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New Yorkers Light Up to Celebrate Eased Relations With Cuba

The United States will have full diplomatic relations with Cuba and ease travel restrictions. 

Bed-Stuy »

American Black Film Festival's Move to New York Celebrated in Bed-Stuy

The festival relocated to New York from Miami this year.

Union Square »

12-Foot Businessman Sculpture Rises in Union Square

The artwork, called "THINK BIG," will be on display in Union Square through October.

Williamsburg »

Facial Hair Transplants Growing Amid Hipster Beard Craze, Doctors Say

More New Yorkers are paying up to $7,000 for the surgical procedure, doctors said.

Bushwick »

Artists to Bring Bushwick-Style 'Pop-Up Rave' to Miami for Art Basel

Local artists and performers are heading to Miami's Art Basel to give the city a taste of Bushwick.

Coney Island »

Lincoln Basketball Star Becomes Top Football Recruit After Just 8 Games

Thomas Holley is an All-American and the top-ranked recruit in New York State.

South Ozone Park »

Man Busted With Uranium in Shoes in His Luggage at JFK: Officials

Patrick Campbell, of Sierra Leone, allegedly wanted to sell 1,000 tons of uranium to Iran.

Flatiron »

Flatiron Montessori Preschool to Open in Fall with Grassy Indoor Playspace

Flatiron Montessori will open for classes at 5 W. 22nd St. Sept. 16.

Flatiron »

305 Fitness Turns Boring Workouts Into a Night at the Club

305 Fitness offers a workout that's inspired by dance moves you'd see at a Miami nightclub.

Washington Heights »

NYPD Cop Hurt in Miami Shooting Arrested for Allegedly Driving Drunk

Harold Thomas, 49, was arrested after fighting with officers who pulled him over.

Financial District »

Bikini Designs Make Big Splash at Fashion Week Sneak Peek

Designer Caitlin Kelly unveiled her debut designer swimwear collection in Manhattan.

New York City »

Knicks' Season Ends With Playoff Loss to Miami Heat

The Knicks fell to the Miami Heat, 106-94, Wednesday night, ending their up-and-down season.

New York City »

Knicks' Amar'e Stoudemire Punches Glass After Loss, May Miss Playoff Series

Stoudemire suffered a cut to his hand and could be out for the playoff series against the Miami Heat.

Midtown & Theater District »

Hakkasan, the 'Chinese Nobu,' Opens in Midtown

Hakkasan, which has been called a "Chinese Nobu," opens to the public on Tuesday, April 3.

Manhattan »

Betsey Johnson Girls Spice Up Lincoln Center for Fashion Week

All the managers from Betsey Johnson's stores came to her Fashion Week presentation together, dressed in her lacy and gothic couture.