New Yorkers can get away from the hustle and bustle without ever leaving the city.
Andy Golub plans to stage his largest body-painting exhibition yet on Saturday.
The mural will be painted at PS/IS 116 William C. Hughley in Jamaica.
Khaled Jarrar participated in a Skype panel because he couldn't get to New York.
Murals of Ruth and Gehrig were painted on Monday, and a mural of Derek Jeter will join them on Saturday.
Artists in the neighborhood will be opening their studios to the public in October.
Five goats are grazing a 6,000-square-foot pasture near the Manhattan Bridge to make way for condos.
There are several developments and projects taking shape near BAM.
Whether it's biking, hiking or baseball, Governors Island has plenty of ways to get your heart rate up.
Photographer George Grubb transformed the city into an urban jungle to promote wildlife conservation.
The art fair at Fulton Park in Bed-Stuy celebrates African heritage and culture.
A new 7-Eleven, an Australian-style cafe and a doughnut-selling deli are among new openings.
The show at a renovated carriage house features more than 150 works by contemporary artists.
Artist William Snyder III's Rwandan aid nonprofit had its status rescinded by the IRS in 2012.
Two large paintings from Christina Blaabjerg are on the hospital's first floor.
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