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Mott Haven »

The Lit Bar could become more than a dream if its founder wins a $15,000 grant.

Upper East Side »

We asked if fruit cart vendors should be limited in how close they can be to brick-and-mortar stores.

Upper East Side »

Some stores have resorted to laying off workers to make up for lost income, Gristedes' owner said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Bodega Challenge asks chefs to cook only using foods purchased at an approved Hell's Kitchen bodega.

New York City »

110 young dancers have prepared dance performances to speak out against violence in their communities.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

The Amazing Garden will host its fourth annual grilled sandwich competition on Saturday.

Cobble Hill »

The "Eat Pie and Shop" event will also feature an artisanal gift market and activities for kids.

Crown Heights »

Sources close to 1000 Dean say there's anxiety but few answers about anchor tenant 3rd Ward. 

Coney Island »

Coney Island hosted the 23rd annual sand sculpture competition, drawing huge crowds to the beach.

Chelsea »

The International Chefs Congress is holding its first barbecue competition, featuring 10 teams.

East Village »

Competitors in Pogopolooza X are leaps and bounds beyond the average pogo stick rider.

Carroll Gardens »

The winners of the first Brooklyn String Competition will perform June 30 at St. Paul's Church.

Flushing »

The April 27 championships in Flushing are expected to draw 100 athletes from around the world.

Fort Greene »

Dino, Cornerstone, Chez Oskar, Madiba and Roman’s compete to create the nabe's signature cocktail.

Bed-Stuy »

The Daily Press is hosting this month's "Thursday Night Throwdown," a traveling latte art competition.