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The Battery's Long Awaited Aquatic-Themed Carousel Slated to Open Aug. 20

The whimsical SeaGlass Carousel, with its 30 custom-made fish, is finally opening after years of delays.

TriBeCa »

Tribeca Cinemas Quietly Shutters With Building Up for Sale

The 12-year-old home to the Tribeca Film Festival has closed its doors.

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Artist's 90-Foot Mural Beautifies TriBeCa Park

A long, colorful mural now covers a wall at Washington Market Park.

Battery Park City »

$12K Motorcycle Swiped From Battery Park City

The Yamaha motorcycle was stolen from the street.

Financial District »

Man Repeatedly Punches Traffic Agent in the Face Over Parking Ticket: NYPD

A 30-year-old was arrested for punching a traffic agent in the face, police said.

Civic Center »

Park Enforcement Officer Kicked in Face While Trying to Ticket Vendor: NYPD

A man was arrested for kicking a Park Enforcement Patrol Officer in the face, police said.

SoHo »

Nearly $33K in Suits, Glasses and a Watch Stolen From SoHo Man's Car: NYPD

Lots of pricey personal items were stolen from a SoHo man's car, police said.

Financial District »

Expert Advice on Eating at 1WTC's Restaurants: Don't Do it

The food is overpriced and underwhelming, according to an Eater review.

Governors Island »

George Clinton to Get Funky at Governors Island July 3 BBQ Bash

Legendary funk musician George Clinton is headlining the "Funk n' Cue" music and BBQ fest on July 3.

Financial District »

Organic Bakery Chain Le Pain Quotidien Opening FiDi location

The cafe, known for its fresh breads and organic fare, is opening on Broad Street.

South Street Seaport »

Seaport Named One of the Most Endangered Historic Sites in the Country

The neighborhood, under controversial development, was added to the most endangered historic sites list.

TriBeCa »

Lower Manhattan Recorded No Gun Violence Since 2013 Despite Citywide Rise

Shootings in the 1st Precinct have been rare for at least the past 15 years, police say.

Financial District »

WTC Block Closed Since 9/11 Reopens To Foot Traffic

A stretch of Greenwich Street has reopened after being blocked since the Sept. 11 attacks.

Financial District »

Robbers Grab Man's Fallen iPhone From Train Tracks, Then Punch Him: NYPD

A man accidentally dropped his phone on the subway tracks, and then had it snatched, police said.

TriBeCa »

App Lets You Use a Clean Bathroom for $25 a Month

The app gives users access to a network of clean restrooms inside restaurants.