It took five tries, but Once Upon a Tart got the OK from Community Board 2 for its application.
ArtCondo wants to buy space in Mott Haven to build studios, a gallery and green roof.
More than 40 pieces donated by Lower East Side artists and galleries will be up for auction on Dec. 14.
Tom Fruin, creator of DUMBO's famed Watertower atop 20 Jay St., will also unveil his latest piece.
The creators of Global Square want artists and neighbors to see what will be a theater, gallery and bar.
At least 30 portraits will be exhibited on Washington and Franklin avenues.
First Street Green is looking for six to eight murals to install in mid-September.
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.
Local Project is looking to raise $6,100 to help pay the rent at its Queens headquarters.
The annual arts festival is now in its eighth year and includes galleries from Bed-Stuy to Ridgewood.
More than 100 works by public elementary school students are on display through June.
Tenants of a Red Hook building are suing their landlord and fighting to pay lower rents.
Recession Art will host multimedia programs and an art exhibition at 47 Bergen St. this month.
Construction will begin at 80 Richards St. next month, representatives for building owners say.
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