"The Fence" is an outdoor photo exhibit that began in Brooklyn Bridge Park and now graces four cities.
From boozy brunch to a vegan pop-up, DNAinfo has your weekend covered.
A show at the Center for Architecture about female architects aims to be the first of many nationwide.
New vendors will be announced "very soon."
The new Tom Fruin sculpture is similar to DUMBO's iconic water tower at 20 Jay St.
Vendome Macaron launched a pop-up location on Smith Street that will stay open until March.
A dozen politicians urged the Economic Development Corporation to add two more ferry stops.
Staff reported "unusual movements" of the bridge, which was designed to be flexible and springy.
These dramatic units with sleeping lofts make efficient use of square footage.
Brooklyn Bridge Park Corp. unveiled 14 designs for two sites near Pier 6 at the waterfront park.
Organizers told a para-triathlon team they must take out insurance policies and hire expensive guides.
Throw back some drinks with spectacular river views at these waterfront bars.
The full-size roller skating rink will open at Pier 2 on Friday with a free three-hour session.
Bad weather put a damper on some July 4th activities, though skies were expected to clear by nighttime.
Fireworks fans looking to catch the Fourth of July show can find plenty of places to watch.
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