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Straphanger Beaten by 12 Men Who Stole His Wallet on 1 Train, Police Say

Five of the men who attacked the 29-year-old lawyer were quickly arrested, police said.

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Long-Stalled Pier 26 Maritime Education Center Gets $10M to Move Forward

The estuarium, on the Hudson River in TriBeCa, received more than $10 million in state funds.

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Ex-Giuliani Aide, Union Rep and Little League Head Among New CB1 Members

Four new members have been appointed to Manhattan's Community Board 1.

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Pearl Paint Illegally Fired 39 Workers, Union Says

Amid rumors of its closure, the Canal Street shop fired its union workers unlawfully, their union said.

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Gay Pride Organizers Promise Quieter Revelry on TriBeCa Pier This June

Three days of gay pride events will take place on Pier 26, where they drew noise complaints last year.

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Nearly 40 Manhattan Public Schools Protest State English Exams

Staff, parents and students spoke out against the state's controversial English exams Friday.

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Historic Tall Ship Bringing Drinks and Oysters to TriBeCa's Pier 25

Now a floating museum, the sailboat Sherman Zwicker is slated to serve up history and drinks at Pier 25.

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$4K Worth of Designer Jeans Swiped from Urban Outfitters, Police Say

More than $4,000 worth of designer jeans were stolen from the 182 Broadway store, police said.

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$36K of Jewelry Stolen From Apartment in Frank Gehry Tower, Police Say

Twenty-six pieces of jewelry were stolen from inside the 8 Spruce St. building.

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Concrete Truck Hits 1 Train Elevated Platform at 133rd Street, MTA Says

Two separate accidents disrupted service on the 1 train in Harlem and TriBeCa Thursday morning.

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Downtown Boathouse Bringing Free Kayaking Back to Pier 26

The new boathouse at Pier 26 in TriBeCa is slated to open for free kayaking in mid-May.

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TriBeCa Cinemas to Celebrate Harold Ramis With 'Ghostbusters' Screening

Ramis, who played Dr. Egon Spengler in the much-loved film he co-wrote, died on Feb. 24.

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Downtown's Changing Cityscape: Here's What's Opening When

Dozens of construction projects will transform Lower Manhattan over the next four years.

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Downtown Kindergartens Flooded With Even More Applicants Than Last Year

Downtown's crowded elementary schools have more applicants than seats for their kindergarten programs.

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Woman Loses Eyesight After Being Bashed With Bottle at SoHo Club: Officials

A 23-year-old woman was smashed in the face with a bottle at SoHo club Greenhouse, police said.

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