Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

PHOTOS: Peek Inside the City's Newest School

Construction of the Beacon School on 44th Street was completed in early August, the DOE said.

Greenwich Village »

Counterfeit or Out-of-State Cigarettes Sold Equally Throughout City: Study

Cigarettes with illegal tax stamps are sold all over the five boroughs, according to a new NYU study.

Jamaica »

LL Cool J to Host Annual Back-To-School Giveaway in Jamaica

The event will take place at the Jamaica Colosseum Mall this Sunday.

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Libraries to Receive $3.2 Million for Upgrades and Repairs

Six libraries will get upgrades and repairs as a result of funding from Borough President Eric Adams.

Jackson Heights »

'In Jackson Heights' Makes New York Premiere in October

The film was shot in 2014 throughout Jackson Heights. 

Crown Heights »

Dance and Spoken Word Coming to Weeksville for September BEAT Festival

The Weeksville Heritage Center in Crown Heights will help host the annual arts festival next month.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Opponents Undeterred By Loss In Court

Anti-NYU activists are planning a rally with students and faculty from Cooper Union and the New School.

Upper East Side »

UES Shakespeare & Co. to Unveil New Look and Self-Publishing Machine

The location will feature a new on-demand book printer and a new coffee shop.

Upper West Side »

Chancellor Farina Pledges to Fight UWS School's 'Dangerous' Designation

She will help appeal the state's ruling of the Upper West Side's P.S. 191 as "persistently dangerous."

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Gaze at the Stars at the Intrepid's Astronomy Night

The Intrepid is hosting an Astronomy Night on Friday, Aug. 28. 

Bed-Stuy »

Brooklyn Principal Plans 'Educator Pep Rally' to Boost School Performance

The event will serve as motivation and encouragement to help Bed-Stuy's schools, the organizer said.

Cobble Hill »

Cobble Hill Trader Joe's Was Site of Despair for Washington in 1776

The grocery store marks a site of historic importance in the Battle of Brooklyn.

Upper West Side »

You Told Us: Should P.S. 191 Be Labeled 'Persistently Dangerous'?

Many residents sound off against the label, saying the state got it wrong.

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