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Lower East Side »

Several events are happening this weekend, including free movie screenings, festivals and a water fight.

Lower East Side »

Most dogs are happy with a bone. Pickle the French bulldog prefers gallery hopping in the city.

Upper West Side »

From the Black Panther party to the Kent State riots, activists relied on art to get their message out.

Bushwick »

Go to an acrobat party, eat at the Boar’s Head Plant or hear a band at Northside Festival.

Fort Greene »

The home, located at 81 Hanson Pl., is the artist's current live/work space.

Flatbush »

Juan Carlos Pinto first started the recycling art form in protest of the MTA fare hikes in 2002.

Randall's Island »

Richard Prince received vicious critiques on social media for his exhibit "New Portraits."

Chelsea »

The bookstore will have more room for exhibitions and events.

West Harlem »

Artistic Dreams International, an organization that gives free classes, will hold an auction on May 16.

Fort Greene »

Jeff Greenspan and Andrew Tider were issued summonses for being in the park after hours.

Fort George »

Work on the tunnel will begin on Monday and be completed by May 19, the DOT said.

East New York »

ReNew Lots opened on Thursday with food and festivities, transforming a formerly blighted space.

Times Square & Theater District »

An artist created a living room scene decorated with used furniture in the middle of Times Square.

Fort Greene »

Artists installed the bust illegally in Fort Greene Park and it's now being held at the 88th Precinct.

Fort Greene »

The Illuminator projected a hologram of Snowden where the city dismantled a sculpture the day before.