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Long Island City »

The bowling alley, which has its first location in Williamsburg, will open at 10-22 46th Ave.

Long Island City »

Owners of the popular bowling alley and bar will open this summer at 10-22 46th Ave.

Astoria »

Make your own clay animation, re-use your leftover wrapper paper or tour a decorated farmhouse.

Financial District »

Latitude 360, a restaurant, bowling alley, theater and arcade, is slated to open in the vacant building.

Greenwich Village »

Bowlmor Lanes at 110 University Place will close after 76 years and will be torn down.

Travis »

The Staten Island Mediocre Bowling Association is for players with an average of less than 140.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The bouncer claims the dress code kept out blacks and Latinos, and that management called him "brownie."

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Lucky Strike Lanes will reopen after taking on roughly 250,000 gallons of water during Hurricane Sandy.

East Village »

Hundreds of fans of the Coen Brothers' cult classic filled the East Village park Thursday night.

Midtown East »

The Teen Masters Bowling Championship played at Grand Central Terminal on Aug. 7 and 8.  

Midtown »

The tournament, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Harlem »

Harlem Lanes bowling alley at 2116 Seventh Ave. was the site of break-in on Feb. 7, 2012.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

DNAinfo.com got a sneak preview on Tuesday of the kitsch-adorned club, which boasts a a nine-hole mini-golf course, shuffleboard, beer pong tables and a dance floor.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

The cast of "The Big Lebowski" reunited to celebrate the release of the Coen brothers cult classic on Blu-Ray.