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The neighborhood is expected to get its best views in years of the Macy's fireworks this Fourth of July.

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Take your family to Astoria Park Carnival or dance at an outdoor party at MoMA PS1 this weekend. 

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Hear good music, be helpful, save money. Win win win.

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The sculpture by artist Fanny Allié's is a reminder that a public bench is a "potential bed" for some.

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There are 11 stations planned for the neighborhood, where Citi Bike is set to launch this year.

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Himalayan Happy Hour and virtual reality music videos are on this week's agenda.

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Jimmy Van Bramer introduced a bill Tuesday that would require more public input for publicly-funded art.

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"COSMO," an irrigation system that can filter 3,000 gallons of water, will be installed in late June.

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The museum courtyard's latest exhibit, "Art Amnesty," invites artists to toss out their old works.

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Court Square Flea will debut Sept. 20 in a lot at 22-43 Jackson Ave. and feature roughly 40 vendors.

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The foodie haven holds the feasts and tournaments in the courtyard at MoMA PS1 every Sunday.

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An exhibit chronicling the past 20 years of the singer's career is launching at MoMA in March 2015.

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The weekend service stops at Socrates Sculpture Park, The Noguchi Museum, SculptureCenter and MoMA PS1.

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The ad will be displayed on posters and digital screens in the subway system, an MTA spokesman said.

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The structure, by architectural firm The Living, is the winner of this year's Young Architects Program.