Marietta's at 392 Court Street has been run by three generations of the same family since 1940.
The El Barrio Artspace on E. 99th St. got more than 53,000 applicants for just 89 units, officials said.
The gallery, which showcases "affordable" art from emerging artists, will close at the end of January.
Community Board 2's website has not been updated in two years and they have no social media presence.
New York eateries are embracing Instagram and social-media platforms to stay ahead of the competition.
Online shopping site "Made in NYC" is back up and running to help local businesses affected by Sandy.
All-girl teams attempt to break into the male-dominated field of cybersecurity at NYU-Poly.
An online petition accuses Etsy of allowing the sale of racist Golliwog, Sambo, and Mammy dolls.
The Downtown Alliance has partnered with law firm WilmerHale to expand WiFi coverage Downtown.
The Nuyorican Poets Cafe is now streaming events in real time around the world.
Porn stars give sex and relationship advice in a series of city-based live workshops and online videos.
Productions provided an economic boon to the city last year.
Giorgio Piccoli, 27, turned his own problems finding affordable art into a Flatiron-based startup.
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is teaming with kickstarter to help boost business ventures.
Seamless online delivery celebrated its new headquarters near Bryant Park Tuesday.
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