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Greenwich Village »

Long-Delayed Bathrooms Open in Washington Square Park

The new restrooms opened Monday on the south side of the park near Thompson Street.

Flushing »

Get Out and Do This: Smorgasburg and a Talk by Malcolm Gladwell

The week's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.

Upper West Side »

New Yorkers Brave Freezing Temps to Frolic in Snow

Kids who had the day off from school built snowmen and went sledding Friday.

Upper West Side »

French Bakery Mille-Feuille to Open in Former Big Nick's Space

The bakery has a location in Washington Square Park and is known for its croissants, the owner said. 

Union Square »

Woman Arrested for Trying to Steal Seafood From Whole Foods

A woman was arrested in the Union Square Whole Foods after attempting to pilfer seafood items.

Greenwich Village »

Naming Rights for Washington Square Arch Not For Sale, Parks Dept. Says

Fliers plastered around Greenwich Village are inaccurate, a Parks Department official said.

Greenwich Village »

Hundreds March on 2-Year Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street

Protesters met in Zuccotti Park and headed to Washington Square Park to protest income inequality.

SoHo »

September Wraps Up Summer Prints and Graphics

Engaging prints and photo icon T-shirts are hitting the streets.

Greenwich Village »

65-Year-Old Man Attacked in Washington Square Park, Cops Say

The senior said a man kicked and punched him without saying a word, according to police.

West Village »

Make the NYU Campus Your Gym

There are lots of places to work out on the NYU campus.

Greenwich Village »

Young Tourist Hurt After Foot Caught in Washington Square Park Fountain

A member of a Texas church choir badly cut her foot while playing in the fountain.

New York City »

Summer Brings Tons of Free Music to NYC

DNAinfo New York has a list of some of the best free shows in the five boroughs this summer.

Greenwich Village »

John Leguizamo Speaks Up for Proposed Washington Sq. Park Conservancy

Leguizamo said a controversial plan to add a conservancy would make the park safer and more beautiful.

New York City »

Early Summer Sizzle Lets New Yorkers Test Tactics for Keeping Cool

Residents across the city have devised ways of keeping cool.

Midtown »

Advocacy Group Exploring Bike Lanes for Fifth and Sixth Avenues

The bike lanes, if installed, would run through the heart of Manhattan.

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