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Civic Center »

Vincent Lopreto has a long history of faking work by Damien Hirst, according to reports.

Greenwich Village »

Cafemarie, an offshoot of Delimarie in TriBeCa, opened in Greenwich Village last week.

Astoria »

Bourbon and Vine, on 30th Avenue, will be running a special Mardi Gras menu from Friday to Tuesday.

Arverne »

The area's former congressman hopes the eatery will bring healthy food and provide work training.

Soundview »

Virgilio Ocampo, 33, was tracked down by police at a bus station in Louisiana, police say.

Flatiron »

Bo's, a 70-seat eatery near Madison Square Park, is expected to open in October.

Rego Park »

London Lennie’s is celebrating crawfish with a Louisiana-style menu.

New York City »

Council members are hoping to prevent issues seen in New Orleans, like shady contractors.

Fort Greene »

The proposed opening of a new Habana Outpost in New Orleans has some Fort Greene neighbors buzzing.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

"Infinity Dance Theater" is preparing for a new season as the movie "Musical Chairs" opens in theaters.

Manhattan »

DNAinfo has the roundup of the best ways to celebrate Fat Tuesday without flying to New Orleans.

Midtown & Theater District »

The Knicks beat the Dallas Mavericks 104-97 at Madison Square Garden on Feb. 19, 2012.

Manhattan »

The city reclaimed the dubious honor in a poll of  Travel + Leisure readers.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The statue of Navy Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, the Union soldier who prevented New Orleans from falling into the hands of the Confederate army, received its annual checkup and cleaning in Madison Square Park on Tuesday. 

Manhattan »

Not living in an evacuation zone? Enjoy these five libations while waiting out the storm.