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Rapper Records an Entire Album on SoHo Apple Store Display Computers

The album title is an acronym of "Prince Harvey At The Apple Store: SoHo."

Grasmere »

Tinder of Real Estate Helps Users Find the Home They'll Love

HomeSwipe lets users swipe left or right to find their dream rental.

Fort Greene »

Center for Fiction Heads to Brooklyn After Nearly 2 Centuries in Manhattan

The Center for Fiction is moving into the BAM North II building, aka EyeBAM, in Fort Greene.

St. George »

City Wants to Turn St. George Building Into Media and Tech Hub

The city released an RFP on Tuesday for 55 Stuyvesant Place.

East Harlem »

Does This Game Make Planning Affordable Housing Fun?

Better question: Can planning affordable housing be made fun?

Financial District »

LISTEN: MTA Slashes More Words From Subway Announcements

"Stand clear of the closing doors" was cut down to "Stand clear," according to the video.

Windsor Terrace »

Windsor Terrace Resident on the Hunt for Lost Drone

A reward is being offered for the drone's return, no questions asked.

Inwood »

Uptown's 34th Precinct Becomes NYPD's First to Join Facebook

The precinct launched its own Facebook page on Tuesday and quickly amassed more than 250 likes.

Bushwick »

Web Series Highlighting Brooklyn Artisans Fundraises for Second Season

Graphic designer Jennifer Dopazo is raising money for a new season of web series "The Fabricant Way."

SoHo »

You Can Make a 3-D Replica of Yourself and Your Dog at This Store In SoHo

A new shop allows you to print an action figure of yourself.

Park Slope »

Thank Goodness: We Now Have a Park Slope Snapchat Geofilter

Finally, a geofilter celebrating a neighborhood's transit options!

Hudson Square »

See 3-D Printers, Synthesizers and Podcast Celebs in Hudson Square

The downtown neighborhood — and growing tech sector — is hosting a series of demos, exhibits and talks.

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