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Washington Heights »

The Hip-Hop Nutcracker returns to Washington Heights with rap legend, Kurtis Blow. 

Mott Haven »

Arlene Smith, lead singer of The Chantels, will perform at Pregones Theater on Oct. 28.

Port Morris »

Windows of Hip Hop has launched a fundraising campaign to raise $75,000 for an education tour.

Park Slope »

The full community board and City Council must approve the request for it to move forward.

Astoria »

The museum is working with the Hip-Hop Education Center on a series of documentary screenings.

Park Slope »

The underground rapper grew up on Degraw Street and often namechecked Park Slope in his music.

Crown Heights »

The 43-year-old Heltah Skeltah performer and Brownsville native died on Saturday, his record label said.

Williamsburg »

The pop-up exhibit will "celebrate the artistry and influence of Gucci Mane."

Claremont »

The musical booth opened on Tuesday by the subway at Southern Boulevard and 174th Street.

Morrisania »

The event will take place by the Freeman Street subway station on June 21 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Park Slope »

Robert Diaz, known as Pumpkinhead, grew up in Park Slope and attended P.S./M.S. 282.

High Bridge »

Deshawn Supreme, 24, has been rapping since he was about 10 years old.

East Village »

Shemrod Isaac was shot four times and killed in the Lillian Wald Houses, police said.

Bed-Stuy »

Siya wants to represent her Brooklyn roots as she returns to the reality show "Sisterhood of Hip Hop."

Morrisania »

A new Netflix series called "The Get Down" that focuses on New York in the 1970s will premiere in 2016.