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Columbus Circle »

Messages including "Finally we have a white man in the White House" were written in marker, police said.

Crown Heights »

The graffiti will be investigated by the NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force, police sources said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The word "Trump!" was scrawled outside the room at 6 MetroTech Center a day after the election.

Astoria »

The building will feature art on each floor, which can be viewed through a glass wall in the elevator.

Long Island City »

The developer was slammed for using non-union labor to build towers at the former graffiti showplace.

Rego Park »

The storefront had been a sore spot for residents for years.

Park Slope »

Gear To Go Outfitters is offering a $200 reward for help identifying the suspects.

Hudson Heights »

The wall was covered with images of pigs and unicorns. Now anti-Palestine messages are scrawled there. 

West Brighton »

"Coolin' on Castleton" will take place on July 30 from noon to 6 p.m. on Castleton Avenue.

Inwood »

Nearly a dozen cars parked along Park Terrace West near 215th Street were vandalized Monday night.

Bed-Stuy »

The name was sprayed on a Taaffe Place building, officials said.

Astoria »

The Welling Court Mural Project fills the neighborhood with vibrant art work every year.

East Williamsburg »

People who work on the block suspect a group of people living in a camper on the street are to blame.

Prospect Heights »

We'll give you a hint: It's not Trump. And it's probably not Hillary, either.

Washington Heights »

Soraya Marquez, 35, said her "work will still be here" as long as she stays on top of her game.