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Bed-Stuy »

Kick Back with Free Outdoor Jazz Concerts at Bed-Stuy's Restoration Plaza

The Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium brings a variety of artists to perform through the end of August.

Claremont »

See a 10-Year-Old Jazz Prodigy Perform for Free in Crotona Park on Friday

Kojo Odu Roney has been playing the drums since he was a toddler.

Claremont »

'Boogie Down Booth' Returns to South Bronx

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

Red Hook »

18 Things to Do This Week in New York City's Neighborhoods

Enjoy wage-gap drinking, "Jurassic Park" in the park and raw chocolate-bar making this week.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

New Design for Parkside Plaza to Be Unveiled This Weekend

The makeover for the space outside the Parkside train station will include tables, chairs and plantings.

Flatiron »

Get Free Burger & Lobster Mini Burgers During Lunchtime on Friday

The restaurant will hand out about a thousand free mini burgers between noon and 2 p.m. Friday.

West Village »

New French Restaurant To Serve Up 'Nymph Thighs,' Petanque and Foosball

La Gauloise offers classic French fare including frogs legs, escargot and bone marrow, the owner said.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

Red Hook Jazz Festival Returns to Community Garden in June

The eighth-annual Red Hook Jazz Fest is slated for June 14 and 21.

Inwood »

Uptown Celebrates First Women in Latin Jazz Festival

Inwood resident and jazz musician Annette Aguilar organized the four-show event.

Morrisania »

Bronx to Honor Local Jazz Legend Bertha Hope with Tribute Concert

The concert will take place on Sunday, Oct. 26 at 4 p.m. on 1110 Boston Rd.

Morrisania »

Community Board Approves Naming Roads After Jazz Legend, Community Advocate

The board voted on Tuesday to co-name streets after Henry "Red" Allen and Dave Reid Jr.

Jamaica »

Check Out Live Jazz Concerts at the Jamaica AirTrain

The AirTrain Jazz Festival is slated to start this Thursday, near the Air Bar.

West Harlem »

Local Filmmakers Shine in Harlem International Movie Festival

The festival begins Wednesday with the U.S. premier of a film about the life and legacy of Desmond Tutu.

East Village »

Korean Fried Chicken Joint Known for Its Records to Reopen After Fire

Mono+Mono fried chicken will bring its huge record collection back to East 4th Street, a manager said.

Flushing »

10-Year-Old Piano Prodigy to Peform at Flushing Town Hall

The Bejing-born Huang Tiange, who now lives in Brooklyn, made his debut at age 5.