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Neighborhoods

The stoop has become a beloved and necessary outdoor space over recent months.
You have to respect any map that gives Korea Town and the Diamond District their due while also completely ignoring the likes of Manhattan Valley, Hudson Yards and Yorkville.
Someone saw a rat in Dumbo!
Can you find a DIAF on a neighborhood map? I think it's adjacent to Parkwanus.
Staten Island, Queens, and The Bronx are really underrepresented here, but there's also a lack of literary dots in Brooklyn.
At the very least, you can find out how marketers are talking about you behind your back.
Here's where New Yorkers complain the most about the worst odors.
East Harlem is doing very well for itself. Pelham needs some work.
Check out a map that illustrates the most common summertime complaints by neighborhood to the city's 311 non-emergency line.
The biggest change in demographics over the last decade in Brooklyn occurred in Bedford-Stuyvesant, where the white population grew six fold and the number of African-Americans dropped by 14.6%.
Give us your tourists. Give us ALL of your tourists.
Long Island City: So many syllables!
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