Central Harlem »

Meet Harlem's Best Bartender

For the second time in three years, Naima Williams has been crowned the best bartender Uptown.

West Village »

Community Board Architect Not Allowed To Take On Restaurant Project

An architect on the community board learned she could not work on a project under the board's review.

Chelsea »

Fired WeWork Cleaners Find Support at Picket Lines

Cleaners who lost their jobs shortly after threatening to unionize picketed various WeWork sites.

East Village »

Cobbler Craft Dying Out As Rents Rise, Cheap Shoes Proliferate, Skills Wane

NYC's shoe repair craftsmen are struggling to stay in Manhattan amid changes.

Greenwich Village »

Counterfeit or Out-of-State Cigarettes Sold Equally Throughout City: Study

Cigarettes with illegal tax stamps are sold all over the five boroughs, according to a new NYU study.

West Village »

Prohibition-Era Law May Prevent Japanese Restaurant from Serving Soju

Hakata Tonton wants to expand into the space previously occupied by drag bar Boots & Saddle.

Bayside »

Barnes & Noble May Soon Close its Last Store in Queens

The bookstore chain said it was not able to renew its lease at its two remaining locations.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Starliner Cafe to Bring 'Little Daily Farmer’s Market' to Prospect-Lefferts

The owner of the new Nostrand Avenue shop hopes to sell products from his family's Catskills farm.

Crown Heights »

Brooklyn Nail Salons Protest Increased Regulations With One-Day Strike

Salons in Crown Heights, Park Slope and Prospect-Lefferts Gardens closed their doors on Tuesday.

Forest Hills »

Target to Replace Barnes & Noble in Forest Hills

Target is scheduled to open by July 2016. 

East Harlem »

Crime-Ridden 125th St. Ignored by Times Sq. Breast-Obsessed Mayor: Critics

Advocates say elected officials have ignored the troubled area for years. 

Upper East Side »

UES Two Boots Pizza Forced to Shut Down After Gas Leak Found, Manager Says

The gas leak was discovered during a Con Ed inspection on Tuesday, according to the building's manager.

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