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Rosebank »

Michael Alan launched the fundraising effort to recover from a flash flood that destroyed his apartment.

Red Hook »

Vedat Ulgen uses the reclaimed containers as a work studio for his company, "ThisLexik."

Bed-Stuy »

Adel Souto walks for hours a day taking photos of the deserted rides.

Fort Greene »

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

Washington Heights »

Cornerstone Studios on Bennett Avenue will offer work space for up to eight artists.

Greenpoint »

Raimundo Rubio finds material for his artwork in the streets and parks of Greenpoint.

Crown Heights »

Otto Neals has created paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints and collages in Brooklyn since childhood.

East Village »

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

Rego Park »

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

Bushwick »

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

Park Slope »

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

Red Hook »

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

Cobble Hill »

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

Park Slope »

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

Boerum Hill »

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