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Yorkville »

Name Suggests UES Kindergarten Nurtures Revolutionaries, Neighbor Says

A member of Community Board 8 says the 'East Side School for Social Action' sounds reactionary.

Crown Heights »

With All Eyes on Nostrand Avenue, Crown Heights Mulls Its Next Move

Officials and entrepreneurs have pinned new hopes for the neighborhood on Nostrand, but obstacles loom.

Upper East Side »

Metropolitan Museum Plaza Construction Will Re-route Bus and Foot Traffic

The Met's $60 million plaza rehab will impact Fifth Avenue pedestrian and bus traffic.

Upper East Side »

Rental Bike Business Granted Three More Years at Tavern on the Green

Park Officials are pushing for an extension for Tavern on the Green bike rentals.

Upper East Side »

Month After 2nd Ave. Blast Shakes Upper East Side, Residents Demand Answers

Residents want more information about the Second Ave. subway construction blast that shook the UES.

Crown Heights »

Late-Night Noshers Not Welcome on Bedford Avenue Block, Neighbors Say

Catfish, a Cajun eatery opening this fall faces backlash.

Lenox Hill »

Plan to Serve Wine and Beer in Park Avenue Church Shot Down by Locals

An event company leasing space in a Park Avenue church wants a license to serve wine and beer.

Upper East Side »

UES Starved for Open Space, Residents Say

Upper East Side residents are planning a forum on open space for next spring.

Yorkville »

Sidewalk Congestion and Traffic at Fairway a 'Travesty,' Neighbors Say

Complaints have mounted against the traffic and congestion in front of the East 86th Street Fairway.

Upper East Side »

Hospital for Special Surgery Eyes Expansion on UES Manufacturing Block

The Hospital for Special Surgery is proposing a 13-story building on East 73rd Street near the FDR.

Yorkville »

Liquor Licenses Latest Weapon Against Bad Biking by Deliverymen

An UES eatery saw its beer and wine license denied after a deliveryman was seen riding on the sidewalk.

Upper East Side »

Tennis Club Gets Six Extra Weeks in Park After Buying $200K Air Conditioner

A private tennis club's season was extended on public parkland because of an A/C unit, officials said.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Two-Way Bike Lane Rolling into Central Park

A two-way bike lane will be installed along Terrace Drive, which crosses the park at 72nd Street.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Plans Rejected by Community Board

A community board voted down Memorial Sloan-Kettering's outpatient center on York Avenue and 61st Street.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Luxe High-Rise Owner Cited for Locking Community Out of Public Plaza

A plaza at 303 E. 83rd St., supposed to be open to the public, has been locked for more than a year.