instant Fondue'

Taste of Gramercy Park invited 21 restaurants to offer samples of their best fall-inspired dishes.

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Wine Bar, Juice Bar and Irish Pub Opening in Gramercy and Kips Bay

A bar that will offer unusual wines by the glass is among newcomers to the neighborhood.

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Kickball Club Wants to Install Lights for Nighttime Games in Gramercy

Some neighbors oppose NYC Social Sports Club's bid to play until 10 p.m. at Peter's Field.

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Friends Seminary's Gramercy Courtyard Gets Much-Needed Makeover

Friends Seminary is renovating its courtyard and adding a new faculty center in time for the fall.

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British Pub on 14th Street to Serve Steak and Kidney Pie and Mushy Peas

The Winslow will offer traditional British dishes when it opens in mid-September.

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Flatiron and Union Square Playgrounds Shower Kids With Heat Relief

Parks in Gramercy, Flatiron, Kips Bay and Union Square have started their sprinklers for the season.

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Elderly Man Killed by MTA Bus on Third Avenue

Boris Kiderman, 80, was killed by a bus at Third Avenue and East 20th Street.

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