New Dorp Beach »

Staten Island Needs $37M to Recover From Sandy, State Told

Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis asked for the money from the Empire State Development Corporation.

Rockaway Beach »

INTERACTIVE MAP: See Where Rockaway's Boardwalk Wood Went After Sandy

The decades-old boardwalk was made from valuable tropical hardwoods that have been repurposed.

Upper East Side »

Wine Bar's Fundraiser Supports Volunteers Who Bring Music to Hospitals

Kaia, a South African wine bar on the Upper East Side, is raising money for nonprofit Musicians on Call.

Rockaway Beach »

Rockaway Ferry Service Stopping for Good This Fall Despite Activist Efforts

The move came as activists put an ad in an Italian newspaper chiding Mayor de Blasio.

Elmhurst »

Homeless Shelter Residents Bused to the Movies Ahead of Protest

Residents were sent to watch "How to Train Your Dragon 2" as 550 people protested Pan Am shelter.

Jackson Heights »

Legislation Would Let You Pay for Bike Commute with Pre-Tax Cash

The proposed legislation could also help bring Citi Bike to Queens, according to a congressman.

Greenwich Village »

Don't Tell Owners Their Buildings Are Set for Landmarking: Preservationists

Preservationists want the city to stop tipping off owners when their buildings may be landmarked.

Williamsburg »

Patrons 'Feel Weird' About Williamsburg Starbucks on Opening Day

The new shop at Union Avenue and Ainslie Street opened Monday.

East Village »

St. Mark's Bookshop Reopens in New East Village Home

St. Mark's Bookshop opened its new spot on E. 3rd St. after high rents forced the store to move.

Red Hook »

Decorate Your Place with Vintage Marine Gear for Cheap

PortSide NewYork is hosting a fundraising sale of marine tools and equipment this month.

Upper West Side »

New Tenant Sought for Columbus Avenue Shop Teddy

Brokers are marketing the 391-square-foot space for $16,000 a month.

Bed-Stuy »

Shared Office Space Owner Wants to Help Bed-Stuy Work Together

A new 1,200-square-foot coworking space in Bed-Stuy opened on Thursday.

Downtown Brooklyn »

String of Public Plazas and Parks Planned for Downtown Brooklyn

The mayor recently announced a series of projects that will transform Downtown Brooklyn's green spaces. 

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