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The destruction created a "hazardous condition" for pedestrians, police said.

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Surveillance video showed the woman resisting the man's attempt to rob her on Hester and Ludlow streets.

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Meals at Charrúa will be similar to the homemade food owner Gonzalo Bava grew up eating, he said.

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Amenities will also include padded footrests and digital projection.

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G&S Sporting Goods will close in the first week of December because its owners are retiring.

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Billy's Antiques & Props, which closed after 26 years, will return as part of the Bedford+Bowery Bazaar.

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The Hester Street Fair debuted a nine-hole mini-golf course featuring Lower East Side landmarks.

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Takeam Brison attacked the woman when she told him to stop using homophobic slurs, police said.

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Artists with the "100 Gates Project" are spray-painting murals to beautify roll-down security gates.

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A broken rail caused major delays Thursday at about 5 p.m. 

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A straphanger fell onto the J train tracks Monday evening, officials said.

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Mandate of Heaven, which sells clothing made from vintage fabric, opened last week at 17 Essex St.

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The 4, 6, 7, A, C, D, F, J, L, M, N, Q, R, S and Staten Island Railway lines will all be affected.

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LES Crepes built a bathroom for its employees after being shut down by the Health Department.

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The Health Department shut down LES Crepes on Essex Street.