DNAinfo's stories ranged from a shame campaign against dog scofflaws to the top laid-back rooftop bars.
The Queens Art Intervention will pay singers, dancers and musicians to perform outdoors on Sept. 20.
A tattoo that would typically cost hundreds of dollars is totally free at Josh Kil's tattoo parties.
The celebrated artist's family says the government is asking $66 million too much in taxes.
The new art in the back room of the bar will feature a giant lobster, a snowman and a purple octopus.
L. Nichols is building an interactive sculpture called "Spawn" at the Beam Center in Cobble Hill.
Bernette Rudolph, 84, has put out the welcome mat at her Third Street studio since 1985.
Gerard Basquiat spent the last 25 years of his life overseeing his late son's legacy.
TriBeCa artist Maria Yoon explores marriage in her film "Maria the Korean Bride."
Artists are heading down to the beach to create wild and fun sandcastles.
The galleries showcasing American paintings, sculpture and decorative arts opened in January 2012.
Artist James Leonard, who lives in Bed-Stuy, is deconstructing a boat as a statement on global warming.
Lifelong Bushwick resident Daniel Torres said Swerve Church will feature video sermons, hip hop and DJ's.
Susan Gardner, 71, created a complete mosaic design on the facade of her Wyckoff Street home.
The art fair features Bushwick artists to complement this year's "bohemia" theme.
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