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Krakatoa blows its top, The Guinness Book of World Records debuts, "Mary Poppins" premieres, The Beatles meet The King, and a guitar great dies, all on this day.
Last week, developers took a wrecking ball to the storied graffiti shrine. It has been decades since the underground art of graffiti went mainstream, giving some of its renegade aerosol painters a Picasso -like worldwide fame.
A $4.9 million bus service expansion will take effect on Sunday, including the addition of an M12 route on West Side, Manhattan.
A drug-addled Manhattan real-estate executive raided his company's coffers - including the employees' health-care fund - to finance his Hamptons summer home and Upper East Side pad, a new lawsuit charges.
With so much of the country enjoying the fun of International Talk-Like-a-Pirate Day, the Folk Music Society of New York reasoned, why not invite the public to sing like them -- or at least about them? On Fri., Sept.
Since its humble beginnings in 2004 as a small, free concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's BAMcafA© in Fort Greene, Brooklyn the AfroPunk Festival has blossomed into a full, two-day cultural juggernaut with thousands of attendees.
The freebie, which allows riders to transfer between the G train station at Broadway and the J/M stop at Lorimer St. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is set to end once work on the G train's Greenpoint Tube concludes on Sept.
The City Council dedicated $1.32 million to helping replenish food banks and announced a week-long food drive to help feed the city's hungry.
Police are on the hunt for a suspect in Friday's non-fatal double shooting in Port Richmond after a witness picked him from a police-provided photo array, an NYPD spokesman said.
Over the weekend, Brooklyn was treated to a host of events. From Spike Lee's Michael Jackson tribute Bed-Stuy's Restoration Plaza to celebrating the 10th anniversary of AFROPUNK , there was no shortage of history making going on in Kings County.
Mayor Bill de Blasio appears to be avoiding Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods that supported his electoral rival, Joe Lhota, including Sheepshead Bay and Bensonhurst, according to a report in the New York Observer.
The 126 seats will be reserved for 4-year-olds living in Brooklyn's District 15, which stretches from Carroll Gardens and Park Slope to Sunset Park.
While it may largely seem that the way of doing things when it comes to structures here in New York City is knock down and build, build again , that's not always the case.
A million-dollar mobile home is not an entirely new phenomenon, though it may be an entirely American one.
A list of the best staples in town for those on a budget.
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