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Midtown »

Woman Scared by 'Dexter' Ad Sues MTA for Subway Fall

An ad for the spooky show was too "shocking and menacing," a lawsuit charges.

Inwood »

Illegal Strip Club Ad Projected on Starbucks by Rogue Ad Firm, Agency Says

Scenester Marketing admitted they posted the Sin City Cabaret ad on a Starbucks wall without permission.

Times Square & Theater District »

Ad Showing US Soldier Embracing Muslim Woman Nixed in Times Sq., Firm Says

The billboard, already on display in L.A., is a promotion for SnoreStop's "Be Together" campaign.

SoHo »

Guerrilla Art Project Grades Racial Diversity of Downtown Ads

Stickers that have popped up in SoHo and the East Village point to the racial dynamics of images. 

New York City »

MCA's Will Bans Companies From Using Beastie Boys Songs in Ads

Beastie Boys rapper MCA instructed in his will that his music shouldn't be used in advertisements.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Heineken Offers to Replace Chopped Trees in Front of SoHo Billboard

Heineken will replace a pair of trees that were mysteriously chopped up in front of their billboard.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

SoHo Trees Hacked in Front of Heineken Billboard

The city is looking into who hacked off the tops of trees that blocked a giant billboard on Houston St.

Manhattan »

Watch Super Bowl XLVI Ads Online

Watch Super Bowl XLVI ads live at NBC Sports if you missed them on TV.

Manhattan »

New UFT Ad Blasts Bloomberg's Plan to Cut Teachers

The UFT is out with a new ad criticizing Bloomberg's education record, including hiring Cathie Black.

Williamsburg, Greenpoint & Bushwick »

Billboard That Collapsed Onto BQE in Brooklyn Had Illegal Advertisement

A massive billboard that collapsed into the BQE in Greenpoint Friday had an illegal ad, officials said.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Young & Rubicam Exec Suzanne Hart Killed in Madison Avenue Elevator Tragedy

Suzanne Hart, of Young & Rubicam, was killed in an elevator accident at 285 Madison Ave. Wednesday.

Midtown & Theater District »

Payphone of the Future Could Come to a Corner Near You

Residents envision a payphone of the future with touch screens, power outlets or voice activation.

Midtown & Theater District »

Billboard Asks Macy's to Keep Thanksgiving Parade in Times Square

Times Square advertisers used their billboards to send a message to Macy's during Thursday's Parade.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Hand's Off 'Hot Chicks Room' Sign, East Villagers Say

A group of neighbors got the Upright Citizens Brigade to remove its controversial sign, following complaints.