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Manhattan Youth Downtown Community Center Reopens Two Months After Sandy

Manhattan Youth reopened Wednesday after suffering extensive damage during the storm.

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Students in Downtown Manhattan Head Back to School

Most students are getting back to school today for the first time since Hurricane Sandy hit last week.

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Garbage Piles Up on West Side Highway Amid Funding Fight

Discarded bottles and fast-food wrappers have been piling up in the middle of the West Side Highway.

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TriBeCa Loft Tour Offers Glimpse Into Luxury Condos and Restored Warehouses

The 12th annual Inside Tribeca Loft Tour benefits the Friends of Duane Park.

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Con Ed Steam Kills TriBeCa Trees, Advocate Says

Four trees have died this summer near a Con Edison steam leak in TriBeCa.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

High Rents Could Force New Yorkers into Tent Cities, Protesters Say

Without strong laws, New York could see shanty towns similar to the Great Depression's Hooverville, protesters say.

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Japanese Knife Shop Supplies City's Top Chefs

Korin on Warren Street has grown from a tiny wholesale business to an internationally known shop.

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Fountain Pen Shop Celebrates 65 Years Downtown

The Fountain Pen Hospital offers customers 4,000 types of pens, including collectibles costing thousands of dollars.

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TriBeCa Phone Booth a Magnet for Drugs and Sex, Landlord Says

Shimon Zlotnikov has been trying to get rid of the Warren Street phone booth for years.

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Financial District Beauty Appeared to Enjoy Manhattan Life Before Spy Arrest

Anna Chapman lived a life of luxury in Manhattan before being accused of spying for Russia.

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Financial District Woman Accused of Being a Russian Spy

Anna Chapman, a 28-year-old Financial District resident, was allegedly working in Manhattan as a Russian spy.

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