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Bay Ridge »

New York's famous catchphrase has been recognized by the literary establishment.

Central Harlem »

A new tourism campaign highlights local restaurants and cultural institutions. 

Astoria »

Astoria is featured in the city's latest Neighborhood x Neighborhood tourism campaign.

Kew Gardens »

Queens is the most ethnically diverse county in the US, and the second borough to use unique road signs.

Fort Greene »

James got $4,000 from developers, then wrote them a letter of support to the city.

Bed-Stuy »

Vira Lynn Jones owns about 4,000 art pieces from Africa and wants to open a formal museum.

Fort Greene »

Colored drinking glasses rise in the shape of trees at Katherine Gray's "A Tree Grows" exhibit.

Greenpoint »

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz approved the two developments on the waterfront.

Bed-Stuy »

The Department of Homeless Services says it will look at converting part of the Sumner Armory.

Gowanus »

The cleanup will take eight to 10 years, but won't make the canal safe enough for swimming.

Cobble Hill »

The Brooklyn street fair will be held Sept. 29 along 10 blocks of Atlantic Avenue.

Greenpoint »

District Leader Chris Olechowski is mobilizing the longtime Polish population against displacement.

Cobble Hill »

SUNY Downstate halted ambulance service and critical care at Long Island College Hospital.

Coney Island »

The city's beaches, hit hard by Hurricane Sandy, will reopen on Saturday.

Prospect Heights »

Eric Adams, who is running for Brooklyn borough president, was recorded as part of a federal probe.