The mayor laid wreaths at Paris terror attack sites and met with political and Jewish community leaders.
The mayor will meet with government officials and leaders of the Jewish community.
The NYPD is shifting its resources following the attack on Charlie Hebdo.
Iraq's prime minister said militants were plotting against subways in New York and Paris.
The Park Slope Food Co-op will make loans to groups looking to start similar member-operated groceries.
1200 Miles is set to open with a menu inspired by a theoretical backpacking trip from France to Algeria.
Patrick Campbell, of Sierra Leone, allegedly wanted to sell 1,000 tons of uranium to Iran.
Erin McCarthy says her child deserves to use Wasserstein's East Hampton home like his other kids.
Racines, a Parisian restaurant, is opening a New York outpost on Chambers Street.
The Date Valet provides members with date night blueprints to a custom-created night out.
Dozens of graduates from the Williamsburg middle school are going "back to school" this spring.
Cutlog will host a fair on the Lower East Side with a focus on emerging artists from around the world.
Early October's picturesque and pulled-together looks have fans from SoHo to Paris.
The project uses Kickstarter to fund a retelling of "West Side Story" with dancing squirrels.
Rusell Simmons and Tyra Banks also attended a screening of the film on the Lower East Side.
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