Williamsburg »

Madewell Opens Williamsburg Location

Madewell will be on North Sixth Street, blocks away from J. Crew's reported new location.

Long Island City »

Doe Fund Workers to Clean Stretch of 36th Ave. in Dutch Kills

City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer allocated $33,000 to bring the street cleaning program to 36th Avenue.

Upper East Side »

Subway Inn Stays Open While It Fights Its Case In Court

Veteran dive bar Subway Inn will stay open until a judge decides on a new closing date.

Cobble Hill »

Judge Temporarily Halts Sale of LICH Over Failure to Hire Laid-Off Nurses

Labor unions said SUNY and the bidder have violated the terms of a court-ordered settlement agreement.

East Harlem »

State Offers $425K to Small Businesses Affected by East Harlem Explosion

The money will be distributed in loans of up to $20,000 to businesess near the explosion site.

Long Island City »

LIC's Secret Theatre Looking to Raise $10K to Stay Afloat

Owner Richard Mazda says the funds will help stave off program cuts and worst case, closure.

Corona »

MAP: Here's How Far Willets Point Redevelopment Projects Have Progressed

The renovation of the Iron Triangle is just one of the projects planned for Corona and Flushing.

Belle Harbor »

PHOTOS: Look at the Vintage Boat Car That Sold for $33K in Rockaway

The 1967 Amphicar sold on eBay on Sunday for much less than other comparable listings.

Upper West Side »

Mom Makes Placemats to Teach Kids About Nutrition and Manners

Amy Rowland started online shop Georgie Porgie to help parents teach their kids in a playful way.

Central Harlem »

Activists Create Signs to Protest Harlem Church's Homophobic Messages

Liz Jackson started the #HarlemLove campaign to counter the church's homophobic signs.

Forest Hills »

Footwear and Halloween Costume Stores Coming to Forest Hills

New shops are slated to fill two empty storefronts in Forest Hills.

Jackson Heights »

82nd Street BID Director Stepping Down to Take Position in NoHo

Seth Taylor joined the 82nd Street Partnership in 2012.

West Harlem »

Harlem Students Trade Summer Sun and Fun for Labs and Apps

Two dozen Harlem high schoolers spent their summer doing app development and engineering design.

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