Jimmy Van Bramer introduced a bill Tuesday that would require more public input for publicly-funded art.
The artwork takes aim at the costs of a city's plan to install another sculpture nearby.
The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, F, G, N, Q, 42nd Street S and Franklin Avenue S will all be impacted.
The would-be rapist ran off when the woman screamed, police said.
The blaze at 10-39 51st St. left nine people injured, all of them first responders.
Mayor Bill de Blasio marched in the 22nd annual pride parade in Jackson Heights, a "historic" moment.
The Creek and the Cave boasts seven pinball machines, the most anywhere in Queens, the owner said.
The MTA reported delays on a host of trains during Tuesday's commute.
The 4, 6, 7, A, C, D, F, J, L, M, N, Q, R, S and Staten Island Railway lines will all be affected.
CB2 rejected the developer's application, but warned it could not stop 5Pointz from being torn down.
Tiny You at 10-50 Jackson Ave. sells clothes, toys and accessories for newborns and kids up to age eight.
Michael Rock allegedly pointed a gun at an officer while being pursued down Home Street.
A public hearing to discuss plans for the iconic graffiti center drew harsh opposition from artists.
Residents say they've lost nearly a block of parking spaces on 47th Road to authorized vehicles.
Construction at the graffiti mecca site is expected to begin later this year.
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