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Washington Heights »

The faux sale was part of a campaign to draw attention to local businesses that were recently evicted.

East Harlem »

Money from apartment rentals will pay for free studio space, workshops and art supplies.

Boerum Hill »

Thanks to its patrons, Jesse's Deli isn't going down without a grass-fed, locally-sourced fight.

Williamsburg »

It's more complex than the typical narrative, the exhibit's organizer said.

Mott Haven »

The image is meant to start a conversation about the changes in the South Bronx.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The blog, "Get the F--k Out of Brooklyn," aims to start a conversation about gentrification in Brooklyn.

Melrose »

The show will run in the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse from April 23 to July 19.

East Harlem »

Jorge Vargas had run a botanica shop in the space since 1954, before he was forced to move out in 2013.

East New York »

They led a local community board vote to suspend presentations by the city and developers.

Bed-Stuy »

The website allows visitors to upload pictures, videos and stories about local businesses.

Clinton Hill »

State Sen. Velmanette Montgomery said, "white people don't eat the way we do," about the closing.

Bushwick »

"I wanted to hold onto what I grew up with," she said. "I know it's going to be gone one day."

Bed-Stuy »

The Bed-Stuy theater starts its performances in Brooklyn's downtown cultural district in March.

Crown Heights »

A forum on land-use changes in the neighborhood devolved into an argument Wednesday night.

Chelsea »

The restaurant will take Cola's spot on Eighth Avenue.