Suspicious Backpack Found In NoLIta Turns Out To Be Full Of ClothesSubway service was disrupted on multiple lines Tuesday night due to a suspicious backpack that was found in NoLIta, but the backpack just had clothes in it.
NYPD Seeks Help Identifying Suspect In Manhattan Burglary PatternPolice say the suspect has been involved in six burglaries from November through March.
Lower Manhattan Business Owners On High Alert After String Of Armed RobberiesThe suspects have struck at least seven stores since late January. Police said the robbers target high-end businesses including Bond Street Chocolate, a cosmetic shop on Spring Street, an art gallery and clothing store on Mott Street.
Police Release Video In Suspected Downtown Manhattan Store Robbery SpreePolice on Monday released a surveillance video in the robbery of a NoLIta wine store – one of several robberies in Lower Manhattan that police believe are connected.
Police Probe If Knife-Point Robbery At NoLIta Store Is Connected To OthersInvestigators said a man robbed Wine Therapy on Elizabeth Street at knife-point around 9:30 p.m. Friday.
Van Strikes, Kills Woman In NoLItaA woman was struck and killed by a van Thursday in NoLIta.
Events Held Across Tri-State Area For Banned Books WeekThis week has marked Banned Books Week across the country, and readings and discussions have been held and planned across the Tri-State Area to highlight what organizers call the freedom to read.
NYC's 5 Best Places To Get Dessert For DinnerOne of the great pleasures of adulthood has been discovering restaurants that serve dessert for dinner. The restaurants that follow don’t relegate confections to meal’s end—they give the sweet stuff center stage, letting it shine via unusual ingredients and combinations.
Food Trucks SweeteryNYC, Korilla BBQ Serving Free Food For Rest Of The WeekTwo of New York City's favorite food trucks will be serving up free fare for the next three days in downtown Manhattan.
NYC Lets San Gennaro Festival Run Its Full CourseThe Community Board and high-end boutique owners wanted the festival scaled back by three blocks because of noise, crowds and smells.
Critics Still Want San Gennaro Feast Cut Short"It killed our business pretty much for two weeks out of the summer, which should be our busiest time," Emily Snell, of the Paul Frank Store, said. "It’s unfortunate for business owners around this area."
Annual Italian Festival Dividing CommunityThe annual San Gennaro Festival runs for 11 days through Little Italy and Nolita and an estimated 1 million people attend the feast every year. Despite the festival’s popularity, some residents call it a nightmare.