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Gramercy »

Players Club In Danger of Closing, Finance Report Says

Debts are piling up at the famed Players Club as members call for a change in leadership.

East Williamsburg »

Tailor Partners with Bag Maker for Line Targeting Traveling Businessmen

Martin Greenfield's new product packages suits and ties in a Ghurka bag to "save businessmen time."

Civic Center »

Well-Dressed Man Attacked Tourist with Hammer in City Hall Park, Cops Say

John Yoos, 43, attacked Spanish tourist Hugo Alejandre with a hammer in City Hall Park, police said.

Harlem »

Marion Hedges' Husband Sues Mall for Shopping Cart Toss

Michael Hedges sued the East River Plaza mall for the shopping cart attack on Oct. 30, 2011.

Midtown & Theater District »

'Dapper Bandit' Bank Robbery Suspect Dana Connor Arrested

The FBI caught suspected 'Dapper Bandit' Dana Connor in an East New York apartment Tuesday afternoon.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Our Lady of Vilnius Church Can Be Demolished, Court Rules

Members of Our Lady of Vilnius on Broome Street fought to save the church for five years.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Bikram 'Hot Yoga' Moves Can't Be Copyrighted, Regulator Says

East Village's Yoga to the People says Bikram Yoga has no right to stop its generic "hot yoga" version.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

McDonald's Cook Rayon McIntosh 'Elated' to be Free of Beating Charges

Rayon McIntosh said he begged the Greenwich Village McDonald's to hire more security.

Midtown & Theater District »

'Dapper Bandit' Wanted for String of Bank Heists

The Dapper Bandit is wanted in connection with at least seven robberies in Manhattan beginning in September.

Downtown »

Con Ed and Park51 Community Center Locked in $1.7 Million Rent Fight

Con Ed was threatening to terminate Park51's lease on 51 Park Pl. as early as Oct. 4, 2011. Park51's community center once included plans for a controversial mosque.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Ousted Wine & Roses Founder to Open New Bar

Jennifer Klein, who was ousted as a managing member of Wine & Roses wine bar, plans to open Dakota Bar on West 72nd Street and Columbus Avenue.

Manhattan »

City Paid Out Nearly $600 Million in Lawsuits Last Year

The city paid over a half billion dollars in lawsuits, according to the New York City Law Department.

Manhattan »

Pedro Espada Ducked $7,200 Bill for Suits, Midtown Tailor Says

Custom Men on West 57th Street sued Pedro Espada, saying he never paid his Feb. 2009 bill for six custom-made suits.

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