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Cabbie Got 3,000 Free Rides Across Bridge by Tailgating Other Cars, DA Says

Rodolfo Sanchez coasted behind other drivers to get $28,000 in free trips, according to the Queens DA.

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Bill to Put Alarms on School Exits Needed as Pre-K Expands, Councilman Says

A new bill that would alarm elementary school exits is crucial with universal pre-K, its sponsor says.

Midtown »

With Cause of Death Inconclusive, Avonte's Family Looks to NYPD's Files

Avonte Oquendo's family asked to look at the NYPD's investigation into the death of the autistic teen.

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Latest Round of 5Pointz Graffiti Covered as Owners Vow to Keep Walls White

The building's owner said he'll cover up any new tags every day.

Civic Center »

Police Pored Over Hundreds of Tips and Video in Search for Avonte Oquendo

Investigators said they've looked at nearly 500 videos searching for the missing autistic teen.

Rockaway Beach »

Honey Festival Gets Rockaway Sweet on Bees This Weekend

A variety of vendors will sell everything inspired by bees, from honey to t-shirts.

Flushing »

Get Out and Do This: Tennis Fun, Circus Celebs and Awesome Architecture

A selection of things to do in New York City between Aug. 19 and 26.

SoHo »

Food Truck Hauls Around Its Own ATM

Latin fusion food truck Blend Express lets customers skip lunchtime bank lines by toting its own ATM.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy, Brew or Die! New Beer-Maker Arrives in Neighborhood

The owner of Long Island City's Alewife has teamed up with a friend to launch the brewery.

Lower East Side »

Eva Moskowitz's Success Academy Aims to Open 6 New Charter Schools in 2014

The controversial charter school chain wants to open six new outposts in Queens, the Bronx and Manhattan.

New York City »

Paleo Delivery Service Offers Prehistoric Food to CrossFit Fans

CrossFit enthusiasts will be able to beat post-workout hunger with a new Paleo meal delivery service.

Long Island City »

Vacant Long Island City Bank-Turned Art Exhibit Debuts this Week

An art exhibit opening Wednesday reveals the transformed Bank of Manhattan Building in Queens Plaza.

New York City »

City's Bike Share Program to Launch in May After Sandy Damaged Some Gear

Equipment and bikes were damaged during the storm, pushing back the launch date by two months.

Long Island City »

Hunters Point Ice Cream Shop Debuts Holiday Flavors

Malu in Hunters Point is offering winter-inspired flavors: gingerbread, eggnog chip and candy cane.

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Queens Artists Star in Risque 2013 Calendar

Queens art collective Flux Factory launched their calendar, (Wo)(Men) of Flux, in time for the holidays.