High-waisted pants and floral accents emerge as key spring looks.
Zhordrack Blodywon was suspect of sexual assaults in Flushing, Queens, and the West Village.
A French macaron purveyor, an Italian eatery and an American-fare restaurant to open Village locations.
Plans to demolish a building in the Greenwich Village Historic District and construct four townhouses received a preliminary go-ahead Monday.
Almost 20 years after the peak of HIV diagnoses in the city, the West Village is now an important place for people who are aging with the disease.
A Perry Street house that served as the residence for Sarah Jessica Parker's "Sex and the City" character is on the market for $8.5 million.
A new design for the St. Vincent's Triangle would create a 15,000-square-foot park with more than 600 seats.
Area retailers are planning an evening of free food and drinks, games, celebrity appearances and product giveaways.
Volunteers loosely organized under the name Village Angels will re-hang the Tiles for America on Sunday as part of the 10th annual Father Mychal Judge Walk of Remembrance.
A new location of the beloved Brooklyn swine shrine Fatty 'Cue will officially open on Tuesday.
Bars near NYU said Thursday they are welcoming the influx of students with open arms and full glasses.
Cyndi Lauper's True Colors Residence, the state's first permanent supportive housing facility for LGBT youth, will open in Harlem Sept. 1.
Thirty-seven grocery stores in Manhattan were recently busted for selling alcohol to underage customers, the State Liquor Authority announced Friday.
A free party on Pier 54 Sunday combines the country's most noted blues bands and the best barbecue the city can muster.
The real-life superhero Dark Guardian says he's helping control crime and disorder on Christopher Street.
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