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Carroll Gardens »

Bar to Appoint 'Hall Monitor' for Rowdy Patrons

Brooklyn Social must appoint someone to keep drinkers quiet in its backyard, Community Board 6 said.

Carroll Gardens »

Children’s Music School Is Nightclub in Disguise, Locals Say

Residents were alarmed to hear the Rock and Roll Playhouse requested late-night hours, they said.

Midtown »

City Council Votes to Limit New MSG Permit to 10 Years

Local leaders hailed the vote, which they said will help clear the way for an expansion of Penn Station.

Midtown »

Quinn's Influence Helped Push MSG Vote Through, Council Colleagues Say

Christine Quinn had a key role in bringing about the likely limit on Madison Square Garden's new permit.

Midtown »

City Council Committee Recommends Limiting MSG Permit to 10 Years

The vote marked a resounding defeat for Madison Square Garden.

Midtown South »

MSG Says It's Being 'Held Hostage' After City Limits Permit to 15 Years

Madison Square Garden's permit includes a clause for the arena to reapply in 2028, angering critics.

Midtown »

MSG Permit Could Be Limited to 15 Years, Encouraging Owners to Move

Community groups applauded the decision, which they said could spur Madison Square Garden to relocate.

East Harlem »

Organizer Calls Off Annual Cinco De Mayo Festival, Citing Her Health

CECOMEX, the festival's organizer, did not submit paperwork for the festival this year, officials said.

Midtown »

Scott Stringer Urges City to Reject MSG Bid for Permanent Permit

Citing overcrowding at Penn Station, Stringer called for a 10-year permit for Madison Square Garden.

Midtown »

Madison Square Garden's Permanent Renewal Opposed by Community Board

Members of CB5 opposed permanent renewal for Madison Square Garden, offering a 10-year renewal instead.

Inwood »

Inwood Vegan Market Nixed by Last-Minute City Screwup, Organizers Say

The Inwood Flea market was postponed at the last minute Friday after a city clerical error.

Lower East Side »

Young Immigrants Crowd LES Church For Chance to Live American Dream

Undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children can now apply for new work permits.

Manhattan »

Hipsters Illegally Kill Deer in Making of Tribeca Film Festival Movie

Actors in the Tribeca Film Festival's "First Winter" shot two live deer without a license.

Downtown »

Bloomberg Warns New Occupy Wall Street Crackdown on the Way

Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned Friday that the city is planning a new crackdown on protesters who march without permits.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Assembly Passes Bill to Regulate Tour Buses in Wake of Deadly Crashes

The Assembly voted to pass a measure Monday that would create a permit system for intercity bus operators.

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