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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Workers at Gay Hotel Barred From Wearing Makeup Except at Brunch: Report

Workers at the OUT Hotel are suing for stolen wages and discrimination.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Students Want Info on Trustee's Role in Controversial Abu Dhabi Campus

The CEO of a construction company at NYU's Abu Dhabi campus sits on the NYU Board of Trustees.

Midtown »

#MayDay NYC: Who to Follow for Real Time Updates on Protests on May 1

Meet the people who are upholding the long-standing NYC tradition of May Day protests.

Washington Heights »

Meet the Doctors Who Say They Can Reshape a Baby's Head

Baby-focused chiropractors use special techniques to realign babies' eyes and round out flat heads.

Upper West Side »

Book Culture Employees Fired for Unionizing, Labor Complaint Says

Five employees were fired after voting in favor of joining a local union, they said.

Brooklyn Heights »

Brooklyn Prenatal Group Uses Belly Dancing to Prep Moms for Labor

Brooklyn Heights Prenatal is hosting a new belly dancing workshop to prepare women for labor.

Bushwick »

Hasidic Patients Find New Refuge in Bushwick Hospital

A Shabbat elevator and kosher options are drawing Hasidic patients to Wyckoff Heights for the first time.

Midtown »

Fast Food Workers Rally for Higher Pay in Day of Protests

Workers from McDonald's, Burger King and other chains rallied to demand better labor conditions.

New York City »

Working Without Labor Contracts, City Unions to Rally for Back Pay Raises

Union workers plan to rally to highlight lack of contracts and claim that city has cash for backpay.

Mott Haven »

Van Rear-Ends Ambulance Carrying Woman in Labor

The woman did not sustain any injuries, but an EMT was hurt, the FDNY says.

New York City »

Mayor Bloomberg Warns of Possible School Bus Driver Strike

The mayor called a post-holiday strike a "strong possibility" aid contract talks with the drivers' union.

Chelsea »

Seminary Hotel Blames Layoffs on Act of God

Owners say the layoffs are due to Sandy, but employees claim bosses used the storm to get rid of them.

Long Island City »

Community Board Takes Stance in Labor Dispute

32BJ asked the CB2 members for support in their dispute with LIC developer.

Midtown & Theater District »

Labor Day Parade Tinged With Sadness Ahead of 9/11

An estimated 100,000 lined Fifth Avenue, between 44th and 64th Streets for the city's Labor Day Parade on Sept. 10, 2011.

Manhattan »

Walmart Renews Push for Manhattan Locations Against Union Wishes

The retail giant is reportedly looking at possible locations in East Harlem and along Ladies' Mile on Sixth Avenue.