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Madewell will be on North Sixth Street, blocks away from J. Crew's reported new location.
City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer allocated $33,000 to bring the street cleaning program to 36th Avenue.
Veteran dive bar Subway Inn will stay open until a judge decides on a new closing date.
Labor unions said SUNY and the bidder have violated the terms of a court-ordered settlement agreement.
The money will be distributed in loans of up to $20,000 to businesess near the explosion site.
Owner Richard Mazda says the funds will help stave off program cuts and worst case, closure.
The renovation of the Iron Triangle is just one of the projects planned for Corona and Flushing.
The 1967 Amphicar sold on eBay on Sunday for much less than other comparable listings.
Amy Rowland started online shop Georgie Porgie to help parents teach their kids in a playful way.
Liz Jackson started the #HarlemLove campaign to counter the church's homophobic signs.
New shops are slated to fill two empty storefronts in Forest Hills.
Seth Taylor joined the 82nd Street Partnership in 2012.
Two dozen Harlem high schoolers spent their summer doing app development and engineering design.
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