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Williamsburg »

Because we all needed more reasons to talk about "Girls."

Inwood »

The Brooklyn-centric show will make a trip Uptown to film at 4700 Broadway.

Fort Greene »

Lena Dunham is set to talk with filmmaker Miranda July about her recently released debut novel.

Lower East Side »

Tickets for the October fundraiser at Skylight Modern cost $1,500 per person, or $25,000 per table.

Astoria »

The crew shot scenes inside a storefront turned into a mock post office between 30th and 28th Avenues. 

Bed-Stuy »

The shoot closed off Monroe Street between Franklin and Bedford avenues, causing congestion.

Mott Haven »

A Brooklyn-based mentorship program for teenage girls is expanding to the South Bronx.

Astoria »

In a live chat on Twitter, Dunham said she thinks Queens is the borough with the best food.

Midtown »

The coffee shop and bakery is opening its fifth location on W. 39th Street at Seventh Avenue this summer.

Williamsburg »

Anthony DiMieri, 24, wrote "Bros" after watching the entire "Girls" first season in a few days. 

New York City »

Disney City Girl claims to aid lady New Yorkers looking to leave their "small-town life behind."

Park Slope »

The short film "The Master Cleanse" is about a Park Slope commune with a dark side.

Bushwick »

"Mostly Awake" both mirrors and lightly mocks the struggles of Bushwick male 20-somethings.

Flushing »

Dagoberto Amaya, 32, was wanted for allegedly exposing himself to two young girls.

Chinatown »

Allison Williams and Zosia Mamet were joined by Steve Buscemi, Questlove and more at the premiere party.