Canopies woven from broken umbrellas and oyster cultivation materials will be on display this summer.
The shoplifter threatened to cut store employees if they didn't let him leave, police said.
As the snow bears down, frenzied New Yorkers are stocking up on food and supplies.
The abstract artwork will be installed in Thomas Paine Park this spring for a temporary exhibit.
Residential and hotel tower 30 Park Place, which stands 926 feet tall, is slated to open in 2016.
Residents fear they've lost an advocate for "getting things done" after Silver was charged with fraud.
Longtime operator Michael Fortenbaugh was forced out of Battery Park City's North Cove Marina.
Police are looking for a thief who smashed his way into two Downtown eateries.
Chopping Block, at 41 John St., serves sandwiches and salads with roasted ingredients.
The fields are available for play from May through September, seven days a week.
Police are looking for a man who smashed his way into Añejo on Church Street.
The Silent Films/Live Music series heads to Battery Park City's Winter Garden from Feb. 17 to 20.
The DOT will add alternate-side parking on 11 blocks in northwestern TriBeCa.
The store will offer discounts on a selection of its wine as it prepares to close.
A pop-up on Water Street offers massages and exercise for your face.
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