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Snow Falls Short of Winter Wonderland Status

Snowfall accumulation will be less than half an inch, according to the National Weather Service.

Financial District »

Eric Garner Caused his Own Death, NYPD Union President Says

Union head Pat Lynch defended officer Daniel Pantaleo who was arresting Eric Garner when he died.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Artist Creates 'Urban Robots' for City Streets

Artist RAE uses everyday items for his urban robots and character installations on NYC streets. 

Midtown »

Looking to Rent? Now's the Best Time to Find a Deal

Mid-October through December is the best time to find a deal on rentals, experts say.

Flatiron »

What Happened in New York This Week: 8 Stories You Need to Read

Check out DNAinfo New York's best stories of the week.

Jamaica »

MTA Launching New Bus Routes, Extensions as Part of $4.9M Upgrade

The MTA is creating new bus routes and extending service on lines citywide due to growing ridership.

New York City »

Car Service App Whisk Connects Pet Owners With Animal-Friendly Drivers

Whisk drivers will pick up dogs as heavy as 85 pounds, along with other city pets.

Midtown »

Air Quality Advisory Issued for New York City Through Tuesday Night

People were advised to reduce physical activity outside.

Port Morris »

City Breweries Offer Seasonal Beers to Quench Summer Thirsts

DNAinfo compiled a list of some of the best summer beers from local breweries across the five boroughs.

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.

Upper East Side »

Alternate Side Parking Suspended Citywide on Thursday

Workers will still be dealing with snow removal, officials 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.

Civic Center »

Service Changes to Disrupt 12 Subway Lines This Weekend

Construction and maintenance work will bring changes to 12 subway lines.

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.

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