Fort Greene »

12 Things to Do in Your Brooklyn Neighborhood This Weekend

There's a lot more to do in Brooklyn for Fourth of July weekend than eat hot dogs and watch fireworks.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Prospect-Lefferts Gardeners Fundraise for Legal Fight Over Maple Street Lot

The group hopes a private investigator will help answer questions about the property's true owners.

Central Harlem »

Lenox Ave. Eatery Shut Down for Mice, Roaches and Flies, Health Dept. Says

Lenox Fast Food, on West 143rd St. was shut down by the Health Department Monday.

New Dorp Beach »

First West Nile Mosquitoes Found This Year in New Dorp Beach and Queens

The Department of Health said infected insects were found in Glen Oaks and New Dorp Beach.

East Elmhurst »

VIDEO: Man Rides Electric Unicycle Through Queens Lot While Smoking

The man had just come from the Game Stop in East Elmhurst. 

Downtown Brooklyn »

Apple Store-Inspired Marijuana Shop Planned for Downtown Brooklyn

PalliaTech signed a lease at 425 Fulton St. to open a medical marijuana dispensary.

West Village »

Cuomo Plan to End AIDS Epidemic Stymied By State Legislature, Mayor

The legislature took none of the low- or no-cost measures available to push the plan forward.

Greenpoint »

Pure Barre Fitness Studio Opens in Greenpoint

The nearly hourlong classes cost $33 per session.

Crown Heights »

Free Access to Crown Heights Co-Working Space Awarded to 3 Nonprofits

The Brooklyn Community Foundation gave the space as part of their "Accelerator Incubator Project."

Park Slope »

Brooklyn Beauty Queen Shares Personal Pain to Raise Stillbirth Awareness

Marjorie Vail, whose first child was stillborn, wants to raise awareness and research money.

East Harlem »

Best Public Outdoor Pools in the City

Whether you're working out or soaking up the sun, there's a pool to suit you opening Saturday.

Williamsburg »

Yoga Set to House Music Popping Up in McCarren Park This Summer

"If that moment calls for a dance party, then go for it," the DJ for the class said.

TriBeCa »

Lower Manhattan Recorded No Gun Violence Since 2013 Despite Citywide Rise

Shootings in the 1st Precinct have been rare for at least the past 15 years, police say.

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