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"There's been this euphoria to our return, and I think it's because for New Yorkers, Russ and Daughters is sort of a symbol of the spirit and resilience of our city and people."


The fight for the right to rename the intersection at Ludlow and Rivington as "Beastie Boys Square" is almost at an end.


Science-influenced artist Ani Liu became a parent shortly before the pandemic, and she channeled that experience into a new show called “Ecologies of Care.”


"These bodegas are facing the ultimate threat from these 15-minute delivery apps,” said Christopher Marte, the new City Council member for the Lower East Side.


The subterranean LES food hall is now fully reopened with more than 25 vendors.


The Brooklyn popup which started last summer now has a permanent home on the LES.


The organizer presented the event as a "September 11 Memorial" political rally, not a concert that would attract thousands of attendees, the Parks Department says.


A Parks Department spokesperson said, "This matter is actively being investigated as the permit application filed and agreement appear to have been violated—future permits are in jeopardy."


“There is climate change. That’s a fact. So we have to do something about it. But I don’t know why they have to take away the park.”


Residents are still fighting against a flood protection project that requires a rebuild of East River Park.