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Chinatown »

Contaminated Chinatown Seafood Sparks Skin Infection Outbreak, City Says

An outbreak of skin infections has been linked to fish in Chinatowns in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.

Hudson Square »

Boutique Hotel With Italian Restaurant to Open in Hudson Square

Hotel Hugo will feature Italian furnishings and a rooftop bar with views of the Hudson River.

TriBeCa »

Live Alligator Among Wild Animal Models at TriBeCa Art Class

Pythons, lizards and a tortoise that roams the classroom are models for a popular drawing class.

Financial District »

Long-Delayed WTC Arts Center Gets Fresh Design and Artistic Vision

The WTC PAC has hired an artistic team and will focus on developing its own programming.

Financial District »

Huge Prostitution Ring Tackled Days Before Super Bowl, Authorities Say

Four days before the Super Bowl, authorities took down one of the biggest prostitution rings in the city.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Man Injured in High-Rise Fire Doesn't Know Husband Died in Blaze

Michael Cohen is unaware Daniel McClung, 27, did not survive, friends said.

TriBeCa »

Time's Up for Clocktower Gallery in TriBeCa After Four Decades

The Leonard Street gallery is closing Saturday, before the building is turned into condos and a hotel.

Washington Heights »

Morris-Jumel Mansion Hosts Post-Halloween Sleepover and Paranormal Show

The Morris-Jumel Mansion is hosting spooky events for $40,000 for a complete restoration.

Long Island City »

Ed Dept Boss Accused of Sexism Gave Raises Only to Men, Sources Say

John Shea, a Department of Education CEO, didn't give raises to female workers, angering staff.

South Street Seaport »

Taste of the Seaport Returns Sunday to Raise Money for Spruce Street School

The Taste of the Seaport food festival and fundraiser returns to the Seaport on Oct. 27.

Civic Center »

Service Changes to Disrupt 13 Subway Lines this Weekend

Construction and maintenance work will bring changes to 11 lines, and two shuttle trains.

SoHo »

Bicycling Thief Snatches Teen's Phone in SoHo, Police Say

The thief struck while the 13-year-old girl was looking for directions on her iPhone, police said.

Civic Center »

Elderly Brooklyn Man Dead from Heat Stroke

The 84-year-old man died from overheating on July 21.

New York City »

Three More Deaths Related to Last Week's Heat Wave

Eight people have died in the city so far this summer from hyperthermia.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Market Heats Up as Home Prices Jump 24 Percent

In areas like the Upper East Side, Flushing and The Bronx, too, home prices are up, REBNY said.