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Astoria »

"It's good karma," Nicole's Cleaners owner Jaime Jinete said. "And that comes back to you."

Fort Greene »

Local residents discussed recent violence that has shaken the neighborhood.

Park Slope »

The craft beer and sandwich shop has auctioned off its equipment and won't reopen, employees said.

Washington Heights »

While Washington Heights and Inwood have seen an influx of new jobs, not all residents have benefited.

Mott Haven »

The job fair is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at Hostos Community College.

Morrisania »

Close to 50 employers will come to this year's SUNY ATTAIN job fair.

Bushwick »

"Mostly Awake" both mirrors and lightly mocks the struggles of Bushwick male 20-somethings.

Flatiron »

The Workforce1 Center is located on Madison Avenue between East 26th and 27th streets.

Bay Ridge »

State Sen. Marty Golden wants to teach women "the Feminine Presence" in order to find work.

New York City »

The mayor unveiled an online map Tuesday that shows the locations of tech start-ups.

Manhattan »

New legislation will make it illegal for employers to consider job status when hiring.

Manhattan »

Despite a jump in the fourth quarter of 2011, Wall Street slumps, according to the Commerce Department.

Downtown »

Ice cream purveyors Ben & Jerry's have thrown their support behind the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Thousands of job seekers lined up outside United Palace Cathedral Wednesday for a chance to meet with potential employers at a second annual job fair.

Manhattan »

Mayor Bloomberg called on people to stand by President Obama on ABC's Good Morning America Wednesday morning despite a nation embroiled in "blame culture."