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Lower East Side »

Man Attacks 3 Asian Women With Heavy Object, Police Say

Police are asking for help identifying a man they say is targeting Asian women.

Midtown »

Woman Crowdsources Capture of Her Sexual Attacker 2 Years After Assault

Elisa Lopez used the viral video of her sexual assault to bring her assailant to justice.

Mott Haven »

Mentorship Program for Teen Girls Coming to South Bronx

A Brooklyn-based mentorship program for teenage girls is expanding to the South Bronx.

Chelsea »

Best Places for Women to Go Topless in New York City

DNAinfo has found the most discreet places for New York women to shed their shirts.

Midtown East »

Midtown Men's Tailor Expands Bespoke Service to Women

Belluci Napoli began offering bespoke suits for women four months ago to meet rising demand.

West Harlem »

State Reviewing Columbia's Minority Hiring at West Harlem Campus Expansion

Columbia claims to have exceeded minority hiring and spending goals, but critics are skeptical.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Choreographer Explores the Obligations of Women in a Solo Show

Rebekah Windmiller will perform 'Beholden' at the Cora Studio-Theatre on April 12 and 13.

Greenpoint »

State Seeks Female Hard Hats to Rebuild Kosciuszko Bridge

The state is encouraging women to apply for the $5 million construction project.

Bed-Stuy »

New Youth Exhibit Celebrates the Women of Bedford-Stuyvesant

A new art project sponsored by DIVAS for Social Justice celebrates important women in Bed-Stuy history.

New York City »

Christine Quinn Courts Women Power Brokers in DC

Rep. Carolyn Maloney told DNAinfo she thought Quinn would make a "terrific mayor."

Central Harlem »

Bowery Mission Opens Transitional Home for Women in Harlem

The Bowery Mission's first program in Harlem is designed to give women a helping hand.

Upper East Side »

Salon Offers Simultaneous Blowout and Manicures for Busy Manhattan Women

Fix Beauty Bar offers simultaneous blowouts and manicures on the Upper East Side.

Williamsburg »

Female Riders Flock to New Gender-Based Bike Club

The group mirrors a nationwide movement of gender-focused cyclists, advocates said.

Bay Ridge »

Brooklyn Pol Cancels Controversial 'Women's Business Event'

The original event description said women would learn to "sit, stand and walk like a model."

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Real 'Rosie the Riveters' Celebrated in NYU Project

A new history project celebrates the can-do spirit of 1940s laborers like Rosie the Riveter.