From the Black Panther party to the Kent State riots, activists relied on art to get their message out.
Go to an acrobat party, eat at the Boar’s Head Plant or hear a band at Northside Festival.
The home, located at 81 Hanson Pl., is the artist's current live/work space.
Juan Carlos Pinto first started the recycling art form in protest of the MTA fare hikes in 2002.
Richard Prince received vicious critiques on social media for his exhibit "New Portraits."
The bookstore will have more room for exhibitions and events.
Artistic Dreams International, an organization that gives free classes, will hold an auction on May 16.
Jeff Greenspan and Andrew Tider were issued summonses for being in the park after hours.
Work on the tunnel will begin on Monday and be completed by May 19, the DOT said.
ReNew Lots opened on Thursday with food and festivities, transforming a formerly blighted space.
An artist created a living room scene decorated with used furniture in the middle of Times Square.
Artists installed the bust illegally in Fort Greene Park and it's now being held at the 88th Precinct.
The Illuminator projected a hologram of Snowden where the city dismantled a sculpture the day before.
We took a look at the homes of three artists who've worked and lived in the same lofts for decades.
Listen to a National Poetry Slam champion, learn to long jump or see excerpts from three new plays.
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