The Howard Avenue coffee shop has a profit-sharing agreement with artists.
Sharon Saide, 57, began DJing after her daughter went off to college.
The owner of Shiree Records lives off Social Security and gets family help to keep his shop open.
The Restoration Rocks! music festival will choose two amateur artists to open the festival on Oct. 12.
Part of the legendary rap group that put Staten Island on the map, U-God still loves New York.
Rex Brown will perform famous songs, take questions and sign autographs at Sam Ash on W. 34th St.
Astoria resident Susan Stoderl's show "One Summer Day" will run at Trinity Lutheran Church Oct. 4 and 5.
The ex-frontman of The Police will perform a series of concerts at the Public Theater.
The Astoria Music Society is turning to online donations to keep its upcoming concert season intact.
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Afropunk Fest takes place on August 24 and 25 in Fort Greene’s Commodore Barry Park from noon to 9 p.m.
The festival is nine days long, supporting black-owned businesses.
The Cobble Hill children's center will soon leave their Smith Street studio.
Moscot, located at 159 Court St., hosts a summer music series at the shop's backyard.
Burn the midnight oil at one of these student-friendly spots Downtown.
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