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Allerton »

Jose Roys was convicted of raping a 51-year-old woman on Christmas in 2014 around 6:20 a.m.

Brooklyn Heights »

Those who donate hats, gloves or socks for local students can take a selfie with an elf Saturday.

Williamsburg »

The pop-up clothing store opened Friday, according to employees.

Park Slope »

Kids can expect six school days off this winter break.

Williamsburg »

The controversial pub crawl is coming back for another round.

Concourse »

Rafael Herrera pleaded not guilty to attempted murder charges.

Washington Heights »

Police officers from the 34th Precinct organized a toy drive for several families in the neighborhood.

College Point »

Many of the things we associate with Christmas were invented here in the city.

Midtown »

The MTA will run modified service for Christmas and New Year's. 

Williamsburg »

If you're not celebrating or just want to go about your usual day, here are options for you.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Some stores slashed prices on winter gear to attract shoppers in 70 degree temperatures.

East Williamsburg »

"Political correctness scares me, it reminds me of the Soviet Union," the painting's designer said.

Midtown »

Baby, it ain't cold outside. So get out and try these Christmas Day outdoor opportunities. 

Fort George »

The toys were handed out to more than 150 kids from the Fort George Community Enrichment Center.


Here are the restaurants, bars, and coffee shops that will be open and closed for the holidays.