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Greenwich Village »

Caffe Dante to Be Replaced by Small Plates Restaurant With Raw Bar

Documents obtained by DNAinfo New York show plans for a highly stylized eatery from an AvroKO exec.

Central Harlem »

Breakin' Convention Celebrates Hip Hop Culture at the Apollo

Over 100 artists from around the globe and New York City will transform Apollo Theater.

Upper West Side »

Dwight School Mission Balances Global Vision with Homey Atmosphere

Head of School Dianne Drew said Dwight is known for its welcoming atmosphere and international focus.

New York City »

NYPD Increases Coverage of British Consulate in Wake of Woolwich Attack

The NYPD has increased coverage of the British consulate following Wednesday's attack in London.

Upper East Side »

Widow Uses Bigwig Investor's $22M Estate Like Piggy Bank, Suit Claims

The daughter of an Upper East Side investor said his widow siphons more than $50,000-a-month.

New York City »

Bill Bratton May Choose to Run London Cops Instead of NYPD

Former NYPD top cop could take himself out of running here if British law is changed.  

Kew Gardens »

Kew Gardens Movie House Sings With Opera Screenings

Kew Gardens Cinemas is kicking off its “opera season.”

Lincoln Square »

Fashion Week Spectators Find Chic Ways to Beat Rainy Weather

Fashion Week attendees found creative ways to shield themselves from damp weather Saturday.

East Village »

'Naked Girls Reading' Binds Books with Bods in East Village

The nude reading series took on "Myths & Legends" at the Under St. Mark's theater.

New York City »

Where to Watch the 2012 Olympics New York scoured the city for places to watch the 2012 Olympics.

New York City »

Yankee Stadium Hosts First-Ever Soccer Match

Chelsea played Paris Saint-Germain to a 1-1 draw at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx Sunday night.

New York City »

Two New Yorkers Make Summer Olympic Team

Fort Greene swimmer Lia Neal and John Orozco of the Bronx will compete in the 2012 Games.

St. George »

Staten Island Ferris Wheel Could be Top Tourist Destination, Mayor Says

Mayor Bloomberg said the proposed London Eye-style wheel would be a huge tourist draw for Staten Island.

Manhattan »

Concert Pianist Hid $1M Hamptons Home to Get Subsidy for TriBeCa Apartment

Carnegie Hall pianist Antonio Fermin, 48, pleaded guilty to stealing $17,815 in housing subsidies.

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.