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If you were Lady Liberty, they'd pay $150,000 to see if it was safe for people to walk on your head. That's status! Plus news from Crown Heights, the LES, Clinton Hill, and Wash Heights, in the week's final boroughs report.
The Olive Garden doesn't like 'The Girls Next Door,' where to head instead of steakhouses for a good piece of meat, and more, in our morning news roundup.
A busybody mom seeks punishment for a nanny she thinks left a kid unattended in Carroll Gardens, New York 'Press' commenters lose their lunch over a Harlem-gentrification story, and a snarky Greenpoint blogger goes soft, all in today's neighborhood news.
Jared Kushner's developer bro rocks the East Village shul crowd, the waterfalls installation is killing the trees at River Café, barges are rotting in Jamaica Bay, and scruffle venue Studio B in Greenpoint is shuttered. In today's hood roundup!
“The club broke so many rules, it’s simply disgusting,” says a CB1 member.
On Fridays, Acme Smoked Fish lets you into its warehouse.
A mysterious video of a bunch of kids hanging around McKibbin Street spawns a new urban legend (in our minds), and more, in today's tour around the boroughs.
Scruffles are playing in the streets in Jackson Heights. Gays are scared for their Vespas in Chelsea. Some other group of people is turning in its Uzis in Clinton Hill. And everybody is reading our daily boroughs report.
Quick, someone bandage that bleeding Lady of Mercy in the Bronx, mourn the Purchase Building in Dumbo, and scold that greedy Long Island City sweatshop! So much to do in today's boroughs report!
Because we don't count Kabbalah as actual therapy. Plus, gossip on Brad Pitt, Heath Ledger, John Edwards, and Billy Joel in our daily column roundup.
Plus the Upper West Side gets "rods of falling water," and Flushing's Sky View Parc–condo dwellers get sludge-front property, in our daily neighborhood wrap-up.
You can find libido-enhancing maca in Jackson Heights, aspects of Frenchness in Boerum Hill and, speaking of French things, possibly filmmaker Michel Gondry in East Williamsburg. That and more in our head-choppingly wacky Bastille Day boroughs report.
America and friends come to Dumbo, Betsey Johnson sells her Village penthouse and moves uptown, and the hipsters still haven't taken over the Giglio Feast in W'burg. That and more in our daily boroughs report!
Bijou lounge hides beneath Merkato 55, and Le Pain Quotidien mobilizes staff for its big opening in Tribeca, in our daily neighborhood roundup.
The old Domino Sugar plant keeps its cool sign, the Village likely loses a theater save its façade, and the High Line gains its first bench! More wins and losses in today's boroughs report.
They're not too gentrified in Greenpoint to transcend the crummy G train, not too Ikea-fied in Red Hook to alienate Santogold, and not too cranky in Brooklyn Heights to bitch about smaller OJ cartons. So we're not too proud to say this: that and more in today's boroughs report!
Studio B is outdoing its sister bar, the Delancey, in the barbecue area.
East Harlem's incoming big-box mall, Rockaway's unexpected turn, Gramercy's strange tenements within a condo, and even more, in today's boroughs report.
Penny-pinchers (well, pickers) in Soho, possibly anger-based graffiti in Battery Park City, and the pitiable buyers at the Novo in Park Slope — that and more in today's boroughs report.