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Bed-Stuy »

C'mon Everybody will host local theater, dance parties, live DJs, new artists and monthly bingo nights.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Nights, a watering hole set to open by the summer, is the pet project of Claud Fatu.

Upper West Side »

A Mexican restaurant from the owners of 5 Napkin Burger will take over the former Citrus space.

Bushwick »

The music venue had to cancel all of its planned CMJ performances amid a court fight with its landlord.

East Harlem »

From pig roasts to farm festivals to block parties, there is plenty going on in East Harlem.

Rego Park »

The neighborhood is attracting new residents, but lacks places to hang out.

Fort Greene »

The festival, based in Fort Greene since 2005, also may expand to Oakland.

Prospect Heights »

The outdoor festival will have 45 vendors, firebreathers, live music and an all-pepper farmers market.

East Village »

The third annual Harvest Festival will take place in the East Village this weekend.

Union Square »

Tom Petty and others are playing live in New York City this week.

Jamaica »

Jamaica Arts and Music Summer Festival will take place in Rufus King Park and along Jamaica Avenue.

Upper West Side »

Owners of the 13-year-old dive bar, closing on July 31, said they are looking for a new location.

Astoria »

The Astoria performance venue will be hosting events at Tantra Lounge Sunday through Wednesday.

Lincoln Square »

It's a big music week in NYC, with Seegerfest, Mobb Deep and Neutral Milk Hotel.

Boerum Hill »

Inspired by the building's hideous past, owners called the new restaurant "Ugly Duckling."