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Upper West Side »

DNAinfo New York rounded up the best ways to celebrate Halloween in the neighborhood. 

Midtown »

Cosplayers and fans of comics, science fiction and more attended the convention at the Javits Center.

Jackson Heights »

Marchers in the Dominican Parade made their way down 37th Avenue.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The exhibit celebrates Lady Gaga's new single, "G.U.Y."

Greenwich Village »

The Village Halloween parade bounced back with zombies and versions of Bill de Blasio and his son.

Central Harlem »

Stephanie Interbartolo and Gina Raps want to make sure every Harlem kid has a costume this year.

Bed-Stuy »

Suzi Gerber's Bed-Stuy costume shop was denied a lease in Bushwick for being "too sexual," she said.

Crown Heights »

A Brooklyn professor creates impressive carnival couture for children, at low prices.

Upper West Side »

Costumed characters lead eager kids through St. John the Divine on a fantasy adventure.

Fort Greene »

"FURRY!," will show at Jack Theater through Saturday, April 27.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Cops said Robert Woods, 59, dressed as a construction worker to break into construction sites.

East Harlem »

The parade of camels, costumed performers and colorful floats marched up Third Avenue Friday.

Central Harlem »

The 6th Annual African Day Parade drew hundreds of people to Malcolm X Boulevard.

Crown Heights »

More than 3 million spectators were expected to attend the 45th annual parade on Eastern Parkway.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Wee ninjas, doctors and bumblebees came to Greenwich Village Monday afternoon to march in the neighborhood's family-friendly annual Children's Halloween Parade.