A 52-year-old woman was sideswiped by a car on Broadway near Grand Street, according to reports.
High-waisted pants and floral accents emerge as key spring looks.
Jose Ramos, a suspect in the disappearance of Etan Patz, served 27 years for molesting two other boys.
A French macaron purveyor, an Italian eatery and an American-fare restaurant to open Village locations.
The year-old rabbit was taken from Alexander Berardi boutique New York on Prince Street.
The multimillion dollar homes at 350 West Broadway are priced at more than $2,300 per square foot.
Pearson will receive at least $13.5 million in city-granted energy-cost savings and state tax credits over 10 years for moving to 330 Hudson St. by summer 2014.
Health inspectors hit the long-time SoHo restaurant and music venue Boom with 38 health violation points on Friday, forcing it to close.
Aesop's first U.S. store, which opened in NoLIta on Sunday, seeks to soothe Manhattanites' pollution-troubled skin.
An exhibit that was recently installed on fences along Varick and Canal streets will remain there for the next year, the Alliance for Downtown New York announced.
The New York City Fire Museum will honor fire department chaplain Mychal Judge's memory by displaying the helmet and coat he was wearing when he died on 9/11.
The owner of the new Ivy Bakery on West Houston Street is betting late night revelers will want something sweet to eat.
The Children's Museum of the Arts will move from SoHo and fete its new location in Hudson Square on Oct. 1.
Manhattan's first location of Spencer Gifts, more commonly found in the suburbs, is coming to NoHo, its realtor announced Monday.
Nordstrom's new Treasure&Bond store will be defined by its "awesomeness," the store's manager told Vogue magazine on Tuesday.
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