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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Biscotti Bakery Closing After Rent Hike, 'Mall-ization of Manhattan'

The neighborhood's changes and gentrification pushed Bis.co.latte out, the owners say.

Parkchester »

Service Changes Planned for 11 Subway Lines This Weekend, MTA Says

The 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, and N lines will be effected by service changes this weekend.

West Harlem »

State Reviewing Columbia's Minority Hiring at West Harlem Campus Expansion

Columbia claims to have exceeded minority hiring and spending goals, but critics are skeptical.

Carroll Gardens »

Good Food on Court Street Closes After 34 Years

The grocery store at 431 Court St., will close its doors on April 30.

Fort Greene »

Specialty Food Start-ups Find a Home in Brooklyn's Booming Culinary Economy

The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce highlights Brooklyn's booming food industry in new report.

West Harlem »

Black Architects Say Columbia Shut Them Out of $6.3 Billion Harlem Campus

Critics say Columbia hasn't hired enough African-American architects for its Manhattanville expansion.

Fort Greene »

Greene Grape Adds One More Fulton Street Storefront to the Growing Bunch

Amy Bennett, owner of the Greene Grape, plans her latest food endeavor.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Tilapia Grows on a Rooftoop in Downtown Brooklyn

A local group is using aquaponics to raise tilapia and grow food on a rooftop on Flatbush Ave.

Bushwick »

Dandelion Coffee Maker Starts Bushwick Flea Market

Courtney Novak is starting a market that opens May 19 by the Morgan restaurant.

Midtown & Theater District »

Greenmarket Brings Farm Fresh Food to Midtown

Rockefeller Center's Greenmarket returned with fresh vegetables, fruits and other local goodies.

Manhattan »

Council Goes Green With Local Farming Bills

The City Council passed new legislation Thursday to encourage local farming and urban markets through the city.