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Morrisania »

Record a Track with One of Def Jam's First Artists in The Bronx on Sunday

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

Bushwick »

5 Things to Do in Your Brooklyn Neighborhood This Weekend

Go to an acrobat party, eat at the Boar’s Head Plant or hear a band at Northside Festival.

Midtown »

Stephen Colbert Announces New Bandleader for 'Late Show'

Louisiana-born musician Jon Batiste will take over as bandleader for the Late Show.

Fort Greene »

Afropunk Fest to Charge Admission for First Time Ever This Summer

Lenny Kravitz, Lauryn Hill and Grace Jones will headline the annual music festival in Fort Greene. 

Williamsburg »

How to Volunteer Your Way Into Every NYC Summer Festival

Hear good music, be helpful, save money. Win win win.

Upper West Side »

Underwear-Clad Music Duo Gains Exposure with Nearly Nude Performances

The Skivvies are playing one of their biggest gigs ever in Times Square this month.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

VIDEO: Parents and Students to Host Musical Jam Session at P.S. 51

Parent-musicians will join students for an open jam next month. 

Washington Heights »

Music-Focused Charter School Proposed for Northern Manhattan

The WHIN Music Program hopes to expand its reach by opening a K-5 elementary school.

Times Square & Theater District »

Beating Heart Sculpture Doubles as Valentine's Day Drum in Times Square

The interactive sculpture features six percussion instruments, including two drums.

Bed-Stuy »

MAP: Where to Celebrate Black History Month in Brooklyn

Celebrate Black History Month in Brooklyn with these February events and exhibits.

East Harlem »

School Choir Uses Music to Connect to Local Seniors

Central Park East Elementary School's choir showed off its talents at a local senior center.

West Village »

10 Unconventional Things to Do This New Year's Eve

Want some last-minute, alternative New Year's plans? We've got you covered.

East Flatbush »

Bobby Shmurda's Lawyer Claims Prosecutors 'Hate Rappers'

Defense attorney Howard Greenberg claimed police targeted his client because the government hates rap.

Long Island City »

Charter School Principal Uses Music to Help Students Learn

Every student at VOICE Charter School in Long Island City receives choral singing instruction.

Carroll Gardens »

Brooklyn Students Turn Afghan Women's Writing Into Song for Charity

Students are teaming up with a nonprofit for women writers in Afghanistan for the event.