The nightclub's owners claim that gentrification, and not the July murder on their premises, is to blame for their eviction.
More People Shot Outside Nightclubs Last Night; Should Vegetarians Have to Serve Meat at Their Weddings?
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Kobayashi won't face punishment for rushing the stage at the Coney Island hot-dog-eating contest.
A 34-year-old man was stabbed in the back last night following a scuffle outside Club Malibu (3395 Mission Street), according to the Appeal. This follows that guy shot in the head at Jelly's, a June shooting at El Rincon, and...
Plus, sexual abuse at a Lower East Side lounge.
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Video of a brawl outside of the Murray Hill burrito joint.
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The club had been on an informal probation for serving underage drinkers, among other violations.
An alleged hate crime at a Staten Island White Castle.
United Food and Commercial Workers are backing California's cannabis legalization proposal while Nicaraguan plaintiffs lose their last suit against the fruit giant.
The Top Chef winner doesn't have sufficient ID, while the business maven eats a lot on a recent trip.
One customer is injured at the Cypress Park taco classic while Christina Perri trades in an apron for appearances on national television.
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Cleveland lures its star player with promises of free booze, while a private investigator is considered for the missing woman arrested for not paying a bill at Geoffrey's.