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South Beach »

A Columbia University study found that areas with the most overdoses have the least access to services.

Morningside Heights »

Brayard Arno, 28, left a Columbia student in critical condition after a Monday hit-and-run, police said.

Hamilton Heights »

Health policy experts tell DNAinfo why they think it's still worth buying an Obamacare plan this year.

Morningside Heights »

No hoverboards will be allowed on campus, while drone flights must be pre-arranged.

Midtown »

All talks are free and some bars will offer discounts on drinks for the occasion, organizers said. 

Chelsea »

Mel Fields started Pupstarz in February and has since placed 20 dogs in new homes.

Hunts Point »

"Bx46" will makes its New York premeire at the Museum of the Moving Image on Jan. 17 at 2 p.m.

Upper West Side »

Book Culture employees walked out of their jobs Wednesday to protest recent firings over a union vote.

Inwood »

Columbia University promised $300,000 for community uses, but it still hasn't been doled out.

Inwood »

The long-delayed park at 218th Street and Indian Road is now open to the public.

West Harlem »

The group has awarded $3 million to 110 nonprofits in 2013.

West Harlem »

A Columbia University professor was the victim of a vicious anti-Muslim attack Saturday night.

Inwood »

The park, dubbed "Muscota Marsh," remains locked up even as Columbia says construction is finished.

Upper West Side »

Looking for nightlife welcoming to the 21 and under crowd? Look no further.

Morningside Heights »

Get to your happy, solo place at one of these low-key spots near Columbia University.