11 Tigers, new East Village speakeasy, blends Thai and Japanese culture
11 Tigers is NYC's first-ever Speakeasy & Restaurant with a Thai heart and a Japanese soul, located in the heart of East Village.
New York City focusing on these 8 rodent-filled 'rat mitigation zones'
New York City plans to zero in on eight areas so full of vermin that the Department of Health has designated them "rat-mitigation zones."
East Village residents rally against 'corporate takeover' of apartments
Residents say a private equity firm Meadow Partners bought the buildings on East 11th and 12th streets and is aggressively displacing long-term tenants and hiking up rents.
NYPD responds to reports of armed suspect in East Village
An unknown suspect is accused of pointing a gun at police officers, the NYPD said.
Shots fired at NYPD vehicle in the East Village
Authorities say an unknown suspect opened fire on an occupied police vehicle in the East Village on Thursday evening.
The Dolly Llama Waffle Master opens in the East Village
What's better than a waffle? A waffle with ice cream. The 'Dolly Llama Waffle Master’ is now open in the East Village. Here's an inside look at the new dessert shop:
JASA: Seniors are using their golden years to tap into art
All of the art was compiled by a 55-and-over crowd, using their golden years to tap into their inner artist. It is putting a spotlight on an entire population often overlooked, undervalued and under-appreciated
Arrest made after 90-year-old NYC candy store owner brutally assaulted
Police arrested and charged a man in connection with the brutal assault of a 90-year-old Manhattan candy store owner.
90-year-old NYC candy store owner brutally assaulted
An elderly Manhattan store owner was knocked unconscious in a brutal attack right outside of his shop.
NY opens first legal recreational marijuana dispensary in Manhattan
New York is turning a new leaf. The first legal dispensary for recreational marijuana in the state is opening Thursday. It's called Housing Works Cannabis Co. and it's located in the East Village.
4 people busted for selling shrooms, laced candies out of NYC stores
Four people have been arrested following an investigation into the sale of psychedelic mushrooms, also known as "magic mushrooms", at two East Village stores, according to authorities.
Elderly man attacked while walking in East Village
A 69-year-old man was punched and kicked in an attack by two men while walking on the sidewalk in Manhattan’s East Village, police say.
NYPD addresses drug complaints at Tompkins Square Park
The NYPD held a meeting Thursday with East Village residents to address concerns about activity in Tompkins Square Park following a rash of complaints about both selling and using drugs in the area.
East Village community rallies around candy shop owner set to turn 90
The East Village community is raising money to make sure the owner of a beloved candy store set to turn 90 can stay in business as long as he likes.
Tompkins Square Park drug use out of control, neighbors say
Residents living near Tompkins Square Park in the East Village say it has become overrun with illicit drug use, prostitution, and more.
2 shot, 1 dead in shooting inside lobby of NYC housing complex
A gunman opened fire inside the lobby of a Manhattan public housing project in Manhattan leaving 1 man dead and another injured.
Dogs strut their stuff at Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade
This year marked the first time the parade was held in person since the COVID-19 pandemic began, following two years of parades held on Zoom.
Anna 'Delvey' Sorokin spotted in NYC wearing ankle monitor
Anna 'Delvey' Sorokin has been spotted on the streets of New York City after her release from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody.
Water at NYCHA complex is safe to drink: Mayor
The lab that conducted the initial tests that found arsenic in the water at the Jacob Riis Houses has allegedly admitted to introducing arsenic into the samples, causing the false results.
Iconic skateboarding bench stolen from Manhattan park to be returned
In a brazen night-time mission across state lines, a skate crew from Philly hauled a 300-pound bench out of Tompkins Square Park in Manhattan and brought it to a skate park at Temple University.