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Opera Singer Hopes Adoption Records Can Prove Italian Roots

Jordanna Rose believes her granddad's records could help her career, court documents say.

Civic Center »

FBI Busts International Mafia Drug Ring, Officials Say

Members of the Gambino and the Ndrangheta families smuggled heroin and cocaine, the FBI said.

TriBeCa »

Late 'Sopranos' Star James Gandolfini Leaves $10 Million to Family and Pals

The actor's will give his son, Michael, first dibs at buying his TriBeCa pad at market value.

TriBeCa »

James Gandolfini Dies of Heart Attack While Traveling in Italy

James Gandolfini, who played mob boss Tony Soprano on the HBO hit series, lived in TriBeCa.

Forest Hills »

New Forest Hills Gourmet Store to Have Massive Beer Selection

Mr. Vino’s Cucina, on Austin Street, will also offer wine and cheese tastings.

Astoria »

Astoria Cobbler Closes His Doors After 45 Years in the Shoe Business

Falco's Shoe Repair on Steinway Street closed this week after nearly half a century in the neighborhood.

Lower East Side »

Perfect Picnic Serves Basket-Ready Sandwiches Out of LES Basement

The Perfect Picnic's new shop serves sandwiches and prepackaged meals out of a Ludlow Street basement. 

Midtown »

Midtown's Casa Nonna Boasts $44 Truffle Pizza

The decadent pizza comes with chopped truffles, truffle oil and shaved truffles on top.

Brooklyn »

Denny's Honors Brooklyn with Spaghetti and Meatballs

Denny's says "Brooklyn spaghetti and meatballs" is the quintessential New York dish.

Williamsburg »

Giglio Procession a Williamsburg Summer Tradition

Faithful to carry a 72-foot tower throughout Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish in Williamsburg on Friday.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Caffe Vita Gives Away Free Coffee to Launch LES Location

Seattle's famed Caffe Vita, at 124 Ludlow St., is giving away free coffee all week.

Manhattan »

Cardinal Timothy Dolan Leads Prayer Service at St. Patrick's Cathedral

Cardinal Timothy Dolan led a prayer service Saturday at St. Patrick's Cathedral praising New York.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Jazz Singer Daniela D'Ercole Dreamed of NY Fame Before Fatal Crash

The bandmate of Italian Jazz Singer Daniela D'Ercole, who was killed by an SUV on 106th Street and Broadway last Thursday, said she dreamed of staying in New York.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Eataly Hosts Italian Food and Wine Fest

Renowned New York chefs will partner with some of their Italian counterparts to present workshops and wine tastings that celebrate Italian cuisine.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

'Kneeling Fireman' Finds Permanent Home Near Grand Central

After almost a decade in storage, the bronze statue of a fireman on bended knee has finally found a permanet home on East 43rd Street.

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