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South Street Seaport »

The ice cream chain will open an outpost in the Seaport this summer.

Civic Center »

Artist Katja Novitskova's "Earth Potential" exhibit will be on display starting on June 22.

Financial District »

The bronze statue staring down the Wall Street Bull has become a symbol of female power, for some.

Governors Island »

The winner of the "City of Dreams" competition will find a home on the island this summer.

Financial District »

Portions of Broad Street and Water Street were shut down because of ice falling from 104 Broad St.

TriBeCa »

Many public schools across the city don't recite the pledge, although it is a state requirement.

Battery Park City »

Ten schools, including five elementary schools, have tested for high levels of lead.

Financial District »

The exhibit of "modern-day Rosies" will be on display through May 15.

Financial District »

The gourmet tea brand has retails shops in SoHo, Boerum Hill and the Upper West Side.

Financial District »

The 4-foot tall statue, a temporary piece, is a call for more women leaders in business.

Financial District »

The man, found collapsed on the E train, appeared to have had a heart attack, police said.

Financial District »

The victim snapped a photo of the man who grabbed her, police said.

Financial District »

The newest outpost of the Blue Ribbon restaurant chain is inspired by its SoHo Brasserie.

Financial District »

The robber stole more than $300 worth of body lotion, shampoo and conditioner, police said.

SoHo »

Lawyers for the man convicted of killing Etan Patz say jurors in the retrial had improper information.