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Midtown »

A horse named Pumpkin crashed into a cab carrying Mets outfielder Matt den Dekker, reports said.

Battery Park City »

Julie Menin will lead the rollout of the city's new paid sick leave law.

Inwood »

Community Board 12 voted against the cafe after its owner and a councilman disagreed on a closing time.

East Village »

Jerry Delakas can begin selling papers at his Astor Place newsstand after he starts paying a $9,000 fine.

East Village »

The city evicted Jerry Delakas from his Astor Place newsstand in December.

Inwood »

Dyckman Street's MamaSushi got a preliminary OK for an expanded sidewalk cafe and liquor license renewal.

Upper East Side »

UES residents have recently waged three successful fights against proposed newsstands.

Greenpoint »

Pastor Ann Kansfield criticized Williamsburg's recent crackdown on Sunday morning sidewalk brunches.

East Village & Lower East Side »

Newsstand owner Marilyn Louie is battling the city to keep her longtime newsstand on the Bowery.

Midtown & Theater District »

Steak 'n Shake's bid for a sidewalk cafe was turned down by the local community board Thursday.

Midtown & Theater District »

Many think there's no room on the crowded block where David Letterman films his show.

Harlem »

Three vendors were arrested last week, leaving many worried about how they will make a living.

Manhattan »

The Department of Consumer Affairs has charged a fake modeling agency almost $1 million in fines for scamming unemployed models for over six years.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

The sidewalk cafe in front of Albert Hall Tavern has returned, much to the chagrin of some members of the community.

Manhattan »

Just 38 percent of supermarkets inspected in Manhattan this year were deemed compliant, officials said Thursday.