The Knicks beat the Yankees, Williamsburg has $640-a-month studios and a woman stole a $25,000 Rolex.
Police chased a man back into Chelsea's Marquee nightclub after he was kicked out, the NYPD said.
After a series of soft opening events, Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club will open to the public on Feb. 19.
Hotel Americano's pre-Thanksgiving party aims to help revelers cope with the season.
A new group hopes to convince Community Board 4 to stop approving liquor licenses.
Party-goers flocked to the opening of District 12 on 204th Street, but crowds and lights annoyed locals.
Sarah Bledsoe, 21, of Santa Fe, Texas needed stitches after she was cut during the fight, sources said.
The owners of Greenhouse and W.I.P. failed to keep the hotspots safe, a judge said.
The city predicts businesses will lose out on $20 million in revenue because Fleet Week was canceled.
Four handbags thefts have been reported at the troubled club in the past month.
The restaurant was hit with Department of Buildings violations for illegally operating as a nightclub.
Space NY will hold more than 1,200 partygoers in a planned venue west of 11th Avenue.
The Moonrock Diner can no longer stay open 24 hours on weekends because of the nearby Providence club.
Lequan Clark, 24, a former promoter at Greenhouse, was charged with raping a woman in July 2010.
The State Liquor Authority revoked the liquor license of WIP and Greenhouse after a wild fight there.
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