The new Houston Hall is set to open this coming Friday in a former garage at 222 W. Houston St.
Streets were almost as crowded with traffic and people as any other day in the West Village Tuesday afternoon, but power was out virtually everything was closed.
The suspense has ended about Big Gay Ice Cream’s site for its second shop, after the company confirmed that a Twitter user found and photographed the correct vacant West Village storefront.
A bouncer working security in a West Village bar was credited in a published report with capturing a man who allegedly had just mugged a woman early Saturday.
A cup of coffee and the morning paper right beside traffic gridlock? It is indeed all part of a plan to socialize and beautify traffic islands near the Holland Tunnel.
It happened inside the subway station at 14th Street and 7th Avenue just after 6 p.m. Saturday. Police said the suspect stabbed a 28-year-old multiple times and then fled.
Michael Jones, of West Harrison, was in town visiting a friend in the West Village, the New York Post reported. Emergency responders found him laying in a pool of blood, with a severed left ear, and stab wounds to his neck and torso.
Approximately $127,000 worth of jewelry has been stolen from actress Julianne Moore’s Manhattan brownstone.
Police said the 58-year-old woman was riding her scooter on W. Houston Street in the West Village just before 9 a.m. As she crossed 6th Ave., she got caught in the rear wheels of the truck and dragged for two blocks.
Investigators searched the West Village apartment of Dr. Adam Levinson on Friday and said they found evidence that he had taken lewd photos of other unknowing victims.
It’s a happy ending to what could have been a sad tale for one Manhattan woman.
Last week, we brought you our top picks for cheap eats in the East Village. Across town, there are also affordable and delicious options when you’re watching your wallet, but not willing to lose out on flavor and quality.
Christopher Street in Manhattan is home to the Stonewall Inn and the 1969 riots there are largely viewed as a turning point in the struggle for gay rights.
Seven people fell into the water, the FDNY said. All of them have been rescued.
It’s been more than 40 years since the first Gay Pride March was held in New York City, and even the most visionary organizers of that protest march — commemorating the first anniversary of the Stonewall raid — could not have ever imagined what that single event would become.