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Clinton Hill »

Dwindling Congregation and Money Woes Force 140-Year-Old Church to Close

St. Luke's Lutheran Church and Academy will close this summer, church officials announced.

DUMBO »

Lifelong Brooklyn Resident Shows 70 Years of Family Photos in New Exhibit

Jerry Vezzuso's exhibit shows the passage of time through the lens of one Brooklyn family.

Washington Heights »

Celebrate George Washington's Birthday by Learning to Write With a Quill

Morris-Jumel Mansion is throwing a free neighborhood bash this weekend with quill lessons and dress-up.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Photo Exhibit Highlights Neighborhood Murals

The exhibit, in the Bedford Library at 496 Franklin Ave., features murals from across Bed-Stuy.

Long Island City »

Queens Library Putting Borough's Past on the Map With Residents' Old Pics

Queens Library is partnering with Historypin to create a map with historical photos of the borough.

Carnegie Hill »

Stairway Adorned with 'Heavenly Quotes' Unveiled at City Museum

A MCNY staircase has been adorned with quotes and images about the city's history.

Travis »

Murder Book Looks at Historic Killings on Staten Island

"Murder and Mayhem on Staten Island" details 12 grisly killings from pre-World War II Staten Island.

St. George »

Staten Island Museum Receives $500K Grant

The museum will use the money to support upcoming exhibits, including "Return of the Mastodon."

East Flatbush »

Cop Who Shot Her Baby Could Be First Case in New York, Experts Say

Experts said Rosette Samuel could be the first mom in New York City to have killed her child with a gun.

Carnegie Hill »

Stephen Burrows' Disco Designs on Display at Museum of the City of New York

Stephen Burrows' fanciful fabrics are the subject of a new exhibition at the 1220 Fifth Ave. museum.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Tour Shows Off Hell's Kitchen's Irish Heritage

A tour on Saturday will shed light on the neighborhood's Irish history.

Carroll Gardens »

The Bridges of Kings County: Friends Share a Passion for Trestles

Artist Antonio Masi and writer Joan Marans Dim will present their work on the city's bridges.

Lower East Side »

LES Exhibit Resurrects 100 Years of NYC Shop Life

The Tenement Museum's "Shop Life" exhibition opened Monday.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn Trolley Tours Teach History, Architecture and Pride

On Saturdays an old-fashioned trolley will tote passengers along a mapped route of Downtown Brooklyn.

South Street Seaport »

Nearly Four Centuries of NYPD History Revealed in New Book

"New York City Police" looks back on how the NYPD got its start dating back to Dutch colonial times.

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