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19 Things To Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

Enjoy summer evenings outdoors in the city lots of different ways.

Midtown »

Enjoying That Refreshing Blast of Cool Air on the Sidewalk? It's Illegal

It's illegal for many stores to keep their outside doors open in this weather. That's not stopping them.

Union Square »

'World's Largest Dildo Battle' Canceled By Parks Department

Event planners promised free 14-inch dildos to all attendees.

Union Square »

Union Square Building Forced To Vacate After Facade Crashes Onto Sidewalk

A piece of the facade at 15 E. 17th St. fell off the building and landed on the sidewalk below.

Union Square »

We Measured Subway Station Temperatures and Barely Survived

Union Square subway station felt like 110 degrees when we calculated the heat and humidity.

Union Square »

Free Workouts, Concerts and Performances to Heat Up Union Square

Free workouts and Fuerza Bruta performances will sweep Union Square Thursday through Aug. 13.

Union Square »

Man Invites Commuters to Have Speed Date With Him In Union Square Station

A man invited commuters to stop and have a date with him on the N, Q R platform.

East New York »

First Victim Injured in Hammer Attacks Eyes Job as NYPD Officer

Victor Urena, 20, was the first of five people attacked by suspect David Baril, police said.

Union Square »

Hammer Attacker Bashes Women in the Head in Union Square, Police Say

The man is thought to be behind four hammer attacks near Union Square on Monday, police said.

Civic Center »

Testy De Blasio Defends NYPD Actions at Freddie Gray Protests

The mayor said the city respects non-violent protests but participants must obey police commands.

Midtown »

#MayDay NYC: Who to Follow for Real Time Updates on Protests on May 1

Meet the people who are upholding the long-standing NYC tradition of May Day protests.

Civic Center »

42 People Arrested as Police Brutality Protest Shuts Down Brooklyn Bridge

Two NYPD officers were also injured in the protests against recent police-involved killings. 

Midtown East »

Churros Vendors Brave Arrest to Make a Living in the Subway System

Churros vendor Ana Alvarado says police confiscated and ate her churros after arresting her.

Union Square »

Police Arrest 3 Women For Selling Churros in Union Square Subway Station

The women were arrested on the L train platform for selling without a license, police said.

Union Square »

PHOTOS: See New Yorkers Celebrating St. Patrick's Day Through the Years

New York City has celebrated Saint Patrick's Day since March 17, 1762.