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East Village »

What Happened in New York This Week: 5 Stories You Need to Read

DNAinfo's stories ranged from a shame campaign against dog scofflaws to the top laid-back rooftop bars.

Rego Park »

Artists, Musicians and Dancers Wanted for Outdoor Art Festival

The Queens Art Intervention will pay singers, dancers and musicians to perform outdoors on Sept. 20.

Bushwick »

Artist Doles Out Free Tattoos at House Parties

A tattoo that would typically cost hundreds of dollars is totally free at Josh Kil's tattoo parties.

Park Slope »

Jean-Michel Basquiat's Family Tells IRS His Art Is Overvalued

The celebrated artist's family says the government is asking $66 million too much in taxes.

Red Hook »

Sunny's Bar Mural to Show Red Hook's Otherworldly Side

The new art in the back room of the bar will feature a giant lobster, a snowman and a purple octopus.

Cobble Hill »

Red Hook Artist Grows Sculpture 'Organism' on Bergen Street

L. Nichols is building an interactive sculpture called "Spawn" at the Beam Center in Cobble Hill.

Park Slope »

Park Slope Art Tour Lets Public Peek Inside Artists' Studios

Bernette Rudolph, 84, has put out the welcome mat at her Third Street studio since 1985.

Boerum Hill »

Jean-Michel Basquiat's Dad Leaves Behind Son's Art, and Tax Problem

Gerard Basquiat spent the last 25 years of his life overseeing his late son's legacy.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Artist Marries 50 Men in 50 States in New Documentary

TriBeCa artist Maria Yoon explores marriage in her film "Maria the Korean Bride."

Rockaway Beach »

Artists to Compete in Sandcastle Contest on Rockaway Beach

Artists are heading down to the beach to create wild and fun sandcastles. 

Upper East Side »

Visits to Met's New American Galleries Hit 1 Million

The galleries showcasing American paintings, sculpture and decorative arts opened in January 2012.

Garment District »

Boat Transforms Into a 'Sea of Shavings' in Midtown Storefront

Artist James Leonard, who lives in Bed-Stuy, is deconstructing a boat as a statement on global warming.

Bushwick »

Bushwick Pastor Partners With High-Tech Megachurch to Draw New Residents

Lifelong Bushwick resident Daniel Torres said Swerve Church will feature video sermons, hip hop and DJ's.

Boerum Hill »

Artist Turns Boerum Hill Home Into Mosaic Artwork

Susan Gardner, 71, created a complete mosaic design on the facade of her Wyckoff Street home.

Bushwick »

'Bushwick Bohemia' Carves Slice of 'Hamptons Bohemia' Art Fair

The art fair features Bushwick artists to complement this year's "bohemia" theme.

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