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East Harlem »

Celebrate Spring With a Free Cherry Blossom Festival At Randall’s Island

A couple of thousand people are expected to attend the free event, organizers said.

East Village »

Federal Government Giving Low-Interest Loans to East Village Blast Victims

Affected residents and business can receive loans to replace or repair property.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy's Khemistry Bar Opens Backyard Beer Garden

The Lab will serve 10 craft brews and seat more than 200 people in the Malcolm X Boulevard yard.

Jackson Heights »

Chef Who Once Cooked for Royalty Opening New Restaurant

Chef Stewart Wadden wants to bring a farm-fresh menu to a former Indian restaurant on 37th Avenue.

East Village »

Stage Restaurant Fights Eviction, Denies Tampering With Gas Lines in Suit

The East Village diner disputes the landlord's claim that it siphoned gas.

Midtown »

#MayDay NYC: Who to Follow for Real Time Updates on Protests on May 1

Meet the people who are upholding the long-standing NYC tradition of May Day protests.

Jackson Heights »

Future of Diversity Plaza to Be Revealed at Community Meeting

Preliminary DOT plans for Diversity Plaza will be unveiled on May 9.

Gowanus »

Bar Backed by Mumford & Sons Musician Aims to Become Band After-Party Hub

Givers and Takers has connections in the music world and plans to host after-parties for bands.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Marriott Gets $43M Brooklyn Makeover With Navy Yard Lounge and Local Beer

The Marriott hotel will unveil a renovated bar, lounge and front desk area in May.

Upper East Side »

Victoria Beckham to Talk Fashion at 92nd Street Y Event in June

Ticket prices to the June 3 event start at $38, the organizer said.

Upper West Side »

PODCAST: Columbus Avenue's Shift from Derelict Stores to $100 Mustard

Barbara Adler describes the way the avenue has changed dramatically over the years. 

Morrisania »

Third-Generation Bronx Pet Store Owner Closes Shop to Raise Sheep

Animal Feeds, Inc. expects to close by the end of June and make way for a day care center.

Gramercy »

Dive Bar Bull's Head Tavern Closed After Nearly 20 Years in Business

The neighborhood bar closed last week, according to Bull's Head Tavern's Facebook page.

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