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Prospect Heights »

Why Brooklyn Lost the Democratic National Convention to Philadelphia

Frayed political relations and corruption indictments were among the reasons NYC lost, insiders say.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn Came Up 'A Little Short' in Losing DNC to Philadelphia: de Blasio

Philly beats out Brooklyn as the host for 2016's Democratic National Convention, the committee said. 

Financial District »

Mystery of 1700s Boat Found at World Trade Center Site SOLVED

The 18th-century ship has been traced to Colonial-era Philadelphia, a new study said.

Bed-Stuy »

Music School Celebrates Late Founder's 100th Birthday

A Bed-Stuy music school honored the legacy of its founding teacher this week.

Jamaica »

Two Men Arrested for Selling Fake Super Bowl Tickets, DA Says

Two men were caught with hundreds of fake Super Bowl tickets, prosecutors say.

Midtown »

Amtrak Trains Face Severe Delays Out of Penn Station Due to Damaged Wires

Track equipment damage in Eastern Maryland snarled service on the Northeast Corridor, Amtrak said.

Williamsburg »

'Anti-Bridal Show' Offers Booze-and-Burlesque Alternative to Wedding Expos

Live DJs, a "fashion bar" and eco-conscious caterers are headed to the Music Hall of Williamsburg.

Chelsea »

Popular Arcade-Themed Pub Barcade Eyeing New Chelsea Location

The hugely popular bar-arcade combo is hoping to open on West 24th Street.


Brooklyn Artist Snaps Pics With Strangers in Photo Booths for DUMBO Exhibit

A Brooklyn artist hopes to take photos with everyone he knows — and everyone he doesn’t.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Who's the Book Boss? Tony Danza to Appear at Brooklyn Book Festival

Actor Tony Danza will appear with literary giants like Joyce Carol Oates and Paul Auster at the event.

Upper West Side »

Tavern on the Green Gets New Owners

Tavern on the Green's new owners come from a Philly creperie and cabaret venue, officials said.

New York City »

It's Always Buggy in Philadelphia

The City of Brotherly Love took the top spot for bed bugs in a new study.

Flushing & Whitestone »

New Documentary Will Introduce 1964 World's Fair to Younger Generations

Filmmaker Ryan Ritchey is seeking archival footage of the landmark event in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.

Manhattan »

Groundhog Day's Early Spring Prediction is No News in Balmy New York

New Yorkers say the prediction comes too late as winter is already gone.

Manhattan »

Giants-Cowboys Game Sunday Sends Winner to the Playoffs

The Giants-Cowboys matchup Sunday night at the Meadowlands will land the winner in the postseason.