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Harlem's Milk Burger Owner 'Looking Into' Alleged Shake Shack Rip-Off

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.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Matchmaking Website Names East Village Top Spot for First Dates

Some of the East Village's most popular first date spots were Max Brenner's chocolate shop and Webster Hall.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Two Fans to Watch 2,454 Baseball Games in Village 'Cave'

Two baseball fans will be on display inside the "MLB Fan Cave" in Greenwich Village beginning Thursday.

Manhattan »

City Sets New Rules for Landlords in Fight to Stamp Out Bed Bugs

New efforts in the fight against bed bugs include rules for building owners and a new informational website.

Midtown & Theater District »

Fashion Blogger Prefers Herald Square to SoHo

Tricia Lewis, the "Fashion Herald" blogger, says Herald Square stores give SoHo boutiques a run for their money.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

Teen Leads Campaign to Go Meat-Free in 'Veguary'

A group of friends from Heschel high school have launched a month-long campaign against meat-eating.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Egyptian Uprising Aided by SoHo-Based Website

Movements.org, headquartered in SoHo, is helping grassroots movements utilize social media.

Manhattan »

Graco Recalls 2 Million Baby Strollers After 4 Reported Deaths

The Graco baby stroller recall came Wednesday, after at least four infants were strangled by the strollers.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

Designer Catches Porter Trying on her Underwear in Murray Hill Apartment

A BodyRock Sport designer discovered a porter in her bathroom with a thong bodysuit, according to a published report.

Manhattan »

Scott Stringer Planning New Website for Community Groups

The Manhattan Borough president says the online project represents the future of community organizing in the city.

Manhattan »

New Website Lets New Yorkers Track City Spending

A new website site allows city tax payers to see how much agencies spend on things like liquor and car services.

Manhattan »

Bill Threatens to Make Short-Term Apartment Rentals Illegal

The bill would prohibit tenants from renting out their apartments for fewer than 30 days.

Downtown »

Financial District Woman Accused of Being a Russian Spy

Anna Chapman, a 28-year-old Financial District resident, was allegedly working in Manhattan as a Russian spy.

Manhattan »

New York Times to Host Political Website FiveThirtyEight.com

The New York Times announced that it will host the polling website FiveThirtyEight.com on their site.