Hoops Cabaret opened at 48 W. 33rd St., just below Herald Square.
Espaillat had proposed the moratorium last year to battle a rise in liquor licenses in Inwood.
The Inwood native will launch the series to raise $300K to upgrade the historic theater's audio system.
The fire happened due to an "electrical malfunction on an extension chord," officials said.
A crash at the Hoboken train station has disrupted service between that city and Manhattan.
Gina Zuckerman moved to New York 60 years ago after six years in German labor camps in World War II.
A running group said the city has been slow to fix two dozen street lamps along jogging paths in parks.
The men have been sought since they inadvertently deactivated the bomb they found on West 27th Street.
Facade damage to 711 West End Ave. could lead to injuries from falling bricks, residents say.
A police officer saw the suspect shove a box of Cheez-Its down his pants, the DA's office said.
The first female presidential campaigns will open an exhibit focusing on FDR's four campaigns.
After 10 years without a wage increase, day care workers will get one, but it's not enough, many say.
Her arm and finger were cut in the attack near East 12th Street and Fifth Avenue, police said.
Hundreds of bright, red SunPatiens will be given away on Oct. 7.
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