For those set on making art in New York City, here's the lowdown from gallerists and artists.
The Italian fashion brand will lease a 15,000-square-foot historic building on Mercer Street.
The Prospect Heights restaurant opened three years ago at 606 Vanderbilt Ave.
Lenny Cecere, 91, died on Feb. 25, marking the end of an era, neighbors and patrons say.
Bed-Stuy residents gave a letter of approval to Fancy Nancy but shot down bids for three other bars.
The longtime Washington Avenue diner applied for a full liquor license this week.
"It just didn't stick," owner Pip Freeman said about the French cuisine restaurant.
The theater, which opened in 1927, has been struggling for several years.
We're pitting some of the borough's best artisanal fare against each other in a March Madness showdown.
The bar is opening as Mason & Mug and Pacifico's Fine Foods close in the neighborhood.
The loss of Nine Chains was a blow, but other business owners say Church Avenue has a bright future.
Tonnie's Minis will be featured on the show, which aims to transform struggling small businesses.
We're pitting some of the borough's best neighborhood institutions against each other in a showdown.
Visual art is in focus this week, with The Armory Show, The Art Show and Volta NY all kicking off.
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