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6 Things to Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

NYC culture and sailing are on offer this week.

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Girls Scouts Learn Video Game Programming to Tackle Male-Dominated Field

The weeklong program was held at the New York Hall of Science by the Girl Scouts.

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Never-Before-Seen Photos Shown as NYSCI Celebrates Its History

The iconic Queens science museum is digging through its archives for never-before-seen photos. 

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Science-Themed Mini Golf Course and Playground Opening for Spring

The two parks at the New York Hall of Science teach scientific principles like gravity and velocity.

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Summer Camp Fair Helps Kids Beat Winter Blues at NYSCI

The informational fair will feature various summer camp programs, from day to sleep-away.

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Build Your Own Rocket, Make Your Own Slime at New York Hall of Science

The weeklong exhibit features hands-on demonstrations and activities for kids.

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Recycled Wrapping Paper Gets New Life at NY Hall of Science Crafts Event

Make clothing, lights and more out of recycled material after Christmas.

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Get Out and Do This: Jewish Dancing, Gin Cocktails and Tenement Tales

Sit back and relax — DNAinfo New York has your week's activities planned.

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Junk Car Drive-In Theater Rolling Into Flushing Meadows Park

Guests can watch movies outside in junk cars, and also discuss old cars and old pastimes.

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New York Hall of Science Drops Admission Fee During US Open

NYSCI is waiving the admission fee through Sept. 9 to promote its new Arthur Ashe exhibit.

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High-Flying Tony Hawk Skateboarding Exhibit Rolling Into Queens Museum

A new exhibit co-produced by skateboarding legend Tony Hawk is coming to the New York Hall of Science.

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Family-Friendly New Year's Celebrations and Activities

Ring in the New Year with activities that will dazzle your family and kick off 2013. 

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New York Hall of Science Honors Young Corona Immigrant

Maria Taveras, 22, moved here from the Dominican Republic in 2006, and works as a science explainer.

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Inventors Gear Up For Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science

Artists, engineers, scientists and more will head to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park this weekend.

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Summer Sleepovers Give Midnight Peeks to New York's Best Attractions

Several museums and other sites offer overnight fun for children.

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