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Lower East Side »

WATCH: Metal Security Gates Get Makeover on Lower East Side

Artists with the "100 Gates Project" are spray-painting murals to beautify roll-down security gates.

SoHo »

'Wild Man of SoHo' Was Increasingly Hostile Before Scissors Attack: Locals

Residents said not enough was done to keep Richard Pearson, 49, off the streets.

Greenwich Village »

Man Chases Mugger Through Subway Tunnel to Retrieve $94, Lighter

The victim chased the accused thief underground from station to station.

SoHo »

Top 10 Things to Know Ahead of Shopping on Black Friday

Professional shoppers give us tips for surviving the craziest shopping day of the year.

Lower East Side »

Thieves Steal $60K From LES Whole Foods, Police Say

Employees were robbed at gunpoint about 10 p.m. Sunday, the NYPD said.

SoHo »

Motorcyclist Killed in Collision on Houston Street

Larry Olavarria, 32, was killed in a crash at West Houston Street and LaGuardia Place.

Lower East Side »

Graffiti Artists Paint Mural to Promote First New York Gallery Show

Pose and Revok created a mural on the Lower East Side wall just before opening an art show in Chelsea.

NoHo »

New Bobby Flay-Owned NoHo Restaurant Bolo Wins Liquor License Support

The Food Network regular is resurrecting his former Flatiron District Spanish eatery Bolo.

Lower East Side »

Police Release Sketch of Suspect in East River Park Sex Attack

The man is accused of attacking a jogger in the middle of the day, police said.

Lower East Side »

Flying Trapeze Center Set to Swing Into Lower East Side

The city's Parks Department is looking for an operator to run a trapeze center in Hamilton Fish Park.

Lower East Side »

Cops Hunting Three Suspects Accused of Beating Up, Robbing Taxi Driver

Police say three people beat up and robbed a cab driver on the Lower East Side Saturday morning.

Lower East Side »

Forum to Help LES Small Businesses Recover from Hurricane Sandy

An event to help Lower East Side businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy will be held Nov. 9.

Lower East Side »

Longtime LES Businesses Star in 'Living History' Eyewear Campaign

Longtime business owners and local personalities star in Moscot's new advertising campaign.

New York City »

New Yorkers Hop Aboard the Homebrewing Craze During Oktoberfest

Just in time for Oktoberfest, homebrewing is gaining popularity across the city.  

Little Italy »

Groups Want to Revive Gambling and 'Grease Pole' at San Gennaro Fest

Little Italy groups want the city to reinstate church basement poker and a greased pole climb contest.