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East Side's Most Dangerous Intersection Had 130 Crashes in 2 Years

The corner of E. 57th St. and Second Ave. had an average of five crashes a month, a report shows.

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Blood-Red Sand and Skulls Fill 'Anti-Zen' Garden at Japan Society

Japan Society's exhibit, opening Friday, features Hisashi Tenmyouya's take on traditional zen gardens.

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Burglar Steals Jewelry and Spare Change in 11-Apartment Spree: Police

Benjamin Guadalupe, 53, struck in Midtown East, Kips Bay, Gramercy and the Upper East Side, police said.

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Luke's Lobster Location in 'Humdrum' Midtown Has a Park and a Waterfall

Luke's Lobster will launch in Midtown East on Wednesday with a "verdant" outdoor space, the owner said.

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Organic Avenue Closing 3 Manhattan Cafes for Renovations

Organic Avenue is shutting spots in Midtown East, Chelsea and the Upper West Side for 3 to 6 weeks.

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Midtown East Precinct Captain Vows to Fight Robberies and Traffic Crashes

Capt. Clint McPherson comes to the 17th Precinct from the NYPD's Counterterrorism Division.

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Tiny Private High School Gives Students Individualized Education

The intimacy of the 80-student Beekman School helps teachers focus on the needs of each teen.

Midtown East »

Spa Castle Is Coming to Midtown

The Spa Castle of College Point, Queens, is opening an outpost in Midtown East.

Midtown East »

Luke's Lobster Eyes Outpost in Midtown East

Luke's Lobster applied for a beer and wine license at 685 Third Ave. at 44th Street.

Columbus Circle »

Free Macarons Fly Off Shelves During Macaron Day NYC

The annual Macaron Day NYC kicked off with a bang Thursday.

Fort Greene »

Free Macarons Up for Grabs at NYC Macaron Day

Macaron Day NYC, an annual event organized by Chef Francois Payard, will take place on March 20th.

Gramercy »

More Bike Racks Rolling Into Gramercy and Midtown East

The Department of Transportation has approved the installation of a dozen new bike racks.

Union Square »

Blog Juxtaposes Historical and Current Photos to Show NYC's Transformation

Paul Sahner's blog, NYC Grid, lets users scroll between historical and modern shots of the same places.

SoHo »

Food Truck Hauls Around Its Own ATM

Latin fusion food truck Blend Express lets customers skip lunchtime bank lines by toting its own ATM.

Midtown East »

Luxury Midtown East Condo Tower Near United Nations Tops Off

A sneak peek at 50 United Nations Plaza revealed views of the East River and Long Island City.

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