Central Harlem »

Harlem Tech Conference Aims to Bring Silicon Alley Uptown

The Silicon Harlem Tech Conference was a way for Harlem to embrace technology.

Morrisania »

New Youth Network Aims to Get Kids Healthy and College-Ready

The partnership is called South Bronx Rising Together.

Williamsburg »

Most Brooklyn Rentals on Airbnb Are in Williamsburg and Greenpoint, AG Says

The report from the state attorney general said most of the city's Airbnb rentals are illegal.

East Harlem »

Local Organization Plans to Make 10,000 Sandwiches to Fight Hunger

One ambitious non-profit aims to feed every hungry New Yorker on World Food Day.

Union Square »

Pie Face Suddenly Closes Nearly All Its NYC Locations

The Australian cafe's only remaining NYC location is in Hell's Kitchen.

Hamilton Heights »

'Harlem High Line' Proposal Could Bring Affordable Housing

The Harlem Promenade could bring 2,000 affordable housing units and $170 million to Hamilton Heights.

SoHo »

6 Things to Consider Before Getting a .NYC Domain

Here's what to think about when buying a .nyc web address for your business or as a freelancer. 

SoHo »

Developer Promises Not to Put Big-Box Store in Glassy SoHo Building

The developer of 19 E. Houston St. said it will limit retail to 10,000 square feet.

Astoria »

5 Tips for Couples With Different Spending Habits

Psychologists and financial advisors offer tips for couples who don't agree on finances.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Food Court Closed for Mice, Roaches

The owner of the food court in Diversity Plaza said he's been inspected by the state in the past.

Crown Heights »

Kosher Burger Spot and Franklin Ave. Bar Set to Open in Crown Heights

The neighborhood's community board approved three liquor license applications Thursday night.

Battery Park City »

Longtime Downtown Marina Operator May Lose Control to Bigger Company

Battery Park City's North Cove Marina may get a new operator for an upcoming 10-year contract. 

Jackson Heights »

Queens County Market Bringing Fall Festival to Jackson Heights

The traveling market stops in Jackson Heights on Oct. 19. 

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