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TriBeCa »

Try Carrots Cooked 8 Ways at TriBeCa's Washington Market Tavern

The seasonal Murray Street eatery, which will highlight vegetable dishes, is slated to open on July 21.

South Street Seaport »

'Silent' Dance Party Boogies Down to the South Street Seaport

A dance party that relies on music pumped through headphones is coming to the Seaport July 19.

Financial District »

Thief Swiped Wallet From Elderly Man at Duane Reade, Police Say

Police are looking for a young man who stole a 77-year-old's wallet at a Duane Reade on William Street.

Governors Island »

Help Grow And Eat Farm-Fresh Produce on Governors Island

An 8,000-square-foot educational farm is growing on Governors Island.

South Street Seaport »

Thief Tried to Steal 25 Bottles of Abercrombie & Fitch Cologne, Police Say

A man tried to steal $1,698 worth of the fragrance from the South Street Seaport store, police said.

South Street Seaport »

New Amsterdam Market Shuts Down Suddenly

The longtime outdoor market will not return to South Street to finish its season, its founder said.

Governors Island »

Schnitzel Truck Brings Kosher Food to Governors Island

Schnitzi, which has two brick-and-mortar spots in Brooklyn, serves food on Sundays on the Island.

Financial District »

7 Places Where You Can Drink on the Waterfront This Summer

Throw back some drinks with spectacular river views at these waterfront bars.

Financial District »

9/11 Memorial Plaza Should Be Open 24 Hours a Day, Residents Say

The 9/11 Memorial Plaza is currently open from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Financial District »

Chop't Reopens After Customer Finds Dead Rat in Salad Wrap

A dead rat was found in a wrap delivered from the 80 Pine St. Chop't, prompting the eatery to close.

Financial District »

28 Bottles of Chanel Perfume Stolen from Sephora in Financial District

More than $2,000 worth of Chanel perfume was swiped from the 150 Broadway shop.

East Village »

Get Your Taste of the 'Elixir of Long Life' at This Pub Crawl

Try an 1800s recipe for fending off death on July 19, as part of a pub crawl led by archaeologists.

Battery Park City »

Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings to Headline Free Downtown Blues Festival

The Lowdown Hudson Blues Festival will play at Brookfield Place on July 16 and 17.

Governors Island »

50 Hammocks Await After You Hike, Bike and Kayak on Governors Island

Whether it's biking, hiking or baseball, Governors Island has plenty of ways to get your heart rate up.

TriBeCa »

Wild Animals Brave NYC Streets in TriBeCa Photo Show

Photographer George Grubb transformed the city into an urban jungle to promote wildlife conservation.

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