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Lower East Side »

Gallery Show Features Photos of Sexy Redheaded Men

'RED HOT' is one of 30 shows in the third annual LES Opening Night Art + Fashion event.

Lower East Side »

Street Named for Soviet Spy Should Honor Activist Instead, Nonprofit Says

Henry Street Settlement is renewing a push to rename Samuel Dickstein Plaza for activist Lillian Wald.

East Williamsburg »

8-Story Affordable Housing Building Planned for Grand Street

The East Williamsburg building includes Section 8 housing for very low-income residents. 

Williamsburg »

Woman Hospitalized After Being Struck by Dept. of Ed. Truck on Grand Street

The woman was crossing against the light on Grand Street Tuesday when she was hit, witnesses say.

Williamsburg »

A Taste of Tunisia Comes to Williamsburg

Tunisian siblings are offering a taste of their mother's recipes at a new Grand Street restuarant.

East Harlem »

15-Year-Old Arrested in String of Sexual Assaults and Robberies, Police Say

Kalief Jackson, 15, attacked women in a five day crime spree around Manhattan, police said.

Gramercy »

City Eyes $10M-a-Year East River Ferry Expansion

The city is looking at adding 11 stops across all five boroughs. 

Lower East Side »

Adam Sandler Visits LES Shoe Repairman to Prepare for Latest Role

Adam Sandler scoped out Erik Shoe Repair on Grand Street for the film "The Cobbler."

Lower East Side »

Shoplifter Beats Grocery Store Owner in Head With Skateboard, Police Say

The owner of Eastern Supermarket on Grand Street needed metal plates in his head after the attack.

Little Italy »

Little Italy Mural Celebrates History of Italian Immigration

The street art on Mulberry Street near Grand Street is a tribute to the area, the artist said.

Williamsburg »

Running Store Lets Clients Try Shoes on Replica of Williamsburg Bridge Path

Runners at the Brooklyn Running Company can try shoes on a rubber replica of the bridge's path.

East Williamsburg »

Holdout Record Store Owner Uses Social Security Checks to Stay Open

The owner of Shiree Records lives off Social Security and gets family help to keep his shop open.

East Williamsburg »

Educator Who Allegedly Sexually Abused Students Ran for City Council

Juan Martinez ran for office, led a school district and chaired a Bushwick hospital's community board.

SoHo »

Shop Offering 'Turntable' Watches to Open in SoHo

The Lafayette Street store will sell watches with tiny turntables and boom boxes on their faces.

East Williamsburg »

Asst. Principal and Employee Accused of Rape of Brooklyn Students: Report

The Progress High School assistant principal raped, molested and threatened students, a report says.