The weekend's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.
"High Five New York" is Crown Heights resident Meir Kalmanson's second viral video made in the city.
The US Open truck will give away food next week at Bryant Park, Madison Square Park and Union Square.
Modeled after Chipotle, the restaurant lets diners choose between rolls, bowls, buns and burgers.
Free movie screenings take place on the park's lawn every Monday at 5 p.m. through Aug. 18.
Miss USA Nia Sanchez toured Midtown with Miss Universe and Miss Teen USA Monday afternoon.
The crash left the victim in a coma with a fractured skull, fighting for his life, authorities say.
A pair of 15-foot-tall horse heads will be displayed at the park from March 21 to April 22.
A man suffered a cardiac arrest after he was a hit by an M train, officials said.
Wi-Fi will also be coming to the subway in Grand Central, Herald Square and Bryant Park.
The city is filled with events and restaurant deals as the Seahawks prepare to face off with the Broncos.
The exhibition game was a precursor to the first-ever hockey matches to be held at Yankee Stadium.
A 44-year-old man was killed when the SUV he was driving crashed on Sixth Avenue, police said.
The flash mobs usually take up three subway cars, the organizer said.
Whole Foods will open a two-level market in 1095 Sixth Ave., according to a spokesman and reports.
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