The annual arts festival is now in its eighth year and includes galleries from Bed-Stuy to Ridgewood.
A show at The Red Lion on Bleecker Street aims to help a family uprooted by the blast.
The Children's Museum of Manhattan celebrates the city's jazz history with a new exhibit.
Alternative bands will play on Fulton Street each Friday night from July 11 through Aug. 29.
Laptops, home entertainment systems and video gear are among the items up for auction.
M.I.A., Haim and Metronomy are all playing New York this week.
The WHIN Music Project has raised more than $6,000 to fund its youth and afterschool programs uptown.
The New York Botanical Garden will host a wine festival on Saturday, May 3 and Sunday, May 4.
Vinyl Shops in Williamsburg and Greenpoint are gearing up for the seventh annual Record Store Day.
The fundraiser for a local dance studio and school will have a hairstylist on hand.
The group is only releasing a single copy of their new album, but fans have a solution.
City Councilman Mark Levine said he thinks New York City's hip-hop history should be celebrated.
DNAinfo New York rounded up the best summer camps around New York City for kids interested in music.
We asked you to tell us which street should be recognized as "Hip-Hop Boulevard."
Black Gold will host its eighth "Gold Dig" on Saturday with more than 3,000 records on sale.
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