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'Portrait Project' Lets Underserved Teens Imagine Their Dream Futures

The Art Start exhibit, inside the Seaport's Cannon's Walk, is on display through December.

Financial District »

Starbucks Looking to Serve Beer and Wine at 2 Financial District Cafes

The coffee mega-chain recently began serving beer and wine at a location in Williamsburg.

Governors Island »

Personal Photos Capture Life on Governors Island During Coast Guard Years

A new exhibit gives a glimpse into life on the island when Coast Guard families made it their home.

Financial District »

City to Fund $100 Million in Storm Protections for Lower Manhattan

The city is investing $100 million for new storm protections for Lower Manhattan.

South Street Seaport »

Man Attacked, Robbed of Cash, Sneakers and iPhone in Seaport, Police Say

The man was jumped by two robbers as he walked along Peck Slip, police said.

TriBeCa »

Man Steals More Than $18K in Jewelry From SoHo Apartment, Police Say

A woman's apartment was ransacked by a burglar, who entered through an open window.

SoHo »

$2,500 Marc Jacobs Bag Swiped From Store's Window Display, Police Say

An electric blue bag was stolen from the designer's SoHo shop, police said. 

TriBeCa »

$700 in Cash, Electronics Swiped From TriBeCa Cocktail Bar Weather Up: NYPD

The Duane Street cocktail bar was burglarized last week, police said.

TriBeCa »

Help a TriBeCa Homeless Shelter End its 'Clothing Crisis'

The New York Rescue Mission is looking for all types of men's and women's clothing.

TriBeCa »

Stories of Slave Trade on Display in Historic Ship Docked in TriBeCa

The Spirits of the Passage exhibit details the brutal journey of millions of Africans.

Financial District »

Thief Steals Sanitation Worker's Uniform, $1K in Electronics From Car: NYPD

The car, parked on Pearl and Dover Streets, was broken into last week, police said.

Financial District »

Hundreds Line Up For First Twirl on SeaGlass Carousel's Opening Day

The under-sea themed carousel was a hit with young and old on its opening day.

Governors Island »

See Mary Ellen Mark's Final Photo Series On Display at Governors Island

The posthumous series captures residents of New Orleans nearly 10 years after Hurricane Katrina.

TriBeCa »

Where Does TriBeCa End and FiDi Begin? Draw Your Own Border

Draw your neighborhood outlines and see what your neighbors think on this interactive map.

TriBeCa »

Hudson River Park's Blues BBQ Heads South to TriBeCa's Pier 26 This Weekend

The free blues concert, with some tasty bites from noted NYC BBQ spots, is slated for Aug. 22.