An unnamed applicant wants a liquor license for the double storefront just vacated by a kosher pizzeria.

Bar Applicants: Comfort Diner and a Venue TBD for Shalom Chai

There’s some big news for Grand Street on the upcoming agenda for Community Board 3′s liquor licensing subcommittee. …

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The north side of Delancey Street, above the Williamsburg Bridge entrance.

Look for more stormy weather today, with showers, thunderstorms and gusty winds, and a …

168 Suffolk St.

168 Suffolk St. Sells for $5 Million

It’s a “repositioning opportunity” for a boutique real estate firm. …

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Follow-up: Bus Driver William Pena’s Accused Killer to Stand Trial

Dominic Whilby faces multiple charges in the February wreck. …

Robert LaValva, founder of the New Amsterdam Market

New Amsterdam Market Calls it Quits (Updated 7/15)

The June 21 market was the last event, founder Robert LaValva said today. …

Morning Reads: Gambling Den Buyer, Bus Stop Shutterbug, Gallery Closure

The previously undisclosed buyer of the East Broadway building siezed in a 2012 gambling raid and sold at auction in March turns out to be …

A preview of tomorrow's action at Coleman Skatepark under the Manhattan Bridge.

Manhattan’s Best Skateboarders Compete on the LES

A citywide competition kicks off at Coleman Skatepark tomorrow at noon. …

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Feed Me A Story: Carmelo’s Sorullitos

We are posting a weekly video installment from “Feed Me a Story,” the project created by multimedia artists Theresa Loong and Laura Nova that was featured …

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Essex Crossing Park to Have Play Area, Native Plantings, Abundant Seating

After community feedback, plans for the park on Broome Street are moving toward completion. …

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Planned for Madison Street: A Microbrewery

Chinatown, now trending: A small brewpub is in the works at 116 Madison St., while another new restaurant eyes a space just down the block. …

Back on Orchard Street: Spur Tree's fish tacos.

LES Bites: Spur Tree Relocates, El Sombrero Renovates, Pop-ups, Fresh Veggie Options

Catching up on the restaurant and nightlife news around the neighborhood. …

Morning Reads: 1928 Library Notice, Art Exhibit of Subway Ads, Tenants and Landlords

An overdue library book notice from 1928, unearthed on Orchard Street, is now on display at the Tenement Museum. (Gothamist)

Decaying subway advertisements as art, …

Architectural drawings for the renovation of 399 Grand St., the former Noah's Ark Deli.

Comfort Diner Begins Construction, Plans Labor Day Opening

Any minute now, the demolition of the old Noah’s Ark Deli and the construction of the new Comfort Diner will begin. …

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Russ & Daughters Publicist’s Instagram Lands American Apparel Exec in Trouble

The social media spotlight shines on a messy legal battle playing out at American Apparel. …

Morning Reads: Stalled Orchard Hotel, NYCHA Funding, Street Art Tours, Clinton Street Retail

A court decision means forward movement for the long-stalled boutique hotel at 139 Orchard St. (The Real Deal)

Now being marketed to tourists: Walking tours …