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Kips Bay »

Kipsey's Diner to Close and Drunken Munkey 'Spin-off' to Move in

The owners recently transferred their lease to an Indian restaurant, they said.

Financial District »

Get a Sneak Peek at the View From 1 World Trade Center's Observatory

The observatory, more than 1,250 feet in the air, will open to the public May 29.

East Harlem »

Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito Sets Timeline on East Harlem Rezoning

There will be five public sessions before the speaker's steering committee submits a rezoning plan.

Central Harlem »

PHOTOS: Menus From Old Harlem Hot Spots Show Area's Foodie History

The Schomburg Center opened its archives to reveal menus from the Cotton Club and other Harlem eateries.

Midtown »

Fans Fly in From All Over U.S. to Attend David Letterman's Final Show

Fans from across the country came to Midtown for the "Late Show" host's final show after 21 years.

East Village »

Officials to Support East Village Shops Affected by Blast with Biz Crawl

The Friday evening event is meant to encourage visits to restaurants and shops near the blast site.

Lower East Side »

LES 'Love Mob' to Highlight Clinton Street Shops Through Art and Stories

The event will showcase longtime small businesses in the struggling retail corridor, organizers said.

Crown Heights »

Dunkin' Donuts Opening Fourth Site in Crown Heights

The new store is replacing the Super Express Deli-Grocery at Franklin Ave. and Eastern Parkway.

Inwood »

Uptown Nightclub Shuttered Days After Man Was Fatally Shot Outside

Tette Club was shut down five days after a man was killed in a shooting in front of the venue.

Fort George »

Liquor License OK'd for Washington Hts. Club Where Officers Were Assaulted

The 34th Precinct police declined to object to the nightclub's liquor license renewal.

Central Harlem »

Marcus Samuelsson Food Fest Devoured Part of Morningside Park, Locals Say

The southern portion of Morningside Park has been closed to the public for the last six days.

Elmhurst »

Pan Am Building Owner Owes $30K in Fire Safety Violations: Officials

The building's owner skipped an April 27 hearing about multiple safety violations, officials said. 

Forest Hills »

Forest Hills Residents Fight to Keep Their Barnes & Noble Open

Nearly 2,500 people have already signed a petition urging the bookstore to stay open.

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