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Washington Heights »

Spoken Word Group Bringing Poetry Slams to Washington Heights

The group Word at 4F will host bi-monthly slams at local lounge Apt. 78.

Flatiron »

Towering Sculptures of Twisted Bronze to Rise in Madison Square Park

British artist Tony Gragg's series of bronze sculptures will be on display from Sept. 18 to Feb. 8.

Hudson Heights »

187th Street Steps Slated for Art Project Commemorating Revolutionary War

The design, known as a "road tattoo," will be installed in the next few weeks.

Lower East Side »

Gallery Show Features Photos of Sexy Redheaded Men

'RED HOT' is one of 30 shows in the third annual LES Opening Night Art + Fashion event.

Bushwick »

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

The weekend's most interesting events are here in one handy guide.

SoHo »

Free Lucky Charms and Frosted Flakes Coming to Artist's Pop-Up Cafe in SoHo

Artist Rachel Lee Hovnanian will give away free cereal at a pop-up Wi-Fi cafe in SoHo.

Flushing »

10-Year-Old Piano Prodigy to Peform at Flushing Town Hall

The Bejing-born Huang Tiange, who now lives in Brooklyn, made his debut at age 5.

TriBeCa »

Dance Company Builds High-Tech Studios and Performance Space in TriBeCa

Gibney Dance is opening studios featuring high-tech cameras, projectors and video editing equipment.

Lower East Side »

Street Artist Shepard Fairey Painting New Mural on LES

Los Angeles-based artist Shepard Fairey is taking part in the Little Italy Street Art Project.

Upper West Side »

Large Metal Dandelions to Spring from Upper West Side Block

A new public art project will feature flowers inspired by street signs on West 97th Street.

East Williamsburg »

Artist Studio Development to Echo East Williamsburg's Industrial Past

Architect Gene Kaufman wants the building to fit into the industrial setting.

Midtown »

Thieves Steal Dozens of the Odd DOT Signs That Have Mystified New Yorkers

Forty of the 50 conceptual street signs, featuring skulls and coat hangers, have been swiped.

Navy Yard »

Brooklyn Navy Yard Mural Shows GPS-Tracked Movements of Workers

The lines of the mural represent the routes of people who work on the historic Navy Yard's grounds.

Lower East Side »

First Look Inside Max Fish's New Bar, Opening This Weekend

The new Max Fish features several relics from the old location, including a cigarette-shaped light.

East Village »

5 Places for You to Find Peace and Quiet in New York City

New Yorkers can get away from the hustle and bustle without ever leaving the city.

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