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Summer In The City

Midtown »

Thieves Steal Dozens of the Odd DOT Signs That Have Mystified New Yorkers

Forty of the 50 conceptual street signs, featuring skulls and coat hangers, have been swiped.

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Each day, DNAinfo.com New York features news you can use to enjoy the best possible summer in the city. From family activities to outdoor concerts, quick weekend getaways and the best summer date spots, DNAinfo’s neighborhood reporters present something unique for every age range. 

Jamaica »

The annual event will take place this Saturday at the Jamaica Farmers Market.

Chelsea »

The New York College of Health Professions' Chelsea clinic offers cheap massages from students.

Williamsburg »

Biking to the office can make you a sweaty mess in the summer. Here are some ways to avoid that.

Boerum Hill »

OnlyAtoms is bringing a "Brooklyn, New York style" to its new line of running clothes.

Williamsburg »

The organizer hopes that the party setting will help people become more comfortable with body painting.

Rockaway Beach »

The seating areas were ripped by community members over concerns about cancer and improper use.

Soundview »

The city's PlaNYC initiative funded the $6 million project.

Financial District »

St. George's Tavern, opening in a landmarked former church, will serve American and Chinese food.

Rockaway Beach »

The word "ROCKAWAY" on the boardwalk won't include the "R" at first — it's being built later.

Downtown Brooklyn »

You don't have to leave the city to pitch a tent and roast marshmallows.

Lower East Side »

Visitors taking the tour can decide if a reconstructed Orchard Street apartment is up to 1901 codes.

Long Island City »

Lucky Seven Subway Tours will launch next week, showing visitors the borough from its best-known train.

Union Square »

The US Open truck will give away food next week at Bryant Park, Madison Square Park and Union Square.

Union Square »

Chat 'n Chew, a comfort food spot that opened near Union Square 22 years ago, will become Little Sal's.