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Greenwich Village »

Video Claims to Capture NYC's 'Worst' Subway Performance

A video captured a pair of performers... well, just watch it for yourself. 

Bed-Stuy »

New Web Series Highlights Identity, Politics and Nigerian Life in Brooklyn

"Assorted Meat" shows the African diaspora experience with five Nigerian roommates living in Bed-Stuy.

Bed-Stuy »

Filmmakers Eat Their Way Along the A Train for Web Series

Bloggers and filmmakers with "Internets Celebrities" highlight food on the A line in "Food Warriors." 

Midtown »

What Happened in New York This Week: 9 Stories You Need to Read

Ebola patient Dr. Craig Spencer was released and the mayor missed a memorial because of "a rough night."

West Village »

VIDEO: Straphanger In 8-Ball Jacket Slaps Woman, Prompting Subway Brawl

A wild brawl took place on the F train after a man in an 8-ball jacket slapped a woman in the face.

Chelsea »

YouTube Opening Production Studio in Chelsea

The space will have modern video equipment for aspiring YouTube filmmakers.

Jackson Heights »

Police Investigating Video of Alleged Anti-Gay Slurs and Assault on F Train

The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the video of the alleged F train incident, police said.

Williamsburg »

Manhattan 'Bros' Hunt for Brooklyn Hipster Chicks in 'Girls'-Inspired Show

Anthony DiMieri, 24, wrote "Bros" after watching the entire "Girls" first season in a few days. 

Astoria »

Astoria Food Lover Samples NYC's Global Cuisine in New Web Show

Astoria resident Elaine Lee is eating her way around the world in New York City with "Escapelicious."

Central Harlem »

Viral 'Harlem Shake' Videos Get No Love on 125th Street

A web producer from New Jersey talked to people on 125th Street who strongly dislike the viral sensation.

Jackson Heights »

Bengali Meme Group Puts Desi Twist on Harlem Shake in Jackson Heights

Bengali Memes organized a Harlem Shake-off in Jackson Heights Monday.

Washington Heights »

Harlem Shake Shimmies Uptown

Two videos, uploaded over the weekend, show that not even northern Manhattan is immune to the viral hit.

Graniteville »

Staten Island's P.S. 22 Chorus Performs at Presidential Inauguration

The Graniteville chorus was scheduled to sing four songs at President Barack Obama's inauguration.

Downtown »

OWS Protester Files Lawsuit Against NYPD Officer Who Allegedly Punched Him

Felix Rivera-Pitre claims he was hit repeatedly by Deputy Inspector Johnny Cardona during a 2011 protest.

Fordham »

The Killers Team Up with Werner Herzog to Stream Live from The Bronx

The band and the acclaimed director team up for the "American Express Unstaged" series.