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How to Get Back From the Hamptons on Sunday if LIRR Workers Strike

From a rental car to a private plane, there are ways to get home from your retreat away from the city.

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Workers Claim Retaliation After Being Fired From Dylan's Candy Bar

Employees claim they were fired for protesting against the luxury candy shop.

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Dylan's Candy Shop Sweetens Working Conditions After Protests, Staff Says

It's not the golden ticket, but Dylan's Candy Bar is starting to make changes employees requested.

South Street Seaport »

Craft Beer Gastropub Coming to South Street Seaport

A bar from the owners of Upper East Side favorite Off the Rails is slated to open in March.

Upper East Side »

Workers Snicker at Meager Payday from Dylan's Candy Shop

Employees of Dylan's Candy Bar protest for higher hourly wages and more hours since July.  

Upper East Side »

Man Dies After Being Hit By SUV on Second Avenue

A 42-year-old man died after being hit by an SUV on 89th Street and Second Avenue Tuesday.

Upper East Side »

Spike Lee's UES Mansion Up For Sale for $32M

Spike Lee's East 63rd Street townhouse is listed for $32 million.

Upper East Side »

Artist Behind East River Roundabout to Erect New Sculptures on Park Avenue

Six aluminum art sculptures will be placed along the Park Avenue Malls between 66th and 52nd Streets.

Upper East Side »

Police Search for Halloween Bank Robber

Police said the Santander Bank on Third Avenue and 63rd Street was held up on Halloween.

Upper East Side »

Met's $25 Admissions Fee Gets Official Nod from City

The Met is being sued over "confusing" signage making its suggested admission seem mandatory.

Upper East Side »

Elaborate Halloween Decorations Give a Scare on the Upper East Side

A walk around the Upper East Side reveals some of the city's most elaborate Halloween decorations.

Upper East Side »

Council Candidate Kallos Picks Up DC 1707 Endorsement

The support comes as Kallos' opponent struggles amid sexual harrassment allegations.

Flatiron »

French Bakery Opening in Flatiron Lets Patrons Watch Bread Rise

Maison Kayser bakery is opening its second American location in Flatiron on July 17.

Upper East Side »

Met Museum Visitors Grieve Over Replacement of Admission Pins For Stickers

The Met Museum of Art will be replacing its colorful admission pins for stickers beginning July 1.

Lenox Hill »

Fair Brings Rare Books, 'Doors' Lyrics and Roosevelt Letters to New York

The New York Antiquarian Book Fair features lyrics penned by The Doors' Jim Morrison.

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