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Oxford Dictionary Makes 'Manspreading' Official

The word is among other new additions such as "hangry," "mic drop," "rando" and "bruh."  

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights Back Alley Nearly Lost to History Recalls Colonial Retreat

Clove Road in Brooklyn takes its name from one of the oldest thoroughfares in the borough.

Upper West Side »

This Summer's Best Sunsets as Seen From Upper West Side

As the summer winds down, it's time to look back at the splash of neon colors that lit up the sky.

East New York »

Food Bloggers Discover That There Is Nowhere to Eat at Broadway Junction

If you're looking for processed sugar and lots of fat, Broadway Junction-area eateries are for you.

Prospect Heights »

Lost Ferret Found at Grand Army Plaza Given a Foster Home in the 'Burbs

The woman who picked up the lost ferret in Brooklyn last week says the pet is now living in Long Island.

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.

Marble Hill »

Worker Who Lit a Match to Check for Gas Sparked Bronx School Blast: Sources

Workers were remodeling a science laboratory at John F. Kennedy High School when the explosion happened.

Midtown »

WNYC's Stock Photos of Common City Experiences Are All Too Real

All the filth and frustrations of your New York life captured in pre-posed photographic form.

Midtown »

Village Voice Creates Emojis That Every New Yorker Needs

If images are the future of communication, then some NYC-specific emoji are definitely in order.

Murray Hill »

Jewish Dating App 'Tribe' Seeks to Upstage J-Date

If you keep ending up dating shnooks, a local entrepreneur offers a dating alternative for you.

Chelsea »

VIDEO: Dads React to Daughters Getting Catcalled in NYC

With all these men getting upset about catcalls, it's almost like street harassment is a real issue now.

Claremont »

NY Public Library's List of the Best Books Based in Your Neighborhood

Want to get to know your neighborhood without breaking a sweat? Give these NYC-based books a try.

Greenwich Village »

Draw Where Greenwich Village Ends and the West Village Begins

Draw the boundaries of NoHo, Nolita, SoHo, Hudson Square, and the Village(s) on this interactive map.

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