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Union Square »

An activist group says that double-parked cars have taken over the Fifth Avenue bike lanes.

Upper East Side »

An alleged 2001 will says Alicia Clark wanted to leave them money, but a 2004 will says otherwise.

Upper East Side »

Several museums are participating with free admission, live music and activities for kids.

Upper East Side »

Another story will be built on top of the building at 1143 Fifth Ave.

Upper East Side »

This 66th Street co-op sold for $52M, the most paid for a co-op in the city this year, broker says.

Chelsea »

Kari Bazemore will remain in the Department of Health's custody until he's fit for trial.

Park Slope »

Two longtime businesses must leave so their space can be renovated along with 146 affordable apartments.

Greenwich Village »

Where to go and what to do to celebrate Pride in New York City this year.

Greenwich Village »

Students were told to use bathrooms in nearby buildings, a report said.

Upper East Side »

The sale will help the museum buy its new home, officials say.

East Harlem »

Works of Roz Chast is on display at the Museum of the City of New York.

Midtown »

"F--- you. I don't need to give you ID," the vendor allegedly told the officers.

Upper East Side »

The Museum of the City of New York is documenting the process of archiving its costumes and textiles.

Upper West Side »

Here's where to look for downy little heads popping out of nests in local parks. 

Upper East Side »

The Upper East Side museum has unveiled a new plan for its expansion with more details on the way.