DNAinfo New York rounded up the best ways to celebrate Halloween in the neighborhood.
Cosplayers and fans of comics, science fiction and more attended the convention at the Javits Center.
Marchers in the Dominican Parade made their way down 37th Avenue.
The exhibit celebrates Lady Gaga's new single, "G.U.Y."
The Village Halloween parade bounced back with zombies and versions of Bill de Blasio and his son.
Stephanie Interbartolo and Gina Raps want to make sure every Harlem kid has a costume this year.
Suzi Gerber's Bed-Stuy costume shop was denied a lease in Bushwick for being "too sexual," she said.
A Brooklyn professor creates impressive carnival couture for children, at low prices.
Costumed characters lead eager kids through St. John the Divine on a fantasy adventure.
"FURRY!," will show at Jack Theater through Saturday, April 27.
Cops said Robert Woods, 59, dressed as a construction worker to break into construction sites.
The parade of camels, costumed performers and colorful floats marched up Third Avenue Friday.
The 6th Annual African Day Parade drew hundreds of people to Malcolm X Boulevard.
More than 3 million spectators were expected to attend the 45th annual parade on Eastern Parkway.
Wee ninjas, doctors and bumblebees came to Greenwich Village Monday afternoon to march in the neighborhood's family-friendly annual Children's Halloween Parade.
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