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Grill Your Own Korean Food and Sing Karaoke at Bar Opening in TriBeCa

Andy Lau, an owner of FiDi's Bonchon Chicken and Mike's Noodle House, is opening Gunbae in March.

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Downtown Panel Will Tackle Legacy of One of Nation's Deadliest Race Riots

A panel will discuss the implications of the Elaine Race Massacre on Sept. 20 at St. Paul's Chapel.

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Watch Joan Rivers Documentary in TriBeCa to Benefit Her Favorite Charity

"Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work" will be shown at Tribeca Cinemas to benefit God's Love We Deliver.

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Robber Bites Man on Neck at Varick Street Subway Station, Police Say

Alajuwon Aleem, 22, bit a man who tried to stop him from stealing a friend's purse, police said.

Governors Island »

Governors Island Art Fair Turns 100 Barrack Rooms Into Galleries

The seventh annual Governors Island Art Fair runs every weekend in September.

Financial District »

Water Street Greenmarket to Offer Hard Cider and Produce

A new greenmarket is coming to Water Street, at Coenties Slip, each Thursday through Nov. 20.

TriBeCa »

Artists' View of NYC Subway Experience Rolls Into TriBeCa Gallery

Check out eight artists' photos of the straphanger experience at Soho Photo Gallery, starting Oct. 8.

Financial District »

New York Commemorates 13th Anniversary of 9/11

Families gathered at the 9/11 Memorial plaza to remember the nearly 3,000 victims of the 9/11 attacks.

Financial District »

Where to Commemorate 9/11 in Lower Manhattan This Year

DNAinfo compiled a list of Downtown gatherings to mark the 13th anniversary of 9/11.

Financial District »

Sephora Security Guard Attacked by Shoplifters Who Swiped Perfume: Police

Two women were arrested for punching a guard after grabbing six bottles of perfume, police said.

Financial District »

9/11 Health Fund Should Be Extended to 2041, Elected Officials Say

Lawmakers are calling for a 25-year extension as the federally funded Zadroga Act prepares to expire.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Arts Center Looking for Writers and Performers for Fall Workshop

The free, 12-week Writers-in-Performance workshop and showcase will run through December.

East Village »

Archaeologists Have Recreated Beer From the 1800s and it Tastes Minty

Archaeologists found a recipe for 19th-century California Pop Beer after discovering an old beer bottle.

Civic Center »

Video Shows Tourist Climbing Brooklyn Bridge to Take Photos, Police Say

Yaroslav Kolchin, 24, was arrested Sunday for scaling the Brooklyn Bridge, police said. 

TriBeCa »

Visit a Floating Library on a Historic Ship Docked in the Hudson River

A pop-up library will come onboard the historic Steamship Lilac, which is docked at Pier 25.

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