The owner of Harlem's Milk Burger, which opened last April, said an intern is responsible for creating the website that bears a remarkable resemblance to Shake Shack's website.
Some of the East Village's most popular first date spots were Max Brenner's chocolate shop and Webster Hall.
Two baseball fans will be on display inside the "MLB Fan Cave" in Greenwich Village beginning Thursday.
New efforts in the fight against bed bugs include rules for building owners and a new informational website.
Tricia Lewis, the "Fashion Herald" blogger, says Herald Square stores give SoHo boutiques a run for their money.
A group of friends from Heschel high school have launched a month-long campaign against meat-eating.
Movements.org, headquartered in SoHo, is helping grassroots movements utilize social media.
The Graco baby stroller recall came Wednesday, after at least four infants were strangled by the strollers.
A BodyRock Sport designer discovered a porter in her bathroom with a thong bodysuit, according to a published report.
The Manhattan Borough president says the online project represents the future of community organizing in the city.
A new website site allows city tax payers to see how much agencies spend on things like liquor and car services.
The bill would prohibit tenants from renting out their apartments for fewer than 30 days.
Anna Chapman, a 28-year-old Financial District resident, was allegedly working in Manhattan as a Russian spy.
The New York Times announced that it will host the polling website FiveThirtyEight.com on their site.
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