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Greenpoint »

Brooklyn Art Dealer Accused of Selling Stolen Ancient Artifacts for $500K

Manhattan prosecutors say in court papers Nayef Homsi is expected to be arrested in the near future.

Forest Hills »

Learn How to Use Spices While Cooking Vegan at Forest Hills Workshop

Cookbook author Evelyn Banker will hold a workshop on March 2 at The Central Queens Y.

Rockaway Beach »

Women Surfers From Around the Globe Take the Screen at Rockaway Film Fest

Women of the Seven Seas will show a slate of movies on Saturday, Aug. 16.

Clinton Hill »

Clothing Designer Keeps a Dying Indian Print Tradition Alive in Brooklyn

Samara Mahendru uses a traditional Indian hand block printing method to make children's wear in Brooklyn.

New York City »

Competitive Yogis to Contort in Times Square Contest

Hundreds of yogis will compete in New York this week.

Murray Hill »

Indian-Pakistani Fast Food Joint Looks to Expand Out of Curry Hill

Desi Shack plans to open two new Manhattan locations within the year.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Theater Brings Diverse Tales to Hell's Kitchen

"The Jackson Heights Trilogy" will have a four-week run at the 777 Theatre in Hell's Kitchen.

Forest Hills »

Masala Bhangra Brings 'Spicy' Indian Dance Workout to Forest Hills

A yoga studio in Forest Hills recently introduced Masala Bhangra.  

New York City »

City on Track for Record 52.4 Million Visitors in 2012

NYC is on track to surpass its record once again, with 52.4 million visitors in 2012.

Lincoln Square »

Around the World Styles Find a Home in Fashion Week

African prints, kimonos, turbans, and saris trended at Fashion Week Spring 2013.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Whole Foods Spices Up Indian Cuisine with In-Store 'Dosateria'

Whole Foods Market in TriBeCa opens its new in-store Dosateria.  

Midtown »

Sikh MTA Workers Relieved They Can Wear Turbans Freely

After a long legal battle, Sikh MTA workers can finally wear their turbans without an MTA logo.

Midtown & Theater District »

Hakkasan, the 'Chinese Nobu,' Opens in Midtown

Hakkasan, which has been called a "Chinese Nobu," opens to the public on Tuesday, April 3.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Bipolar Woman Who Threw Baby Into Hudson River to Be Reunited with Family

Devi Silvia will be allowed to return to her children in India, a judge ordered Friday.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Mom Who Tossed Baby Daughter in Hudson Takes Insanity Plea Deal

Devi Silvia, 34, admitted to tossing her 19-month-old child into the frigid Hudson River last year.